Thank you for visiting my website, and reading my blog. In this space, I share my thoughts on yoga, and my experiences from my spiritual journey.
I am blessed to have received guidance from several great spiritual Masters of the present and the past. Shudham means pure. On my blog, I honour, celebrate and share the beauty, innocence, and purity of my Masters.
I have also been fortunate to travel around the globe and teach yoga to thousands of beautiful people from all walks of life. My students are very special to me. When I write, I keep my students in mind, as they can relate more to what I write.
As you will see from my posts, Yoga for me is much bigger than just the asanas and pranayamas – It is about celebrating life. It is about being a better person and living a meaningful life that is not self-centered. It is about acknowledging the goodness in others. It is about admiring the creation and the Creator. It is about taking a moment to watch a bird fly, and feel so much oneness with the bird that you feel that you yourself are flying. It is about taking the time to watch the leaves on a tree dance, and believe that they are dancing just for you. It is about taking each breath, and drinking each drop of water with gratefulness.
All is God, and God is all. Yoga is about loving God. It is about loving all, including yourself.
Above: My primary inspirations from past, and present: Saint Kabir, Saint Tulsi Das, Guru Nanak, Swami Hari Das Giri, and now, Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Below: Some of my travels around the world