Get out of tiredness pattern


Closeup portrait of a young woman looking depressed

Do you constantly suffer from tiredness?

If you are a sincere seeker who wants to experience your highest possibility, the tiredness pattern is the first thing you need to get out! From my experience, the tiredness pattern left my body only after I became a Nirahari (one who can live without solid food) in 2013 by the grace of my Guru, HDH Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam (fondly known as Swamiji).

Here are seven important truths about tiredness from a spiritual context which you need to catch.

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Be a space holder for other’s completion

How do you feel when you have the ability to remove others’ pain and suffering?

For me, I really feel it is such a great blessing to be able to hold a powerful space of completion for others to complete with their past hangovers. This gift was initiated by a living incarnation, His Divine Holiness, Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam (fondly known as Swamiji) into the science of completion (poornatva). The more I help others to complete with their incompletions, the more this space expands and I notice completion simply happens very quickly.
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Life in Shivoham is a happening

Student: “You look very different, I saw it the moment you walked up the staircase.”

Me: “What do you see?”

Student: ”Your face looks very radiant and your eyes sparkle with light. You have changed since I last saw you a few days before you left for Cambodia Inner Awakening retreat. Something tells me you don’t belong to your current place…you are going to expand into something bigger.”

Me: “I don’t know yet..let’s see” (with a big smile)

This was the conversation I had with one of my students last evening when she came for my meditation class. I am only back for one week but it feels like I have been here for a long time especially with so much happening both inside me and outside of me. One thing is for sure, life is not the same anymore. Let me give you a glimpse of your possibility living in Shivoham “I am divine”.

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