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Sanskrit Mantras & Energy




Sanskrit mantras tune you to energetic desires like success, fulfillment, inner peace, peace of mind, happiness, love, and prosperity.

Let us start by defining Sanskrit first then speak about its power. Sanskrit is just a language based on energy in which specific sounds are used to unleash the power of the mind and release your inner energy; this is done as each sound puts you in a state of resonance according to its vibration.

Sanskrit mantras are a simple technique in which you use the magic of sounds to release your energy and achieve your desired state. At the same time, it helps to get rid of negativism and bad feelings such as having a bad mood or uncertainty, which may be the reason that prevents your joy in life and delays your success.

However, it effectively helps to let go of those thoughts that are not beneficial to you and your success.

 The universe is exuding with energy.

It must be understood that everything in the universe is made of energy; it vibrates according to its specific frequency. We, human beings, are also made of energy, and everything we need or desire to has its vibration frequency. It is simply changing our vibration to harmonize our desires, or in other languages, modification of our frequency to match our target state’s frequency.

If you really can understand and master this art of mantras, you can tune yourself (as you tune the radio) to whatever frequency you would like to achieve, and there will be nothing that you cannot experience in this life.

The Sanskrit mantras have a specific rhythm that has the effect of hypnosis if repeated regularly. And as you may already know, the idea of hypnosis uses a specific technique to help the mind enter a state of awareness that makes it easy for the mind to receive any helpful advice. When it comes to Sanskrit, the rhythmic repetition of such sounds opens the mind of your subconscious mind; if you want to get the maximum results of mantras, this exercise must be done with a deep belief and a deep desire, you need to devote all your power and all your senses into needing this thing, love this thing, you need actually to need what you need.

The laws of mind that apply to hypnosis also apply to mantras, which means that you will draw it to your life when you focus on something. This is known as the law of attraction, in which you attract happiness and desires to your life by focusing on it and believing you can take the leap. 

About Venkatarama Raghavan.

Born on 22nd August 1908 in the holy town of Tiruvarur, Tamil Nadu, V. Raghavan was a Sanskrit scholar, professor of Sanskrit, musicologist, poet, dramatist, and writer who has been internationally recognized for his contributions to Indology and Sanskrit literature, Sanskrit drama, Carnatic music, and Bharatanatyam dance. 

From television to the internet platform, Jonathan switched his journey in digital media with Bigtime Daily. He served as a journalist for popular news channels and currently contributes his experience for Bigtime Daily by writing about the tech domain.

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How Business Leaders Can Address the Climate Crisis




There is growing pressure for business leaders to take action for reducing their emissions and figuring out ways to deal with the causes and consequences of climate change. Many businesses are seeking a better understanding of the risks and opportunities of our changing climate and sustainability conditions. Furthermore, engaged customers, stakeholders, and suppliers, are putting increasing pressure on innovative and effective climate change and renewable energy solutions.          .

In order to make businesses more ecological, regenerative, and future-fit for taking the appropriate actions for climate change, we have consulted professionals in the field like Dr.      Anneloes Smitsman to help us get through this crisis.

Smitsman is a revered Dutch futurist, systems scientist, and award-winning pioneer in human development and system change who recently launched the EARTHwise Constitution for a Planetary Civilization, based on her work with living systems. She offers a diverse and inspiring range of systemic solutions that the professional sector requires for addressing the greatest challenges of the 21st Century. In particular for developing the necessary capacities and systems for co-creating thriving worlds and futures, based on new regenerative business models.

Smitsman’s career spans many domains, starting in law and political science, she then expanded her work to training business and educational leaders and companies in developing essential capacities for systemic transformation, innovation, corporate sustainability, and climate change preparedness.

Smitsman is also known for her work as an innovative leader and CEO of EARTHwise Centre, a non-profit company providing education, leadership, research, system design, and publications in social innovation, human and organizational development.

Smitsman is also unique in how she brought about revolutionary change in fields of    education, leadership, systems science, regenerative economics, sustainability, and more. And as a professional in the industry, here are a couple of things we have learned from her work for reducing your ecological footprint and creating more regenerative and sustainable business models.       

Developing Climate Action Plans

The first step is to create climate action plans for measuring the sustainability impacts of your business operations, based on measurements that account for essential sustainability thresholds, planetary boundaries, social ceilings, and fair allocations. Developing a genuine action plan, based on innovation and business leadership for climate change, requires going further than seeking to achieve standardized sustainability targets. Instead, set goals that challenge your organization to become regenerative ‘by design’ and thriving in terms of whole system impact, Smitsman explains. Focus on creating and distributing value beyond your own stakeholders or shareholder interests. Go further than trying to minimize harm, and instead provide leadership and capacities for business operations that focus on creating maximum goodness and whole system value.     

Smitsman also reminds us that leadership for the ‘commons’ requires innovation through collective decision-making with regards to fair and inclusive allocations of resource distributions and stewardship for the wellbeing of current and future generations.   Conventional market mechanisms that focus merely on carbon offsets and carbon trading, will not provide the incentives for the necessary systemic transformations that are required economically and politically.                    

Building a Culture of Awareness

 It is crucially important to add sustainability, regeneration, and thrivability as a part of your culture. To achieve this, you will need to expand your knowledge of the necessary energy and resource transitions, climate change adaptation and mitigation, low-carbon innovation, as well knowledge of the operational principles of living systems. There are many online courses available to help you prepare your business for the times ahead, and unlock new growth opportunities by developing a life-centered culture of leadership and innovation. This is also the focus of Smitsman’s leadership programs for business transformation and systemic innovation.

Working with Sustainable Suppliers

Knowing your partners is particularly important for companies with supply chains. You should take time to choose the best sustainable suppliers who focus on good environmental and sustainability practices. Furthermore, you can choose to reward suppliers who have outperformed your expectations by providing an improved sustainable service or product, as such encouraging continuous improvements for people, planet, and sustainable profits.

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