Do you sometimes reflect that despite all the professional successes and fortunes of the material world, something is missing in your life?

Do you have a sense that your overall wellbeing and health is unsatisfactory, and yet you do not know how to address it at a fundamental level?

With many such questions on his mind, the author, an extremely successful global business leader chanced upon a meditation technique in an attempt to alleviate stress. Though an unusual customer for such a seemingly new-age approach, it turned out to be a life changing experience for him. Not only did he achieve his goal of experiencing immense relief from stress, the process also awakened him to the fundamental principles of life and existence.

Besides unleashing the mind in several completely unimaginable ways, reading this book can lead you to finding that seemingly elusive balance and meaning in life, usually missing in today’s extremely stressful lifestyle and demanding professional environment.
the equanimous mindRs. 295              228 pages
ISBN: 978-93-81320-03-7
Manish Chopra

Manish Chopra is a partner at a global management consulting firm, where he advises CEOs, senior executives, and government officials on strategy topics.

He grew up in India and attended college at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi before completing his masters and PhD from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Manish recently moved to Asia having spent over a decade in the US and is now based in Singapore. He loves to travel and is a keen squash and bridge player.

This book chronicles his first ten-day Vipassana meditation camp experience at the end of 2010 and the life-changing impact it has had on him.

Vipassana is the technique that Siddartha Gautama (The Buddha) rediscovered and used to achieve enlightenment over two millennia ago.

Vipassana is being revived by Guruji Satya Narayan Goenka and his Sahayak Acharyas (conducting teachers) around the world.

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