Author Spotlight

Author Villek Rajan Vivek cracked the code for HAPPINESS in YOU AND YOUR DODOISMS. Talented author Vivek says he’s a regular guy.  Endorsers such as Brian Tracy and T. Harv Eker feel his ideas are extra-ordinary. At the moment his insightful book is just $2.99, a savings of 57%.  I recommend grabbing this top seller in the inspirational category.  I read it myself, and my review below is among those posted.

The format of Vilek’s fun-to-read guide is a conference where the reader identifies with attendees stuck in their upside-down worlds. Many are “mesmerized by shimmering dazzling mirages” (Vilek’s words) of material success and don’t work on their own gifts. Conference goers want a calm and stress-free existence, both materially and spiritually, and begin to recognize the value of living in the present. Past memories bringing guilt and future worries slow fulfillment. Simply by slowing down and breathing regularly, we avoid “knee jerk” reactions. Knowing a centered poised mind is a more valuable product than constraints dictated to us, we accept every success with gratitude. “Actionless action” is a term Vilek created. Actionless is the absence of negative mind chatter, and action comes from genuine inspiration to complete a task. Action flows, and bliss follows when the task is completed.

I liked the author’s scientific explanation of energy-resistance levels. Persons can raise or lower resistance. Excessive behavior, even when pleasurable, can make humans act like dodos. The poor birds couldn’t fly when hunters came. An example of a “dodoism” might be fasting or vegetarianism as ends in themselves. These persons can also kill, loot, and plunder.

After reading DODOISM, I guarantee a reader will think less about all worries including death which is explained as a different state of life. Nothing can kill us, Vilek writes, and any reader’s heart will be lifted. I highly recommend DODISM as a path to growth and contentment.


2 thoughts on “Author Spotlight

  1. Dash Hamelton

    Vivek writes on a timely topic– why many intelligent, knowledgeable and hardworking people struggle to find happiness! I hope he visits here so that he can share his journey because I have a feeling he learned the hard way and is grateful he “cracked the code”!

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