Abstract Thinking: [00.01] Benedictory

Published: 07.08.2006
Updated: 05.01.2009

A man's life-style is conditioned by his thinking, which also forms the basis of his physical constitution, his method of working and the evolution of his personality. He becomes what he desires to be. His disposition, morality and conduct are also influenced by his thought. According to the celebrated scientist, Carl Simontone, the impact of positive thinking is astounding. It is, therefore, most desirable that whenever a man thinks he should do so with the whole of his mind and with a full sense of responsibility. His foresight and well- considered view form a major part of his personality.

It is open to anyone to accept or reject the idea of changing one's personality through thinking. We have no wish to impose our belief on any one. But those afflicted with doubt on this score, might read with advantage Acharya Mahaprajna's mature work, ("Abstract Thinking"), and after clearing the jungle of their misconceptions, sow the seed of a new realization.

The practice of anupreksha and bhavana [contemplations] has proved infallible for living a balanced life, after doing away with the frustrations and distortions born of inferiority complex. That is what the present book formulates. Because of its lucidity and scientific basis, this book is capable of guiding forward the intelligentsia of any class or society.

The literature of Acharya Mahaprajna is progressively becoming more and more popular. Its popularity is significant in so far as it helps the readers to dissolve the screen that covers their consciousness of knowledge and experience, and give birth to a new man in themselves.

Ganadhipati Acharya Tulsi
Anuvrat Bhavan
New Delhi
11 January, 1988

Sources
  • Abstract Thinking
    by Acharya Mahaprajna, © 1988
  • Edited by  Muni Dulheraj
  • Translated by Muni Mahendra Kumar
  • Published by Jain Vishva Barati
  • Edition 1999 compiled by Samani Stith Pragya

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