“A Scholar, a “Pundit” of Dharmic Traditions, an InterFaith Speaker who has spoken at many gatherings including Schools, University’s, Temples, Cathedrals and general gatherings where seekers of Truth, Wisdom, Reality and Harmony congregate.
“In tandem with my professional life, I had been practicing very traditional classical Yoga for many many years and as the practice began to bear fruit, it became clear that if there was a life purpose worth pursuing, it had to be to heal oneself and then to help others to heal themselves. Every person is a gold mine bursting with hidden treasures – and when one is ready to start digging, the real adventure of our existence begins to unfold. I am honoured to be a part of this hunt with many very dear friends and if you’d like to start digging, I’d be happy to share any maps or tips which I have unearthed along my way.
I have been blessed with teachings from teachers of the Kriya, Saraswati and other more specialised mind-body-spirit traditions of India. I can be contacted on @thebritishhindu Best wishes.”
Satishji, recently awarded the title of Dharma Sam-Rakshak (Custodian of Dharma) & authorised to speak on the Six Darshans of Indian Philosophy by the Council Of Hindu Swami’s & Saints in Rishikesh.
A Tedx Speaker & guest speaker at Philosophy & Yoga events at British Colleges & Universities & keynote speaker on Dharmic issues at Parliamentary debates and events; represents the Hindu Community at National events such as Remembrance Day & has made numerous appearances presenting the Dharmic view on the BBC & other Channels. Also a practitioner & teacher of Jnana Yoga (The Yoga of mental Purification Balance).
Get to know Pt. Satish Kumar Sharma from this insightful interview he gave to the Opinion Express magazine.
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