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Is Your Mind Really Yours?


The cornerstone of this lively and highly readable book is the idea of operating from the ‘free spirit’ as opposed to the programmed mind. In doing so, one can truly experience freedom, growth and contentment.

Ajay Sachdeva asserts that life, at its core, is centred on the relationship one has with one’s self—that is, with one’s thoughts and emotions. These in turn influence one’s relationship with one’s ‘external’ world, including families, friends, society and the workplace. Is Your Mind Really Yours? raises several important questions for the readers to reflect on. It invites them to examine life from another perspective: the setting free of conditioned ideas, belief systems and stereotypes—all of which never belonged to individuals in the first place. It is in this establishing of the connection with the inner true self that they can begin to feel the liberation that was always within them but got caged in a mental trap.

Product details

  • Paperback: 180 pages
  • Publisher: Niyogi Books; First edition (17 October 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 938690604X
  • ISBN-13: 978-9386906045
  • Package Dimensions: 21.6 x 13.7 x 1.7 cm
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About The Author

Ajay Sachdeva graduated in Mathematics from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. This was followed by a postgraduate degree in Operations Research from Delhi University. For securing first rank in this course at the university, he is the recipient of a gold medal. He went on to pursue a two-year Management programme from IIM, Ahmedabad. This is his first book. He has over 37 years of rich experience working with several leading Indian and multinational corporations. His key areas of expertise include marketing, business strategy and managing start-up ventures. Recently, he retired as the managing director of an Indo–British joint venture enterprise, which he helped build from scratch. Ajay now mentors a few start-up ventures and is also a visiting faculty member at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, New Delhi. His interests include reading, travelling, music, badminton and chess. Of late, he has taken to writing on spirituality. Many of his articles have been published in the Awakening Times, an e-magazine published in Serbia and also in the blogs of the Speaking Tree. Ajay currently lives in New Delhi.


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