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Saturday, 17 March 2012 10:56

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

Supreme Truth, Goodness and Beauty

This is the Self

All it takes is a willingness to see

That the Self is absolutely free

When the clouds of maya fade

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

When the illusion of a “me” expires

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

When hatred is seduced by God´s Love

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

When the heart implodes with ecstatic bliss

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

When our gaze sees all as the bodyless, Radiant Sameness

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

When the vows are strong as a rock to build the House of God upon

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

When the sangha is flooded with divine love

And free of all worries, suffering, and confusion

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

When the ultimate teaching of selflessness Is

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

God is Satyam Shivam Sundaram

I am Satyam Shivam Sundaram

Satyam Shivam Sundaram

Satyam Shivam Sundaram



Friday, 16 March 2012 16:00


For the ego, there is a trend

To be the one who is the best

Always trying to beat the rest


The logic may go, something like so:

The more I give, the more I receive

The one who gives most, is the one who never goes

The more I produce, the more I am of use

The more I can be of help, the lesser I have to think of resolving my own life´s hell

The more I am in control, the greater is my role

The more I add to the whole, the safer is my bowl

The more I shine, the larger will be my shrine

So eternity seems to lie in the presence of my stride


This all sounds quite green

But there is a trap unseen in between

That all these good deeds, are not the highest good indeed

Because they don´t purify

The illusion that must die


Now action is a must, in that we can all trust

But there can only be one I

And that is the Self who is free of pride


The most powerful move

Is to see one´s ego be removed

Whoever can constantly hold the silent inner gold

Is the one who is always shining as the All


He or she who lives in blissful peace

Will be the one who receives the Feast

A feast of light and eternity

Filled with might and divinity


The true dharma lies in your capacity

To serve wholeheartedly without egocentricity

For this you have to be free of fantasies

And Be the Silent Presence that has no boundaries


To truly be one who is indispensable

One has to be a yogi who is absolutely impeccable

And to really be the Holy See

There cannot be a trace of “me”


The highest difference that can be sustained

Will come out of the womb of the Radiant Sameness

In this no strife shall we ever have to face

Because God´s light is sweet soft grace


So no more illusions or grave confusions

Only blissful, sacred, and miraculous fusions

The Self is love and love and love

The Self is light, oh what great light

The Self is might, oh holy might

The Self I am, I am the Self

The Self, The Self, The Self, The Self




Dear Sir,

I have been following your videos and essay for sometime now.

I cannot appreciate enough the expansiveness and brilliance of your topics and what it means to humanity in general.

I hope rishis and yogis like you will guide humanity through these apocalyptic times.

May be one day I will be lucky enough to visit your ashram in Costa Rica.

Thank you

Rajiv Paliath


Sunday, 16 January 2011 14:53

Doing vs. Not Doing vs. Non-Doing

Questioner: I have come across some teachers who say that there is absolutely nothing that you can do to be awakened, as any effort will create more duality.

They say no practice is needed. I was wondering if you agree with any part of their teachings.
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 22:10

Surrendering to God

Questioner: Hello master, I have an important question I would very much like an answer to.

The question is: When you talk about "surrendering to god", to put it short, how do you go about doing that?

I've heard many teachers say the exact same thing... just surrender... stop... rest...
But how do I surrender? How? I am most certain you don't mean physically rest...
I understand what you said... letting go of all the frames of reference created by language - by our conceptualisation of what is real - which turns out not to be real.
But how do I let go of the these frames of reference?
You also mention that we practice this with meditation. If I study meditation long enough, do I "attain" enlightenment?

Much love to you.
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