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Ten Ritualsof Radiant LivingExcerpts from ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’                           Anirudh Pulugurtha   1
#1. Ritual of Solitude:                       • Immerse yourself in the beautiful                       blanket of silence...
#2. Ritual of Physicality:                             •Based on the principle, you care for your                         ...
#3. Ritual of Live Nourishment:                            • Do not fill your body with junk food                         ...
#4. Ritual of Abundant Knowledge:               •Centers on the whole notion of lifelong learning               and expand...
#5. Ritual of Personal Reflection:•Believe in the power of inner contemplation.•By taking the time to get to know yourself...
#6. Ritual of Early Awakening: Most of us sleep far more than we need to. An average person can get by on six hours – and ...
#7. Ritual of Music:                              •Spend a little time with music                              every day. ...
#8. Ritual of Spoken Word:   •The Sages of India have a series of ‘mantras’   that they would recite morning, noon and nig...
#9. Ritual of Congruent Character:“You sow a thought, you reap an action. Reap anaction, you sow a habit. Sow a habit, you...
#10. Ritual of Simplicity:•Live a simple life. One must neverlive in the thick of thin things. Focusonly on your prioritie...
Life is Beautiful…Njoy Every Moment!!!           Harihi Aum Tatsat!!!                                           Urs       ...
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  1. 1. Ten Ritualsof Radiant LivingExcerpts from ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’ Anirudh Pulugurtha 1
  2. 2. #1. Ritual of Solitude: • Immerse yourself in the beautiful blanket of silence for at least 15 minutes a day. •It’s a pit stop for your soul to recharge and attain peace. •It works best when you do it at the same time in the same place, everyday. Anirudh Pulugurtha 2
  3. 3. #2. Ritual of Physicality: •Based on the principle, you care for your body so you care for your mind. •Take some time every single day to nourish the temple of your body through vigorous physical exercise. •You can practice anything including yoga, martial arts, swimming etc... •Minimum 5 hours a week should be invested in practicing this ritual. Anirudh Pulugurtha 3
  4. 4. #3. Ritual of Live Nourishment: • Do not fill your body with junk food because it depletes the vital energy levels in your body. •Poor diet affects your mood and hampers the clarity of your mind. •Eat ‘Live Foods’- created through interaction with sun, air, soil and water, a vegetarian diet. **Most of the centenarians around the world are veggies. Anirudh Pulugurtha 4
  5. 5. #4. Ritual of Abundant Knowledge: •Centers on the whole notion of lifelong learning and expanding your knowledge base. •It’s all about becoming a student of life. Read regularly. •Reading for about 30 minutes a day will do wonders for you. •Do not read just anything; be very selective about what you put into your precious garden of your mind. Anirudh Pulugurtha 5
  6. 6. #5. Ritual of Personal Reflection:•Believe in the power of inner contemplation.•By taking the time to get to know yourself, youwill connect to a dimension of your being thatyou never knew you had.•Note the activities you have done at the endof everyday on one side of a paper and do anassessment of every activity in another column.•Find out the negative aspects and turn ‘eminto positive.•Get into a regular habit of personalintrospection. Anirudh Pulugurtha 6
  7. 7. #6. Ritual of Early Awakening: Most of us sleep far more than we need to. An average person can get by on six hours – and remain perfectly healthy and alert. Remember, it’s the quality of sleep that’s important, not quantity. Get up daily along with the sun and don’t forget to have a smile on your face. To have a sound sleep, never eat after 8:00PM. Fifteen minutes before and after sleep shows a substantial impact on your subconscious mind. So, take care of your thoughts, words and deeds in these hours. Anirudh Pulugurtha 7
  8. 8. #7. Ritual of Music: •Spend a little time with music every day. •It is one of the finest motivators. •Music makes you laugh, dance and sing. •It gives you a big spiritual boost. •Make sure that you are selective in listening to music as well. Anirudh Pulugurtha 8
  9. 9. #8. Ritual of Spoken Word: •The Sages of India have a series of ‘mantras’ that they would recite morning, noon and night. •This practice is immensely effective in keeping them focused, strong and happy. •The sounds of these ‘mantras’ will create positive vibrations around the person thus making him/ her advance in the field of their choice. Anirudh Pulugurtha 9
  10. 10. #9. Ritual of Congruent Character:“You sow a thought, you reap an action. Reap anaction, you sow a habit. Sow a habit, you reap acharacter. Sow a character, you reap your destiny.”To develop a brilliant character, align your actionwith these principles:industry, humility, patience, honesty and courage.This leads to a deep sense of inner harmony andpeace. Character is higher than intellect. Anirudh Pulugurtha 10
  11. 11. #10. Ritual of Simplicity:•Live a simple life. One must neverlive in the thick of thin things. Focusonly on your priorities, those activitiesthat are truly meaningful. Your life willbe uncluttered, rewarding andexceptionally peaceful.•Reduce your needs.•Story of King Midas: The man wholoved gold so much he prayed thateverything he touched would turn togold. When his wish was granted herejoiced. That was until he realizedthat he couldn’t eat because his foodhad turned into gold and so on, soforth. Anirudh Pulugurtha 11
  12. 12. Life is Beautiful…Njoy Every Moment!!! Harihi Aum Tatsat!!! Urs Anirudh Pulugurtha 12 Anirudh Pulugurtha 

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