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How to Discover Your Inner Pearl Spiritual Transformation and Self- Transformation

Author Name: Mary Chikkala | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

This book is for those who feel spiritually dry and dormant in mind, and seem unable to make the right decisions in daily life. It will answer the questions of those young adults and older who have lost or resigned from their jobs and have financial difficulties and are thus not able to make the right decisions to move on. This book will give some guidance on how to resolve these problems through prayer, spiritual renewal, Faith in God, and living by virtues and values, through the life examples of Holy persons who lived in the past, and the living examples of some people currently alive. The decision-making strategies through prayer and mental decisions will guide them daily.

A special note: This book is a mosaic of stained glass: Questions to solve major problems geared in the book, both spiritual and physical, guidance from the Holy Writings, and inspiration of Spiritual and Holy people with solutions. It is also comprised of the model problem story to work on, mine, and other people’s story examples. It is well woven throughout the book in 5 chapters to address the current problems people face with spiritual dryness and being dormant in mind with a job loss, and final commandments to follow.

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Mary Chikkala

Mary Chikkala (Minnie Mary Vara Kumari Chikkala), aged 70, is the author of the book "HOW TO DISCOVER THE INNER PEARL"

Born and brought up in a spiritual family, I grew up with deep faith in God from my very childhood. As the years went by, my deep faith latent within had grown stronger. There was no doubt of my life as each moment was a special one and was guided and paved by the Divine. God was the strength of my soul and helped me, those years of young adult were spent for the dedication of people and society. I thrived as a teacher doing part time and fulltime jobs in different village and town schools. 

After spending 2yrs of service in France and five months in Rome/Italy with a unique experience, the time came to move to New Delhi. The experience of life in Delhi was just unforgettable because here began my real-life story due to finding a job, and being self-sufficient was the need of the hour. So, in the mid-90s, I moved to Lucknow city worked at a prestigious school for moral education, teaching the value of prayers and the virtues of life to thousands of students in that school. 

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