Understand Your Man-Women Relationships

© 2018, By Prashant S. Shah


This outline is prepared by me (Prashant) from my experience in counselling and from my notes on reading the popular book: “Men are from Mars” by Dr. Gray. The general idea is that men and women are the products of different models: Hence, their natures are different; they see things differently; and they act and react differently. If you take the trouble to understand the differences, you save yourself a lot of misunderstandings and trouble. And, as a consequence you will do much better in all your men-women relationships.

Some comments received:

  1. Just saw this article. To say it is merely excellent understates the wisdom and impact that it has on the reader. It goes into the fundamental nature of men and women, which can be opposing or complementary as the case might be. I like the way that you have shown the qualities and reactions of each side by side – it really adds to the clarity that a much larger volume will lose sight of. This piece was an absolute gem. It was timely for me because… M. G. Machayya
  2. Enjoyed reading. Obviously you have more experience in that you meet with many people. Well thought out and simple. Dr. S. Rajan

The main differences are:



Women talk to vent out their emotions; and men interrupt them by offering solutions. (This is a man’s biggest mistake.) Women make comments to try to change a man; that is to make him change his habits. (This is a women’s biggest mistake.)
Men want occasional big expressions of love (sex). The superficial fondling doesn’t satisfy them. Women want frequent little expressions of love — they want a lot of pampering and appreciation.
To feel better, men withdraw into themselves or get busy doing something. (It gives them a shelter or temporary relief.) To feel better, women must discuss it — whether the man likes it or not. (They must do it to vent or relieve their emotions.)
For men, if she is not asking or complaining about something, he thinks that he is doing okay. (However, she may be frustrated and anxiously waiting for him to respond to some dissatisfaction that she had shown!) For women, if she has to ask for expressions of love and affection she interprets that she is being taken for granted. (Then she will try to get even by playing hard to get or by behaving difficult.)
Men want to be appreciated and trusted. (If you tell them they did a good job or you trust their judgement, it raises you in their eyes.) Women want to be cherished or flattered. (If you don’t praise them, they will show their need by telling you of other people who do it!)
When a man wants something they cannot have, they withdraw into themselves or show anger. (Women react to this expression, but they refuse to see the part they played in making it happen!) When women want something, they nag or do verbal bashing to have their way. (Men resent this very much, but usually they don’t give in easily.)

Men are from Mars

Men value power, competency, efficiency, and achievement. Hence, they do things to prove themselves. They will develop their skills to improve their power. They derive self-worth from the ability to earn or achieve results.

Thus, men are more interested in ‘objects’ and ‘things’ rather than people and feelings. They fantasize about speed and power whereas women fantasize about romance. Thus, men like powerful cars, faster computers, sports, and more powerful technology. They get preoccupied with ‘things’ that help them to express their power to create results and accomplish something.

However, when a man gets focused on his work or on solving problems, the woman thinks that he is neglecting her or that he doesn’t care about her feelings!

Women are from Venus

Women value attention, communication, looks, and relationships. They derive self-worth from how they are regarded. Hence, they spend a lot of time in supporting, helping, and nurturing. Talking and relating is their most satisfying preoccupation.

Women think emotionally and not logically. They are attracted by subjects like psychology, personality development, religious practices and health. They like to nurture things. So they keep plants, like gardens and love flowers. They also love shopping and to be with children.

Women are intuitive. Hence, they find it easier to anticipate the needs and feelings of others. They can offer help or assistance to others without being asked. (Men usually have to be asked for help!) Women also accept help more readily when it is offered. (Men can refuse the help – since they prefer to demonstrate their own ability to do things).

Keep these different models in your mind and you will do much better in all your men-women relationships.


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Marrying the Wrong Person?

© 2016, By Prashant S. Shah, http://spiritual-living.in

What are the chances that you will marry the wrong person? It’s certainly a high possibility; and most of us in modern society are seriously afraid of it.

But, why does the ‘wrong person’ happen to us? Is there a flaw in how we choose our partner? Have we gone wrong somewhere? Many of us recall the lasting relationship our grandparents enjoyed. So what was the traditional glue that kept them together? Can we have a traditional marriage relationship in the modern times? To find answers to these questions, read further:


  • Why does the ‘wrong person’ happen to us?
  • Is there a flaw in how we choose our partner?
  • Where exactly have we gone wrong?
  • Aren’t we supposed to marry for Love?
  • Can I have a traditional marriage relationship in modern times?


Why does the ‘wrong person’ happen to us?

Marrying the wrong person has become a high possibility, and today most of us have become afraid of it. It has made us very cautious, and we feel the need to take time to know our partner. Unfortunately, that exercise doesn’t help us because we come to know BOTH the good and bad side. Hence, we remain confused, and so we are unable to decide.

Male and female symbols on scales

Some of us try to improve the odds of success by setting off the undesirable points against the desirable points. In this way we try to see if the marriage is still a bargain. However, the uncertainty remains; and most of us will still land up marrying the wrong person!

The wrong person happens to us because we do our thinking from one side; from our side. We overrate the issue of choice and underrate the need for trust in the relationship. Our expectations are unrealistic and we easily fool ourselves in believing that we are getting a good deal. In either case we are unable to anticipate the issues that can arise only after our relationship has been fixed.

Is there a flaw in how we choose our partner?

When we are youthful, we pick our partner on the basis of sexual attraction or ‘chemistry’. We get infatuated with physical beauty, and so we underrate all the other qualities in the partner. However, our criterion changes as we mature (and women mature much faster). Women usually give more value to the status attached to having the partner (financial security, reputation, etc.). But men still remain obsessed with looks – as though a pretty face is the trophy. Later on, as wisdom arises, both sides begin to value the marriage more for the companionship it offers. Then the most important factors are having similar goals, common interests and a partner who complements our abilities.

The flaw usually arises because we select a person with our ‘youthful criteria’; and this criterion does not serve when we mature and our preferences change. The modern society has remedied this problem with DIVORCE. But that leaves us without a partner! We still want happiness through marriage; we want to live a family life (with children); and we want lifetime relationships (relatives).

Where exactly have we gone wrong?

By now some of us understand that marriage is basically a traditional concept, and that it not fit easily into the fabric of modern society. Marriage has served the human society since thousands of years, even before the organised religions took shape. However, the modern trend, as expressed through social media and movies, is to sell us a different story. They tell us the traditional stories interpreted with the modern values. And in this way they imply that marriages in the past also didn’t work out. However, if you are not easily deceived by these suggestions, you can see that they speak like the FOX who says: “The grapes are sour”; whereas the truth is that he just cannot reach them!

Many of us can still recall the lasting relationship that was enjoyed by our grandparents. We ask: “What was the traditional glue that kept these people together?” The glue or the binding force in traditional society was the COMMITMENT that partners made BEFORE A HIGHER AUTHORITY. The commitment transformed the ‘issue of choice and pleasure’ into the ‘issue of acceptance and duty’. It did not overcome the differences in opinion that usually arise between the partners of the opposite sex. However, it only changes how you regard your partner.

In traditional society considers the partner as ‘God given’. Hence, you accept the other person just as you accept your own children. Differences arise, but it is for you as individuals to the partnership, to make the necessary adjustments and accommodate each other’s feelings and work as a unity. It is admitted that in traditional society the women had the role to do most of the adjusting and to hold the family together. However, they did it as a part of their duty to their own welfare and their commitment before a higher authority.

The modern times have changed this traditional model. Its women’s era they say. The women assert their rights and claim their entitlements. They feel that being committed to the partner’s and family’s welfare would make it a ‘lose-win’ situation for them. So, if they prefer to reverse the table and ensure that the partner gets his share of the suffering; and they do it without compromising their share of entitlements. Gradually the relationship gets unbalanced; and then it deteriorates into a lose-lose situation.

The aim of having commitment is to transform the relationship into a ‘win-win’ situation. The stability in marriage would make it good for the partner, for the children, for the larger family, and it will return as blessings to the home maker. It will provide the network of support structures that both partners need to live a more meaningful and fulfilling life and to better endure the difficult times.


The next question is: “Why not ask men to do the adjusting?” Nature, both human and animal, has worked differently in the past; and the traditional model has a mindset, which the society had taken as ‘God given’. So, the question is: “Is it really God-given or something that can be simply re-set through social convention?” Here we can argue both ways.

However, the traditional wisdom says the following:
Consider your partner as ‘GOD GIVEN’ (even if you got your partner through personal choice);
believe that natural justice always prevails (and so everyone gets just what they deserve);
ACCEPT what you get graciously (when there is acceptance, the issue of getting the ‘wrong person’ doesn’t exist); and
trust that a HIGHER AUTHORITY IS OVERSEEING your life-situations (and, if you are receptive, it will guide you in doing the right things).
In short, accept your marriage as a duty and keep a balance between your rights and responsibilities.

Aren’t we supposed to marry for Love?

JewishStarEveryone wants to have some affinity or chemistry with their partner. Why not? However, the passion will only sustain the marriage for a few years. Sooner or later it will sink into ‘need fulfilment’ – on how well it satisfies your social, emotional or sensual needs. It is here that the ego takes over: Each person takes on the role of a possessor and the issues of entitlement come in. You feel that if you grant your partner freedom, you will get deprived. In this way the relationship deteriorates and becomes destructive.

The traditional idea of love in marriage is different. It is not a ‘need-based love’. Here you are not driven by the need to possess or have something. There are no entitlements to be claimed. You simply get into a STATE of love and share what you have willingly. You draw your happiness from serving your duty and not from satisfying your desires. And sooner or later your love will be reciprocated.

Can I have a traditional marriage relationship in modern times?

People keep looking for the right husband or right wife, the right employer or right employee, the right parent or right child, etc. But they forget that they also have to be the right person! The saying is: “If you want to be trusted, first you have to become trustworthy.” Hence, your focus should not be on finding the right person, but on being the right person. You have to do the first things first. After you do this ‘inner work’ you will easily find what has already been provided for you.

The FORMULA is simple:

First, accept the traditional idea of marriage. Do it sincerely.
Next, make a mental image of your partner and commit your unconditional support. Make your commitment in the same way as the parents are committed to their children.
Then, talk with the image daily and become fond of it. The image will show you what changes you have to make; and as you make those changes you will be led towards your partner.
Still further, when you meet your partner (to be), don’t spoil it with your ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’. Just remember that it is your commitment to the marriage that will make it work for both of you.

To know more read Understand your Men and Women Relationships; click here:

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How to Succeed with People

Learning interpersonal skills

This is a write up of the talk given by Prashant Shah (http://spiritual-living.in) on several occasions and before many groups in both India and USA


Most of our life is an interdependent reality. We have to work with people, live with people and deal with people. Further, we often share responsibility with others, but we don’t have the authority to direct them. We can work well by ourselves, but when we have to get things done through others we experience many difficulties. Hence, the common saying is: “The people problems are the worst!

Human relationships can be either enjoyed or suffered; they can be either encouraging or frustrating. What we get will always depend on how we conduct ourselves! To succeed with people, first we have to understand the psychology of the ‘other person’. Next, we have to see things from the other person’s point of view and understand what motivates their behaviour. Only thereafter we can know what we need to do to get the right response from the other person.

The skill in dealing with people can be learnt and it will be very valuable for everyone in society — for a businessman, a professional, a colleague, a housewife, and a member of any group in society. And this skill will become increasingly important as we climb up to the higher positions in our social system. The business tycoon, J. D. Rockefeller, once said: “I will pay more for that ability (to succeed with people) than for any other ability under the sun.”

Why do we neglect learning interpersonal skills?

In college we are educated to think rationally. We are trained to direct our efforts towards personal efficiency, towards learning scientific techniques, and towards earning money. But in the process our emotional nature remains uneducated. Hence, we do not easily understand the ‘psychological side’ of human nature. For this reason in modern society people’s inner life gets easily messed up. They just don’t know how to be happy by themselves or by relating with people.

Why is this subject not taught in our colleges?

There are some things that we really appreciate only after things have gone wrong in our life; after we have made a mess in our relationships. People feel the need to invest in the emotional side of life only after they have stumbled a few times. The common saying is: “Wisdom arises only after our hair has already turned a little grey with experience!”

Further, there is not much in the form of newer ideas to learn here. The bigger task is to implement these ideas in your life. To succeed in human relationships it does not matter how much you know; what matters is how well you implement what you know. Hence, it is not a matter of learning the technique. Professional psychologists will not necessarily do better than you!

What is the KEY to success here?

It is to become genuinely concerned about other people’s feelings; to change how you regard them; and to change your assumptions about other people. Without this basic change you can only make some small cosmetic changes in your relationships.

It is admitted that it is always difficult to change yourself. The normal human tendency is to want the other person to do all the changing! A course participant once said: “I’ll give you a 1000 dollars if you teach this course to my mother-in-law.” I could only smile, but in my mind I said: “You are paying me too much for that, but it’s a very small price for changing your relationship with your mother in law; and it may also not work out because she will want you to do all the changing.” To succeed with others the only price you have to pay is to change yourself. However, when you succeed here, I assure you that you’ll never be alone in your life or be lonely wherever you go!

This talk is based on some of the ideas that were originally developed in Dale Carnegie’s classic: “How to win friends and influence people”. Other topics that are discussed in our larger workshop are:

  • The art of negotiation
  • Man and woman relationships
  • The win-win option
  • The stages in maturity
  • Teamwork

To know more click here https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2016/01/28/introductory-workshops/

Introductory (Spiritual) Workshops

Participants in New York, 2011

Conducted by Prashant S. Shah, http://www.spiritual-living.in


  1. Understanding Karma and Destiny
  2. Concentration and Mind Training
  3. The Art of Succeeding with People
  4. Holistic Health and Healing
  5. Living by intuition
  6. The Spiritual Tradition of the Ancient Hindus
  7. The Biochemic Way to Health

 1. Understanding Karma and Destiny

People often ask: “Why are we born in a particular country or family? Why are some people healthy, rich or successful whereas some others are handicapped, poor or unfortunate? Why do we easily forge bonds with some people and find it so difficult to get on with some others? Why do some of us have an easy life while others have to struggle all the way?”

You can understand many such things by considering the Law of Karma. The law tells us that much of the destiny we experience today is the result of what we had done in the past; that we have all along been shaping our destiny, but earlier we were not aware of the process. In this workshop you understand the law of karma and how to use it to remove the unnecessary suffering from your life.

When you are ignorant of this law you make mistakes that violate the law. Then you suffer the consequences. As you develop some awareness of the law you conduct yourself better. Then you make fewer violations, and it reduces your suffering and helplessness. When you acquire mastery over this law you become the CAPTAIN of your ship. Then you can steer around the obstacles in your life and become a source of happiness to yourself.

The discussion is directed to the questions: What are the causes behind the events of my life? Is there natural justice or do I have to fight for my rights in society? When I faced with different choices, what criteria will guide me in making the correct choice? How can I learn to live a happy, meaningful and a fulfilling life?


  • Law of cause and effect. The necessity of making the correct choice.
  • Justice and the law of exchange. The moral law, laws of nature and man-made laws.
  • Predestination and free will. Karma in public life. Karma and the art of living.
  • Karma in relationships; nature’s memory; karma and reincarnation; the law of providence

Some Opinions received:

  1. I see some karmic debts that I have to repay and I’m going to set right some balances. Frank, nyudonne@aol.com.
  2. This course has great wisdom. It’s very well organised and you explained these very subtle issues in a very simple and interesting manner. Ludy, Ludy_mr@hotmail.com
  3. Excellent – I understand that we are not here to move around as an unwinding doll. There is a cause and effect for everything and we how we play always makes the difference. Carmen, cla516@aol.com
  4. This is my favourite course. I’ve done it again and will do it again in the future. It has put my whole life in perspective, and now I understand how to give direction to my life. David, davyc67@yahoo.com
  5. Each time I do this course I hear it from a different angle and so it has grown to be much more valuable. Bob, boblester@hotmail.com
  6. This course shows how our current thoughts and actions create our destiny. Hence, we can overcome anxiety of the future by exercising control over our present actions. The course is deep and profoundly transforming. Madanda, mgmachayya @hotmail.com

 2. Concentration and Mind Training

The fine art of succeeding with yourself

In this workshop you learn the art of concentration and use it to develop your inner life. The inner life is important since your happiness and well-being depends more on your thoughts and emotions, and less on your external circumstances.

First, you learn to concentrate and take control over your attention. Next, you become aware of the influence of thoughts and emotions in your life. Then you exercise your control over the negative thoughts and emotions that occupy your mind. It will develop your ability to think clearly, to understand things better, and to be more focused on whatever you do.

In this workshop you learn to:

  • Concentrate the mind through chanting
  • Use concentration in everyday life
  • Develop your will-power through steady gazing
  • Deal with negative thoughts
  • Use thought power
  • Overcome negative emotions

This program is conducted in 8 hours (4 sessions of 2 hours each). If you need assistance in implementing these ideas, kindly read Mind-Training and Meditation under ‘Correspondence Courses’. We also have an interesting book on the subject: ‘Solving the Problems of Life’ by Prashant S. Shah; the URL is http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0176HQSOG

Some Opinions received:

  1. Shah is a cheerful teacher who shares his knowledge in a light hearted and easy-to-learn manner. I highly recommend his sessions. Edrina Rush, edrina.rush@yahoo.com
  2. Shah is a true master of his teachings. You have to see to believe. Yvette Koshab
  3. I’m very happy with the delivery and content of this workshop. I got a lot of benefit from doing this workshop. Shawn Edwards, shawnallison@hotmail.com
  4. The topic was difficult, but it was delivered very simply and very well. Tokes Coker, tokeskoker@handsoflight.co.uk
  5. I thoroughly enjoyed this workshop and recommend it highly for life enhancement. Jessica Hothersall, jessicahothersall@btinternet.com
  6. This course on spiritual yoga was actually what I was seeking for furthering my spiritual journey. Now I’m really looking forward to the advanced course. Beryl Ross, brosscotton@hotmail.com
  7. Shah is the real deal. He is precise and has crystal clear clarity of thought. It is a great program for those who are ready for it. Marcus Ubl, Marcus.ubl@gamil.com
  8. The speaker was very clear and concise. I think I will be able to use these practices to bring changes in my life. Please organise other workshops with this speaker. Sri Spencer, stars659@yahoo.co.uk
  9. This was the best speaker. Dr. Shah puts over complex ideas in an interesting way that allows them to be easily grasped. Linda Camping, l.camping@btinternet.com
  10. I was surprised at how useful the course content was. The whole concept of dealing with thoughts and emotions was mind-blowing. Shana, darshana@entrevo.com
  11. This course made me appreciate many things that I used to take for granted. Elizabeth, aleliz@aol.com
  12. Now I have a clear focus — yoga is for achieving something greater than the ambitions of the mind and body. It is like going beyond the mind. Ludy, ludy_mr@hotmail.com
  13. I understood the importance of withdrawing from the outer noise and focusing on my inner life. I think now I know how to put my inner things in order. Carmen, cla516@aol.com
  14. You’ve given us a very refreshing and unusual insight into Yoga. I’m eager to put all this wisdom into practice. David, davyc67@yahoo.com
  15. This time (third) it was a relearning experience. It has inspired me to renew my commitment to my practice. Bob, boblester@hotmail.com

 3. The Art of Succeeding with People

Learning Interpersonal Skills

Most of our life is an INTERDEPENDENT reality. We have to work with people, live with people and deal with people. At work we work with partners, in teams and with associates. Very often our situation is that we share responsibility with others, but we don’t have the authority to direct them. Hence, if we are not skillful, we experience many difficulties in getting things done through others. The saying is: “The people problems are the worst!

Skill in dealing with people is very valuable for everyone in society — for a businessman, a professional, a colleague, a housewife, and a member of any group in society. This ability becomes increasingly important as we occupy the higher positions in the social system. Businessman J. D. Rockefeller once said: “I will pay more for that ability (to succeed with people) than for any other under the sun.”

In this workshop you learn the art of dealing with people effectively to generate win-win solutions. Further, you learn to leverage your skills such that the rewards are much greater than the effort. The guidelines are easy to understand, but they will make a BIG DIFFERENCE in your relationships at work and in your personal life only when you apply them consistently.


  • The importance of interpersonal skills
  • The psychology of the other person
  • The art of negotiation
  • Man and woman relationships
  • The win-win option
  • The stages in maturity
  • Teamwork

Some Opinions received:

  1. This was the best course. I got the most from it. It really answered the questions that have been puzzling me for years. This workshop was practical, useful and a lot of fun. (Robert Leyster of Lester Watson Inc. New York. boblyster@hotmail.com
  2. I’ve stopped wanting people around me to change to fit to what I want. Now I try to see what they want of me. I also see the importance of giving space to other people to be as they want to be. Frank, nyudonne@aol.com.
  3. This workshop goes far beyond the obvious. I’ve learnt to be more tolerant, tending and caring. Elizabeth, aleliz@aol.com
  4. This course was really empowering. All my faults in dealing with others have become obvious. Now I’m going to change some things. Carmen, cla516@aol.com
  5. This is the second time I’ve done this course and I am glad to say that it has really helped me in fine tuning my ability in deal with people. It has made me much more effective. David, davyc67@yahoo.com
  6. You really tied up these things very well. I’ve been reading this (self-help) stuff for a long time, but your course has cleared up most of my doubts. The ideas are very clear now and I feel confident that I can get them to work. (N. C. Mehta, CEO, Bell Ceramics, Baroda).
  7. I like your style of presentation — very direct, precise and to the point. You made these very complicated and confusing things seem very simple. I really enjoyed both of your programs. However, I wish I could have you convey this message to my boss! (KYA, New York)
  8. I found this course to be very revealing. I’ve read many psychology books, but the understanding that you provided here was very clear. I felt you were speaking directly to me and addressing my issues. (S. Gopalkrishana, Plant Superintendent, Baroda)

4. Holistic Health and Healing

A Simple Solution to your Health Problems

Your health is always your concern and not the doctor’s concern. However, today people are given to believe that their health depends on doctors and the medical system. It has made them very dependent on the medical profession. On the other hand the health care system has become very expensive, highly specialised and too technical to be comprehended by the common man. Hence, the people feel helpless, confused and vulnerable.

However, if you don’t look upon your health as something that depends on the progress of modern sciences, you can think holistically and learn simple ways to heal yourself and maintain your health. Here you learn how to maintain or restore your health WITHOUT depending on medicines or the medical profession.


  • Holistic healing: healing vs. curing; the complications that arise from suppressing symptoms
  • Understanding the process of healing in terms of the vital force and toxaemia
  • Simple ways to detox the body: Fasting; water cure; the cleansing diets; and the no breakfast diet

The workshop is based on the book ‘Healing without Drugs’ by Prashant S. Shah. The URL is http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HYR3RRA.

Some Opinions Received:

  1. (It was) a very interesting presentation; a most welcome and rare insight into the science of health and healing. I say it is A++. Elizabeth, aleliz@aol.com
  2. I’ve read of the concept of toxins before, but now I really understand its implications on my health and recovery. David, davyc67@yahoo.com
  3. The effect of not eating the right kind of food and the consequences of increase in the toxin level in the cells was very well explained. This certainly becomes more important in old age. Carmen, cla516@aol.com
  4. (It was) a superb discussion — very practical and accessible. Frank, nyudonne@aol.com
  5. Both the book and the course presentation were very good. However, the presentation filled in many gaps that arose when I read the book. Now the ideas have become very clear and more workable. Ludy, ludy_mr@hotmail.com

5. Living by Intuition

Intuition is the guiding voice of the soul. When we listen to our intuition, our life becomes more interesting; we see a purpose to everything; and we feel a sense of wonder. Although everyone is intuitive to an extent, this ability can be greatly enhanced by doing some spiritual practices.

The basic step for becoming intuitive is to shift the focus of our life from our ordinary nature, which is governed by mental preferences, to our higher nature, which sees the ways of the soul. Once we get into a condition where we can spontaneously call for intuition, we can allow it to guide our actions and give a deeper meaning and purpose to our life.


  • Installing the spiritual seed; creating the necessary mental space; some preparation & results
  • Considering intuition as coming from a higher intelligence; how to make your intuition reliable
  • Purifying the mind and correcting the disturbances arising from the mental-self
  • The place of self-consciousness & intuition in occult philosophy

6. The Spiritual Tradition of the Ancient Hindus

Traditional wisdom is concerned the knowledge of the higher worlds and its attainment; and insight into the higher purpose of human existence. This knowledge was originally uncovered through the higher faculties that were developed by the ancient Sages. They passed down this knowledge through a tradition, and the people know of it as doctrines, beliefs and practices.

The past century has seen explosive developments based on a materialistic attitude. Correspondingly, the interest in pursuing the spiritual goal of life has become lost. The light of the spiritual heritage in humanity has become dim, and it may become lost to future generations. However, what was so great about this heritage that it had been fancied by many great men through the centuries? Here we show the tradition of the men of antiquity that prevailed in ancient India.


  • The law of karma; whatever happens is justice
  • Dharma; freedom and contentment through dharma
  • Situating the modern times; seeing the modern world through traditional eyes
  • Marriages modern and traditional; traditional learning

7. The Biochemic Way to Health

Biochemic medicine was discovered by Dr. Schuessler (a homeopath) over a hundred years ago. From the ashes of the human body he identified twelve mineral salts that are essential for health. Whenever there is a deficiency of any of these salts in the body tissues, certain typical symptoms arise. You can use these symptoms to identify the specific mineral salt related deficiency in the body. Then all you have to do is to supplement the tissue-salt in a dynamic form (6X potency), and the body will on its own return to natural health.

Here you learn how different kinds of functional disorders arise in our body and how to relate them to the specific ‘biochemical remedies’. We take up some typical cases (common disorders) for discussion and show you how to use the book: The Biochemic Prescriber. (Kindle online store: https://www.amazon.com/Biochemic-Prescriber-prescribing-Schusslers-biochemic-ebook/dp/B01FA6X4FG/ and on Amazon online store: http://www.amazon.com/Biochemic-Prescriber-prescribing-Schussler-biochemic/dp/1533128065)

The book can be read within one hour; you can begin to use it immediately to treat common ailments and constitutional disorders. In this way you can help yourself, your family and friends.


  • The concept of holistic healing and how the system of biochemic tissue salts fits in
  • An outline of the guiding symptoms and the leading remedies for common ailments
  • Treating constitution disorders with biochemic tissue salts. Some practical cases