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Acid wash your beliefs with spiritual cognition

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All my life I carried certain cognitions about life which were either inserted into me by societal conditioning or by my own limited understanding out of fear, greed or incompletions from the past. I was so integrated with these limited … Continue reading

Encourage every possibility with love and respect

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Do you see possibility or impossibility in life? How often do you shut down a possibility in your life? Do you keep every possibility available for your child? The more I work with children, the more I truly embrace the … Continue reading

Experience of many lifetimes @ Simhastha Kumbh Mela

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I just got back from an incredible 21-day program called Suddhavaditam which happened in Ujjain during the Simhasta Kumbh Mela with my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji). The program was attended by some 3,500 people from all over … Continue reading

Anything you do with intensity becomes Yoga

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I was always fascinated by the power of intensity exuded by the enlightened masters. If you notice everything they do, intensity is the underlying common thread. This was one quality which I deeply aspired to develop in me in 2010 … Continue reading

Kumbh Mela: Nectar of Immortality

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In another 10 days, I shall be on the plane to my very first pilgrimage in India called Kumbh Mela in Ujjain city of Madhya Pradesh state. The Sanskrit word ‘Kumbh‘ can be translated as ‘Pot’, which emerged from ‘Samudra … Continue reading

Judging Life is Violence

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Do you know that the more judgments you carry about life, the more you will suffer with unnecessary violence and anger? We are always so quick to pass judgment on a particular person based on one experience or even on … Continue reading

Discover the higher knowledge

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In the 7th Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, we know that there are 3 different levels of knowledge – the direct perception from senses, inference from right cognition and the words of an enlightened Master. If you only follow the society, … Continue reading

The Three Sources of Right Knowledge

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Do you know there are three sources of right knowledge? In Yoga Sutra Verse 7th, Patanjali gave us the three sources of right knowledge: Direct Perception, Inference and Competent Evidence constitute right knowledge. If one were to read this sutra … Continue reading

Understanding of modifications of the mind

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For those intellects out there, this is a sutra for you from Patanjali, the great sage of yoga. In the 6th Sutra, he states that “Right knowledge, wrong knowledge, imagination, sleep and memory – these are the 5 modifications of … Continue reading

Yoga: Living in a different zone of existence

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The year was 2009 when I first heard the discourse on Yoga Sutra of Patanjali as interpreted by a living incarnation, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji). Patanjali, the great sage declares that the state of Yoga is the cessation … Continue reading

Surrender to Life

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From my last article, many of you may have read about the phenomenal 21-day yoga retreat called Nithyanandoham 1008 which is going to take place in Phuket from December 7-27 by a living incarnation, Paramahama Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji). … Continue reading

Children respond to your space not words

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Do you feel frustrated when your child does not listen to you? Are you having trouble understanding your child? Do you wish to have deep communion with your child? Many parents and caretakers are not aware of the truth that … Continue reading

Be Aware of Your Mind

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Yesterday I was reading the notes of Yoga Sutras 181 & 182 by the great sage, Patanjali as interpreted by Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) and I found so many clicks which could help humanity become aware of the … Continue reading

Giving care from the pure space of completion

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Yesterday I had the fortune of conducting a special 3-hour workshop on Self-care for a group of caregivers which turned out to be an excellent learning experience for me. Caregiving is catching on in a big way since Singapore is … Continue reading