Prashant S. Shah
He was educated in science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, USA) and University of California at Santa Cruz (UCSC, USA). During his student days he learnt Mysticism from Shri Nyaya Sharma, a Master of Shiva Tantra Yoga. He offers Spiritual Guidance through Darshana Centre, a School of Yoga-Mysticism at Baroda, India.
He learnt Homoeopathy from Post Graduate Homoeopathic Association, Bombay, has healing hands and uses Pranic Healing. He learnt entrepreneurial skills through EKS, an Advanced Management Diploma Program offered by ‘Mewes Systems’ of Frankfurt, Germany. He uses EKS and Vedic Astrology to do Counselling.
He conducts ‘spiritual awareness workshops’ regularly in USA and from time to time in India. He is an Author of many self-help and spiritual books and a Speaker on related subjects. He speaks clearly, in simple language and from personal experience.
Advice in decision-making and Guidance in problem-solving.
If you have read books, taken spiritual courses, or practiced meditation techniques for years without making any significant progress then read here.
We provide one-on-one personal guidance through e-mail and conference.
These workshops expose you to a certain level of wisdom. They make you see everything differently: You will see your mental processes and the nature of things from a very unusual point-of-view.
What you cannot learn through years of self-study you can learn by simply participating in these workshops!
To know more, read ‘ABOUT US’
Category Archives: Spiritual Practice
By Prashant S. Shah; http://www.spiritual-living.in The spiritual tradition in ancient India talks in terms of karma and dharma. When you act with personal or selfish motives you generate some imbalance, which is called karma. When you do what is proper … Continue reading
By Prashant S. Shah, http://www.spiritual-living.in Contents: The Cosmos according to Occult Philosophy The Cosmic Cycle and the Sign of Our Times The Way of the Mystic The Wisdom of the Tao The Hidden Side of Spiritual Practice EKS: A Growth … Continue reading
Conducted by Prashant S. Shah, http://www.spiritual-living.in Contents: Understanding Karma and Destiny Concentration and Mind Training The Art of Succeeding with People Holistic Health and Healing Living by intuition The Spiritual Tradition of the Ancient Hindus The Biochemic Way to Health … Continue reading
Copyright © 2010, Prashant S. Shah; http://www.spiritual-living.in Our mind directs our attention outward, towards things in the external world. Hence, we do not see interior world or understand the realities of inner life. And as a result we are confused … Continue reading
Adapted from the book ‘The Art of Awakening the Soul’ © 2011, Prashant S. Shah; http://www.spiritual-living.in Alchemy is the process of transforming lead, your ordinary nature, into gold, a spiritual being. How does Yoga accomplish the task of Alchemy? This … Continue reading
© 2010-17, Prashant S. Shah, http://www.spiritual-living.in There is a spiritual presence that stands behind our person and oversees our activities. It understands all things, and it also oversees the happenings in the world. We can learn to relate with this … Continue reading
A Brochure describing the Spiritual Courses conducted through the Internet by Darshana Centre. Here you will get personal attention. Contents Introducing the inner life The Courses: 1: Mind Training & Meditation 2: Mantra Yoga 3: Yoga-Mysticism 4: Advanced Spiritual Practice Advantages of learning … Continue reading
© June 2016, Prashant S. Shah, http://spiritual-living.in 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 … Continue reading
When we slow down our pace of life and combine it with a devotional attitude, we can access a spiritual presence that is itself joyful and filled with wisdom. On the other hand, when we combine hurrying up with personal ambition, we view our life through the lens of fear, scarcity and competition. Then we cannot trust life and allow it to look after us. Instead we have to cope with our fears and insecurities by constantly pushing ourselves to do something. Then we get caught in the ego’s world, where we can never rest or just be. Then we lose touch with the spiritual presence that tells us all is going to be well. Continue reading