Self-remembrance is one of the key practices of meditation in the Vedantic tradition. Self-remembrance grounds us in our eternal reality and in our prime purpose in life, which is to realize who we are in our inmost essence beyond all outer changes of time, place or action. Self-remembrance is not remembrance of our ordinary
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Foreword by Dr David Frawley to RISHI TALES (Volume 1) by U. Mahesh Prabhu. The book is available on Amazon.com for $9.99 and Amazon.in for INR 200.00 India’s vast and sublime Sanskrit literature is full of wonderful stories, anecdotes, parables and paradoxes since the oldest Rigveda thousands of years ago. Great epics like the enigmatic
The Vedic Model of Leadership is first of all that of the Rishi or seer. The Rishi is a visionary, connected to the conscious forces of the universe, in harmony with nature’s intelligence, and living a life of dharmic values. Vedic mantras, particularly those of the most ancient Rigveda, arise from the Rishis’ direct cognition
The following is the complete foreword written by Dr David Frawley to “Essentials of Vedic Wisdom for Blissful Living Book”. The book is authored by U. Mahesh Prabhu Founder & Director of Vedic Management Center. Vedic wisdom is perhaps the most important system of knowledge for the future well-being of humanity and for the planet
Self-remembrance is one of the key practices of meditation in the Vedantic tradition. Self-remembrance grounds us in our eternal reality
Mahadevi, the Great Goddess, has many names and forms in Jyotish, the Vedic astrological science of light. These range
Shakti, the intrinsic grace of the Divine Mother Goddess, holds the supreme power of spiritual, psychological and bodily well-being. Connecting
Following Ayurveda along with Yoga helps us gain complete harmony and balance in body and mind so that we can
Ojas is the ultimate resort of strength, patience and endurance for body and mind. Ojas is cultivated in Ayurveda for
Ma Durga is the protective form of Shakti, burning up all ignorance, as her fiery nature energises our highest motivation.