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Book review: Vipin Gupta on the power of managing science of everything
Trans World Features | @twfindia | 11 Dec 2020
Book review: Vipin Gupta on the power of managing science of everything
In his book ‘What is Divine Energy’, Vipin Gupta investigates the quintessential questions about how to manage life joyfully.

Are you a scholar or a science enthusiast who is constantly pondering upon new questions? Who we really are? From where we came, or to where we go, after we die?

 

How can a cell be so perfectly created with the nuclear and genetic material that it contains?

 

Or, who is the creator of this planet that we call ‘Earth’ and also the universe? Is it God or is it the Big Bang which was in play?
 

But somehow your questions remain unanswered when binding yourself to the paths, predetermined, by the ‘scientists’ of the ‘Modern world’, who  deny the role of the Mother nature as a Supreme being controlling everything that is going on in around them, when they themselves are the part of such a great creation called Nature.

 

If you think deeply, you will find an answer that when you look at the world through the eyes of a philosopher, everything becomes so clear.

 

‘What is Divine Energy?’ helps you to acquire the right frame of mind for deep dives into the world of ours, so much unexplored by the orthodox ways of the scientists, and makes you think more clearly, providing a holistic view of the universe.

 

It takes into account all the phenomena occurring in the universe and dissects them to be viewed, under the microscope of philosophy, through the various lenses on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology, so that you, yourself can take up the duty of managing your life in your hands.

 

The book is written in lucid language and has been divided into various chapters, making the reader more and more aware of the world around them, and about all the changes that have been occurring around them, as they are reading through the book.

 

The book throws light, both upon something as significant as the ‘Supreme’ deity, as we know Him or Her in our day to day life, in their various forms and figures and, also upon, an entity as microscopic as a bacterium, and breaks our misconceptions regarding them.

 

The book not only teaches the readers about the various roles and functions of the different entities present in and around them, but also provides a solution to its readers to manage their roles in their life.

 

The book connecting all the realms of ‘Life’, is a must read as it investigates everything in a scientific manner, though not also ignoring the Indian cultural thoughts and values.

 

The book imparts the sacred knowledge of one’s own innate potential, helping one tap into one’s own innate fountain of enormous vital-life energy, which is yet to be discovered by all of us and unfurl our wings for a long flight towards our maximum-potential and liberation.

 

(Reviewed by Sayantani Sengupta)