Thursday, November 29, 2007

Money Workshop In Delhi

This is your Wake-Up Call for Money .

A Perfect Time to look into your life and find out if all is well in your Money World.

The realities of your present situation....

You are doing fairly well, but have Big Ambitions and Dreams. You want to give all Comforts and Luxuries to your family which you did not have in your life. You want your Children to be Well Educated and a want to send them to the best schools and colleges. You want to achieve Success in your Business, Work or Profession. You aspire to lead a content and fulfilled life. You are looking for ways to make this happen.

You have all the Material Comforts but something is missing "Spirituality. You want to discover the Larger Purpose of life and its Secrets.

The Right Place and the Right time
And now you are here? Ask yourself why?
You are here not just because you have Time or By Mistake.
You have Chosen to be here to get Perfect Answers.
Your own Desires have got you here. Some Greater Power (Some may call it God) has helped you to come here-to discover a Bright Money Future.

This will be the most Beautiful Event in your Life.
Relax; Be Assured for a new Chapter is going to unfold in your life.

Money Workshop
By Suresh Padmanabhan
Author of International Bestseller "I Love Money"

Date : 1st (Sat) & 2nd (Sun) December 07
9.30 AM to 5.30 PM on Day 1
9 .00 AM to 7.00 PM on Day 2
Venue : 5/23,1st Floor Punjabi Bagh Ext. New Delhi-110026
Course Fee : Rs. 3500/- Per person

Book Online or Call Sandeep Goswamy 9818181991


Tuesday, November 20, 2007

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Monday, November 19, 2007

If Life Is Water...

If life is water, then the jobs, money and position we hold in society are the cups. They are just tools to hold and maintain our life; but the quality of life doesn't change. If we only concentrate on the cup, we won't have time to enjoy or taste the water in it.

Monday, November 12, 2007

Your soul can never be given away

“Your soul can never be given away. Your heart itself has never been yours. It has always been on loan. You can only return it to the person Who always owned it. Love itself is not about conquest but rather About surrender.”

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Putting Others First By Eknath Easwaran

John Donne said, “No man is an island.” That is why selfless relationships lead to happiness, while a self-centered life leads to loneliness and alienation.

As human beings, it is our nature to be part of a whole, to live in a context where personal relationships are supportive and close. Dwelling on ourselves builds a wall between ourselves and others. Those who keep thinking about their needs, their wants, their plans, their ideas, cannot help becoming lonely and insecure.

The simple but effective technique I recommend is learning to put other people first – beginning within the circle of our family and friends and co-workers, where there is already a basis of love on which to build. When husband and wife try to put each other first, for example, they are not only moving closer to each other. They are also removing the barriers of their ego-prison, which deepens their relationships with everyone else as well. It is important to remember here that putting others first does not mean making yourself a doormat, or saying yes to whatever others want. It means putting the other person’s welfare before your own personal desires.

That is what love is: the other person’s welfare means more to you than your own. And love often requires you to say no. When we put others first, we deepen our own security and dramatically enrich our relationships.

Friday, November 9, 2007

Significance Of Dipawali (Sent By a Member)

Dipawali is one of the most important festivals of India which has both social and spiritual significance. Dipawali is celebrated in autumn.

According to Pauranic scriptures, on the night of the new moon, when Dipawali is celebrated, the Goddess of Prosperity, Maa Lakshmi, descends on earth and visits everyone's home to find the ones worthy of having the priviledge to provide Her with shelter. How does Lakshmi decide which is the right place for Her to stay? According to the Pauranic scriptures, the Goddess says: "I live in the house of those who are good in moral appearance, who have good character and are wise in their actions, those who are always ready to fulfill their duties, those who never misuse their energy on anger, those who have faith in God, are grateful and have control over their senses, those who follow the path of righteousness carefully and serve the elders and gurus with devotion, those who have full control over themselves in all kinds of circumstances and are confident, those who have the forgiveness in their hearts and have the passion to help others." According to the scriptures, the Goddess says: "I love those women who care for their family's unity and who have character and discipline."

We can assume that the female form signifies a safe and warm shelter. Whereas the male form might suggest a atern father. This is just the case when young children are upset. They need a female form to feel safe again. In the meditation, the smiling Lakshmi gives courage to Her restless children. She shows them the path to tranquility, away from the restlessness of amabasya. She shows them her four hands. The first hand (lower right) has all five fingers joined together and there is the sacred swastik on the palm. The swastik symbolizes nobleness of character. The enjoined five fingers signify that all five senses are under control. In the upper right hand, Maa Lakshmi is holding a red lotus. The flower again represents character, and the colour represents materialism and warmth of sentiment. The interpretation can be that we are reminded that even in material aspects we must maintain the character of a lotus. Only then can the five senses come under control.The lower left hand of Maa Lakshmi is releasing the eternal river of wealth. This signifies that we must release the material world from our minds. This can only happen when the heart is pure. In Her last hand, Lakshmi holds a pitcher that symbolizes true wealth and prosperity, not the material sort that most believers mistakenly expect from the Great Mother on this auspicious day. Hindus erroniously believe that we perform Lakshmi puja to receive material wealth. Many of the nights of Dipawali are spent gambling, in the opes of inspiring Maa Lakshmi's generosity. This must be far from the truth, She must surely be leery of and tire from those of us who simply crave Her presence for the sake of material gains. The wealth and prosperity that we associate with the Goddess Lakshmi is supposed to be the evolution of the soul, mind, character, and therefore behaviour. On Kartika Amabasya, Lakshmi forearms Her devotees with the advise to leave the path of worldly comforts and pleasures and to move towards the paths of purity, generosity, and compassion.

Happy Dipawali to all of you!

Monday, November 5, 2007

Master Your Plan & Be In Sync With The Masterplan

It is only if everybody is a masterstroke that your life becomes a masterpiece. Visualise your 3 year (1008 days) plan to the last detail then implement with total focus what you can finish be night fall. The key element of this exercise is your implementation each day will become deeper and more resonating. Then your plan will become in Sync with the Master plan.

Saturday, November 3, 2007

"Getting angry with your actions or lack there of is a good thing"

"Getting angry with your actions or lack there of is a good thing. It is a continuous process for anyone who leads. However, feeling sorry for yourself is not. Losing would mean that you have tried and failed. All of us lose on the path to victory. The danger is in not getting up and trying again. Standing still is not losing. Standing still is the fastest way to move backwards."

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