Transmutation Of Personality Through Preksha Meditation

Posted: 25.02.2010
Updated on: 31.07.2012


Anuvrat started a new experiment of bringing about a revolution in thought in the field of religion. Treating the external structure of religion as secondary, it has given primary importance to its essential spirit. Earlier, formal worship which is a secondary aspect of religion, was mistakenly given precedence over spirituality which is the soul of religion. Anuvrat halted this reversal of values caused by relegating the primary to the secondary and accepting the secondary as primary. It gave precedence to spirituality. A widespread, illusory conception was abandoned resulting in greater clarity and the re-establislhment of spiritual values. It once again awakened people's faith in spirituality. They displayed greater interest and the urge to practise religion in the laboratory of life became stronger.

The discussion on spirituality unwittingly created the background for preksha dhyana. The seed of preksha was sown the day anuvrat started its campaign for a revolution in thought. For years, this seed was nurtured within. After maturing inside, it sprouted forth and flowered at the appropriate time. From this viewpoint, preksha is no unexpected happening. It is not a sudden jump out of the void. Its origin is the, culmination of a process; it has a whole history behind it. It emerged into existence after creating for itself a solid base.


Acharya Tulsi


Jain Vishwa Bharati, Ladnun, India


Sadhvi Pramukha Kanakprabha (Hindi version)


R. K. Seth


First English Edition 1994

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