Vedantic Path - Radio interview hosted by Preeti Sharma

The Workshops (spiritual discourses or motivational seminars) which I intent to conduct are aimed for Personality Development. Thus the Workshops has a spiritual quality rooted in Eastern Philosophy. Our Philosophy Is Very Simple - “One Should Gain Success By Upholding Ethics And Values".

The ancient seers have endowed many fruitful theories for the benefit of mankind, among them the two prominent theories are Dharma Shastra (Book of Values), and Artha Shastra (Book of Economics). They insist that Artha Shastra should have solid foundation on Dharma Shastra. It means that the concept of 'Gaining' should have A basis on values. Money management is equal to Value management. Therefore, capitalizing on gains by upholding values is relevant in modern society as IT was in the past. Our ancestors had deeper understanding about subtle theories than modern thinkers. Those shrewd intellects peeped into mysteries and ascended with immortal wisdom. Modern folk’s contribution towards humanity is the emergence of technologies. Modern folk astonished the world with their peerless technologies while ancients dazzled the world with their immortal wisdom. The bottom line is that for learning mysteries and abstraction, go back to the ancestors of yore, and rely on the modern folks for innovated technologies. I was fortunate to learn from many books regarding spirituality as well as management. A few management books marvelously crafted are worthwhile for spending time, because of their ability to give us food for thought. Simultaneously, those marvelous ideas are eclipsed by ancient subtlety. Newer concepts are not awesome enough to surpass the ancient concept for making it irrelevant and outdated. Ironically, even in the age of fast & vast development of technology, every fraternity rely on ancient subtle theories to make new discoveries and showcases the peerless ancient wisdom.

The objective of workshops we provide is to provide an insight into the issues creating problems and the techniques for tangibly combating them. Thus, the highlight of workshops Rests on Tools/Techniques imparted. Our workshop does not emphasize on tailor made techniques, which are handy in the new age marketing environment. Our attempt is to awaken potentials latent in THE subtle mind, which bestows the power to construct one's own strategies. Most people rely on tailor made techniques, mainly due to the reluctance of using inner potential. Legendary personalities, instead of being dependent, develop their own strategies from their inner resources. He may or may not get inspiration from other's methodology before making his own. From that inspiration, he builds his own strategy by adopting effective elements from it and collaborating with his innovative thinking. Our job is to inject inspiration to become innovative by relying on inner potentials. To be precise, Awakening is the after effect of these seminars. I focus on those techniques that bestow awakening.

I am teaching not only ancient techniques, but also valuable inputs provided by modern thinkers. Few videos, quotes slides, which are powerful motivators, are an added advantage. Few exercises for finding inner potentials will make a difference. As a supplement, visualizations and holistic healing are volunteered for stress reduction, confidence building etc.

12 Life Skill Development Seminars

Decision Making
Based on Chandogya Upanishad

On Motivation
Based on Katha Upanishad

Gaining Confidence
Based on Mundaka & Isha Upanishad

Tackling Failures
Based on Brhadaranyaka, Kena Upanishad & Gita

Stress Reduction
Based on Katha & Brhadaranyaka Upanishad

Meeting Deadlines
Based on Mandukya Upanishad

Managing Thoughts
Based on Mundaka, Prasna & Chandogya Upanishad

Behavior Skills
Based on Aitareya & Isa Upanishad

Leadership Skills
Based on Taittiriya, Chandogya & Brhadaranyaka Upanishad

Learn To Think
Based on Chandogya & Brhadaranyaka Upanishad

Character Building
Based on Aitareya & Brhadaranyaka Upanishad

Oratory Skills
Based on Taittiriya, Brhadaranyaka Upanishad & Western Thoughts