We can each radiate unconditional love. We dont even need to create it we are love. But the flow of love is blocked in moments of hurt, blame, anger, criticism, competition or insecurity. These emotions have dominated our emotional space, and hardly enable us to feel our own love. So today, we rely on someone else to love us. This book teaches us to think right, enable self-love, feel it and extend it to other people. The central message here is that love is not out there, but within us. A spectrum of emotions like attachment, expectations, hurt, worry, stress, fear or anger, which we use in the pretext of love, are analysed. The conversations also explore the fact that the parent-child relationship is not challenging it does not need to be. As you free yourself from judgments and expectations, as you start thinking right for people, and as you accept people for who they are, you become a radiator of unconditional love. You are one decision away from vibrating at a frequency of love by not needing love or giving love but just by Being Love.
Sister BK Shivani is a practitioner of Raj Yoga meditation of the Brahma Kumaris since 1996. She presents a logical and comfortable way of ingraining spiritual principles in daily life. Travelling all over the world, she shares her wisdom on themes such as meditation, emotional wellness, relationships and leadership. She is an honouree of the Nari Shakti Puraskar, conferred by the Government of India in March 2019 for her role in transforming human behaviour. She has been appointed as a Goodwill Ambassador by the World Psychiatric Association. Suresh Oberoi is an internationally recognized film actor, with over 250 films to his credit. He has excelled in all genres of the medium and has received the National Film Award in 1982. He is a keen explorer of spirituality and has been spreading it through many different platforms. With a deep desire to reach out to the world, he has launched several humanitarian initiatives. He has been appointed as a Goodwill Ambassador by the World Psychiatric Association.