About the Book: This book properly explains the current popular concept: "I am God." At the level of ego, this statement borders on egotism; The author sees a lot of unfortunate homeless people in America who know this idea; most of the time they self-medicate via drugs and alcohol as well.
Iswara or God provides you seemingly good stuff for your good actions (Karma), and bad stuff for your bad actions. In this book, I have detailed what Iswara is. "I am the all-powerful Iswara" is the simple translation of the human ego asserting itself as "I am God." However, this assertion is lunacy, and not illumination.
What exactly is God, then? What is Iswara actually, and are we Gods? What is Brahman? Who is Yahweh? Where exactly in Heaven is our Father in Heaven? Are we all the children of our Father in Heaven?
Brahman, being attribute-less, is difficult to explain. However, the author has introduced the concept of Brahman as omnipotent etc. in the first chapter itself for purposes of easy comprehension.
It is the author's hope that by the end of this book, your realization that you are indeed that Brahman at the level of fundamental consciousness will make you fearless in life and in death; Brahman is fearlessness indeed. "I and my Father are One," as proclaimed by Jesus, is synonymous with "I am Brahman" and not with "I am the all-powerful Iswara."