The Art of Thinking
If you want to take responsibility for your thoughts, then study and practise the art of thinking!
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About this product
THE ART OF THINKING is a book revealing the power of thought. It explains the domino effect of our thoughts, influencing our feelings and actions. The explanations of Sister Jayanti, European Director of the Brahma Kumaris, who has spent over 40 years reflecting on the power of thought and meditation, aid in creating those constructive, positive and benevolent thoughts for ourselves, our relationships and surroundings, enabling a happy and contented life.
About the author
Sister Jayanti is the Director of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University in the UK, and a much sought-after speaker throughout the world. Born in India and educated in the West, she brings together Eastern wisdom and Western lifestyle through a life based on spiritual principles and meditation since the age of nineteen. Sister Jayanti communicates a unique and positive vision of how we can create a better world. Her own natural wisdom and gentle but powerful personality have touched and inspired millions of people in over 80 countries.
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