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Siddaiah performs a 'kriya' and chants for material bliss

Every morning after bathing, Dinesh Siddaiah, 40, sits cross-legged with his eyes closed, his hands on his knees and his thumb pressed against his palm. He then curls his fingers inwards and holds them for a few seconds while mentally inviting and accepting money. He repeats this Aahavan Kriya seven times.

The Bangalore-based graphic designer says the technique taught at the Money Workshop last July made money and happiness flow into his life. "When I attended the workshop, I did not even have the money to pay the fees. I had a business and properties but no liquidity. All my money was stuck with clients," says Siddaiah. "But soon after the workshop, all problems started getting solved effortlessly."

It's not that Siddaiah started working harder after the workshop. He, in fact, works only six to eight hours daily now as opposed to the 18 hours he used to put in till last year. But he started respecting money and managing it better. "I was able to expand my business and my income has increased three-fold. Plus, I spend more time with my daughters now," he says.

Reader's opinion (4)

Ashish AjmaniJun 17th, 2011 at 11:33 AM

dear Dinesh
can you elaborate more on how you are getting more peace and harmony as compared to your efforts earlier.

Ashish Ajmani

Apn SinghJun 15th, 2011 at 14:12 PM

Who is the GURU - I would like to join him to become trainer

Nadir KeshwaniJun 15th, 2011 at 10:35 AM

fantastic will try for myself

Padmanabhan RavindranJun 11th, 2011 at 22:36 PM

Wonderful experience of how you put techniques into action which gave you results

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