Tag Archives: enlightenment

Renounce ignorance, not the world

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Once a sincere seeker asked an enlightened master, Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam: “Dear master, is it necessary to renounce the world to realize the self?” Bhagawan replied: “To realize the self, there is only one thing you must be willing … Continue reading

Rediscover love for self and the Whole

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I had such a fantastic time in Taiwan last week teaching the second module of Mothers Love Kids Yoga Teachers Training. During this training, I had added one important process for the six aspiring teachers – Love Samyama so that … Continue reading

Secret revelations from International Day of Yoga

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Last Friday on 21st June happened to be the International Day of Yoga, which was celebrated annually since its inception in 2015. An international day for Yoga was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). As many of … Continue reading

Giving life to a depressed teenager

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About nine months ago, one of my yoga students shared with me about her troubled teenage daughter who had lost interest in life and withdrawn herself into her own cocoon. She would choose to engage with her mother as and … Continue reading

Surrender is to awaken the real YOU

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On Labour Day 1st May, I conducted a workshop in Singapore on the subject of Bhakti Yoga – Dasa Bhava (relating with Divine as leader), to a group of devotees of His Divine Holiness, Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam (fondly known … Continue reading

Healing the confusion in gender identity

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Last week I conducted a two-day workshop in Taiwan called ‘Experience Your Divinity’, to a group of participants focusing on awakening the divine feminine consciousness of individuals. Before you can experience the divinity within, you have to heal all the … Continue reading

Responsible destruction is renewal

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Today is the auspicious day of Shivaratri. ‘Shiva’ means causeless auspiciousness, ‘ratri’ means night. Shiva is one of the principal deities of Hinduism. He is also known as Mahadeva (Lord of all Lords – the ultimate Divine Cosmic Consciousness). The … Continue reading

Unclutching leads you to the ultimate experience

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In my past articles, I had written a few times about unclutching as a science of self-purifying technique to lead one to the ultimate experience of eternal bliss. This article goes deeper to the levels of unclutching. See, I was … Continue reading

eN-Kriya: a sacred secret to awaken your possibility

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In January 2011, I was initiated into this powerful technique called eN-Kriya by my Guru, his name is called Paramahamsa Nithyananda, a living avatar (fondly known as Swamiji). Through this powerful technique, he awakened my inner potential energy – Kundalini … Continue reading

Experiencing Yoga as a passive feminine expression

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Two weekends ago, I conducted a 2.5-day Yoga workshop titled ‘Tune Your Body’ for a small group of ladies who came all the way from Hong Kong and Vietnam. For the first time, I am opening up the way Yoga … Continue reading

Sensitivity to see life as a continuous rhythm

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When we relate with kids, people or animals, we don’t have the awareness and sensitivity to cognize that the beings in front of us are on their journey of evolution. We really don’t know the purpose of these beings and … Continue reading

The lesson when life takes something away from you

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The last 7 months had been a period of great changes in my life. This morning when I was in the meditative state in Shaktipata (feeling connection) with Swamiji, my Guru, His Divine Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda, I felt the anger … Continue reading

Sankhya is Reality: The Knowledge of Completion

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This whole week I was reading the chapter on Sankhya Yoga in Bhagavad Gita. Interestingly, I discovered so many clicks from Lord Krishna, the Purnavatar (complete incarnation) when he started to address Arjuna’s fear in waging a war and the … Continue reading