The Monk of Lantau – Philosophy

Author Name: Mann Matharu

Book Title: The Monk of Lantau

Book Synopsis: The search for a meaningful existence is as universal as it is elusive. When obstacles to happiness and personal goals seem to riddle our horizons, where do we turn for answers?

Meet Matthew, an average Londoner, a family man and a husband, intent on the all-too-normal pursuit of making a better life for himself and his family. When an accident threatens to become the proverbial straw that breaks his back in his pursuit of happiness and personal attainment, Matthew finds himself at a crossroad in his life.

In the way the Universe has of placing the right people in our lives at just the right time, Matthew happens upon a tale from an unlikely source, a tale of a man with mystical healing powers, someone Matthew can seek who can restore balance and harmony to his life and heal his daughter who is fighting for her own. As he traipses from Europe, the Middle East, India and Asia in search of the healer, nothing about the beautiful, trying, and challenging outward journey compares to the progress he makes as he travels into the depths of his own being.

Through Matthew’s journey, we are given the keys to finding the healer for ourselves. Most importantly, readers are invited to harness the beauty and prosperity that comes when we seek ways to recognise that we are all connected to each other and we are all marvellous and powerful creators of our own unique, stunning life story.

Author Bio: Mann Matharu is an award winning author. He lives in and was born in London, in 1979.

His debut novella, The Monk of Lantau, won the Book Excellence Award 2017 in Philosophy. It was also recognised for it’s design, high quality writing and reader appeal.

The Monk of Lantau is Mann’s gift to those who are searching for peace. It is an inspirational fiction work that honours the journey our lives take through self-discovery to attain an existence steeped in balance, compassion, forgiveness and enlightenment.

He has appeared on several BBC Radio shows and is a regular guest on the Sikh Channel, where he discusses the Art of Positive Thinking and spreading the message of attaining inner-peace in order to live a more fulfilled life.

Mann is widely recognised for his entrepreneurial flair, as he has set up and continues to run and manage several businesses. His contributions to society, culture and philanthropy run much deeper and stem from a personal philosophy to live a compassionate and grateful life.

Publisher Name: AuthorHouse