Swami Sukhabodhananda, often referred to as the Corporate Guru, is a famous Guru from Bangalore, India. He is the founder and chairman of Prasanna Trust, a non-profit organization which conducts workshops and seminars on Vedic tradition and its values in modern daily life.
Swami Sukhabodhananda is well known for this talks, speeches, discourses and workshops combine Vedic tradition with western management and psychological development perspectives.
Swamiji is known internationally for representing Hinduism at the 2005 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Swami Sukhabodhananda was born on 25 April 1955 in Bangalore to Sri C.M.S. Murthy and Rukmani Murthy. His original name (born name) is Dwarkanath.
He has become the disciple of Swami Chinmayananda and Swami Dayananda Saraswati at the age of 20 after getting attracted to Hindu Dharma. His name in Sandeepany Sadhanalaya of Mumbai was Brahmachari Nithya Chaitanya. on Shivaratri in 1984 he embraced Sanyasa and became Swami Sukhabodhananda.
As per the official website of Prasanna Trust…. Psychology of a wise man
The psychology of a wise man is seeing one in the many. Seeing unity in diversity. The waves many be many but the oceanic water is one. Names and forms are different but the essence is one. Chains are different but the gold is the same.
The insight of a wise man is the world has pleasure but happiness is within. Pleasure is not equal to happiness. In the state of deep sleep one is happy without objects. He is awake to this inner kingdom. He is king without possessions as he possesses non-possessiveness. Ego is binding it defines one to limitation. Egoless-ness means no limitation. He is free without ego and hence no limitation..
A Master at times used to criticize religion.
“Is not religion the best of understanding?”, asked the student.
“Sometimes it is the best and sometimes the worst” replied the master.
“Why do you say it is the worst sometimes”?
“Some people are bound by their religion and hence hate the other, instead of being free and love other”, replied the master.