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Swimming in madness

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Have you ever felt at some periods in your life that you are literally swimming in madness? For the last 2 years after I returned from the 25-day spiritual retreat called Mahasadashivoham 2017 in India, there were many moments I … Continue reading

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

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

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

No short cut to Spirituality

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Are you one of those people constantly trying to take short cuts in life? Do you think you can hide the inauthentic actions from the presence of God? Here is a beautiful story narrated by a living incarnation, Paramahamsa Nithyananda … Continue reading

Sitting with the Master

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I just completed writing my very first eBook, titled ‘Cancer: A death sentence or a wake-up call? You Decide’ in less than 2 months! I was utterly amazed by the whole process of creation especially when I struggled to complete … Continue reading

Vedic Lifestyle is Conscious Living

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I didn’t know how much Vedic lifestyle had changed my life till I spent 8 days in Japan last week on a family vacation. Before living a Vedic lifestyle, I used to love many things Japanese – the delicate food, … Continue reading