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Holding the sense of I-Am is considered one of the most valid methods among traditional teachers. Those of us who have followed Self-Inquiry or Advaita teachings are well aware of the I-Am , especially after this method was advocated by the great Advaita Master Sri...
The Song of Kali by Rajiv Kapur and Daniel MillsThe I-Am that I am is not just in the background; the I-Am that I am is also in the foreground. The I-Am that I am in the background is in the form of Durga; the I-Am that I am in the foreground is in the form of Me,...
Most teachings, especially New Age, advocate a “romantic idealism” form of spiritual practice, rather than acknowledge the stark reality of the relative plane. But while we are in the body, the world continues to affect us all, including our abidance in SELF. This...
Introduction I have spoken on many aspects and various practices — from Kriya Yoga to Self-Inquiry techniques... from effort to grace... from the Absolute to the wrath of Kali... from affirming to burning. The reason is simple. One particular teaching or technique...
Many seekers ask me what is the one quality that they must have to achieve success on the royal path of Self-realization. Looking back at my journey, I would say it is ‘thirst.’ You see, I am a very thirsty person. Right from the first, I was full of thirst. So I...
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