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The 101 Expressions of Living Enlightenment

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What is living enlightenment? “Living enlightenment is actualizing the limitless potential and experiencing the ultimate as every moment of life unfolds afresh. Living in this divine space is living the best life and doing the greatest service to society.” ~ … 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

How do you perceive your body and mind?

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Are you aware that how you perceive your body-mind affects your health? What is the principle of Vedic holistic systems? This week I was helping a few devotees with certain health issues and I couldn’t help but noticed many people … Continue reading

Three truths you need to know about Yoga

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Today is the third year we are celebrating globally the International Day of Yoga after its first inauguration on 21st June 2016. As a living Yogi, I would like to share the three truths about yoga which was shared by … Continue reading

Awakened Kundalini makes your divine

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What is Kundalini Shakti? What are its uses and benefits? What are the fears related to it? This article is taken from a Tamil discourse on the topic ‘Kundalini Shakti’ by a living incarnation, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji). … Continue reading

Readiness for intense action breaks all patterns

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Last week during a evening discourse, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji), a living incarnation told all his disciples and devotees to pen down a list of 25 things which they were inspired by him but didn’t take action. Many … Continue reading

Living Guruvak aligns you to authenticity

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What is Guruvak? A Guru means the one who dispels darkness and takes you toward light. Vak means words or instructions. So Guruvak means taking the words of the Guru or the divine command by the Guru. In the Vedic … Continue reading

Revival of Authentic Yoga: Nithyananda Yoga

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Are you confused by the plethora of types of Yoga out there? How can you tell which is the authentic Yoga? It was my sincere seeking which had led me to discover the Source of Yoga and for the first … Continue reading

Space of a living teacher vs. a yoga instructor

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This week, as I was finalizing with my teamily (team and family) all the preparations and publicity materials of the coming workshops and training programs in Malaysia, I had an amazing click. The click was about the space of a … Continue reading

Handling violence in children

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Have you noticed that kids are getting very violent these days? Has your child been bullied in school? How you do handle violence in your children? I am seeing a worrying trend in children – that is – an increase … Continue reading

A new species in the making

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Two weeks ago, I was away in India, Bengaluru adheenam (monastery) with my son to attend a 10-day meditation workshop called ‘Nithyanandam for NewGen’, a program designed for children and youth age 8-21 years old to awaken their higher possibilities … Continue reading

Create a sacred playground for your child

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This year, I have begun yet another new expansion called Parents-Kids-Home Yoga. The genesis of this project came about when I decided to commission a very talented friend of mine from Hong Kong to draw a set of Beginners series … Continue reading

A new life after Sadashivoham

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Three months spent with a living Avatar in the mystical kshetra (energy field) can be equivalent to spending 4-5 years of one’s lifetime in the normal human plane. That’s the intensity and the richness of my experience with Nithyananda Yogam … Continue reading

Your problems aren’t big as you think

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Are you struggling with problems in life? Do you feel overwhelmed or depressed by your problems? The first thing I learned about problems in life from my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) is that our mind is not logical as … Continue reading

Aligning to the Source of Yoga

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On Tuesday, 21st June happened to be the International Day of Yoga, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji), a living Yogi and an enlightened master, gave three important revelations about the Source of Yoga that the world should know. First, … Continue reading

Silence is the source of inspiration and creation

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Do you know the power of silence? Are you aware that our body actually heals faster when we are in silence? After coming back from the 21-day Suddhadvaitam program at Kumbh Mela in Ujjain for 2 weeks, I am experiencing … 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