Sarita Mathur’s Book Once Again Love Reconnecting With Heart
Once Again Love: Reconnecting with the Heart by South-Africa based author and poet Sarita Mathur. In this inspiring book, the author introduces readers to the joy of a life filled with love. Through its unique combination of poetry and prose, the book launches readers to the metaphysical aspects of life through instances of both science and spirituality.
In the motivational collection Once Again Love, author Sarita Mathur introduces readers to the joy of a life filled with love through a whimsical mixture of poetry and prose. At times heartbreaking, Sarita’s recollection of the experiences that brought her to this point of inner radiance remains an uplifting testament to the power of positive thinking.
The book tells the story of Sarita’s journey towards recovery as she rediscovers the inner peace that love can bring. She emphasizes the transient nature of the ups and downs of life through her “V for Victory” model: Many times, we begin life on a high or “up” swing, only to eventually plunge down into the depths of despair as our hopes and dreams seem ever further out of reach. Through the “V” model of thinking, however, Sarita emphasizes the inevitable upward motion of victory, of finding triumph and joy in life once again.
Not your typical motivational self-help book, Once Again Love not only contemplates an individual’s reconnection with love and all its power, but also touches upon other global themes such as forgiveness, corruption, selflessness, and sound healing. Through its unique combination of poetry and prose, this book will introduce readers to the metaphysical aspects of life through instances of both science and spirituality. It is a must-read.
About the Author
Author and poet, Sarita Mathur has dedicated herself to a lifetime of healing and helping others to find their true potential. She was educated at Maharani Gayatri Devi Girl’s School, a boarding school in Jaipur. She went on to do her Honours in English Literature and graduated from St. Bede’s College in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh in 1984. She lived in Lagos after her marriage where she was part of a book club specializing in African and Caribbean Literature. She moved to Durban in 1995. Sarita taught Reiki and Emotional Intelligence, and a course called ‘The Caterpillar has Become a Butterfly.’
Mathur’s writing has also garnered her worldwide attention. She was a semi-finalist in the Lentswe Poetry Project and has had poems featured in Unbreaking the Rainbow (an anthology of South African poetry), The Hudson View, and a Haitian-themed poetry anthology among others. She has also been a guest speaker at the Live Poets Society in Durban, South Africa, featured on the South African television program Eastern Mosaic, and profiled for a newspaper column titled “Women Who Made a Difference.”