The End of The Road and Rebirth

When one has had a touch with death, it is certainly hard to return to mundane things, but I am trying nonetheless. Yesterday was the first day that there were glimpses of light, the energy seems to have come back into the body and even though I remain open as never before, it seems a […]

St. Francis of Assisi, animals and nature

As strange as this may sound to some or others, deep faith as well as beauty and love are carried in every tradition. The risings of Kundalini Ĺšakti or a spiritual awakening through the heart, is the path that is paved with true devotion and love for God. God here has many names, mind you. […]

St. Teresa of Avila and The Seven Mansions

Finally, I have moved out of town. It had become so much mission impossible with the clair sentience exploding and the ajna cakra so wide open, that I often wonder how, as humanity we have become so dull, tired, and seeking to make conversation when there is nothing to be said in the first place. […]

To Shaktipat or not to shaktipat

Before you feel like embarking on the journey or quest towards enlightenment, let me try to give you an advice and a good warning: It is neither easy nor straight forward. It’s substantially messy as you can see from my blog alone. There are a lot of benefits and when you are blissed out, in […]

Frequency Of Unconditional Love

When Consciousness decides to go into full throttle, there is no stopping her: One has to surrender fully. Since the true death of the ego a few weeks back, there exists no more separation between the “I” and others. It just does not exist at all and never has existed. THIS is the grand illusion […]

The Last Stages of Enlightenment or Being one and the same as the Cosmos

When the “I” seizes to exist and one just is, it becomes increasingly difficult to relate to others, or rather you are one with them all, yet not at all. What does that mean? There are a few stages of enlightenment, 7 in fact. The first few are reached easily enough if one is persistent […]

Ahimsa or the practice of non-violence

Photo by: Elliott & Fry Mahatma Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, born 2nd October 1869-1948 in Gujarat, was known for his practice of non-violence, what is called “ahimsa” in Yoga. He lived a very simple life and is one of the people I definitely look up to, at the same time wondering, whether my standards of […]