Author Interview- Anita Rajani


Can you tell us a little about your book? 

This book is about the concept of Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine, also known as Shivshakti which permeates this entire creation and is the base of the whole concept of this world that we see. It exists in every part of our life and without it, we cannot exist. For example, it's in our cells in the form of atoms and molecules and the brain as left brain and right brain, the air that we inhale and exhale, etc. Similarly, it exists in the entire concept called ‘life’. This book is a conversation between Shiva and Shakti and these concepts are explored.


Is there a specific event that inspired this story or was this an out-of-the-blue idea?

No event inspired me in particular but having experienced the spiritual side of life, it's something that's been observed and this book came as a channeled message.  


What got you writing in the first place?

I have been into writing for the past 8 years but have never published anything officially.


What was your impression of your first draft when you read it?

I was kind of surprised at the way it got created into this lovely book. It needed some editing and language correction though 


Which part of your story connects the most with you? Why?

I completely resonate with the inner balance of the masculine and feminine within us to create something in our life. 


What makes your book the one to read?

It's a new concept of an understanding of the universe and how we exist in it. It's the knowledge that needs to be spread to all. It's written in a simple and interesting conversation style to keep the interest running through the book. 


What was the best advice you got while writing? 

When someone read what I had written I was advised to publish it 


Who’s your all-time favorite author? Which book of his/hers made you fall in love with them? 

My favorite authors have been many. When I was younger, I would read Sidney Sheldon and Daniel Steele and then I shifted to self-help books. The books that changed my life were ‘Many Lives Many Masters’ by Brian Weiss and ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’ by Robin Sharma.


What is your evergreen tip to the writers out there?

Keep exploring and keep improving 


Do you have another plot brewing?

Yes, it's another channeled book of Sai Baba where simple questions by his devotees are answered like why do good people suffer? Or why hasn't my life changed irrespective of praying or why aren’t my prayers being answered and so on.



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