Have you ever felt at some periods in your life that you are literally swimming in madness?
For the last 2 years after I returned from the 25-day spiritual retreat called Mahasadashivoham 2017 in India, there were many moments I felt I was swimming in madness as I underwent various changes in my life. In fact, right now I feel I am living such an intense life with utter uncertainties and no precedence.
There are four major lessons I learned while swimming in madness:
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Do you know the profound effects on a child or an adult when they manifest extraordinary powers?
The Science of Power Manifestation is being revived by a living Avatar, His Divine Holiness Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashiva (fondly known as Swamiji) in the last six years. He is initiating the humanity into the science Manifesting the powers of Paramashiva (Super Consciousness). The powers or Shaktis revealed by him to the world and manifested by his disciples called ‘Nithyananda Yogis’, are directly and precisely found in the Agamas, the Source Scriptures from Paramashiva – this is an unprecedented happening in the sacred history of humanity. Ever since the beginning of the civilization, the Sanatana Hindu Dharma has been the cradle of enlightened beings and highly advanced sciences and blissful powerful existence. It was where the science of enlightenment and powers was lived and taught as a lifestyle. The Vedic Rishis, Munis and Sadhakas manifested extraordinary powers as a side-effect of their feeling connection and integrity with the Divine, from the space of Oneness or non-duality with the Divine – Lord Paramashiva, the original source of all Cosmic Sciences, refers to this as Shuddhadvaitam. The knowledge and sciences of manifesting these powers was passed down from one generation to the next through deeksha, initiation by the enlightened Gurus and preserved by the Guru Parampara (Guru-disciple lineage), which has an unbroken lineage of enlightened beings and Avatars till date.
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Young woman practicing yoga on the beach.
On Labour Day 1st May, I conducted a workshop in Singapore on the subject of Bhakti Yoga – Dasa Bhava (relating with Divine as leader), to a group of devotees of His Divine Holiness, Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam (fondly known as Swamiji). In that workshop, we touched on the topic of surrender.
So, what is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of surrender?
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