Ahimsa Yatra : Jaipur - Change is the Universal Law

Published: 04.05.2008
Updated: 02.07.2011


Acharya Mahapragya in his daily speech at Anuvibha said that to change is the universal law and nature move as per their law. With the time, changes is occurring in every aspects of nature, in man and every where.

Man has the capability to develop, to create and to change. Hence he can change his fate also by the making efforts. Discussing further on the development part, he said that there are two aspects to develop - one in the internal world & second is the development in the outer materialistic world. Man has developed the outer world’s material to manifolds but his inner world is still in the infant stage. He requires to make efforts for the development of inner world. This effort will result in changing the fate.

In Preksha Meditation camp that started on Friday May 3, 2008, many foreign participants also arrived for training at Anuvibha. While speaking with them, Acharya Mahapragya told that with the external journey, one must learn to do internal journey also. Knowledge of internal consciousness is must for everyone. When we learn to do internal journey, then only we can have a tension free peaceful life.

In the phases of dignitaries, Mr. Sanjay Naik, son of Maharashtra Environment and Labour minister arrived at Anuvibha to convey his regards to Acharya Mahapragya.


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