Rama Ka Roop Has Written a Once in a Lifetime Visionary Book on God in Totality

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New book sheds light on the oneness of God and how this knowledge can be used in one’s quest for purpose.

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For the past 31 years, Rama Ka Roop has been using meditation to explore the vastness of God and self-awareness. In THE BOOK OF ONE: The Eternal Testament, he shares rare insight into the workings of God and mankind’s perennial need for purpose. This new book is the first step in a journey of understanding life, the universe and God and how these three interrelate with each other.

The concept of God is mostly limited within the confines of religion. In THE BOOK OF ONE, Roop challenges this notion and invites readers to join him in discovering the oneness of God or the idea that there is only one God, “one for all and one in all”. Roop’s work is presented as a guide for what he calls a “new, evolving generation”; people who want to advance the oneness concept of God and who are dissatisfied with the belief systems embedded in multiplicity of gods and idols.

“There are several books that deal with religions, spirituality, and God, but they are all hashing the old stuff. There is no book that puts God on a scientific footing. A new vision of God is presented in this book,” he says.

Illuminative and extraordinary, THE BOOK OF ONE will transform readers as it helps them use their newfound knowledge of God in their quest for self-discovery and, ultimately, fulfillment.

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About the Author
Rama Ka Roop has been meditating for the past thirty-one years. He is a heart specialist who teaches medical doctors. He continues the research on the science of soul.

THE BOOK OF ONE * by Rama Ka Roop
The Eternal Testament
Publication Date: July 2, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 145 pages; 978-1-4836-5274-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 145 pages; 978-1-4836-5275-7
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-5276-4

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