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• Do you really know who I am? • Do you know that the brain and I are two separate entities? • Do you know that 24/7 your life is governed by me, me and me alone? • Do you know that once you master me, you will be able to exactly know what is going on in another’s mind, and why they are doing what they are? If you had known this, then why would you and everyone else have had t • Do you really know who I am? • Do you know that the brain and I are two separate entities? • Do you know that 24/7 your life is governed by me, me and me alone? • Do you know that once you master me, you will be able to exactly know what is going on in another’s mind, and why they are doing what they are? If you had known this, then why would you and everyone else have had to toil round the clock to achieve joy and success? Although human intelligence has evolved with every passing epoch, still the struggle to survive and achieve success continues to be the same. According to the author of ‘I am the Mind’, Mr. Deep Trivedi, a pioneer in spiritual psychodynamics and a renowned author and speaker, every human being is destined to achieve ‘Joy and Success’, but they inevitably fail to achieve the same. Their ignorance or lack of awareness of the functioning of the mind or the psychology behind it, leads them to falter and commit mistakes or blunders at times, which proves detrimental to their lives. So what is the remedy? Only one; ‘Understand your Mind’, says author of the book, ‘I am the Mind’, Mr. Deep Trivedi. Through this book, Deep Trivedi delves deeper into the unexplored territory of the psychology of the mind, and provides you with not just the answers pertaining to all the facets of life – family, business, career, etc. but also the wisdom to lead your day-to-day life. Mr. Deep states that once you become the master of your mind, you will gain acute insight into others’ minds and thus will be able to know the frame of mind they are in and know exactly what thoughts propels them to do what they are doing, or the reason why they are doing, whatever they are doing. Such simple yet profound understanding will give you an edge over others in this competitive world, as this is the vital key to success. To make the book a much more interesting read, Mr. Deep Trivedi has interspersed the psychological content with 23 contextual short stories and anecdotes, which makes reading an enjoyable experience for all age groups. The easy-to-read content notwithstanding, this book is structured in a manner that will engage the reader on a journey within themselves to emerge as a successful person. Success and happiness is your birthright. Don’t you want to achieve it?


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• Do you really know who I am? • Do you know that the brain and I are two separate entities? • Do you know that 24/7 your life is governed by me, me and me alone? • Do you know that once you master me, you will be able to exactly know what is going on in another’s mind, and why they are doing what they are? If you had known this, then why would you and everyone else have had t • Do you really know who I am? • Do you know that the brain and I are two separate entities? • Do you know that 24/7 your life is governed by me, me and me alone? • Do you know that once you master me, you will be able to exactly know what is going on in another’s mind, and why they are doing what they are? If you had known this, then why would you and everyone else have had to toil round the clock to achieve joy and success? Although human intelligence has evolved with every passing epoch, still the struggle to survive and achieve success continues to be the same. According to the author of ‘I am the Mind’, Mr. Deep Trivedi, a pioneer in spiritual psychodynamics and a renowned author and speaker, every human being is destined to achieve ‘Joy and Success’, but they inevitably fail to achieve the same. Their ignorance or lack of awareness of the functioning of the mind or the psychology behind it, leads them to falter and commit mistakes or blunders at times, which proves detrimental to their lives. So what is the remedy? Only one; ‘Understand your Mind’, says author of the book, ‘I am the Mind’, Mr. Deep Trivedi. Through this book, Deep Trivedi delves deeper into the unexplored territory of the psychology of the mind, and provides you with not just the answers pertaining to all the facets of life – family, business, career, etc. but also the wisdom to lead your day-to-day life. Mr. Deep states that once you become the master of your mind, you will gain acute insight into others’ minds and thus will be able to know the frame of mind they are in and know exactly what thoughts propels them to do what they are doing, or the reason why they are doing, whatever they are doing. Such simple yet profound understanding will give you an edge over others in this competitive world, as this is the vital key to success. To make the book a much more interesting read, Mr. Deep Trivedi has interspersed the psychological content with 23 contextual short stories and anecdotes, which makes reading an enjoyable experience for all age groups. The easy-to-read content notwithstanding, this book is structured in a manner that will engage the reader on a journey within themselves to emerge as a successful person. Success and happiness is your birthright. Don’t you want to achieve it?

30 review for I am The Mind

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ranjeeth Varma

    Absolute waste of time. One of the very few books that I regretted reading. Tone of the Mind (read author) is so authoritative as if he is bigger than Buddha, Krishna, Jesus or anyone for that matter whoever was born in this world and achieved greatness. There are lot of stories that are so shallow to justify the point the author tries to make. Nothing concrete that could be called as a takeaway. 'Difference between' tables make the reader feel that they are preparing for some kind of examinatio Absolute waste of time. One of the very few books that I regretted reading. Tone of the Mind (read author) is so authoritative as if he is bigger than Buddha, Krishna, Jesus or anyone for that matter whoever was born in this world and achieved greatness. There are lot of stories that are so shallow to justify the point the author tries to make. Nothing concrete that could be called as a takeaway. 'Difference between' tables make the reader feel that they are preparing for some kind of examination. Nothing new to learn. JUST DONT READ if you even have a slight knowledge on how the brain and mind works

  2. 5 out of 5

    Praveen M N

    This book is by far the worst self help book that I have ever come across. I don't know how he got such good ratings on goodreads. But one thing is certain, that its not because of the content. And aaj kal Kutch bhi khareeda ja sakta he*hint*hint*.. Primitive English. And it's apparent that he has used big words in between just to sound smart and it suddenly pops up unnecessarily so it's like the deer in front of a speeding bus when you see it. The Author's intro is a little over the top where i This book is by far the worst self help book that I have ever come across. I don't know how he got such good ratings on goodreads. But one thing is certain, that its not because of the content. And aaj kal Kutch bhi khareeda ja sakta he*hint*hint*.. Primitive English. And it's apparent that he has used big words in between just to sound smart and it suddenly pops up unnecessarily so it's like the deer in front of a speeding bus when you see it. The Author's intro is a little over the top where it says that he has the record for Max no. Of quotations on Human life! And by the way, the Author is "The mind". He took a hint from "Main samay Hoon" on Mahabharata. And the narrative is from the "mind" itself. Throughout the book! He talks about scientists as if they are kids who are doing so much and they are his kids. Kudos to them on such discovery! Kudos my boy! Tum bade hoke bahut aage badhoge! On page 32 he says if you haven't read this book or If your parents haven't read this book when you were 5 years old or less. Then toh bhaiyya Gaya. There is no hope. Kutch nahi ho sakta tumhaara. I really thought I should stop reading. But then it was pretty funny so far so I thought why not. This book also sounds like that abusive boyfriend we hear about. With paragraphs which tell you that you are really useless and have been useless so far. And he uses "Well!..." Too many times. This is an actual quote from this book... "Let me explain this in the language of your interest, as no one can beat you when it comes to grasping the matters of selfish interests." (this is the mind talking to the reader) He has very "cleverly" changed 'state of mind' to 'state of mine' everywhere in the book. Coz he is the mind. You know? Cause that's what good books do. Over and over again. It's irritating beyond imagination. I am pushing myself to read further because I want to finish it.... He says happiness and success goes hand in hand. He says Steve jobs was very happy man and successful of course. He should've read the book on Jobs. Doofus. Let me quote some more thought provoking, mind boggling, bheja frying quotes from this book, "If you glimpse through history of mankind, you will realise that whoever has achieved great success, has achieved it effortlessly". But if you really look into history properly and not just glimpse, I am sure you'll find out this is nonsense. "To put it precisely, instead of taking the decisions on the basis of what is good or bad for him, or analysing the situation to safeguard his own interests, he depends on whatever this state of mine(not a spelling mistake) prompts him to do at that particular moment." This is him talking about successful people. Like Steve jobs.. so.. maybe he is talking about Steve jobs leaving his pregnant wife and child and being happy about that later. Oh wait. No wait.. he wasn't happy about it... Hmmm.. The state of "mine" is telling me to stop reading the book here... I am still in page 47 by the way. "The failures of human beings are not hidden from anyone. It clearly implies that , desicions taken after much deliberation, or decisions taken by the application of the brain have often been proved wrong." So basically he says stop thinking, it makes you dumb. Okay, now I know how this book has turned out to be so directionless and pointless. Atleast kutch toh logic ban raha he! "If you delve a little deeper, you will realise ; there is someone on whose screen all this drama is being played. Have you ever thought about it in this manner? Have you ever reflected upon who that 'someone' could be? I doubt you have. If you were able to think in this manner you would have marched towards phenomenal progress a long time ago."Matbal tum ho hi saala phailure, Ek dum Failure ho Tum samjhe? Then the book actually says "That was amazing mind! You have presented yourself so well that it seems... " basically he praises his own writing. This book is hilarious. But I am sorry guys I couldn't go read beyond page 80. If there is anyone who made it through this book. Kudos to you & please write in the comments what you found funny about the book. If someone wants the book. I am willing to send it to them for free. Within India :D

  3. 4 out of 5

    Achinta Roy

    I didn't even want to give 1 rating. It is worse that that. So much repetition everywhere. The actual content can be finished in just 2-3 pages. The content is absolute bullcrap and nothing more that some stupid opinions. 90% of the book is how science has done this and that with loads of repetitions. Even after doing that science and scientists are a bunch of useless people who can never know anything. Wanted to give an attempt to complete it, but couldn't. Worst reading ever. I didn't even want to give 1 rating. It is worse that that. So much repetition everywhere. The actual content can be finished in just 2-3 pages. The content is absolute bullcrap and nothing more that some stupid opinions. 90% of the book is how science has done this and that with loads of repetitions. Even after doing that science and scientists are a bunch of useless people who can never know anything. Wanted to give an attempt to complete it, but couldn't. Worst reading ever.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Atul Pandey

    an upgrade to my earlier read "the secret", It's written by a psychologist so i can ingrain it more easily an upgrade to my earlier read "the secret", It's written by a psychologist so i can ingrain it more easily

  5. 5 out of 5

    Harikumar Nair

    A must read book. The power of mind is explained in a very simple ways. Instead of becoming a slave to the mind, make the mind your slave and take control of your this beautiful life ... Ah only ... One Life.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ronith Somasundar

    Must read if you want to understand the right way of how your mind works and also to know that your brain and your mind are two different entities and each of them has their own domains and interference of both these domains make life a living chaos. Understanding the mind and the brain to be two different entities of the human body, you can scale the peaks of success with the help of this book. It's a once in a life time must read and Deep Trivedi Sir inspires and opens up about all the realiti Must read if you want to understand the right way of how your mind works and also to know that your brain and your mind are two different entities and each of them has their own domains and interference of both these domains make life a living chaos. Understanding the mind and the brain to be two different entities of the human body, you can scale the peaks of success with the help of this book. It's a once in a life time must read and Deep Trivedi Sir inspires and opens up about all the realities of your mind and brain! It's an eye-opening and an enlightening read. If life came with an instruction manual, this book would definitely act as one! Love this book!😇✨💓

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ayushi

    Utter waste of time. No logic in the stories whatsoever. This book actually twisted simple psychology into weird mumbo-jumbo. The tone of the author is very authoritative leaving no space for 'self-help'. This book is a joke to be honest. Constantly bashing science for no reason and trying to prove its point by stories that make absolutely no sense! Doesn't even deserve 1 star. Glad that I left it halfway. If you really want to help yourself, stop reading books like these. Utter waste of time. No logic in the stories whatsoever. This book actually twisted simple psychology into weird mumbo-jumbo. The tone of the author is very authoritative leaving no space for 'self-help'. This book is a joke to be honest. Constantly bashing science for no reason and trying to prove its point by stories that make absolutely no sense! Doesn't even deserve 1 star. Glad that I left it halfway. If you really want to help yourself, stop reading books like these.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dixit Nagpal

    Written from a perspective of mind itself , an intriguing piece of writing to understand difference between mind , brain and 3rd e tity who is you... I would have never expected this book to be such a thought provoking and well explained narrative on important topics that build character and personality.. I think one must reread it to understand what goes in deeper sections of mind and how to impact it in longer run

  9. 4 out of 5

    Srikanth

    This book delves into the nature of mind, discusses possible results of conflicting thoughts and actions. The author also explains the difference between brain and mind. This book emphasizes the need to choose action over aspiration. Punch Line: "Appa Deepo Bhava" ( Become a lamp unto yourself ) This book delves into the nature of mind, discusses possible results of conflicting thoughts and actions. The author also explains the difference between brain and mind. This book emphasizes the need to choose action over aspiration. Punch Line: "Appa Deepo Bhava" ( Become a lamp unto yourself )

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mandar Behere

    Initial chapters are interesting. However, it becomes very authoritative and the reader gets fed up with the high-handedness shown by the author. At several places, it is condescending to the extent that you start feeling guilty - exact same feeling the fake gurus give you. I left it mid-way as I didn't see how it was progressing and would it help me further. Initial chapters are interesting. However, it becomes very authoritative and the reader gets fed up with the high-handedness shown by the author. At several places, it is condescending to the extent that you start feeling guilty - exact same feeling the fake gurus give you. I left it mid-way as I didn't see how it was progressing and would it help me further.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tejpal Singh

    Nothing informative or helpful. This book contains ideas about mind that are developed by author and author only. You'll not find the concepts contained this book anywhere in the world. And the concepts are not even supported by scientific evidence. Just assumptions. Nothing informative or helpful. This book contains ideas about mind that are developed by author and author only. You'll not find the concepts contained this book anywhere in the world. And the concepts are not even supported by scientific evidence. Just assumptions.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jassim

    Disappointed. It’s just some BS pseudoscience without any rationalities. The stories supporting the claims are totally made up and unrealistic. Distorting psychology to prove his claims and most importantly poorly written.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Arshi Saxena

    On a scale of 5: Content : 3 (Repetitive examples got on my nerves!) Writing style : 2 (Too bold and Compelling, Could have left room for one's own conclusions) On a scale of 5: Content : 3 (Repetitive examples got on my nerves!) Writing style : 2 (Too bold and Compelling, Could have left room for one's own conclusions)

  14. 5 out of 5

    Arathi Venugopal

    This book illumines the concept of mind and brain being treated as two different entities but which works in conjunction with each other. There are lot of concepts related to the ability of the mind and the numerous ways by which it can manipulate us. Most of us would be able to relate to the examples and situations narrated in this book. The author tries to inculcate the thought that it is best to be childlike with respect to emotions and stay in the Super Conscious state of mind which can brin This book illumines the concept of mind and brain being treated as two different entities but which works in conjunction with each other. There are lot of concepts related to the ability of the mind and the numerous ways by which it can manipulate us. Most of us would be able to relate to the examples and situations narrated in this book. The author tries to inculcate the thought that it is best to be childlike with respect to emotions and stay in the Super Conscious state of mind which can bring a drastic change in our thought process. However there are few areas, which did not seem very practical as far as I am concerned. The author feels that everyone should behave like a child, without suppression of emotions and being stubborn in achieving what we want. I hate to disagree, but in my opinion this might not be a very practical approach. Imagine everyone venting out themselves in every situation so as not to suppress emotions, to some degree and extent its possible, but there are many circumstances in life where we might have to sober ourselves a bit, but letting it go at the same time rather than allow the frustrations to build inside and take monstrous forms later. I was not very impressed with the author's style of writing, and at times it even felt repetitive, but it was a good effort in bringing the different facets of mind, an area which most of us don't focus. Its a good read if you want to have a deep understanding of how your mind functions.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Abhishek Kanna

    Ever wondered what is it that regulates our thinking or functions and our reactions to certain circumstances in life? And why each one of us is considered ‘different’ or ‘unique’? Well, I found my answers in the book, I am The Mind This is something which I had not read about anywhere before. The content of this book is unparalleled and must be consumed to benefit themselves and for the humanity. Throughout the book the author has used simple stories which serve to help the reader understand the m Ever wondered what is it that regulates our thinking or functions and our reactions to certain circumstances in life? And why each one of us is considered ‘different’ or ‘unique’? Well, I found my answers in the book, I am The Mind This is something which I had not read about anywhere before. The content of this book is unparalleled and must be consumed to benefit themselves and for the humanity. Throughout the book the author has used simple stories which serve to help the reader understand the matter discussed properly. He has left no stone unturned in making sure that everyone understands. Another unique feature of this book is the detailed explanation of the various 'levels' of the mind, their strengths and weaknesses and their functions. The author also explains the difference between brain and mind To someone starting off with non-fiction books I would definitely recommend reading this book. Overall I enjoyed the read, not because I learnt a lot of new and fancy things, but because it was a gentle reminder about the several good values and teachings I have been imparted over the years via religion, school, parents, and other books

  16. 4 out of 5

    Gaurav Prabhu

    Amazing book. It is unlike any other self help book. The author brings to the table points which are mundane and then shows the hidden meaning behind them which we never thought existed. It's like washing your beliefs and then they take on new appearance. You are sure to look at your life in a very different way once you read this. Further, throughout the book the author has used simple stories which serve to help the reader understand the matter discussed properly. He has left no stone unturned Amazing book. It is unlike any other self help book. The author brings to the table points which are mundane and then shows the hidden meaning behind them which we never thought existed. It's like washing your beliefs and then they take on new appearance. You are sure to look at your life in a very different way once you read this. Further, throughout the book the author has used simple stories which serve to help the reader understand the matter discussed properly. He has left no stone unturned in making sure that everyone understands. I am sure everyone would be benefitted by this book and urge atleast reading it once. Would also serve as a good gift to someone.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Pratik Gadhiya

    I loved this book for the following reasons: 1. The examples stated on various topics are real-life examples 2. The book says a lot about human behaviour, How it impacts you and how a person due to various reasons gets deviated from success 3. The language of this book is good and high quality words are used in the book 4. Finally the book connects with me What I didn't like: There are at some places where the book says worshipping God won't help, The words - I the mind sucks at some points, So i have I loved this book for the following reasons: 1. The examples stated on various topics are real-life examples 2. The book says a lot about human behaviour, How it impacts you and how a person due to various reasons gets deviated from success 3. The language of this book is good and high quality words are used in the book 4. Finally the book connects with me What I didn't like: There are at some places where the book says worshipping God won't help, The words - I the mind sucks at some points, So i have cut one star. Thank You.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Farid Gauhar

    One who is struggling to learn about the basics and fundamentals of Human's functionality, must read (I Am The Mind). It plainly describe and illustrate; mind's existence, levels of mind's consciousness. How to stimulate, abilities, creation, self-confidence, Contentment, Intelligence, Personality, The Keys to Success & Many more; all those factors which encourage and discourage human's remarkable powers. One who is struggling to learn about the basics and fundamentals of Human's functionality, must read (I Am The Mind). It plainly describe and illustrate; mind's existence, levels of mind's consciousness. How to stimulate, abilities, creation, self-confidence, Contentment, Intelligence, Personality, The Keys to Success & Many more; all those factors which encourage and discourage human's remarkable powers.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ajay

    I think this is a pretty decent book, though it may across to some as a very basic book.but still some of the insights explained by way of anology is a standout...what does not go well is the author writing style which tries to dominate his readers in many pages...so for a mature well read person this could be a put off...it will be good for milliniem kids ..as it explains on key points like to be grounded in whatever they do and to be practical as well....

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bikram Sherawat

    Took a long time to finish this book, I have read a lot of books in this genre and i was really impressed with the way the author was able to hold his reader keeping the language and examples simple, it just became too theoretical for me after the first 30% of the book was over. Good try but could have been made reader friendly.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Karan Khatri

    Its ok. It starts good but then by middle it get boring, especially if you have read other self help books. Its not the same as other self help books, but the stories and examples given are quite common. It just focus on problems and not good solution provided according to me. I actually left the book mid way after 60%.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Piyush Goklani

    this was my first book and it was my fortune i got handed by very interesting book this helps you learn about 1- how to differentiate about mind & brain 2- Minds superpower 3- to control yourself u have to control your mind and with easy tips. 4- Your living in complicated situation. Deep Trivedi you are a genius

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vinayak

    The book gives a gist of the functioning of the Mind. Entire book is written in a very simple manner and takes you through a short journey and gives you a glimpse of the mind. This book complements 'The Secret' by Rhonda Byrne. A good read for those who love to ponder on the secrets hidden in the human mind. The book gives a gist of the functioning of the Mind. Entire book is written in a very simple manner and takes you through a short journey and gives you a glimpse of the mind. This book complements 'The Secret' by Rhonda Byrne. A good read for those who love to ponder on the secrets hidden in the human mind.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dr. Deepak Rawat

    I was expecting much more in content and form, but was disappointed on both the fronts. One good message in the book is follow the path where your real interest lies. But it’s repeated in so many forms that one shouldn’t start doubting that.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Abhishek

    Nice theme and concept. This book defines, the ways to unearth the forbidden treasures of life. However at points explanation and examples seems to be contradictory and inconclusive. All in all, readers should try this and try to develop own thoughts, beyond anyone else's. Nice theme and concept. This book defines, the ways to unearth the forbidden treasures of life. However at points explanation and examples seems to be contradictory and inconclusive. All in all, readers should try this and try to develop own thoughts, beyond anyone else's.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mihir Mishra

    This is one of the least helpful self help book I've come across. The writing is truly bizzare and feels completely out or place. It would still have been excusable if the book had some insight to deliver, but it does not. I would highly NOT recommend this book This is one of the least helpful self help book I've come across. The writing is truly bizzare and feels completely out or place. It would still have been excusable if the book had some insight to deliver, but it does not. I would highly NOT recommend this book

  27. 4 out of 5

    Samar Sisodia

    This knowledge is precious! A must read book for everyone. It will open your brain wide open. The content of this book is unparalleled and must be consumed to benefit themselves and for the humanity.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Premnath

    Got this book at the airport. Gives new perspectives on brain vs mind functions.Very lucidly explained

  29. 5 out of 5

    Manojkumar Nimje

    This books is all about the biography of our mind.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Shubham Kumar

    Few of the examples were good as it has been taken from folk tales of ancient India. But it has terrible ideas about behavioral physiology.

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