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"The World is as you are,
not as it appears"
“TEJ GYAN FOUNDATION is a unique enlightening endeavor which designs and delivers
transformational programs globally. TGF is a school of thought, active for the past 17 years.
TGF is a treasure trove of hundreds of books and CDs and thousands of thought provoking
conversations on life, lakshya and liberation the “The Applied Wisdom Training’s” are a
corporatization of these gems.
TGF training programs are called as The Applied Wisdom Training’s which are actually myth-
busters, finding the missing links, challenging the wrong beliefs and breaking the myths is
the modus operandi. The food for thought is packed and delivered through various
instructions, interactions, and intervention. The intention is of creating new possibilities in
untapped areas beyond routine training’s. It's a break away from the routine
communications, leadership or productivity workshops. A venture into core values of
human beings viz love, harmony and happiness which enables individuals to strike the right
balance in personal and professional life. For e.g. you can teach an executive presentation
skills. Still better transform his fearful attitude. But best would be to make him dissolves his
beliefs that limit him and get him to see the wisdom that all humans are equal and unique.
This would bring about fabulous results in his presentation skills and that too permanently.
Wisdom is experienced knowledge. Its knowing your self or your source, opening new
possibilities and operating from higher levels of consciousness. It is that understanding
which helps us do a self encounter of our limiting beliefs, helps in the self enquiry of our
vision and support us in the self expression of our feelings.

Hands (Doing)
MODEL ofchange

Tongue (Saying)

Head (Thinking)

Heart (Feeling)

Self (Being) Changing belief systems

Breaking emotional blocks

Breaking mental patterns

Breaking the language barrier

Breaking initial resistance


The faculty for the program consist of a panel of software industry professionals
including CEOs, CTOs, Business Development Managers, IT behavioral trainers, etc.

The workshop shall follow a three-step teaching methodology of instruction,

interaction and intervention.
Instruction : Lectures, Tapes, etc.
Interaction : Q&A, Challenging participants
Intervention : Exercises, Personal feedback
Trainers and Advisors with international and cross-cultural exposure

Nitin is a hospitality management graduate and has work experience in India as well as the United
States. Always among the toppers in his class, he holds international certifications such as
Business English Certification from Cambridge University and a certificate from the Carnival
College from the US. Nitin currently is a full time motivational trainer and has authored and
translated various books on Super Learning Methods, Communication, beliefs etc His corporate
clients include Maruti Udyog, Bajaj Auto, thermax, Cdac, atacons, satyam, patni, amdocs, indira,
dypatil, sinhgad, IIT delhi etc.

Krishna is the CEO of a software company and has rich experience in Consulting. Besides being a
Chartered Accountant, Krishna is also an alumnus of IIM Ahemdabad having attended
management development courses there. Krishna holds certifications in Software Quality (from
QAI, USA) and Business Communication (from Cambridge University). Krishna has conducted
national and international programs for Tej Gyan Foundation.

Shankar is an engineer and an MBA and has worked with Toyota Motor Corporation in India. He
currently works in Capgemini as a Quality Consultant and is also involved in synergizing training
interventions for various corporates.

Sandeep Israni has over 4 years of experience in developing training modules and conducting
workshops in the areas of Individual Behavior Patterns and Communication Excellence. He is an
acclaimed trainer and Personal Efficiency Coach for various individuals and institutions. Sandeep
having a Diploma in International business also holds International certifications in Business
English Communication.

The applied wisdom training’s

One day retreats 4 hr Tablets
Aim beyond aim Delightful parenting 4 hrs
The Supreme secrets of life Seven mighty principles [4hrs per principle ] 4 hrs
The Self Encounter intensive Joyous living 4 hrs
The Family Harmony retreat Meditation in the market place 4 hrs
Money doesn’t grow on trees The Power of Positive Self Talk 4 hrs
Put stress to rest
Contact for Seven day residential retreats
Rise above the limiting beliefs
What are the belief systems?
How things get stored in our memory and what
makes us biased in our opinions?
How to go beyond beliefs and concepts?
How to bridge the gap between reality and
A belief is an assumed truth; a superstition is a blind
truth. We develop our understanding of the outer
world based on our senses which turn into
experiences, these experiences, thoughts events
Introduction and emotion get stored in our memory. And the
memory of the inner world than becomes our world,
but the mental map of the world is not the world. So
It is absolutely essential to decide your aim of life. each one is carrying and responding from a different
The moment you decide the aim of your life, not only world, if it doesn't fit into our system we tend to reject
your future is altered, your present too is it and if it does the belief becomes reinforced into a
transformed. The tasks in your hands at present take conviction. Most basics of all the beliefs are I
on a different shape. Having decided your aim, your know…and I am right. We tend to believe that what
priorities change. Man's aim is self transformation. ever is right in the world I can understand all of it, and
An individual may have many aims. He gets joy and what ever we don't understand we think that its is not
satisfaction only after achieving his aim. However, right. All the arguments fights and stress are nothing
what he is unaware is that hidden behind every aim, but a clash of the worlds, as the world is not as seems
the aim of self transformation is the chief aim. Or each one sees it in a different light. So we can
what can be termed as 'Aim Beyond Aim'. conclude that everything is a belief, if that is so than
what is the Reality?
We usually belief things will happen as they have
previously happened, because it is useful to do so.
As such, this means that everything is a belief.
The tricky question now is 'How do we know that
STEP ONE SELF ENQUIRY something is always true?' Just because in our
experience it has always been true, it doesn't
Break away from negative thoughtsnecessarily follow that it will continue to be true.
Why we are doing what we are doing? What is the This is one reason why people from different
aim? countries have difficulty understanding one another.
The beliefs are built into the language and the
Which are the stations in the journey of life? culture.
What are the patterns of the mind and how to Thus, everything is a game of beliefs -- including this
overcome them? statement.
Understand the science of thoughts and learn self Understanding beliefs as a belief is real
mastery. understanding the problem is when we assume a
How to maintain focus on the present and break belief to be a reality. There are good and bad beliefs
away from negative thoughts. they help us to live life and understand the world
Enquiry is used strongly for something to be done in around us. So from an understanding point of view
the outer world, this helps us gather information,
analyze or confirm things and take decisions. This
leads to formation of principles, ideas and beliefs
systems. When we turn the focus within and start the
self enquiry process these beliefs, principles and
ideas seem to be falling apart. But till it is done they
all seem very strong and we tend to cling to them
even in the face of testing evidence. Till the self
enquiry is done and the reality surfaces we live in the
illusion of our belief systems and live life with loads of
doubt and discomfort.
Overcome negative emotions
What is the best way to maintain stability in
unpredictable events?
How do we gather stress and what is the best
Where are we in the consciousness elevation
How to reach the next level in the consciousness
As you progress towards higher levels of life through
self inquiry to attain the aim beyond aim of your life,
remember that “life” has been given to you only for
the purpose of growth. Growing in consciousness
and moving to the next level. Every incident in life
can take you forward or backward. But it's important
to maintain stability and the best way to do that is to
use every incident of life to break out of the frame
with which we perceive the world.
But when negative incidents happen in our lives we
tend to forget the aim we shrink and resist and play
the blame game. We say this shouldn't
happen…why me…what if…I cannot accept
this….and so on the struggle to come out of it begins.
But we don't understand the way out. And get into the
vicious circle of resistance and negativity. This way
the incidence stays for long, we forget the aim was to
rise above the incidence and get stuck with the
Acceptance is the first step in getting out of the
vicious circle, only then we can think clear, find a
solution and enjoy the process. This way we can
understand the aim and the aim beyond aim can be

Like the game of snakes and ladders, man thinks his aim is only to climb the ladder and
avoid the snakes, but the ultimate aim is to reach home. Extending the analogy to life this
game teaches us lessons if we don't learn them they keep repeating. So the Aim beyond
Aim is a three step process self enquiry, self acceptance and self understanding.

Feedback of Aim Beyond Aim Retreat - Cognizant


Aim Beyond Aim retreat, starter program on spirituality was designed and conducted
for associates of Cognizant, Pune

Feedback for Aim Beyond Aim Retreat

Name of the Program: Aim Beyond Aim Retreat

Conducted For: Cognizant Date: 28th March, 08
Faculty Nam e: Mr Nitin Ahir Venue: Hotel Ambience

Faculty Effectiveness Rating Score % Score

Ability to communicate the subject 4.8 96%
Created comfortable & an open learning enviorment 4.9 98%
Response to queries from participants 4.6 92%
Ability to present subject in sequence 4.8 96%
Knowledge level demonstrated by faculty 4.8 96%
Usage of practical examples 4.6 92%
Faculty Effectiveness (point score 5) 4.7 94%

Course Structure Effectiveness Ratings % Score

Extent to which Course objectives were met 4.3 86%
Clarity of the course contents 4.4 88%
Will help me to develop skills that will facilitate my work 4.6 92%
Was relevant to my work 4.5 90%
Duration alloted for this program 3.7 74%
Course Structure Effectiveness (point score 5) 4.3 86%

Few Extracts penned by the participants about the overall feedback about the seminar

The program is good and very interactive. It allows you to look inside your mind.
It is very wonderful
Good but requires time and more exercises.

? Happy Thoughts
Introduction Five facets of stress

Have you been in stress for long and have tried

everything and nothing seems to be working.
Maybe, you have tried yoga or relaxation,
music or games and nothing seems to be
working. There are five root causes of stress.
How the mind perceives things causes or
reduces stress.
A simple example is that of a porter (coolie) and
a weightlifter. Both perform the same activity of
lifting the weights, but one is stressed and the
other enjoys.
Stress cannot be quick fixed as it gets
suppressed and comes back strongly. Many
recommend dancing or walking or playing, but
the root cause is the mind who perceives
The permanent solution is to understand the
source of stress and how it works.
We need shifting's not solutions in dealing with
There are Five facets of stress.


Causes Technique Benefits

Body Stress Motion determines emotion Energize yourself at will
Act As If

Money Stress Where attention goes energy flowsSatisfaction and peace in life
Pay yourself first

Relationship Stress You get what you give Breaking of illusionary glasses
Mix and Match

Work Stress You can never get it all done Relaxation and harmony
Alpha meditation

Things Stress What you resist will persist

Peace of mind
Change your question
Feedback of Put Stress To Rest - Satyam, Banglore


Put Stress To Rest has been conducted 5 times in a row for Satyam Development
Centres across India & Geometric Software Solutions


Program Name: Stress Management - Meditation in the Market Place

Date: 17th March, 08
Venue: BLA, Kaildasa, Banglore
Faculty Name: Mr. Nitin Ahir (Tej Gyan Foundation)


Faculty 1 Effectiveness Rating Score % Score

Ability to communicate the subject 4.68 94%

Encouragement provided to participate during the session 4.61 92%
Response to queries from participants 4.61 92%
Ability to present the subject in sequence 4.61 92%
Ability to maintain participant control 4.61 92%
Knowledge Level demonstrated by faculty 4.61 92%
Faculty Effectiveness 4.62 92%

Course Structure Effectiveness Rating Score % Score

Extent to which Course objectives were met 4.24 85%

Clarity of course contents 4.24 85%
Usage of practical examples 4.41 88%
Course Structure Effectiveness 4.3 86%

Mention 2 most liked aspects

Very good program needs to conduct more frquently
Videos and Mediting Bits
Examples for daily life
Practical meditation excerises
How to handle stress in all facts of life
How to accept people
Our beliefs about money MODULE TWO
affect our lives every day.
They colour our How do your money beliefs from childhood still
relationships. They shape show up in your life?
our homes and they influence
Are they tied to a behavior that is not really about
our careers. We relate to
money based on the attitudes
and beliefs we have about it. If you could separate your money beliefs from the
Many of those were “other” part, what would be possible?
developed by our kid brain How could your relationship with money be
long back but surprisingly different based on this new way of looking at your

they still influence a large part belief?

of our lives. Often these Is there a money problem or an emotion
beliefs don't really serve us well. One reason for this problem?
is how we actually acquired those beliefs.
The other big part about money that influences our
Since actually talking about money is a taboo in our everyday behavior is the language we use for
culture, we learn about money based solely on money. Visualize your self paying 1000 rupees for
observation, and those observations were made petrol, or paying 1200 in the restaurant, or spending
from the perspective of our little kid eyes. Your kid money on fire crackers during festivals, or paying
brain makes up its mind and forms its opinion based taxes, or mobile bill…in all the situations our
on what it sees and what makes sense to it. So let's language says, its gone, I blew it up, its gone up in
explore what your programming about money was smoke, or down the drain, or money comes and
and what it means to you. money goes or money speaks but always says good
bye ….. We always focus on what is gone never on
what we got. There fore money never stays or there
What are your earliest money memories? MODULE THREE
What do your remember about how your parents
felt about money? Can we bring the money flow in our lives by
changing our language?
What did you decide about money based on your
childhood experiences? Is there a money mantra or symbol we can use to
create wealth?
Is money the means to an end or an end in itself?
Is there enough money for me in my life?
People often collapse the money behaviors of their
parents with other behaviors that got tied to them. Secrets of wealth management?
For example, let's say your parents were How can we create more than we have? There is
inconsistent in how they gave you money. Maybe actually no money problem it's only an idea problem.
sometimes you got money for errands, and Money flows behind creative ideas. Think of any idea
sometimes you didn't. What your kid brain may have that can make money or save money. Find a brilliant
decided about money is that it's not predictable. In business idea or a brilliant problem, solve the
that case you may still be operating as if money itself problem and you have an idea right behind it.
is not predictable. The truth, however, is that how
your parents gave you money was unpredictable,
not money itself. MODULE FOUR
Out of many of my personal childhood beliefs about
money says that it's difficult to earn money in order to How to generate creative ideas?
make money you have to do plenty of hard work. My
mother, always use to say we never have enough What are our beliefs' about creativity?
money, we can't afford it, and there is a crunch as this How to test if the idea is workable, economical,
is a month end and so on…… My father worked and saleable?
harder and harder to get the money, part time Let these ideas spark a new relationship between
business and all that he could possibly do…. So you and your money. The first step to shifting any
there was always tension, fear and fights. So my belief or behavior is becoming conscious of the
belief system about money was that it's never actual belief. Once you become aware of the belief
enough, and money is the root cause of all evil, it cuts you can actually start choosing whether or not to
the love, and it's not easy and so on…. What is really perpetuate it. If you would like a partner in this
true is that my parents hadn't any understanding process of improving how you relate to your money,
about money or their relationship with money. Money give me a call. We will help you dissolve the money
was not the cause of fights, fear or tension their beliefs and build a great relationship with money.
relationship was. Makes sense doesn't it?
Feedback of Money Doesn’t on Trees - Satyam Learning Centre,Pune


Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees was conducted in the form a webinar for Satyam
associates & their family members across the globe.


Program Name: Money Doesn't Grow on Trees

Date: 18th January, 08
Venue: Webinar
Faculty Name: Mr. Nitin Ahir (Tej Gyan Foundation)


Faculty 1 Effectiveness Rating Score % Score

Knowledge Level demonstrated by faculty 4.33 87%

Style of delivery (Communication / presentation) 4.61 92%
Ability to respond to queries 4.45 89%
Faculty Effectiveness 4.4 89%

Course Structure Effectiveness Rating Score % Score

Extent to which Course objectives were met 4.43 89%

Structure / Sequence / Methodology of course 4.35 87%
Relevance of the course content 4.24 85%
Course Structure Effectiveness 4.3 87%

Mention 2 most liked aspects

I liked everything about the program, it enabled me to view money in a different perspective.
Practical examples were given.
The faculty picked up a very relevant and good topic on which we do not find many discussions
The organization is my big home and home is my small organization
that work organizations would build on this notion of
integration rather than on the presumed separation
of work from family.
Gyan Foundation works on the premise that 'work life
is an extension of personal life.' Any imbalance at
home will directly be responsible for the fall in
productivity of the employee - the relations at home
will affect the relations at work. Unless the family
members are not committed to the employees' work
life, none of the parties will be able to harvest true
effectiveness. So personal productivity and
effectiveness is not possible unless every employee
and its family members believe that
Introduction “The organization is my big home and home is my
small organization.”
We spend approximately a quarter of our adult lives
in our workplace environment. Given the significant
life investment we have in our workplace, it is
important that it be a place where employees
experience professional success, personal balance
and opportunities for choices and resources. WHY FAMILY RETREAT?
In this world of increasing demands on our time and Any imbalance at home will adversely affect the
energy, there is a challenge of balancing daily productivity of the employee
responsibilities between work and home. An increasing time squeeze
The challenge of integrating work and family life is Financial pressures
part of everyday reality for the majority of families. Spill over of stress to other places
For many these challenges are experienced as: High cost of absenteeism/lost investment in
An increasing time squeeze human resources
Many working adults in families have difficulty
providing the ordinary daily attention needed for the
well-being of family members, including themselves.
Family pressures
Families face difficulties, since parents at work must
often leave children alone, with serious
consequences for their safety, health, learning,
supervision, and nurturance.
Spill over of stress to other social and
community institutions
Family stresses inevitably spill over into places not
designed nor sufficiently funded to deal with them-
schools, social service agencies, police, courts, and
religious institutions - creating institutional overload
and additional stress for their employees.
High costs of turnover, absenteeism, and lost
investments in human resources
Employers with workforce facing difficulties at home
experience the costs of losing valued workers as
workers seek more accommodating arrangements
or even leave the workforce altogether.
Employers, families, employee all have roles to play
in integrating work and family life, but none of them
can solve this problem acting alone. Balance
connotes equality - that is, what you give to work
must equal (or balance) what you give to family.
Effective work and family integration would mean
The organization is my large home and home is my small organization
Formation of the family What role are you playing in the family?
TEJSANSARI: right balance of You are not the role you are playing
professional and personal lives. Why are families given to us?
Game : “Roles of the family members”

Understanding the differences. Interaction on understanding the differences

Wisdom on the differences
Game of complications in relationships

Platforms of smooth relationships What is a platform?

How to build one discussion between couples.
Stress report chart
Second quality of a tejsansari is tejvishwas
Game : building trust in the relationship

What's your love quotient How do people experience feeling loved?

Our mental map of the world is not the world.
Game of greeting cards

Breaking the illusionary Glasses. What are the illusionary glasses in our lives
Shifting through movie clips.
Breaking the illusionary glasses
Gratitude session


Every participant undergoes 4 PARADIGM SHIFTS along with their family


Shifting from 'Suppression' Most families suppress their emotions. Anger outbursts or staying
to 'Expression' aloof are manifestations of suppression. Families will be taught
how to express than suppress.

Shifting from Problem Problem solving is solving them one by one. Being problems' free
Solving to being Problem is to dissolve all problems once and for all. Families will be taught
to see problems in a different light and how to draw strength from
each other when problems occur.

Shifting from Guilt & Worry The biggest blocks for an effective life are guilt and worry. Through
to Freedom various experiments, families will experience true
freedom….freedom to be as you are.

Shifting from Personal to At the end, participants go back truly convinced that all life is
Impersonal impersonal, be it at work or at home and a shifting that, “the
organization is my large home and home is my small

The Family Retreat is an ultimate transformation program you can

gift to your employees and families. The transformation is sure to
bear fruits ...
The organization is my large home and home is my small organization

Feedback of Family Harmony Retreat - Satyam Learning Centre



Family Harmony Retreat was designed for Satyam associates & their families,
primarily for couples, to understand the purpose & meaning of their relationship


Program Name: The Family Harmony Retreat

Date: 18th Nov, 07
Venue: Hotel Panchshil Club, Moshi
Faculty Name: Mr. Nitin Ahir (Tej Gyan Foundation)


Faculty 1 Effe ctivene ss Rating Score % Score

Faculty Effectiveness ( point score) 4.7 94%

Cou rse Structure Effe ctivene ss Rating Score % Score

Course Structure Effectiveness (point score) 4.7 94%

Mention 2 most liked aspects

Everything is excellent
Bringing thoughts forward
Understanding the seven life transforming principle
The First Principle

We are all herewith some

definite purpose We may not
know the purpose That there
are only lessons in the purpose
That there are only lessons in

The Second Principle

Two polarities are identical in nature differing only

in degree.

There is no way to know one without the other.

Internally both are together.
The Third Principle
Are negative or bad things happening to
you and you can't figure out why? Are there
good things in your life and you want them
to stay, but you don't know how? Are you The difference between
attracting things and people to you that you subconscious and conscious.
wish you weren't? Are all hard working Our mind cannot differentiate
people rich? How can i be at ease with
myself? between true and false pictures.
Here are seven principles that you will want
to pay attention to. These are natural
principles as basic as gravity, and, if you
use them in the right way, can bring power,
wealth and success. If you understand the The Fourth Principle
synopsis given below and train yourself
accordingly, you will no longer be able to The difference between the
say, "I don't know why these things happen
to me." karma/ action and faith /
These are principles that should be destiny.
respected. If you break them, you pay a Understanding the MYTHS and
price. If you know them, obey them, and use REALITY
them, your success will be assured. If you
are unaware of these principles, you will
struggle and there will be no true direction in
life. When we don't know what we are
doing, we doubt our reasons for doing it. The Fifth Principle
You can't be integrated when you
continually harbor a niggling doubt. These
seven principles are pointers whether Everything is in constant
something goes right or wrong, you can and never ending motion,
trace it back to these principles.
all animate & inanimate
things have a vibration.
A change in vibration caus-
es a change its manifesta-
Understanding the seven life transforming principle
The Sixth Principle The Seventh Principle

All things have their cycle As it is on the physical

and operate accordingly, plane, so it is on the
there are high & low points mental, social, econom-
in every cycle. What is ical and spiritual plane.
required is tuning for best All the planes affect each
results. other, they are all inter-
Meditation does that linked. One affects the
exactly. other and vice versa.

Feedback of The Seven Keys of Success- A Series - Satyam Learning Centre


The Seven Keys of Success- A Series of 7 interventions was conducted in the form
A webinar for Satyam associates & their family for their Asia Pacific Associates.


Program Name: 7 Keys of Success - Seven Mighty Principle

Date From: 5th March, 08 To: 16th April, 08 (Every Wednesday)
Venue: Webinar
Faculty Name: Mr. Nitin Ahir (Tej Gyan Foundation)


Faculty 1 Effectiveness Rating Score % Score

Faculty Effectiveness ( point score) 4.6 92%

Course Structure Effectiveness Rating Score % Score

Course Structure Effectiveness (point score) 4.4 88%

Mention 2 most liked aspects

T he participation from the s peaker and quality of s lides .
T he knowledg e we g ained about one's purpos e , thanks for providing us an opportunity to
acquire s uch g ood knowledg e along with work us ing webinar facility.
T his prog ram extens ively covered the purpos e
T he prog ram is beneficial . And certainly it adds to the motivation of the people. W e
appreciate if you include more s uch prog rams .
T he way in which the faculty has demons trated this cours e is really g ood.
T he relevance of the topic and has g iven an excellent ins ight .
“This whole seminar of Tejgyan foundation is out of the world I am lucky to be part of this.”
Antra Goswami, Student
IBMR college

“The seminar was excellent it touched the right areas of concern and I don't think there
was a better was this could have been done.”
Isha Shroti, Student MBA
Indira college

“In future when I will be having memories about my CDAC, you and your seminar will be on
the top thanks.”
Harish Sorate, Student
CDAC pune

“The takeaway programs was “don't bottle up your feelings be more expressive.”
Rekha Kalia, Business head Samanway
Satyam Computers

“Overall seminar was very good and practically possible to implant the things.”
Preeti Jhanjhari, Employee
S1 services.

“The video shooting and the eye contact drill provided the maximum value.”
Gouri Shankar, Management trainee

“I wanted to invite the top three in training for my students; Tejgyan was first on my list.”
Prof Pitambare, Dean placements
Sinhgad college of engineering Pune

“Students found it stimulating, Shaking off their rigid beliefs and opening horizons to
look at life.”
Dr RR Gaur, Professor IIT Delhi



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Sinhgad College Of Engineering Pune Cdac Acts Pune
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