Transform Yourself – By Acharya Mahapragya

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About the Book

A man comprises many facets, and there is always a struggle between good and bad thoughts, emotions and actions. One who was very calm in the morning becomes angry as the scorching sun at noon, a person who is usually decent and well-liked becomes a demon and hard to tolerate. These contradictory states coexist in a person and it is a constant struggle to subdue the negativity and unlock positive energies.

Based on decades of deep thought on the subject, venerated guru Acharya Mahapragya offers a phased, multi-dimensional approach to becoming more aware of ourselves in order to break free of the bondage of negative thought, speech and action.

ISBN: 9789350291146; Harper Collins

About the Author

Acharya Mahapragya was one of the most celebrated Jain thinkers of the world and  the tenth Acharya of the Jain Shwetambar Terapanth sect. Born in 1920 in a village in Rajasthan, he became a monk at the age of ten. A multidimensional personality and a renowned scholar of Indian and Western philosophy and religion, Acharya Mahapragya was a prolific writer and called a ‘modern Vivekananda’. He traversed more than 100,000 km on foot and visited 10,000 villages to spread the message of non-violence. He was honoured with the Communal Harmony Award in 2004 for his contribution in this field.


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