- Title: Reminiscences Of A Seeker: Dark Face Of The White World (True Story)
- Author: Kapil Kumar Bhaskar
- Genre: Mysticism, Paranormal, Thriller
- Length: 300 pages
- Publisher: Angel Books Publications
- Publication Date: April 28, 2017
Reminiscences of a Seeker written by Kapil Kumar Bhaskar is a paranormal thriller, based on true story provides an interesting fascination for those who are thrilled by the dark arts. The book gives a glimpse on how the occult world operates. The book promises its readers, freedom from the traps of false gurus who are bent on exploiting the fears of their followers and seekers, and tend to make unwanted demands on the wealth, peace, health and more of their followers.
The book which had reached the number one book in the Mysticism sub-category on Amazon USA, UK, Australia and Canada, illustrates a series of events that catapults the author into the fascinating world of Dark Arts, and suck him into the quagmire of drama, suspense, greed and betrayal. And just when the trials and tribulations seem to engulf the author completely, there emerged from the deepest darkness, a Brilliant Light of his True Master.
In this book the author takes you on his unforgettable true journey of the supernatural world of mystics and higher beings, unbelievable miracles and the parallel world of darkness and light, in his spiritual pursuit of seeking the ONE – who would show him the Ultimate Divine.
About The Author
Kapil Kumar Bhaskar has been on his spiritual journey for more than two decades. Blessed by Adi Gurus, Spiritual Guides and Masters (who visited him out of their body form), Kapil has a deep understanding of the human psyche and has divine clarity on both esoteric and non esoteric issues. Having received divine guidance, his knowledge and understanding of spiritual matters goes beyond books and comes from anubhuti… experience.
The author’s childhood was fraught with academic challenges, which he later realised had been due to mild dyslexia, but he overcame all his challenges, and can now be regarded as a clear example of one who was able to overcome the obstacles and limitations of life, in order to achieve the success so desired.
The author who had started his career with just Rs. 600 in his pocket, went on to become the owner of a garment factory due to his dedication and hard work, despite many challenges of building his business from a sick unit. He retired at the age of 40, just as he had earlier planned when he was 28 years old; and donned the role of a mentor, a counsellor and a prolific writer.
His spiritual life too was marked with many challenges and obstacles. From an early childhood, he had many paranormal experiences which made him turn to the spiritual path. However, in this path also, he was cheated and betrayed by his own masters for their hidden motives.
The author, who is known as a mentor with a difference, has reached out to many people, both within and outside the country, through direct interactions, and famous writings that are printed in various acclaimed magazines. The book is a product of the author’s interest that shifted towards spiritualism, despite the success he encountered in other areas of his life.
The decision to write a book was prompted by the advice of the author’s friends, who insisted he writes a book when he faced deep grief and was getting into depression, as a result of the death of the author’s sadhguru—(the real master of the author).
Being a full time counsellor and spiritual mentor, coupled with profound divine encounters experienced as a child, the author is able to share useful knowledge, not from the study of books, but from his experiences of twenty years. Such experiences include; a visit by the sadhguru of the author when he was ill at the hospital and close to death. The visit marked a turning point towards his recovery.
The author is of the opinion that helpless people should be assisted without getting them trapped in spiritual and religious dogmas. The approach towards spirituality as contained in the book, is one that debunks myths and conditioned beliefs that are propounded by self-proclaimed guardians of orthodoxy, without having much positive impact on humanity.