Book Review: Ramayana – Stolen Hope: Shubha Vilas

Ramayana, The Game of Life – Stolen Hope by Shubha Vilas is about extreme dishonesty, adore, egotistical supremacy and unfathomable commitment and is a hymn to Ramayana which has to be consciously understood as true common purpose in which everything has a value that can be understood to be considered which are as noticeable as the imperceptible words and actions, as the thoughts and intentions.

The author presents a study of the stages of the construction of the personality of Rama in the wicked labyrinths of Dandakaranya jungle, where Rama’s uprightness, Lakshmana’s trustworthiness and Sita’s fortitude echo our individual sagacity of morals and opinion in tricky times.

The book describe mechanisms that unconsciously are involved in any relationship, or potential, such as entanglement, a phenomenon which is recognized by quantum physics, which involves two or more entities and that is manifested through communication and a conditioning.

The book is a new way of thinking about any relationship that explains the dynamics that are at the origin of many failures in the relationships and introduces a way of being, thinking and acting that will instead allow to realize miracles of a life fully lived with authentic love, the joy, that to which the nature of the human being tends spontaneously.

A book beautiful and enlightening, as indeed all the books of the author in the topic, the life of Rama is one of the most interesting yet difficult and delicate to be exhibited, but the author succeeds beautifully expressing very clearly taking concepts such as entanglement also applicable to human relationships.

What emerges at the end of the book is a crystal clear picture of what should be a real relationship who loves and evolve together but each maintaining their own freedom and their own individuality and originality. It is a book that everyone should read, even those who have read Ramayana numerous times.

The author relies on his intuition to produce knowledge and in some cases ventures into conceptualizations that have a lot of staff and in many cases describes certain rules of reality. The author is a great explorer of the relationship between man and reality, and every book is full of ideas on how to improve some aspect of our lives.

The book is a manual that deals with various aspects of human relations, so that the reader can participate in the search for solutions as if he himself was there and find out, then, how to get out of a crisis. The book is intense, alive, full of astonishing views and that is the mandate that family, the needs of the individual, the system of fulfilment-frustration, which are social constructions on which we are structured and which hinder the full realization of the self.

This book is deeply moving and humbling before the power of the forces of fate but also it bears comfort, because along the way you can sometimes modify tragic fates beyond the boundaries of thought, as if on every page, for each step there was space and time to reflect.

The focus of the book is the definition of the basic concepts for the understanding of the individual taking universal value because they are common to all mankind, the inner resources. The activation of these resources allows the deconstruction of automatic learned while generating new connections that lead to a progressive self-awareness and new behaviours.

The book provides the opportunity to reflect on the cultural meanings that have affected the structure of Ramayana and teaches us to take a point of view that allows us to integrate the perennial war generated by dichotomous categorizations of good and evil, to watch each other, beyond the boundaries of thought and beyond any behaviour, in its expression of humanity.

Format: Paperback ♥ Pages: 296 ♥ Publisher: Jaico Publishing House ♥ Published: December 2015 ♥ Language: English ♥ ISBN-13: 978-8184957679