Is Present Reality
- Title: Is Present Reality: The Super-Science of The Transcendental Value
- Author: Vipin Gupta
- Genre: Body Mind & Spirit, Metaphysics, New Age, Nonfiction,
Religion, Science & Nature, Spirituality
- Length: 565 pages
- Publication Date: February 17, 2021
Is Present Reality – Synopsis
Is Present Realty: The Super-science of the transcendental value investigates our reality as an entity who has the power to shape the present and be the light that affirms our presence in the eternal future.The transcendental value of the past is immanent within the present. The present becomes the subject of scientific investigation. The entity who conceived the scientifically investigable present is the super-scientific factor, whose reality transcends beyond the limits of science. An observer behaves as a mirror image of the present and uses the light of self-consciousness for illuminating the reality of the universe. Without the observer’s light, the present of the universe is the dark matter. Once the observer services the sentient light force, the future of the observer is the black hole. As a manager of our reality, we have an option not to transform our sentient energy into a light force, behaving as if we are the white star source of light, for illuminating the reality of the universe. Instead, we may invest our energy for conceiving a different reality at any moment that thereafter constitutes the past. Such unique reality is scientifically observable in the present as the illuminated matter. The illuminated matter is a proportion of the present, which is the dark matter. Thus, if an observer observes the illuminated matter as the rope, it might as well be a body of atoms that eventually transforms into a body of cells. That body of cells may be the reality of a snake. What we observe and experience in the present is not necessarily the reality. This work reveals the blockages that limit our vision’s dimensionality and the solutions to be the reality that shapes the eternal present.
About the Author
Dr. Vipin Gupta is a professor of management, and co-director of the Center for Global Management at the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, California State University, San Bernardino. He was previously at Simmons University, Boston, Grand Valley State University, and Fordham University.
Vipin Gupta has a Ph.D. in managerial science and applied economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has been a gold medalist for outstanding academic performance in the post-graduate MBA program at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad; a top rank holder in the B.Com. (Hons) Program at Sri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi, India; and an all-India rank holder at the graduate program of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India.
Professor Gupta has authored about 180 journal articles and book chapters, including in Journal of Business Venturing, Family Business Review, Research in Organizational Behavior, Asia-Pacific Journal of Management, Multinational Business Review, Journal of World Business, Advances in Global Leadership, and Management Review. Besides delivering lectures and keynotes in several nations, he has presented at international academic conferences worldwide, including the Academy of Management, IFSAM, EGOS, Society of Industrial Organization Psychologists, Global Entrepreneurship Conference, and Family Enterprise Research Conference. He has been on the governing board and organizing committee of several international conferences. In 2017, he served as the academic program chair for the 52nd CLADEA Assembly.
Dr. Gupta is the co-editor of the seminal GLOBE (Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness Program) book Culture, Leadership, and Organizations – The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies (Sage Publications, 2004). He is the principal investigator of the path-breaking CASE (Culturally-sensitive Assessment Systems and Education) Project on family businesses. He edited two critically acclaimed books on the theme of strategic management, performance, and leadership in the emerging markets: Creating Performing Organizations (Sage Publications, 2003) and Transformative Organizations (Sage Publications, 2004). He is the author of the Strategic Management and Business Policy: Concepts and Applications (PHI Learning, 2003 and 2005). He has been the principal editor of ten books on family business models in ten different regional clusters and the eleventh book on family businesses’ gender dimension (ICFAI University Press, 2004). He has also co-authored a research manuscript MNC Subsidiaries in China: An empirical study of growth and development strategy (Information Age Publishing; 2015), and a textbook Leadership Across the Globe (Routledge USA, 2015).
Vipin Gupta has been a recipient of the coveted 2005 Scott Myers Award for Applied Research in the Workplace from Society for Industrial Organization Psychologists, USA. As a 2015-16 American Council of Education fellow, he visited sixty-two universities, colleges, and higher education institutions in nine European nations, the USA, and India.
Dr. Gupta has offered several training programs and workshops on strategic planning and cross-cultural management to senior executives, administrators, defense personnel, and research methods to doctoral students and faculty in India and the US. He has been a visiting or guest faculty at more than thirty business schools in India. His workshops and lectures have been covered by several newspapers and television channels.