Corporate guru Swamy Sukhabodhananda to lecture in capital

via Pioneer News Service | Thiruvanathapuram published on May 8, 2008

Internationally acclaimed Management and Corporate Guru Swami Sukhabodhananda will deliver a two-hour lecture on Success and Satisfaction at the Kanakakunnu Palace Hall from 6 pm on from on Sunday. Admission to the event is free.

Swami Sukhabodhananda, who is a disciple of Swami Chinmayanda and Swami Dayannda Saraswathi, is the founder of Prasanna Trust, Bangalore and its research wing on scientific meditation. He is the only Hindu seer who was invited by the World Economic Forum to talk with its members and is considered as a crafty speaker of Holy Bhagavad-Gita and its management aspects for modern business and personal life. He is recognised worldwide as the maestro of mind who can reform and revision the man within you to a renewed soul who enjoys whatever he or she does and makes it successful and worthy without stress and regret. He is a regular speaker at many forums world wide and awarded by Times of India as ‘Who Speaks Best’ and The Week magazine adjudged his organisation as the highest donating charitable organisation in Karnataka.

His robust message is one the MTV generation would love. ‘Enjoy,’ he says. “If your wife nags you, simply enjoy! If your boss fires you, enjoy!” Swami Sukhabodhananda, who teaches Vedanta in an experiential workshop, powerfully transform the listeners into a third dimension of life where he see only success and satisfaction.

Swamiji’s followers would say that’s a pretty fair likeness of Swami Sukhabodhananda, the internationally acclaimed corporate guru who teaches the popular LIFE (Living in Freedom-An Enquiry) programme.

Particularly if they had caught him in the midst of teaching break dance to a group of youngsters one minute and intoning the Mahamritunjaya Mantra in the next. In the LIFE programme the Swami whips up a soufflé of wisdom made by blending together Vedanta with Gestalt, NLP, Reiki, Zen Buddhism, Sufism and even Scientology. He quotes not just Lord Krishna or Shankaracharya but J Krishnamurthi, Osho and Ouspensky (Gurdjieff’s Boswell). Such a nonsectarian, eclectic approach makes him a hot favorite even among non-traditional participants of personal growth workshops such as the corporate world or teenagers.

Swamiji has done programmes for blue-chip companies like Infosys, ACC, Asian Paints, Godrej, German Remedies, Hoechst, HPCL and ICICI. And his workshops abound with bright young people looking for answers to life sans the sectarian baggage.

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