Vedic scholars acknowledge Guruji Rishi Prabhakar as Bramharishi (Brahma+Rishi) who has rediscovered the ancient knowledge of non-doing (Bramha+gnana) after several thousand years. Bramhopadesham (Brahma+Upadesham) was the basic foundation of the entire Indian culture that was alive during the Upanishadic period 5000 years ago. The culture then was recognized as Rishi Culture.
This knowledge has gradually disappeared leading to general weakness of Indian society leading to invasion and conversions to Buddhism, Jainism and Islam and lately Christianity. The great Shankara Bhagvadpada (Aadi Shankaracharya) brought back the culture theoretically by arguing against false beliefs and practices of Karma Mimansis, Buddhists and Jains.
Shankara’s central theme of “Akarmaiva Mokshaha” (Liberation is only in Non doing) has been brought into everyday experience of ordinary individuals through the Siddha Samadhi Yoga Programs (dwelling into deeper levels of Silence within) developed by Guruji Rishi Prabhakar. The Great Saint Gnaneswar in the 13th century gave the holy scripture of Bhagvad Gita to the masses by translating it from Sanskrit to Marathi (Dnyaneshwari). Guruji Rishi Prabhakar has given the essence of Bhagvad Gita as a self-verifiable experience by opening Samadhi to the common masses of India and around the world.
Guruji was a contemplative child. His sharp intelligence allowed him to earn a degree in Engineering before he was 20 under scholarship from the Government of India. He secured assistantship to study Aeronautics at Carleton University in Canada. He also earned the Master of Business Administration Degree from the most acknowledged University of Western Ontario. He was also a pioneer in Information Technology and worked as a consultant to many departments of the Canadian Government.
He returned to serve India under the guidance of the Great teacher H.H.Maharishi Mahesh Yogi whom he served as an International Director at the Switzerland headquarters for 2 years. Later he did intense tapasya (spiritual practices) under his childhood Guru Sri Bhagawan Visweswariah at Bangalore to evolve the Siddha Samadhi YOG Programs. He owes a lot of his teachings to the EST program evolved by Mr. Werner Erhard and DMA by Robert Fritz.
Guruji is spreading this ancient knowledge of Samadhi to the masses in a contemporary style by training teachers, establishing Ashrams for silent retreats, schools for children, Annaprasad (Food Sharing) centers for collective prosperity, Colleges to train youth in Community Leadership, Rural Community workshops, Corporate workshops, Collaborations with Universities and Colleges, Rehabilitation work in Jails, training for the Army and Police personnel.
Guruji is the image of the ancient explorers of consciousness called the Rishis. Awakened practitioners and teachers of SSY trained by him are applying his simplicity, availability and path breaking solutions in the fields of Health, Education, Management and Ecology worldwide.