Yearly Archives: 2020

Seven tips to a strong nervous system during tapas

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In the past two and half months, I have been volunteering in a global digital project assigned by my Guru, HDH Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam (fondly known as Swamiji) in preparation for the launch of the world’s first digital nation – … Continue reading

Prepare yourself for a new conscious world order

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Are you aware that the planet earth is undergoing a massive dissolution and rejuvenation itself? Do you know there is a spiritual context in the chaos we are experiencing now? The Covid19 pandemic may have taken less than 1% of … Continue reading

Birth of a conscious business

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The blow by Covid19 pandemic has already left a huge impact in the world’s economy resulting in shut-down of many industries and massive job losses. Nobody knows how long this uncertainty will continue. Question people have in mind – will … Continue reading

Time to boost your immunity

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Do you know why it is so important to have a strong immunity system? See, you are aware that people with low immunity are very susceptible to viruses and infections, especially during this period of Coronavirus pandemic. Hence, strengthening of … Continue reading

Teach children to relate with animal species

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How do you teach your child to feel comfortable with animals as part of mother nature? Yesterday, I had the fortune of conducting a special online Gurukul class with a group children and parents from different countries like Singapore, Europe … Continue reading

Home-school your intelligent child

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Have you thought of home-schooling your child or children? Are you aware of the gaps in the current education system? Are you one of the conscious parents who are willing to take responsibility to home-school your child?   Ten years … Continue reading

My spiritual adventure in South India

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Two weeks ago, I went on a spontaneous two-week South India tour with a group of 5 seekers to many kshetras (sacred energy fields of Hinduism) – where I always wanted to visit but never could find time previously. I … Continue reading