Organizing quarterly events available for both corporations and individuals, Çiğdem Güven, carried out a seminar on April 4th, 2015 with the topic of Spiritual Intelligence at Boğaziçi University Alumni Association.

Yogesh Sharda, presenting thousands of seminars, workshops and courses throughout the world, participated the seminar as a guest speaker which was held in English between the hours of 11:00 am. and 12:30 am.

Aiming to provide different perspectives about life with its inspiring guest speakers and experts, Çiğdem Güven Seminars hosted Yogesh Sharda,The Spiritualist.

In his inspirational speech on April 4th 2015 at Boğaziçi University Alumni Association, Yogesh Sharda, born in Africa, with an Indian background and brought up in London and Oxford, England, presented his remarks on Spiritual Intelligence, which is higher at people who is internally driven and have a focused and concentrated minds.
Has been a personal development trainer for over 20 years and sustaining his presentations around Turkey over the last 14 years, Yogesh Sharda, claimed that spiritual intelligence is directly related with the personal sense of identity and personal sense of purpose in life. At the seminar which was held in English, Yogesh Sharda emphasized that individuals whose spiritual intelligence is higher are also able to maintain personal contentment regardless of circumstances.
After the opening speech by Çiğdem Güven; Yogesh Sharda, a Personal Development Trainer with over 20 years of experience, gave a speech about effective meditation techniques, ways to attain serenity and breathing exercises for physical relaxation.

Sharda closed the seminar with a question-answer session where he concluded with, “The way you use your thought energy influences your way of living. This type of energy is still one we waste a lot today. You think too much. Overthinking may be humankind’s worst habit. This is why the mind loses its vitality in time and grows weaker. Unnecessary and useless thoughts are like a hole in the mind that sucks the energy away. When the mind grows tired, it runs out of battery.”