Book Review : A Piece of Peace

A book by Sweta Srivastava Vikram!
The perfect parcel of potions that one can sip on one page at a time and let the magic gradually transpire.

We inherently try to retain our emotions and thoughts. In the process, all remain in a hoard within ourselves while we continue to pursue massing it. Eventually, this affair summons the need for mindfulness, self-connection, and revival.

Book front cover Book back cover

Click HERE to buy the book

That is when "A Piece of Peace" on the bedside nook can serve as our rescue parcel! One can read a chapter from the book and instantly connect with her ingrained emotions. To be able to understand and be cognizant of them.

Sweta Vikram's book is the perfect parcel of potions that one can sip on one page at a time and let the magic gradually transpire! Even so, you will be entirely surprised to find numerous familiar and relevant questions answered throughout the book.

We had to mention below some of the questions she answered in her book, like
  • How has gratitude helped me stay alive and heal?
  • How does what you eat impact your mood and creativity?
  • Why is writing a form of meditation?
  • How to overcome Writer's block in 5 simple steps?
  • How to use Ayurveda to listen to our body's signals?
  • How mindfulness and discipline can help during the times of the Coronavirus?

Sweta Srivastava Vikram is a survivor of chronic illness. This book is the narration of her journey to recovery. Her wisdom and tips shine throughout the book, which can help someone flee her entrenched emotions and take a different course in life. A resilient path to recuperation!

Her discussion of eminent topics, such as Yoga, Ayurveda, and the pandemic survival kit, loudly proclaims their essence in healing. She meticulously writes about their part-play in her life's journey.

This book undoubtedly is a thorough narration of Sweta's conquest! Read along and let your life take a different course.

By: Quotidian Tales

This article and the opinions expressed in it are personal opinions. It is not meant for imposing specific views or endorsing a particular way of life. Also please do ignore any errors or omissions that you might come across. We pledge to learn from them. Happy viewing.


Post a Comment

Popular Posts

My strands of American Childhood

Live to Learn or Learn to Live…

Zulay Kitchen