Seven tips to a strong nervous system during tapas

In the past two and half months, I have been volunteering in a global digital project assigned by my Guru, HDH Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam (fondly known as Swamiji) in preparation for the launch of the world’s first digital nation – ShriKailasa!

To me, this project has been an intense spiritual training ground to evolve each disciple in various dimensions such as leadership consciousness, completion of conflict-resolution, will persistence and mental strength, a real test to one’s nervous system as we undergo the demand of the workload and volunteering for long hours in different time zone.

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Living Guruvak aligns you to authenticity

What is Guruvak?

A Guru means the one who dispels darkness and takes you toward light. Vak means words or instructions. So Guruvak means taking the words of the Guru or the divine command by the Guru.

In the Vedic tradition, according to Adi Shankaracharya, the great teacher and the philosopher, there are three rare and the most precious things in life. They are:

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The Story of Our Mind

In June 2009, I attended my first Inner Awakening program with a living incarnation, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) after having left my corporate life for good. I remembered he narrated an incident from his wandering days and I would like to share this incident because it will help us understand our mind better.

“When I was wandering in the villages of Northern India, I had often noticed the villagers using a novel trap to catch birds. They would suspend a stick horizontally from the branch of a tree. The stick will be hanging from the tree by a rope tied around its middle, that’s all. This stick is the trap for the birds.

You must be wondering – how a stick can trap a bird?

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