The following issues have been discussed in the book ‘Subtle and physical aspects of human beings’. Attributes of prana that keeps the human body alive. Integration of human subtle and physical existence. The power, weaknesses and trainability of the ‘mind’. Importance of mental laws in human life How thoughts influence individual’s life. Breathing phenomenon in totality. State of mind and its effect on breathing. What ‘pranayama’ really is and what are its benefits Significance of emotions in human life. Addressing of ‘mind’ stressed out of an emotional attack.
A product of St. Anthony’s School, Shillong and St. Edmund’s College, Shillong, Sri Tarit Kumar Pal had graduated in Metallurgical Engineering from Regional Engineering College (currently known as National Institute of Technology), Rourkela and joined Indian Iron and Steel Company, Burnpur (presently known as IISCO Steel Plant, Steel Authority of India Ltd. –ISP, Sail, Burnpur) as officer trainee in 1970. He finally retired from the services of Sail in Nov. 2007 as Executive Director ISP, Sail. After retirement, between 2007 and 2012 he had served several private companies as a senior consultant. Apart from his academic brilliance, he was a distinguished cricket and table tennis player. He was a quick decision maker and motivator and was highly regarded in Sail for his knowledge, experience and prompt actions in various disciplines such as Iron Making, Steel Making, Colliery Management and Human Resource Management. Many of his decisions in the technical as well as personnel front yielded outstanding results for the companies he served. On numbers of occasions, he had represented Sail in connection with Technology Transfer and Project Management and travelled as a delegate to U.K, France, Germany, Hungary and Brazil. He had earlier written six books – 1. Wake up and make it happen, 2. Power of thoughts. 3. Healing power of breathing. 4. How to overcome fear, stress and anger. 5. Prana to pranayama and 6. Attitude can be changed.