"That no being, no matter how intelligent, how creative, or how ingenious, cannot ever escape this dynamism."

Davide wraps the energy flow that commences with life’s beginnings within a web of life’s complexities. In the process, he examines the universal question that gnaws at humanity: who am I? Moreover, he compels audiences not just to embrace self-realization but to grasp what it really means to peer within.

Clearly well-researched, the book invokes numerous Hindu philosophies. From scriptures like the Bhagavad Gita and the Srimad Bhagavatam to avatars like Krishna and epics like the Mahabharata, Davide’s references encourage his audience to embrace a life that is genuinely free from attachments and one that emulates the unfiltered exuberance of a baby. More specifically, he compares humanity’s tenure on this planet to layers of programming; as the tenure persists, simple choices become habits programmed into our ego, turning free-willed individuals seemingly into robots.

At its core, this book is much more than an examination of the ego or a philosophical research treatise. Rather, it is one man’s attempt at sharing his own experiences in pursuit of self-actualization and the uncanny parallels he has found within the cosmic presence, be it numbers, the alphabet, the spirit of 9, Sanskrit, or the English language itself. Interestingly, the author uses physics to support his premise that all life is energy flow via the V=IR Ohm’s law, which essentially says voltage is the current clashing with resistance. As part of this energy flow formula, Davide invests considerable time helping audiences turn inward via meditation and relaxation.

Stylistically, this work is easily digestible despite the density of its topics due to its rapid-fire chapters format and relatable personal experiences shared by the author. For audiences searching for a spiritual, not necessarily religious, read focusing on the soul’s journey home, Davide’s book presents the premise from an intertwined science and spiritual perspective, making it a unique must-read.

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