Nugget On Wings

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Nugget On Wings is the book for intellectuals who thinks of transformation in life, work culture, society and pattern of dogmatic thinking. It readily connects with the new generation who possess some grey matter to see perplexing situation with different perspective, although we know now the world is becoming full of demonstratively arguing intellectuals with realization missing. These articles were originally written for publication in the Health/Wellness/Learning & Development/Spiritual/Astrology magazines. With every article, the readers' likes and appreciation for author increased manifold. And today, ForeZorba has got associated with several Indian/International magazines/E-zines and upon their requests this book has been compiled and now is in your hand. Most of these articles were fine tuned to suit the Magazine's style and taste. However, through this book, utmost care has been taken to offer the original flavors of ForeZorba's articles. Few articles in the book work on your personal growth, nurture your creative thinking, make one perceive the positive aspect of negativity, learn to let go of the ego. Articles on spirituality, religion, love, sex shall break the cemented thinking pattern of common beliefs, social stigmas and understand it with more clarity. Few articles are laid down guidelines to understand feelings, relationships, to live a stress-free life, learn to effectively manage anger & time for leadership development. Astrology is ForeZorba’s hobby, his informative articles on Astrology and Numerology are of great interest world-over. His Astrology articles concerning Health & Wellness are carefully compiled for this book. The Yoga & Youthful Meditation techniques delineated in his articles is to assist busy people to unleash unwanted stress from life. Nugget On Wings is dedicated to your Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual well-being. Moreover, this book is a small tribute to the love received by ForeZorba’s readers all over the world.
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(Propounder of the "mind converting matter" in life since two decades) Mr. Vikash Kumar, a mindfulness coach, is well known with the name "ForeZorba" in the field of management training through his various articles and columns along with consulting. His work as a Banker by occupying a Management position in a PSB (Govt. of India) has enabled him to work on his view of 'train the trainer'. He is a voracious reader, ceaseless thinker and an ardent writer and in his restricted time, he uses his view to extend his help to maximum people. Following a disparate interest and having life flow towards helping intellectuals, he is into Development Consulting and a Strategist Counsellor. At very tender age he was youth counselor in Bangalore and dealt successfully in relationship counselling. Where his clients used to come with an awe and goes with a wow. His level of humility is tremendous due to which he connects with people swiftly. ForeZorba features in various forums of astrology and meditation. His approach in remedial astrology with his theme of mind converting matter has been remarkably helpful to people. Where for healing people he took help from his area of interest which covers subject of Mathematics, Psychology, Astrology and Alternate Therapy. His penned down thoughts has got place in various magazines across the world in the segment of personal development, corporate training, meditation, spirituality and astrology.

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Educreation Publishing
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Published on
Jun 5, 2016
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Pages
260
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English
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Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
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In this edition of Rupkatha we have the privilege of incorporating an introductory essay by Richard Schechner, in which he once again valorizes the anthropological foundations of performance studies and goes on to refer towards the infallible necessity of observing behaviour as a kind of transbiological agency and of tracing its effects in theatre and other kinds of representations. Schechner belongs to a tradition of performance scholars who believed in a kind of large, scientific ontology for the arts, a tendency which is evident when he quotes a New York University scholar. Perhaps the objective vision of a performance continuum is instructive for the future, as it creates an immediate stance, of both engaging as well as transcending the flow of experience in our lives which are organized and controlled  by means of mimetically emerging actions. The performer acquires, in Schechner’s scheme, as a liminal activist, so wonderfully described by anthropologist Victor Turner, and analysed in the scientism of Geertz’ observations of culture as an influential medium in which the arts and performances get endowed with signification.

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