• “Wherever you walk, the whole Universe walks with you.
    It will work with you better when you become consciously aware of it.”

    Srinivas Arka

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Srinivas Arka is a philosophical author, speaker and developer of human positive potential programmes. He is known for his work serving communities around the world.


Highly regarded for his lectures, workshops and books, his work has inspired people around the world to explore and develop their intuitive awareness, thus helping them to achieve a more balanced and fulfilling life for themselves and where possible helping those around them.

Srinivas Arka methods and educational programmes have helped people gain more clarity, admirably manage their stress and to find their own answers. They are able to understand the influence of the mind on their physical health, and learn ways to achieve their objectives by being self-guided by their own active, intuitive faculty.

Mind-body quandary has been one of the most intensely debated topics in Philosophy for centuries. Resolving it, is not the problem but like a question and answer matrix – one wonders which comes first? You cannot think of a question without considering a potential answer at the same time; an answer which may be in the form of dormant awareness in your subliminal mind. Every answer inspires a question and every question stimulates an answer. Like binary numbers, they precede or follow. As constructive debates on the mind-body problem continue to evolve, we will be able to gain a better understanding of this topic. An element that is not mentioned much in philosophical debates is heart-based-intuitive consciousness, which could add some insight into a new dimension of comprehending the mind-body problem. It is through developing this heart-based intuitive awareness, that people are able to discover and recognise their unique positive potential and experience personal growth.