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  • Release Date: January 2022
  • Author : Niithya Shanti With Nandini Sen Mehra
  • Publisher : Penguin Random House
  • ISBN: 9780143454434
  • Price: Rs. 299/-
  • Category: Non-fiction/Self-Help & Personal Development/Mind, Body, Spirit
  • Language : English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Extent: 224 Pages 


A simple and easily digestible way to spiritual awareness and growth
that begins with the idea of unravelling and letting go, Unburden is your
companion for now and the days to come. It helps you shed what no longer
serves you. A book that works as a catalyst to stand back, slow down and
soul-search. And, when we deep dive and introspect we get access to a
dimension of freedom and power to build a wholesome life. This is
something that we can learn. It is actually learning how to unlearn! That is
what this book is about.


Nithya Shanti is an internationally acclaimed facilitator, coach and
storyteller. He is a fellow traveller who teaches by example a way of being
that is profound yet playful. It is not easy to categorise these teachings as
belonging exclusively to any one tradition. They are about awakening a love
for wisdom and realising the wisdom of love. Nithya’s approach is
integrative as he synthesises learnings from many sources – ancient,
contemporary as well as from his own inner guidance. The aim of these
teachings and offerings is self-realisation and self-actualisation. We could
say they are about waking up, growing up, cleaning up, and showing up.
Nithya shares things that are not just inspirational but also
transformational. They can lead to significant shifts in perception and
quality of life. As we joyfully apply these learnings in the midst of our day to
day trials and responsibilities we begin to find a happiness for no reason
and a freedom that is unconditional. In the process we also discover the
power and blessing of conscious community.

Nandini Sen Mehra has graduated in English Literature from Loreto
College, Kolkata. She has worked in communications across India, the
United States, Australia and Singapore, where she now lives with her
husband Asheesh, and their two young children. Nandini has recently been
awarded the Reuel International Poetry Prize, 2020, for Best Upcoming Poet.
In nature, Nandini finds her greatest teacher and inspiration.

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