Dharma Artha Kama Moksha – The 4 Purusharthas

Millennia ago, Saints in ancient Eastern traditions articulated the blueprint for the fulfillment human birth, as it was revealed to them in the highest states of meditation and consciousness. The Supreme Self pervades and exists in all dimensions and all beings, sentient and insentient. And it is that Supreme Self which lives inside every person. Therefore … Read more

Bliss Meditation

Ksham or Bliss Meditation is a simple meditation technique that helps one transcend normal levels of consciousness to go into a different realm and experience blissful Divine energies. Ksham means Divine Bliss.  It is the beejakshara (root syllable). Meditation is the art (and science) of making the mind still. Only when the turbulent thought waves are calmed … Read more

Stages of Spiritual Evolution

In general, a person needs to go through increasingly progressive stages of spiritual evolution to reach union with the Supreme. The ancient Siddha masters of India have defined and devised a 4-stage path for self-realization. This path is a broad framework which describes the stages of spiritual evolution in an individual. They explained each stage in … Read more

Liberation, Moksha in This Lifetime

Moksha, or Liberation, is the ultimate goal of every individual. Moksha is the experience of, and realization that the individual self is the same as the Universal Supreme Self. It is an expansion of individual consciousness into the Universal consciousness. Liberation is not something attained after one’s life, rather, it is a permanent merger with … Read more

Eight Fold Path to Enlightenment

In the spirit of universal consciousness and uplifting the truths found in all religions, the Eight Fold Path is a guide to how one should strive to live. It is a way of life on the road to Truth.  The Eight Fold path is both a step-by-step process and also a simultaneous development of our … Read more

Sadhana: Practices for Spiritual Liberation

The saying, practice makes perfect, holds true in many instances in our modern world. Spiritual practice or Sadhana aligns with this saying. To fulfill our highest purpose and realize inner Truth, Sadhana is needed. A person undertaking a spiritual practice is known as a sadhaka. The goal of sadhana may vary, it may be spiritual-realization, enlightenment, … Read more