Devotion And Devotee Are Supreme

These are some of my yogi friends in India. We had so much fun together. Having fun makes the journey shorter and enjoyable. We need to be sincere on the path, and not serious. A serious mind is more active. It judges more and holds more concepts.

 Some sharing :

“Just after the retreat we were cleaning up the hall. KrishanJi also came to the hall. One moment KrishanJi asked me very gently how I feel after the retreat. And I could not tell anything else but the truth that I feel like after a lot of operations on a different levels of my own human existence, starting from the base of the spine all the way up to the neck and top of the head, and figuratively speaking now I was learning how to walk again. But all this happened so tenderly, so gently like in a game, but got so deep and so profound.

Yoga with KrishanJi is like an absolutely pure, beautiful nature. It is like a flower in a field reaching for the Sun and opening up in the Sunrise and closing and bowing it’s head down in the Sunset – this is how I experience yoga with wondrous  KrishanJi. Step by step it took me back to my Self in a very delicate and gentle way.  Thank you so much dear KrishanJi! ”     – Inese, Course in Latvia <3


“He made us climb the mountain, Right to the Top!
Not only did we climb it, but he established that mountain deep inside us too!
A mountain of faith,
A mountain of peace,
A mountain of joy,
A mountain of LOVE!

We reached the pinnacle of devotion,
And just stayed there, singing and dancing in ecstasy!

His presence magical & infinite,
His words carrying a universe within a universe,
His smile like the blossom of a thousand petals,
His eyes sparkling divinity!

To him, who has opened another dimension to existence,
I offer my humble pranams,
To him who has taken us from the real to the “real”
I offer my humble pranams…

Thankyou Krishanji!
You have set a heart on fire again,
It is burning in sweet devotion!

May your MAGIC touch all Beings! ”    — Bhamini , Course in India <3

Bharti is a perfect human being. She plays every role in life with sincerity, dedication, wisdom, care, and child-like innocence.  I feel blessed and privileged to be married to her. She is loved , respected, and admired immensely by her family, friends, students, patients, and above all by Guru Ji. Soon after our marriage, she and my mother became very close to each other which meant a lot to me. My mother used to call her a bundle of high qualities and virtues.

She is a devotee with unshakable faith. Having a devotee of such pure and firm devotion in the family is a very auspicious blessing, that provides protection and assurance that everything is, and would be, okay. 

Bharti and I have travelled the same spiritual path, and though we have had our share of challenges and shaky times, our journey together has been very nurturing and fulfilling. <3

Supreme Love

“That  alone is to be accomplished. Having obtained the supreme love , the devotee sees, hears, and thinks God alone, and speaks of Him alone.”  Narada Bhakti Sutras  

 Obtaining the state of a true devotion is the highest achievement on the spiritual path. In true devotion, the Divine becomes your priority.  You feel the Divine presence within and without. It becomes your breath.  You feel It when you are awake, and dream about It when asleep. It becomes Primary, and all else becomes secondary. 

But this state of devotion can also bring pain in different ways. Since the world becomes secondary for you, it may cause emotional pain to your close ones who may not like being secondary. You feel their pain. Even I, who understands the value of devotion, at times feel secondary, but seeing it only as my ego stuff, I move on.  Another  pain that you may feel is if you are not supported and understood by your loved ones. However, the greater pain arises from the longing for the Divine. Though you always feel very close and one with the Divine, but it is never close enough. A small separation remains which can not be filled.

It is this state of closeness and small separation, which gives rise to Meera, Kabira, Guru Nanak, Tulsidas, Jesus, and alike.



Jesus was a true devotee. When Jesus said ‘My God, my God, why have You forsaken me’,  it wasn’t  because of the pain from the nails being pierced through His body. Instead, it was because of a  much greater pain which arose from the intense longing for God. Meera asks the same,”Why have You forgotten me and left me alone?” <3

Honour A Devotee

Over the years, in my journey, I have met so many true devotees with supreme devotion. Some of them are fortunate that their devotion is accepted and encouraged by their loved ones.  But there are also many who are judged, questioned, ridiculed, and pressured into doing things that they are no longer interested in. But they bear it all and continue. They learn to hide their devotion, and try to please others but, like Meera, they live like empty shells. Meera says, “My prana lives there (with my beloved), here it is only an empty shell.”

A devotee must be honoured, and not ridiculed and punished. Obtaining supreme love is an accomplishment that must be celebrated. There is no difference between God and a devotee. That’s why Jesus could say ‘Me and my Father are one.”  A devotee is soaked in God’s love. That’s why Kabira could say ,”The whole world runs after God but God runs after me.”

Being with a devotee is being with God.  Honouring a devotee is honouring God. A devotee, for sure, is liberated, and also brings fulfillment to many others.

“The past generations rejoice in their fulfillment, the divine beings in heaven dance in joy and this earth itself becomes endowed with a Savior.” Narada Bhakti Sutras <3

Protect your devotion and continue……



Guru kindles the devotion in you, but you need to protect it. A lot happens on the path, especially around Guru, both in words and actions, which can create judgements, doubts, concepts and expectations in your mind. These are the clouds that  block you from experiencing your own devotion and you may feel that you have lost it, which can be a big discouragement on the path.  A true seeker recognizes and observes these rising waves in the mind, but remains above them and continues. Judgements, expectations, and demands spoil  love. It is almost impossible to avoid them, but you can learn to rise above them.

Guru’s love transcends judgements and expectations. That’s why He can always love you. His love is supreme. <3

Guru’s love was the reason….

It was a small incident at the Bangalore ashram that caused the major inward shift in me, and changed me forever, which I will share in another post. <3


Where He is not!

He is not just in the light

In darkness too.

Not just in the faith

He is in doubts too

How can you say

You don’t feel Him

Say it again, and listen

He is in your voice too. <3 <3

Glimpses from Malaysia & Taiwan + more

Dearest Krishanji, Universe of LOVE and GRATITUDE for YOU for BEING, for SHINING.. for SHARING.. for soooo much LOVE YOU have, for soooo much LOVE YOU ARE..

from all my HEART 🌹❤💕💞🌞🌠🌈🙏
Beata 🙂 💜


Dearest Krishanji,

Jaigurudev ! I have been reading your blogs and very impatiently wait for the next one. Each one takes me so deep inwards. Last night i found myself reading through all your past dozen blogs as a refresher and felt this huge wave of gratitude that swept me away in a different dimension. In particularly your blog “Shifting of the mind” brought me to tears like it was written for me. Just from that one blog, I feel so grounded and lots of external factors have ceased to perturb me. There was another poem “tears of god” that gave me a feel for God’s pain. 

The yoga TTC with you as well was a tuning point of my life. It was the most valuable 2 weeks that are shaping the rest of my life.

I am yet to learn all the skills to be a teacher like you. But knowing how simple you are , it seems like such an attainable goal.

with much love and gratitude


Glimpses from Malaysia and Taiwan

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Ten years ago, I took the SSYoga TTC Level 1 course with Krishanji and it was amazing. I was 5 months pregnant and during the full moon meditation, my baby kicked for the first time. There were many special moments during that course. When I briefly chatted with Dana about our experiences then, she said it was “like coming home”, for her. I didn’t really get it then. Now, after 11 years of being blessed with the art of living, I am seeing Krishanji for the second time. My daughter will be 10 years old and I am doing yoga as Krishanji instructs in his ever patient, encouraging, inspiring and beautiful way. It’s as if nothing has changed, yet so much has happened. He is so constant despite this ever changing world. I smile as I remember what Dana said about “coming home”. I get it now.

The four days of advance course was extraordinary. This is my 6th time and truly it is the best, For the first time, I felt a really deep connection to – I’m still not sure what, Source, Love, God, Guru, my Soul, Self, Spirit, but something familiar and for the first time I was able to also feel sensations, really observe and feel, observe without analyzing, Krishanji had said. Each meditation brought me closer and closer to Source. I have had glimpses of this in other advance courses and in my practice but this time it was the strongest. Right time and right place, just like coming home…!”

Jai Gurudev,
Rose Sivam
CEO, Pantheon Media


My apologies to the volunteers in Malaysia

On the last day of the course, being in a very serene space of love and devotion, I completely forgot to acknowledge and thank the volunteers. I know the volunteers didn’t want to be recognised. They were even too shy to have a group picture taken.  But how could I forget? They had worked so hard to organize the course, and ran it in a such a smooth fashion. There was not even a single thing that could have been improved or done better. It was perfect in every sense. Though I feel bad for not acknowledging them in front of all course participants, but I also believe that if a man fails to acknowledge someone’s good work, God acknowledges it in His beautiful and mysterious ways.

I thank you and love you all. <3


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Taiwan -2016


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350 people in Malaysia and 202 in Taiwan participated in the courses.  In both courses we had so much fun. Our day began at 5:00 am and ended at 10:00 pm. All participants were so full of enthusiasm, sincerity, and eagerness to learn. 

I got stopped at the Immigration

When I was leaving Taiwan and going through the immigration, the immigration officer looked at my face, and then at my picture in the passport,  4-5 times, and then without immigration controlsaying anything to me she called her supervisor. The supervisor came and she also looked at me and my picture a couple of times and told the officer that it was okay.  The officer said to me smilingly, “You look much younger and relaxed than your picture. So I had to confirm if you were the same person.”  I told her I had done lots of yoga in the past two weeks:)  “Oh! I have been thinking of taking yoga classes too. Thank you for visiting Taiwan.”, she said and gave me my passport back.  <3

Yoga is for everyone

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The beautiful lady  in yellow is Ningxi, a course participant in Taiwan. She faces many physical and other personal challenges.  She wasn’t able to do much during the asana sessions, but she participated in other sessions as much as she could. She would often lie down and rest on her bed which was put for her in the meditation hall. But regardless of any situation, she never lost her interest and smile during the course. At the end of the course she shared that just being there in that environment of yoga was healing for her. She hadn’t slept like that for many years, and she was now able to move her body much more, and that she felt very happy and content. 

People like her inspire me a lot to be more grateful in life. Gratefulness brings contentment and there is no better wealth than contentment. <3


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Above are some of the volunteers for the Taiwan course that made it all happen. They worked as a team in a very beautiful, loving, and harmonious way. Every thing was arranged so nicely, in a  flawless manner. Thank you and I love you all. <3

Sthiram Sukham Asanam 

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A simple act of standing, if done properly, can take you into meditation and connect you to your inner being. According to Patanjali, an asana should be steady and enjoyable (sthiram sukham asanam). If you are always anxious while practicing asanas, trying to achieve more, you can not enjoy being there and, therefore, can not experience the true benefit of the asana practice.

Here is a tip. Go into the asana first only to  80-90% of your limit. Check the posture for accuracy, and completely relax your  body and mind. Then slowly go to your full limit without  distorting the posture, and without disturbing the relaxation of body and mind. Stay there for few seconds feeling the inner connection.

You can also practice ‘sthiram sukham asanam’ off the yoga mat in your daily life by enjoying whatever you do, and by being steady and focused on it. There are many things in life that you may not like doing but you have to do them. Learning to do them also with interest is a skill that can be developed by abhyasa. Then your whole life can become full of interest and enjoyment. 



Sleeping better & Cultivating gratefulness

Currently I am at the Montreal ashram with Guru Ji, and my next course (Therapeutic Yoga Retreat) is in Latvia August 21-27



Krishan <3





Greetings from Boone, USA


Boone Centre

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I am at the Art of Living Retreat Centre in Boone, NC, US, conducting the Art of Living Yoga TTC program. This Retreat Center is one of my favourite places to conduct courses. It is so incredible how Gurudev Sri Sri  has established many beautiful Spiritual Centres all around the world where the surroundings and energy are very conducive for spiritual practices and growth. These Centres are the new pilgrimages for spiritual seekers.
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A mountain to me is not rocks and stones. To me it is a yogi in its vastness who has been sitting and meditating there for millions of years.  I see the whole creation  as a bouquet of God’s love. I can just keep looking at it. When you truly love someone, you love everything about them. A yogi is in love with God.


On the move…..

My next two courses are in Malaysia and Taiwan. I have scheduled a few more courses which you can see under ‘My Courses Schedule’. 

Yesterday a student in the course asked me if I found the people in each country different?  I said,” Yes, there are many external differences, but when we sit down to meditate and share knowledge of yoga, we transcend external differences and find that it is the same Divine life and love that flow in us all. The knowledge of yoga binds us into oneness” <3






Don’t feel loved?

 Master always protects devotees during storms. 
 To see yourself you need light and a mirror. Master is both.


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Master always loves you, no matter what!


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 Master and God are one and the same. Master’s love is God’s love. 

“Dear Krishanji,  It is very beautiful to see and read about your relationship with Guru Ji. What can I do to be closer to Him? There are times when I don’t feel loved. I have been in AOL for many years but still I have to wait for hours outside His kutir to see Him, while a few special ones can go in and out freely.” – M.T.

<3 Inspite of receiving so much love, I also have moments when I don’t feel loved. So don’t feel bad, you are not alone:) 

My Master’s love for me is a mystery. I look for a reason, but can’t find one. But then, if there was a reason, then it won’t be Divine love. 

There is nothing special I have done to come close to Him, and I also don’t see anything special about me, neither in the body nor in the mind.  

When I look at my body closely, I see filth, and a living ghost under the skin. Ghost with fluteIf I came to teach you without the cover of skin, you will run so fast and so far, that you will never come to my courses again. Just imagine me sitting there without the skin and playing flute. You will have nightmares. My intelligence lies in a cluster of billions of cells, and a network of nerves, and if any of it were to break, I won’t even remember my name. I am able to write this post only because this network is working properly. Otherwise, I am like a useless cell phone without a network. There is nothing in my control, and there is nothing special about me.

My mind is even filthier, and more out of control. It is filled with garbage of greed, desires, anger, ego, jealousy, manipulations, and much more. This garbage is so  deep-rooted that no matter how much of it I take out, it is always only a tip of the iceberg. Kabira says,”When I look at my mind closely, I find that I am the worst among all beings.” Kabira also says,” Lord Rama, calling Kabira.. Kabira.. , runs after me.”

I feel the same. Inspite of all my filth and garbage, my Master still loves me. It makes Him special, not me. It makes Him great, not me.

 When I pass by the people who are waiting outside His kutir, sometimes even in severe cold or hot weather, and when they see that I can just walk in, I can feel their agony, I can hear their questions, I can smell their anger, and for that reason, many times, instead of going in the kutir, I just turn around and go back. But five minutes later someone comes looking for me and tells me,”Guru Ji is looking for you.”  While going in the kutir, I don’t feel any special. Instead, I admire and bow down to the devotion of those waiting outside.

Once Guru Ji had arranged for a puja in His kutir at the Montreal ashram, and He had asked a few people to come there next morning to participate. So, wearing a new set of silk clothes for the puja, when I went to the kutir, there were a few people waiting outside. I knocked at the door and when someone opened the door to let meEnvy in, one person who was waiting there questioned angrily,” Why Krishan can go in and I can’t?”  I felt such a strong wave of anger and jealousy coming toward me that, though the door was open, I just couldn’t go in. Instead I turned around and went to the main building of the ashram. I was feeling bad and blaming myself for being the reason for someone’s anger and jealousy. Just to feel better, I cleaned all toilets in the main building. That was my puja. Guru Ji, of course, knew what had happened, He didn’t send anybody to look for me, for which I was glad. Later in the day, that person came and said sorry to me, and we hugged each other.

There is no answer to why  some people seem more close to Him. The more you try to find an answer, the worse it becomes. You end up doubting  yourself that perhaps there is something wrong with you. You end up doubting His love. It all pulls you down.

For such situations, when there are no answers, shifting my mind from ‘why is it so’ to ‘this is how it is’ has been very helpful for me.

In life, there are always some people ahead of you, and some behind you. Those who are ahead of you, they are not more special or any better, they are just ahead in the line, just like you are ahead of many. Some people have more in life, and some have less. You can not question this reality of outward life. A new reality dawns when the mind shifts inward. 

So, instead of questioning and analyzing, my mantra is ‘this is how it is’.  

When you see that you are also ahead of many, then you don’t feel anger and jealousy for those who are ahead of you. If you can feel happy for people who have more than you, or are ahead of you, then you will also not feel any special or better than those who are behind you, or have less than you. Instead you will be more loving and supportive to them. 

Following a Master is a path of trust and belief. You have to trust that the Master loves you equally no matter who you are or where you are. This is the truth. If you see or feel otherwise, that’s when applying of the knowledge becomes useful, as you are seeing or feeling something that is not true. With a Master, your spiritual path becomes multi dimensional.  You can not see or know all that happens in different dimensions. And, therefore, you can not base your journey on what you see or feel.

When you feel that someone else is more close to the Master, or that He loves them more, then you are belittling Master’s love. It is like saying that a tree is closer to the Sun than a plant, and the Sun loves a tree more than a plant. 

The fact that you can see your Master, even if from a distance, and the fact that you can wait outside His kutir, imply that you have already come very far ahead in your journey.

Now it is time to celebrate, to be happy for those who have more or are ahead of you, without Spiritual dancejudging and questioning their worthiness, and to support and love those who have less, or are behind you. This is the only way to free yourself from anger and jealousy, and remain steady on the path. When you are free from jealousy and anger, you may still have to wait outside His kutir, but you will discover another kutir in your heart where He always lives, where you will never have to wait. Then you will also be able to sing and dance like Kabira and  say,” Singing and dancing I go to my Beloved.”

There is no one special here, except Him. He loves all, and that’s what makes Him special. <3 <3

Guru Ji b:w

Master’s Touch

Covered in filth I lay  

Useless and worthless

He wiped me, yea

With His loving caress

I was precious again  <3

You are so innocent…


To my students: <3


Don’t ever take my advice

I am a blabber

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I pretend

And tell lies

But you don’t see that

 You are so innocent

Like a flower


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What I don’t do

And tell you not to do

What I do

I am a hypocrite

But you don’t see that

 You are so innocent

Like a butterfly


I know you will still come

And listen to my liespuppy-baby

And when I finish

You will hug me

With tears in your eyes

 You are so innocent

Like a baby


radha-dancing-to-tune-of-krishnas-flute-BE57_lInnocence is the road

That leads to His abode

You, for sure, will go there

To His flute and Divine affair



Where will I go?

I want to hide

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 In some place

But I can’t find

A corner

An inch of space

From infinity to naught

Where He is not!

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Yes, it is so

It is so

The only Truth that  I know

<3 <3


Shifting of the mind


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The above pictures are from my courses in Argentina and Germany, where over the years, I have met so many beautiful, sincere, and devoted yogis. I feel blessed that I have been able to touch a few people’s hearts. Their compliments have been one of the highlights of my journey, and they mean a lot to me, but I don’t take their words literally, just like a compliment from a son to his father that ‘he is the best dad in the world’ can’t be taken literally. Instead, I see my students’ love  behind what they share.  I also know that it is not me, it is the One in me who does the magic. <3

What’s in your mind !

The beautiful, attractive, and diverse world  of ours is like a very strong magnet. It Magnetattracts, pulls, and binds the mind  in many ways. The more the mind gets pulled outward, the more thoughts it generates.

The true purpose of spirituality is to shift the mind from outward to inward, from the creation to the Creator. Since the Creator is not visible, and because the mind has been outward for so long, the shift doesn’t happen so easily.

A complete shift of  the mind to inward, or to God , which can also be called enlightenment, is extremely rare, but that’s what makes the true Masters like Jesus, Kabir, Nanak, Tulsidas, Buddha, Meera, and alike.


When the mind shifts completely inward , it
goes beyond the attractive field of the world. The world is unable to attract and affect it any more. A shifted mind still loves
the world, but can not be pulled by the world. It remains inward, and radiates love outwards. It loves each and everyone unconditionally.


The main factors that are helpful in  shifting the mind from outward to inward are:

“None other than the Master can show you the path.”  -Kabir

1) Grace and guidance of a true spiritual Master, 2)  intense longing for God or Truth, 3)  your samskaras (impressions from your previous lives),  and 4) your sincere effort.

Your samskaras play a very important role. Just as a dry wood catches fire easily, similarly a spiritually matured mind from previous lives shifts inward very easily. The best way to gauge the maturity of your mind is to observe it honestly, and see what is in there, world or God! You can not say that the world is also God, until you have had an experience of this Truth.

A spiritual seeker may be doing his spiritual practices regularly but if his mind

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Meditating on what!

remains filled with worldly desires and thoughts, and in subtle ways, if his intentions are to gain power and recognition etc,  his spiritual growth will be limited, and he may feel disappointed on the path. He will indeed accumulate good karma, but it would take a long  time for such a mind to mature.


Though the total shifting of the mind is very rare, but many seekers do experience a partial shifting , and the degree of the shift varies.

With any significant shifting of the mind toward inward, the world doesn’t appeal to you as much as it did before, and you may lose interest in the  world, including the relationships. You begin to see life differently. Your wrongs and rights change. Your priorities change.  Your thinking doesn’t fit into the norms of the society and, therefore, it becomes difficult for you to have a, so-called, normal social and family life. Many of my course participants share their such experiences, and they say that their spouses and other family members don’t understand them.  

It is very difficult for a worldly mind to understand a spiritual mind, a mind that is shifted toward God. Your family may understand you and support you, but you can not expect them to do so.  I have seen many relationships move forward successfully. Many struggle but they still continue, and many fall apart. However, the same happens in non-spiritual relationships also.

Meera’s mind had shifted completely toward God.  Though she resisted, she was forced into marrying prince Bhoj Raj. It was a very painful marriage for both of Mirabaithem, more so for him. She had given herself to God, and Bhoj Raj wanted her. She was on the right path. But, Bhoj Raj was right too.  He married to have a normal husband-wife relationship, which he was deprived of. Though he supported her in many ways, but still it was very difficult for both. Her in-laws had thought that she had gone crazy, and that she was a disgrace to their royal family. But, with singing and dancing, Meera went through it all. She just wanted God. In one of her songs she wrote that by the grace of her Master, her mind had gone completely inward, and she belonged to God only. 

Similarly, other great Masters had their own unique stories, but one thing was common that they couldn’t live normal family and social lives. Their Bible 3lives were totally devoted to God. After Kabir’s mind had shifted completely, He could no longer be a normal husband to his wife, and a father to his son . They saw Him as their Master and followed Him. Such was the case with Guru Nanak. His family followed him as his disciples, and supported his mission. Buddha renounced royal comforts and his family, including his wife and son. Living a normal family life was not an option for him. His mind was mature to begin with, and a couple of small events triggered the shift in Him. 

Buddha and other great Masters  were concerned that people may follow their examples, and they may either renounce the world prematurely, or may act like them. That’s why they emphasized the importance of living a balanced life, which is a more practical option for most people. By living a balanced life,  you can mature slowly and steadily. However, you have to define your own balanced life, and you must adjust your expectation of spiritual growth accordingly.

True Masters are born to guide and inspire you, but their stories can not be duplicated. You can not follow Buddha’s example and run away from the world. You can run away, but that will not make you Buddha. So many people renounce the world, but reach nowhere.  You can not become Meera by dancing in the streets. You can dance in the streets, but that will not make you Meera. Each story is unique. So is yours. You have to allow it to unfold in its unique way.

Be Still
If you are happy with your progress on the path, then continue walking happily. But know that the purpose of the journey is not just to walk, but to grow. In order to grow, you will need to be grounded, and for that you will need to be still.  Only a true Master can teach you the art of being still while walking. 


If you are not experiencing the growth that you want, then look in your mind honestly. black holeYou will find the answers there. Recently, astronomers found a massive black hole in the Milky Way.  A black hole can not be seen because it so packed with matter, and the gravity pulls it so strongly that even the light can not escape. 

 Similarly there are so many black holes in the mind that you don’t even know that they are there. They are tightly packed with the previous worldly impressions, and they are so strongly pulled by the world that even the light of wisdom can not pass through. A dedicated seeker, through alertness, recognizes them,  and erases the old impressions by the method shown by the Master. 

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If you are experiencing a shift in your mind, and if people don’t understand or support you, you can not force them to do so. Have compassion for them. Your
compassion may soothe their concerns and fears. You may have to make some tough decisions, and any decision that you make will have its own consequences. But, most importantly, trust yourself, and know that you are on the right path. Take your struggles as your tapas on the path. Tapas is the acceptance of a challenging discipline, or difficult unavoidable situations, that you go through. Tapas makes your willpower strong, and purifies the inner being. 


 I experienced a major shift when our children, Amol and Priya, were little.  To be continued….. <3



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What a blessing! 
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Don’t worry mom, I will take care of her.

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The two most beautiful girls in the world
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There is nothing more I need.
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Grandma’s joy and helping hands
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I love my brother this much.
Amol:priya with Guru Ji
 In a satsang in Halifax. On the chair, it’s Ama (Guru Ji’s mother).  She was so loving, kind and generous. She was a Goddess who gave birth to a Master. Amol & Priya went to satsangs even before they were born. They had no choice in that matter:)

<3 <3 <3

My schedule

Many of you are wondering about my teaching plans this year. So far I have scheduled  two courses:

Therapeutic Yoga Retreat May 19-25 at the Poland ashram

Art of Living Yoga TTC  June 4-18 at the Boone Ashram, USA 



Happy Durga Ashtami

Tomorrow, April 14, is Durga Ashtami,  eighth day of the 10 days celebrations, dedicated to Divine Mother Durga. It is a very auspicious day for invoking Divine Mother’s love in us by honoring Her. It is Her love that comforts and provides strength during difficulties. Every feature of the picture below has a spiritual significance, which you can find online. 



May Durga Bless You!