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Suresh Padmanabhan

Suresh Padmanabhan is an author, a public speaker, a columnist, and the creator of Money Workshop. He is also the creator of amazing workshops like Sankalpa Siddhi, Ancient Secrets of Life and Veda of Life His book I Love Money has been translated into 11 Indian and foreign languages and is an international best seller. His recent inspirational fiction “On Cloud 9" is creating waves all over. He has toured across various parts of the world conducting Money Workshops since the last 12 years. He has spoken to more than a million people worldwide and also to various corporate on varied topics connected with self-growth, money, wealth creation, spirituality, and stock markets. All his workshops and books are in-depth and of full intensity for applying on a day-to-day basis. He loves the wisdom of Ancient India—the rich lineage of Rishi’s, Guru’s, and Masters; feels the completeness in their teachings; and believes that India has timeless wisdom to share to the world. All his works will reflect this philosophy. He is proud to be an Indian and wants the world to recognize the rich heritage of India. His aim is to have impact on millions of people worldwide and raise their level of consciousness in all areas, especially pertaining to Money, Life, and Spirituality.
Nov
02

Power of Mantra Vibrations

Powerful Mantrasby Suresh Padmanabhan

Mantras are India’s greatest gift to the world. The word “mantra” is derived from two Sanskrit words. “Man” means mind, “tra” means protect or freedom.
It literally means free the confused mind and allow the mind to become peaceful within.
Mantras have been created by the Gurus and Masters of India since thousands of years. They are discovered in a deep
meditative state and directly from the Universal Vibrations.

They are sound vibrations using a fusion Fusion of Ragas, vocals, and music to achieve a particular result.Mantras are energy based sounds and they produce magical results. The person listening to the Mantra reaches the same state as the sound vibration of the Mantra. This vibration attracts similar vibrations from the Universe.

India has many Mantras. There are Mantras for Money, Relationships,Health and Prosperity, to get married, to have children, and to discover higher spiritual powers within.

Nov
01

System of Purusharthas

System of Purusharthas

Suresh Padmanabhan

If there is one place on the face of earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is India!

—Romaine Rolland

Purusharthas means the individual’s objectives to living. The individual has to adhere to a system so that she/he has a meaningful life.

The four pursusharthas are dharma, artha, kama, and moksha.

Let us put the above technical terms into practical livable truths:

Dharama means righteousness and duties, i.e., well-thought-of rules and regulations for harmony of self and nature.

Artha means material, money, and wealth.

Kama means desires.

Moksha means liberation or enlightenment.

The beauty of the system is its timelessness. Do look at the chronological order which is the most relevant part of the system.

Nov
01

The Most Ancient System of Money

The Most Ancient System of Money

Suresh Padmanabhan

Whatever sphere of the human mind you may select for your special study, whether it be language, or religion, or mythology, or philosophy, whether it be law or customs, primitive art or primitive science, everywhere you have to go to India, whether you like it or not, because some of the most valuable and instructive materials of the history of man are treasured up in India and India only.

Friedrich Maximilian Müeller

Ancient India had the most positive approach to money. They knew that money is a part of life and hence has its relevant space. They also discovered how to transcend and go beyond money. Hence many systems were created which are timeless and universal in nature. The masters had great wisdom to come down to the levels of consciousness of the common people. They spoke in metaphors, gave examples, and devised systems that anyone could understand. The sadness today is that those timeless messages have been lost to the modern society. Also what the rishis meant have been drastically misunderstood and misrepresented.

It will be great to become fully aware, go back to the times of the rishis, and understand what they said of the purest truths that existed. They spoke in many ways but the basic was always the same: Follow the system to get good results.

So I am taking you back to the time where you can listen to the original voices of the rishis, gurus, and masters. Read with attention, and yes follow the system to lead a grand life. Let us understand the first system: System of Purusharthas.

 

 

Nov
01

Ancient India: 10,000 Years Plus of an Dazzling Civilization and Modern USA

Ancient India: 10,000 Years Plus of an Dazzling Civilization By Suresh Padmanabhan


India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most instructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India.
—Mark Twain

I have always admired India especially Ancient India. Such an advanced civilization. It only pains me that we as Indians have lost the legacy which was passed down by our Masters. Here is a brief synopsis of Ancient India which we all need to be proud of. Do share with the younger generation who are supposed to take India back to its glorious days.

For me USA symbolises the West. I admire the spirit of USA. What Indians did in the Ancient past, USA did it all in the last few hundred years. There are many things which one should learn from USA.

Learn about all the Outer achievements from USA and Learn about all Inner achievements from Ancient India.

Anyone who can synthesis both the outer and the inner will become Evolved.

Marriage of ideas between USA and India can make the world a unique place.

Request to one and all to pour your heart and soul to make it happen.

May
26

God of Money – Laughing Buddha

God of MoneyEvery one must have seen the statute of “Laughing Buddha”. He is also called as the “Happy Man”. In actuality he was named Hotei or Pu-Tai is best known as the jolly Laughing Buddha. In China, he is known as the Loving or Friendly One. He is based on an eccentric Chinese Ch’an (Zen) monk who lived over 1,000 years ago and has become a significant part of Buddhist and Shinto culture. Because of this monk’s benevolent nature, he came to be regarded as an incarnation of the bodhisattva who will be Maitreya (the Future Buddha). His large protruding stomach and jolly smile have given him the common designation “Laughing Buddha.”

Nowadays he is more popular in India than anywhere. Most homes have his idol and generally believed that keeping his idol gets good luck. One generally keeps his idol facing the door ( as per feng- shui ) so that anyone comes in your home sees him first. He is considered good luck symbol for Money.

The Laughing Buddha’s image graces many temples, restaurants, and amulets, as he has become a deity of contentment and abundance. The image of Hotei is almost always seen carrying a cloth or linen sack (that which never empties), which is filled with many precious items, including rice plants (indicating wealth), candy for children, food, or the woes of the world. He is patron of the weak, poor and children.

Laughing Buddha statues depict a stout, smiling or laughing bald man in robes with a largely exposed potbelly stomach, which symbolizes happiness, good luck, and plenitude. Some sculpture has small children at his feet. Another item that is usually seen with the Laughing Buddha figure is a begging bowl to represent his Buddhist nature.