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“Aham To Aham Brahmasmi”

Rishi Wisdom contains core spiritual concepts and the wisdom of Guruji Sri Rishi Prabhakarji. His teachings were based on his extensive studies of the 14 Upanishads, five Bhagwat Gitas, and countless other scriptures. He translated the essence of the ancient wisdom found in these scriptures in simple and easy words to help anyone transcend their consciousness.

His biggest contribution to this world has been his teachers and programs, mainly SSY(Siddha Samadhi Yoga), which has transformed lakhs of people, mostly from 1989 to 2014, though the work continues even now.

This book is an attempt to bring his teachings together. It is a compilation of Guruji Sri Rishi Prabhakarji’s notes, diaries, and letters written to his disciples. The words which were personal can now reach everyone.


This book is dedicated to souls searching for fullness of life and somehow suspects that life must be a magnificent child like play and all struggles are rooted in wrong understanding about life.

Here you will recognize the simplicity of it all as you follow Guruji’s life’s adventures of play in all areas from Mastering of Academics to Mastering of relationships to Mastering of Finances without effort, without exerting or practicing anything religiously with effort. This sounds the anti-thesis of most Self Development regimen that is popularly sold with so much effort.



In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we are awfully busy, accomplishing some vision that does not really amount to anything. Fuelled by our vision, we only go from becoming greedy to greedier. In the process, we endanger the world with our compulsive need to consume.

Life is not a mission: Life is an enjoyable visit meant for exploring this planet, Earth. If only we knew. The meaning of contentment. The sprit of play and the joy of exploration…If only we knew, that it is the bond of love and not congruence of vision that bind a group far more effectively…


Yoga as presently practised, has been subjected to tremendous misinterpretation. The whole of contemporary Yoga is only about ‘doing ‘ certain practices be it Yogasanas or Concentration exercises. This is supposed to culminate in a state of non-doing which is a state of effortless divine joy. Our contention is that this is a pre-posterous way of going about it. It is like putting the cart before the horse.

No amount of doing can ever take one into the state of ‘non-doing’. All this can do in the case of a select few is that it can convince them about the wastefulness of practices, or bore them to a point where all practices get spontaneously dropped and the person enters into a state of non-doing. This is a very effortful and convoluted way.


The word Upanishad literally means “sitting at the feet of the Guru”. It is only by sitting in humility and surrender that any useful knowledge can be gained. These Upanishads reveal secrets of life which are at once enlightening and challenging. These eternal truths were realized by several Rishis.

We are very lucky to get this knowledge and wisdom through the penance of one such great soul – Guruji Shri Rishi Prabhakar. Who is an enlightened master and “Guruji” to his devotees. Here he has given profound secrets of the Upanishad, in the most simple and direct manner. Read them slowly and deliberately. Meditate on them. Live them and experience them.