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In the Sphere of Silence by [Eswaran, Vijay]
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Every once in a while, a book comes along that changes readers' lives and moves them to take resolute action. -- Manila Standard-Today

In a world of too many words, and thus noise, this book comes like a whiff of fresh air. -- The Philippine Daily Inquirer

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In this remarkably simple book, Vijay Eswaran shares the secret of his success, the Sphere of Silence, the single most powerful thing any person can do to succeed both in business and in life. In The Sphere of Silence is a one-hour reflection that teaches us how to be still and examine what is within ourselves. By the simple and regular practice of the Sphere of Silence, we acquire an intense insight into everything we do and are able to accomplish great things with our lives. A little book that you can carry everywhere, the Sphere of Silence is not just a practical guide to manage our daily lives, it is also a compelling journey towards God and our innermost selves.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 207 KB
  • Print Length: 221 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Digital South Asia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008VEC2UI
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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SOS is something I am going to practise, so that I can gain materials as well as spirituality also.
Thanks Dato ...thanks a tonne...
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Read.............Repeatedly!! 4 December 2005
By Sathi Senathirajah - GenGold - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Excellent book for someone like me who hates reading. It is not a self help book but more of a constant reminder to do reality checks on my life everyday. It would have taken me so much less time to grow if the book was out 5 years ago. After reading the book I understand so much more how important self reflection is. A key to success on its own for anyone who wants to be on the route to success....financially and spiritually.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An 'Aha!' Moment 10 November 2005
By Rafizah Amran - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Have you ever read something and your mind went 'aha!'?

The year was 1999. For some reason, I found myself working in broadcasting, writing and producing an offbeat teen programme for one of the national television channels. How did I get there, is another long story. The work was fun. Tiring and time consuming. But fun. I made some terrible choices. For instance, I went to a meet and greet with the Benetton Team instead of go karting with the Shell Team (which featured the very modest Michael Schumacher) simply because I thought Giancarlo Fisichella was a hottie. Yes yes, I still cringe when I think about it.

One night while I was editing some footages, someone came up to me and gave me a slim little blue booklet. He said, "You will find this interesting,". I looked at it. It was a copy of keynote address delivered by the (then) Prime Minister of Malaysia at the 1998 ApEC Summit. I let out a sigh. Why did he think I would be interested in reading a 35-page speech about the economic outlook of the Asian region? But it was late at night and there was only so much coffee that you could drink. So I decided to give it a go.

Did you know that a complex idea on a complex subject, can be made so amazingly accessible and relevant when conveyed with the rights words, by the right person?

The next 'aha!' moment occured in 2005. For someone who reads on average of 3 books a week, that's about 900 books later. I saw a copy of 'In the Sphere of Silence' on the table of a colleague. I said to him, "Pretty book,". He answered, "You should read it, it's even prettier on the inside,"

I decided to throw him a curve ball. I asked, "Do you practise this,?". He hesitated a bit before answering. "Yes I try, but it's hard at first because you have to get used to asking yourself frank and personal questions."

I smiled.

In the case of judging a book by its cover, I think my colleague made an excellent judgement.

In the case of being frank, I think he passed with flyng colours.

Come on... how many of us lie awake at night reflecting on the things that you have done that day and yesterday and what you are going to do tomorrow? And how many of us steer off course and wander into the (unintended) realm of petty matters like the gossip you heard at the grapevine or how much the fuel price will increase and then sort of naturally, just fall asleep?


The thing about 'In The Sphere of Silence' is that the author did the unthinkable: he took a daily routine that most of us take for granted, mould it into a way of life, and presented it in a sequence that helps guide the thought process and keeps you focussed.

Of course it is hard to ask yourself frank and personal questions. Of course it is hard to admit that you did something wrong when the only person around is yourself. The ego believes what it wants to believe, right?

This is where this little book succeeds. It provokes you to think a little deeper, be a little more transparent than you care to reveal, and most importantly, to learn to understand your actions and its consequences and ultimately, to understand oneself.

It's a remarkably simple, and moving, journey to self awareness. Try it.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dao De Jing and In the Sphere of Silence 4 December 2005
By Cathy Zhou - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Reading In the Sphere of Silence, I can not help but compare it to Dao De Jing, written by a famous ancient Chinese philosopher, Lao Zi. Many people and Institutes worldwide have been studying and practicing Dao De Jing for many many years. The commonality between In the Sphere of Silence and Dao De Jing are perfectly reflected in the common words used by both authors, such as "balance", "harmony", "equilibrium", "love", etc. However I must say that In the Sphere of Silence has expanded Dao De Jing's Philosophy by encouraging one to "set goals", "fight within" which were not easily found in Dao De Jing. Or more precisely I should say that the book, In the Sphere of Silence, has bridged the thinking and practicing of ancient people and that of modern society.

Whether you think you are a philosopher, or an ordinary human being like myself who just simply want to make life more meaningful and fruitful, In the Sphere of Silence is definitely a book worth reading and practicing
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Silence 7 January 2013
By Steven C. Thedford - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I have been trying to get a copy of this book for a long time, over a year. More importantly, the author provides the reader with a spate ways of finding Silence. In the sphere of silence you will find your inexorable truth. As you find silence you will learn to amalgamate your soul. In other words, evocative responsive to irrelevant issues will be abated. I recommend this book.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Knowledge and Duty 18 April 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Well,frankly speaking..I have not finished reading the book.But I managed to flip Chapter 8:Knowledge.I really believe in this phrase(I do also believe in the otha phrases.But I find that this phrase suits me best and that makes me like it!)."The depth of understanding is in the student,not in the master/teacher/mentor".It really fascinated me.All this while in my 12 years,I always stick to my principle that if the master/teacher/mentor is not up to standard,the student will not excel.Previously,when I thought that way,my studies did not improve.But after reding that Chapter,it changed the way my mind thinks,It is a miracle and that was very incredible!I improved drastically especially in my maths as well as Scince which is my favourite subject.

Another one.Chapter 7:Duty.I just flip through that page thinking it is about responsibility.I have a lot of tasks that needs to be completed one the time is right.Frst thing that flashed in my mind was"DUTY!My parents.How am I going to take care both of my parents with responsibility when I grow up later?"That was what I though Mr Vijay was going to talk about in that chapter.But it was more than that.It told me not in words,but spiritually.That ultimte phrase is"Today is all you have.Yesterday is gone.Tomorrow may never come.Today is always yours.Today builds tomorrow.Today takes you where you want to go.You can change the world by changing today.Today is a gift from God.It is why it is called being present."It made me think. That means I have to treasure today and the other 'today's that I still have with my parents.Hence,that told me spiritually that I have to make full use of my 'today's by being obedient to my parents and assisting them while they are in need.And also tell me not to procrastinate(to delay) as the proverb says 'Procrastination is the thief of time'.I do not want to pracrastinate any further fearing that there will never be a tomorrow for me to pay back all the love and care given by my parents all this while...
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