Asked what readers can gain from “ I Am The Change I Seek: A Primer In Self Realization,” Kathleen Suneja was quick to answer, “I want readers to understand self-realization for themselves and within their inner beings so that they may overcome adversity in their lives.” In eight steps, the reader receives an introduction to her program to achieve self-realization to calm the mind towards inner contentment. Replete with practical knowledge, this concisely written volume introduces the reader to powerful affirmations to achieve inner healing and essential self-realization.
Set in India and the Soviet bloc during 1970s and ‘80s, Suneja shares her journey of self-realization which began during the dark days of the Cold War. As did many others, she lived in the shadow of an oppressive regime. She writes a candid and ruthlessly honest account of her life and the human condition as an activist. Her determination to change this condition led her to start the “Total Revolution.” She suffered as did countless others during this experience. This never before told account gives the reader an inside view and first glimpse into the mind of an activist. The changes started by her culminated in life changing world peace and freedom from communism. Her impressive biography lends credibility to the ideas in her book.
Having found the keys to self-knowledge and lifelong contentment, Suneja writes that freedom is a state of mind whereby one develops a new relationship with the self. To effect change, Suneja exhorts readers to become aware of their inner being in relation to the mind, body and spirit. This practical approach of the book renders it an ideal primer to begin working on oneself and explore one's reality.
Well-written and well-timed, this penetrating self-help book integrates much of traditional spiritual thinking into a modern, more accessible psychological understanding.
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About the Author
Kathleen Suneja is an activist, philosopher and author who has brought her philosophy to expressing solutions to contemporary world problems.