Kaushal ArasI had the wonderful pleasure of  meeting author Kaushal Aras while attending the recent Hay House “I Can Do It” Conference in San Diego.  I am particularity passionate about Kaushal’s new book and e-book, because Kaushal wants to help bring about world peace.

We know this is a lofty aspiration but I love the approach that Kaushal has articulated in his new book entitled, “The Seven Symphonies of Extraordinary Love-A Blueprint for World Peace“.  Kaushal states that the objective of this book, world peace, is indeed a bold initiative.  But he strongly believes that when ordinary people do extraordinary things, anything is possible.

His goal is to demonstrate how conscious living can inspire love and tolerance.  It is through our practical choice of love and tolerance that we contribute our unique gifts to the world.  The Seven Symphonies of Extraordinary Love are the practical expression of the divinity within each of us.  When we become fully self-realized, connected with our divine, authentic self, Extraordinary Love is the natural expression. The natural state of such an authentic, self-realized being is pure bliss.

As Kaushal states, there are barriers to love, and asks the question “what gets in the way of unleashing our natural state of love?”   He believes that the ego prevents us from surrendering fully to the path of love. Ego or identity is a structure within our psyche. Ego is a poor reflection of our true self because it’s prime objective is to assess, judge, and form opinions.  We convince ourselves that the ego is an essential part of us, that the ego allows us to operate as intelligent beings.  The ego holds that we are superior over others so we can deal with the external world.

If you want to learn more about “The Seven Symphonies of Extraordinary Love” then I would recommend that you visit Kaushal’s website.  It is loaded with more information, and you can download his book for free.  To access his website just click here.