Universal Face Theory: A Theory of Happiness by Susheel Kamotra presents a unique and innovative concept that can help individuals and communities understand why they exist, and be imbued with the drive to create laws, a way of life, and an environment that favors the happiness of each of its members. Here is a book that draws inspiration from traditional wisdom, science, religion, and faith to offer readers answers to the not-so-often asked question: “Who am I?” In this book, the author contends that the path to personal happiness lies in the understanding of who we are, and this is intrinsically linked to where we come from, and the author offers insights and tools that allow individuals to attain self-realization, develop a keener self-awareness, and take control of their happiness.
This is a work of great depth and the author combines knowledge from Eastern philosophy and Western thought with science to deal with crucial issues affecting contemporary civilization, touching on modern economics, spirituality, and culture. Most interesting is how Susheel Kamotra explores the power of now, unveiling secrets that will help readers gain empowerment and connect with what makes them come alive. Readers will be enthused by the author’s style, and although this book is about a very complex idea, the writing is highly accessible and it flows with confidence, a sign that the author has done their homework thoroughly. The book is written in a conversational, popular style that brings in the author’s personal experiences, enlightening stories, and wisdom garnered over the ages. Universal Face Theory: A Theory of Happiness is a book that will change the way we look at ourselves and the way we relate to the universe and with others. It is a groundbreaking work that teaches everything one needs to attain happiness and inner freedom. Highly recommended!
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Knowing the self has intrigued human beings eternally. Attainment of holy grail leads to pursue religion, spiritual, scientific and philosophical means. Self-realisation and self-actualisation is a blessed state. In this book, Susheel has come up with a novel concept of Universal face theory. Author has researched the topic very well and has revealed various means of self-realisation. The I- Chart concept makes interesting reading and maybe means of unraveling and integrating medical knowledge with different chakras of the body. Amalgamation of medical facts with universal face theory will be a step to attain the holy grail of self-realisation.
I am sure this innovative work of Susheel will bring a lot of peace, happiness & bliss to human beings.
Brig Narendra kotwal, VSM
MD( Med), DNB, MNAMS, M Phil, DM (Endocrinology)
The search for happiness often ends within oneself! In the old story Lord Narayana wanting the get a break from his followers asks Narda where should he hide so that no one can find him. Narada tells him to go inside his devotee's heart as they will look for Him everywhere but inside their own heart. Similarly, our quest for enlightenment often starts with a simple question who am I but to get to the answer; there are so many roads a man travels to get to the answer.
In his book, Susheel has explored many angles each one trying not only to explain above but also share his own first-hand experience and influences which have been shaping his own thinking on above. Eventually leading to weaving a common thread in what he would like to define as "Universal Face Theory" as the pursuit of one's own self-discovery and happiness. To quote Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, a question mark (?) when stretched becomes an exclamation mark (!), the wow we are all looking for. This book will provoke you to develop your own question marks prompting you to understand these connections and hopefully initiate you towards a journey to finding your own Wows !!
Vikram Gupta, Art of Living Teacher, Toronto, Canada.
As the saying goes in Cricket.... "catches win matches." Through his book, Susheel has proved beyond doubt how good still he is in catching; like he used to be as our college cricket team's successful captain in winning tournaments at PEC, Chandigarh. This time he has caught a much-wanted happiness idea from the outer space and crafted a blend out of his experiences in life. This will open new channels and opportunities for making the ordinary people aware of their understanding in pursuit towards self-realization and happiness. Whether we play the one-day match or life innings, the trophy, what our captain defines in his book as Chalice of Life, that Mother Nature has built in us remains with us at all times. This awareness by itself brings a lot of inner joy and happiness. Thus it does not matter whether we win or lose on our action path. Give your 100%. What a great idea!
An increase in the happiness index to GDP inevitably makes a country great. I would recommend all to see the videos, the documentary film and read this book.
Gurdip S. Bakshi, Ph.D.
Dean's Professor of Finance,
Department of Finance, Smith Business School,
University of Maryland, USA.
Innovative, practical and as simple as it could be, after watching the videos!
Understanding self-realization, freedom and happiness is made easy with this book.
Achieving self-realisation is a personal journey, and it has always been a challenge to many including teachers. The videos give clarity to many questions, and the integrated I-chart makes the understanding of connections in different religious philosophies, sciences, and project management simple. Susheel has covered quite diverse relevant topics from education to creating jobs and most importantly it is to spread awareness amongst the masses through the school system in young children to develop them into moral, conscious human beings. A great noble cause, that needs support of all educational institutions.
Prof. Dr. Suresh K Dhameja, Ph.D.,
Dean, Academics and International Affairs,
Head, Department of Entrepreneurship Development and Industrial Coordination,
Head, Department of Information Management and Coordination
National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR)
(Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India)