Sep 282015


Greeting the Uninvited Guest

I am so grateful for all that has shown up on my life path that continually revels the truth – time seems to pass yet there is only here in this moment – I wrote this message ( below ) one month after my son died ( 3years and one month ago today ) – the willingness to be open, to be here, totally available to the moment is such a blessing – regardless of the rawness, regardless of whatever is broken open, regardless of the uninvited guest – humbled by it all – I offer these words in support of greeting all of your uninvited guests, your unexpected visitors, with open arms and an open heart.

“Some days are harder or easier than others in this flux of it is the month since the police knocked at the door to say my beautiful boy had died, it is not easy to reconcile that a whole month has passed since that day, with the memorial, then the funeral, and collecting my precious ones ashes.. I can see how our mind and the stories we tell can create more pain, and yet some of it just rolls in like an uninvited guest… and reminds me of beloved Rumi’s poem the The Guest House:

This being human is a guest house.
Every morning a new arrival.

A joy, a depression, a meanness,
some momentary awareness comes
as an unexpected visitor.

Welcome and entertain them all!
Even if they are a crowd of sorrows,
who violently sweep your house
empty of its furniture,
still, treat each guest honorably.
He may be clearing you out
for some new delight.

The dark thought, the shame, the malice.
meet them at the door laughing and invite them in.

Be grateful for whatever comes.
because each has been sent
as a guide from beyond. ~ Jelaluddin Rumi, translation by Coleman Barks

~ In gratitude always for This – Namaste Yantra-ji


Sep 212015


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Telling the truth – what do you really want?

During a life time we are presented with so many opportunities, so many options, ways of being, what or who to be, how to act, where to go, what to do, be and have. There is often a moment, when all of this is no longer enough. Maybe there is a tragedy, a death or illness, a family break up or financial crisis – something that brings us to a point of stopping, a point of inquiring, of reflecting, of seeking, of asking – ‘what is this life?’, ‘why am I here?’, ‘what am I doing?’,’who am I in all of this?’

Sometimes there is just a longing for something, for something else, for something deeper, something different, something more or something less. We find that we are searching, seeking for answers, looking for meaning, trying to fix or change our outer world and the circumstances of life, or trying to fix or change ourselves, our inner world, our thoughts, behavious and emotions.

While there is some merit in this seeking, this searching and these changes, as for a time we may feel more fulfilled, more at peace, happier even – it is all layered on top of who we think we are, who we fear we are ( or are not ) or who we perceive ourselves to be. This brings with it another layer of suffering, of seeking, of needing to fix and change. Often the search for a better, healthier, wealthier, happier self, is substituted for a more spiritual, awake, aware, enlightened self – Yet this SELF, this ‘I’, this one who is wanting, needing, searching, seeking, longing, is still all layered on top of who we think we are, who we fear we are ( or are not ) or who we perceive ourselves to be.

In Satsang I often ask the question ‘ What do you want?’

‘What is your deepest desire?’, what is your deepest longing?’ whatever the superficial desires, we look deeper.

What is that designed to give you? – and if you had that what then is your deepest desire?

What do you really want?

We can trick ourselves into answering this question in a spiritual way, answering that we want freedom, peace, truth – BUT DO YOU REALLY? - When you scratch the surface, what is discovered to be true?

What we know and understand is that the living physical form, is always seeking survival – it is natural animal drive which can show up in various ways.
Some of us have habitually been seeking out safety or security in one form or another, others have been wanting control, mastery, or power in one form or another, others are wanting to be loved, wanted, seen, respected. Have you investigated this?

If the answer is yes – are you aware of the subtle ways that this survival drive is still driving ALL that you do?

So now when we ask again this question ‘what do you want?’ , you may see that even though you say you want peace, you may really want to stay in control. Even though you say you want freedom, you may still really be wanting to be loved. Even though you say you want truth, you may still want to stay safe and secure!

The thing that is important here, is to speak the truth to yourself about what is really here and what you really want.

Maybe it is that when you are sacred what you want above all else is to be safe, or when you feel alone you want to be loved, or when you are powerless you want to be in control. This then is speaking the truth and gives you the opportunity to really ask – is this true? is this what I really want – to be safe, or loved or in control – rather than being free?

If what you want is to be free – it is freedom no matter what!!!!

There must be the willingness to meet whatever is here in the arising of the moment.
To be free, here, as you are, even if the feeling of fear arises ( which drives the need or safety and security )  To be free, here as you are, even if the feeling of being unlovable, unworthy or abandoned arises ( which drives the needy behaviour of having to be loved, wanted or respected )

To be free, here as you are, even if anger or righteousness arises at being powerless ( which drives the need to be in control )

When you are willing to stay here as you are, to meet ALL that arises in the moment, without trying to change or fix anything, when you are willing to be here authentically, open, tender, vulnerable, then you discover this that does not require anything from you!

You discover this which is unaffected by the physical form. You discover this which is unaffected by the arising of any thought or belief. You discover this which is unaffected and unmoved by emotion.

You discover this that has always been here – this that you are, this that is, this that has always been, and always is – FREEDOM itself. There is such a surrender into this discovery, freshly here in the moment, a surrender and a deepening into this that is your own self.

What a relief!

The search is over in an instant that you recognise the truth.

Endless blessings and gratitude for this grace that has brought you back home to yourself. 

In gratitude always for This – Namaste Yantra-ji

Sep 072015

In this moment

In This Moment
This moment, here where you are, is all there is.
Stretching, opening, empty of everything.
This moment is so huge, so vast, so deep, so full.
It is also void.
Void of all thought, so endless, so empty.
Words cannot do justice to this that needs nothing,
is nothing.

This moment is the totality of everything and nothing – no-thing at all.
Nothing before, nothing now, nothing after -
only This.
Here where you are, this that you are, is here, is nothing -
is This.
Who you are,
is the seeming arising and falling of everything and nothing -
in this moment, as this moment.
Who you are is this moment itself,
Not ‘a moment’ – but the moment itself,
this that cannot even be named as ‘moment’,
There is no ‘in’ or ‘out’ of this moment
this moment IS ALL -
this that does not exist in time.
Timeless, nameless, formless.
This moment, here, now, is you,
encompasses all.
Who you are is timeless, eternal, now.
Who you are is nowhere other than now,
nothing and everything exist,
everything and nothing exist
in this moment.

In gratitude always for This – Namaste Yantra-ji

Aug 242015


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Endless, Effortless, Being

We come together in Satsang to discover the truth – that who we are, is here, already Free.

Every meeting is a confirming of this that you are, still, silent, pure, pristine, unnameable awareness.

There is Nothing that is needed, not be be found, not to be fixed, not to be
let go of.

Who you are is here regardless of who you think you are.

Who you are is here regardless of what you think you deserve.

Who you are is here always, already Free!!

There is such joy in the simplicity of this discovery. There is such gratitude in simply being as one is.

What is required?

Only the desire for the truth and the willingness to leave behind any idea, concept, requirement or effort, that you associate with what this is – then you discover simply what has always been here.

Such a relief – Endless, Effortless, Being.

In gratitude always for This One Self – Namaste Yantra-ji

Aug 102015


Moved by the Presence of Love

Presence is this that is consciousness, grace, awareness, love itself. We have the opportunity at every moment to be here as we are, as this consciousness, as this grace, as love, as awareness itself. There is nothing that we need to do, to be this! There is nothing that we need to gain, to get, to fix, to change – consciousness, grace, love, awareness, presence is ALWAYS here as who we are. It is only the minds attention that moves to other things, born of thoughts driven usually by fear and survival.

To stay here as we are is refreshing, freeing, liberating. Nothing is needed, we are just as we are. We are moved, we are used, freely and freshly in each moment by This that we are. We get to respond, to play in life, just as we are. There is such a gift in just being naturally, authentically ourselves, being This that we already are. There is no concept, no thought, no preconceived idea of how we will be used, how we will be moved, how we will play, how we will respond. Everything is fresh, new, alive, this is the gift of presence, of love itself.

I was recently in the city during the day with my beloved, to attend a meeting. Whilst he works in the city, going into the city is not a regular occurrence for me. We headed first to a nearby parking station. As we turned a corner at a set of traffic lights, there was a man sitting on the corner, on the pavement with his back to me, holding a hand written sign – I could not read all of the words other than – ‘I am homeless please help me’. I was moved by such a strong and overwhelming desire to get out of the car and help him. It was as though I was struck by such a compelling force, it arose not from any thought, only from this unseen grace that pushes and pulls us if we stay open and available to the moment.

My beloved teacher Papaji says to stay still and silent on the Mountain top (referring to Mt Arunachala) don’t move unless you are pulled or pushed by grace.

This was one of those moments, this pull, this push was so strong. I said to my beloved, “oh I need to get out, I need to see him, I must meet with this man.” By the time these words were spoken, we had moved around the corner in the traffic and I was unable to physically get out of the car. There was a deeper trust and an inner knowing arising that I would indeed be meeting with this man.

We traveled up and down the maize of one way streets to get to our parking destination, then started to walk on foot to our meeting.It was like being a child in awe, in wonder at everything, the buildings, the people, the senses being bombarded by movement, sound, smell, by life – it was incredibly fresh and alive.

Then we arrived at the traffic lights opposite the homeless man sitting on the pavement, my heart skipped with joy. I reached into my bag for some notes to give him, folded them discretely and held them in my hand as I waited for the lights to change. I was aware of no one paying him any attention, no one looking, and as we started to walk across towards him I was aware of people averting their eyes from him, moving around him, still paying no attention.

Here was a man, another human being, sitting on the cold cement pavement. Who knows why his life had conspired to have him be here, why his destiny was as it was at that moment. There was no judgement in his condition or circumstances, all I could do was respond to the moment, to move towards him, being led by this internal pull, by this unseen grace, by love itself.

As I went towards and around to the front of him, I could see he was holding the sign in one hand, holding a book in the other reading, there was a can in front to put money, coins in ( there was a 5 cent coin in it ).

Putting money into this can was not what I was being called to, not to placate him, not to appease some sense of a righteous deed, the money did not mean anything,  as the small offering would not really make any difference. I sat down on the ground directly in front of him, with people walking all around us. He looked up and met my gaze, I met his, met him. Here in this moment all stood still, there was no me, no him, no other, no homelessness, no people, no city, no street. Here there was just presence. Here there was just love meeting love, meeting itself, being met, not needing anything.

I put my hand out discretely toward him and said – here this is for you. Without averting our eyes from this meeting he tucked it into his top pocket. We continued to be here together, innocently freshly meeting together.

It was indescribably beautiful. Such a precious and rare meeting with such a beautiful human being. What a gift , what a blessing.

How many had missed this opportunity, to be present anywhere, any time, to anyone.

There was no need to speak, no need to ask anything of him, no need to tell him anything of me. Then the words arose – I hope you have a really lovely day today – our eyes still in this same gaze, this same meeting. As I got up, he went back to reading his book, holding his sign, sitting on the pavement – having been truly met. Met by life, met by grace, met by this one self showing up here as the two. The preciousness of this gift for both of us.

My beloved stood silently this whole time just witnessing as aware presence, and shared with me how we have no idea how such a meeting could change the course of someones life.
We left and went on to our scheduled meeting, had lunch and then walked through the city some more. There were other homeless people all around doing whatever they were doing. There was no pull to take action, only just the silent witnessing of This that is life showing up in all of its forms.

Without any judgement, I was aware of witnessing the overt display of wealth that is surrounding us everywhere, and the poverty, not just of the homelessness, but the real poverty of having the attention taken by this and that, distracted by anything and everything that moves us away from our heart, away from love, away from This that we are, presence itself.

I shared this encounter with a friend, who said that she would not be able to do that, could not do that, could not imagine doing that, she said it was too confronting, what about her life, her children, how could she stop and do what I did.

The truth is ‘I’ did not ‘Do’ anything – there was no ‘I’ doing involved -  just as Papaji said, only move from the mountain if you are pushed or pulled by grace. All that occurred was an impulse from grace arose, it was followed and enacted by grace, and was a blessing shared by grace.

So a question may arise – Does this then mean that we should or need to stop and support every homeless person we meet?

Moved by the presence of Love

This cannot be answered by me for you, other than, to say that what is required only, is trusting what is here arising in the moment freshly. Following the pull of grace, this that is love, this that moves your heart, effortlessly – This is what you trust, this that is living you, guiding you, moving you, this is being Moved by the Presence of Love.

In gratitude always for This One Self

Namaste Yantra-ji

Aug 032015


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Beyond Mind

Is mind a friend or foe, a menace or messenger? All of these polarities are born of mind – So What is mind ? My teacher Papaji says that mind and thought are one, are the same.

Mind or thought can be experienced as being a mental, physical or emotional response, it may present as a word, a series of words, as a thought stream, it may arise as images, pictures, colour or sound, as a physical sensation or any other phenomena.

When we investigate Mind and thought we discover they are an arising out of consciousness, an arsing of identity, of identifying, of naming, of knowing, of separation.
The purpose of naming or identifying is to know oneself as a separate self,  a separate entity, to give definition, to define, to have boundaries, limits, to this that arises as form out of consciousness.

Is there then a problem with mind or thought or identifying,  if it all arises from this one source – the simple answer is of course NO  – when one rests as they are, as consciousness itself, then any arising and falling does not touch this that is.

A problem is only found in mind, by mind – this that is owning, naming, identifying, needing definition, needing separation, to be a someone, somewhere, doing something. The problem is not actually real, it is only an arising in consciousness, a stream of thought, of sensation, of images, of emotions, which is believed to be real – this belief  is yet another thought arising in consciousness. When we discover the truth of this then we are free to be here as we are. Nothing needs to change, nothing needs to be fixed, the mind or thoughts don’t need to be stopped – here as we are, there is a peace that becomes available, a peace that we discover is our own self.

How then do we stay here as we are, undisturbed by any arising of mind and thought?

My teacher Papaji says not to stir a single thought.
So what is discovered, if you do not stir, give rise to, or follow a single thought?

When there is no attention given to the arising or falling of any thought, we discover what is here, what remains, and what has always been here. This that is full, vast, empty, this that is still, peace, roaring silence – this is the ground of our being , this is awareness itself, this is the consciousness that is all – all arising and falling back into itself. No-one is needed to name, no-one is needed to define, no-one is needed to identify as anyone or anything – all this arising and falling occurs on its own, without any intervention necessary.

When we stay here as we are, then there is the possibility to discover the endless depth of this that is our own self.
In gratitude always for This One Self – Namaste Yantra-ji

Jul 272015

What is silence?
When we look up the definition of ‘silence’, we discover that Silence is said to be the lack of audible sound. Silence can refer to any absence of communication or hearing, in speech, music and media. Silence can also be used as a form of non verbal communication and spiritual connection.

Silence in spirituality is often an indicator of inner stillness. A silent mind, freed from the onslaught of thoughts and thought patterns, is often thought to be both a goal and an important step in spiritual development. This inner silence is not about the absence of sound, rather it is understood to bring one in contact with the divine, the ultimate reality, or one’s own true self, one’s divine nature.

Many religious traditions state the importance of being quiet, still in mind and spirit for spiritual growth to occur. In Christianity, there is the silence of contemplative prayer. In Islam, there are the Sufi teachings that suggest the importance of finding silence within. In Buddhism, descriptions of silence and allowing the mind to become silent are implied as a feature of spiritual enlightenment. In Hinduism, Advaita Vedanta and the many paths of Yoga, teachers insist on the importance of silence, known as Mauna – a source of peace and silence for inner growth. In some traditions communal silence is used as a form of worship. Silence often is thought to create the opening for the divine to speak in the heart and mind. Eckhart Tolle says that silence can be seen either as the absence of noise, or as the space in which sound exists, just as inner stillness can be seen as the absence of thought, or the space in which thoughts are perceived. Gangaji and Eli suggest having a silent mind and an open heart.
In the context of Satsang, in the investigation of the truth of the one self, let us discover this silence.
What is silence? Where is silence? How does one experience or cultivate silence?
My teacher Papaji says not to stir a single thought – then what is discovered, if you do not stir, give rise to, or follow a single thought?
Firstly let us be clear about what we mean by mind or thought – A thought can be identified as being a mental, physical or emotional response, it may present as a word, a series of words, as a thought stream, it may arise as images, pictures, colour or sound, as a physical sensation or any other phenomena.

When there is no attention given to the arising of any thought
we discover what is here, what remains, and what has always been here. Profound, vast, still, empty, full, silence – this is the ground of our being , this is awareness itself, this is the consciousness that is all – all arising and falling back into silence.
Then there is the possibility to discover the endless depth of this silence that is our own self.

In gratitude always for This One Self – Namaste Yantra-ji

Jul 202015

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Innocence or Arrogance

How is it that you approach life – with innocence or with arrogance?
I’m sure that most of you would want to answer this question with the former, so let us explore this as an entry point for self inquiry.

As a survival strategy it has been useful for us as a species to ‘know’ or have ‘knowledge’ of certain things – about others,  about situations and circumstances, about life. It is useful to know if another ( either animal or human ) is a danger, will eat or attack us. It is useful to know that water is swift flowing or calm and safe to cross a river, it is useful to know that fire is hot, can burn and cook. It is useful to know how to keep the body warm and dry, housed and fed. All of these acts of knowing, whether through the intellect, through feeling or through physical sensing, are designed to keep the body alive – in order that this species will reproduce and will survive.
We feel that we need to know so much – In the context of survival, there may be many things that are useful to know.

However, we have ascertained now, that we are alive, safe and surviving – so nothing else then needs to be known, understood or assumed – In the context of knowing the self deeper than these survival drives, of being free, in really meeting with another, this that is known with the mind, knowledge itself, is both a hindrance and unnecessary – the knowing mind is actually arrogant – so let us explore the truth of this.

As you meet with someone, your partner, lover, boss, colleague, friend, family member – do you meet them freely, freshly, in the moment, innocently, not knowing anything about them? Or do you bring all of your judgements of the past, all that you know about them into this moment, into this meeting?

What about life, a situation, circumstance or event – do you bring all of the past into this encounter, into this moment?

When you meet someone who you have not met previously – do you try to ‘know’ them by making assumptions or judgements about who they are, what they look like, how the speak, how they act, who they may be like?

What do you discover when you have thoughts about someone, how they are, who they are, how they will be, ought to be, should or shouldn’t be, or when you have thoughts about a situation, circumstance or event? Do you jump to some conclusion about what something means, or what outcome may arise, based on thoughts from the past? Do you really know the other? How can you when you are not them, not inside them, not inside their world of thoughts, feelings or sensation. Do you have some privileged insight  that has you know more about another than they do themselves ? What are these judgements and assumptions actually based on? – All of these thoughts are of the past, projected onto an imagined future – stemming from the perceived need to be safe, secure, and loved, to be right, to be in control, to dominate, to belong, needing to have a sense of power, of ownership, -  of knowing.

All of these acts of knowing, are a carry over of the survival drive – to make sure the body is secure, safe, loved, fed, that it belongs, is reproducing, and surviving!

Do any of these thoughts, judgements and assumptions, arise from innocence? Actually – No – the knowing, judging, assuming mind, is the epitome of arrogance.

Let us discover what is here, what is available, when we allow innocence rather than arrogance – What is required ? Nothing – just innocently be open now, here, with whatever is here, with who ever is here?

Allow yourself to be here, to meet whatever is here, who ever is here, in this that is unknown, freshly in the moment, freely and innocently in this meeting.
What do you experience when you open here, as though you have never met, when nothing is known, nothing is assumed?

So much was covered, hidden, by all of the baggage of the past, all of the burden actually of knowing, of needing to know. You may discover there is so much more available, more space, more presence, love, joy, endless possibilities, innocence itself.

What a precious treasure to discover that there is space to meet anyone and anything. What a blessing to know yourself as this space, as this opening, as this possibility, as innocence itself. This that you are, that is always here, always free, does not need you to know anything. It cannot itself be known by the mind, as it is not a thing that can be defined. To let life live you as an endless expression of itself, freely, freshly, open in the unknown – this is innocence itself.

I recently viewed a YouTube clip titled “Remove Labels this Ramadan” - 6 Strangers sit in the dark, when the lights come on they are flabbergasted – it is about the assumptions that are made when we can’t see who we are speaking with, the assumptions we make when we can see – and how that determines our relating – whilst it is part of an advertising campaign for a popular soda drink, I encourage you to view it, as it is relevant to this inquiry – Innocence or Arrogance. Please click here to watch

In gratitude always for This One Self – Namaste Yantra-ji

Jul 132015

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Tenderness, vulnerability and exposure

Such a beautiful evening of Satsang inquiry, so deeply profound to see what it is that has us close, protect, push away, repel – and what is discovered, when we remain open, aware, just here, naked to ourselves, tender, vulnerable and exposed.
A dear friend of mine who offers the most divine work with women and couples, recently shared that she had become aware of a tiny hidden part of her that was holding back love, just in case.

Where is it that we are holding back, protecting, closing, keeping out, pushing away?
Let us start by exploring where this closure or protection occurs, where it arises.

Bringing awareness to the body, to the physical form, to the sensations in the body we can become aware of any physical sense of holding, of tightness, of pushing, of closing, of keeping out, of protecting. Without trying to change this just notice – where is it? where does it arise? what triggers it to arise? Is this a familiar pattern or habit? Just allow whatever is here showing up in the body. There is no need to change anything that is occurring with the physical, just notice and be here with whatever is here.

Then bringing the awareness to the emotional body, notice the emotional sensations, the feelings, that occur in this pushing, closing, holding back. What are the feelings that arise? Notice the feelings that are used to push, to repel, to protect? Notice the feelings, the emotions themselves that are not allowed to be felt, that are pushed aside and repelled. Become aware of any habits or patterns with the emotional responses. Without trying to change them, just notice and allow whatever is here.

Bringing awareness now to the mental body, to the thoughts, ideas, concepts, beliefs. How do the thoughts push, keep out, repel, protect? Notice any sense of arrogance, of importance, of knowing, of being right, justified, better than, less than, superior, or inferior, and how the mental realm is operating – is this familiar to you? Without needing to change anything with the thoughts just notice them, allow and be here.

We all have these 3 bodies, physical, mental, emotional – this is how we perceive, experience and express through this form. There is nothing wrong with any physical sensation, emotional sensation or mental sensation, they all just arise and fall of their own accord. It is said by Dr Jill Bolte Taylor a Neuroscientist, that any emotion, sensation or thought, if let alone will pass in 90 seconds. That being the case, it is then up to us whether we choose to follow it , prolong it, tell a story about it, live in suffering of it.

What if just here, just now, we were to be tender with ourselves, tender with the body, mind, emotions. What if we were to allow an embrace of what is here arising and falling. What if instead of protecting and contracting, we remain open, tender, vulnerable, exposed – right here right now – what is discovered? – When there is no need to protect what is discovered? What is discovered when we remain open even as the need to protect arises ( i am not speaking of ignoring physical, mental or emotional harm – rather the perceived, imagined threat, that habitually causes closure ).

When we allow all to be here, rising and falling as it is, then we can discover what is untouched, undisturbed by this rising and falling. In this discovery we find that nothing needs to change. We do not need to fix who we are, we do not need to fix the body, mind or emotions. These can and will, arise and fall and we remain aware of ourself, untouched, undisturbed by any of it. Such a beautiful fresh discovery in the moment, that we are here already, here as we are. We cannot go anywhere – it is only the attention that can move and wander. Such freedom, beauty, love, joy, in being here naked to ourselves – in Gangaji’s words – “open, unprotected and free”.
Then what is discovered even deeper when you remain open and tender, vulnerable and exposed? Compassion arises, true compassion for self and other as the one self.

In gratitude always for This One Self – Namaste Yantra-ji

Jul 062015

Meeting Papaji – books update

As many of you are aware I have been moved to write two books about meeting Papaji. The first of these books titled ‘Profound Awakening meeting Papaji now -Vol 1‘, is finished being written and is currently scheduled for review by the editor in America at the end of July. This book is the journey of meeting my true teacher – of meeting Papaji NOW – and the profound awakening and freedom that has been possible from that first meeting which occurred 5 years after Papaji had left his physical body and the ongoing deepening power of that meetings reverberation over the subsequent 10-12 years.

The second book with the same title ‘Profound Awakening meeting Papaji now -Vol 2′ – is a collection of the beautiful, incredible, humbling, personal stories of Profound awakening, from people of all different backgrounds, from all around the world, who have also met Papaji after his physical passing. This book is still in the process of being written, with stories continuing to be contributed and interviews being done , transcribed, collated and edited. If you feel called to contribute your own story please let me know.

One of the beautiful women from America, who is contributing her story to this book has a recorded reading of, Papaji’s Poem – ‘Self’, which I would love to share with you. This poem, Self, comes from the book, The Truth Is, a collection of poems and conversations with H.W.L. Poonja, also affectionately known as Papaji. Satya says allow Papaji’s words, along with the healing music and photos to carry you deeply into your own Heart, into the Self. This poem read by Satya, is accompanied by the music “Ko” from the album, Dai Ko Myo, by Akshara Weave. Photos courtesy of Wim Haverkamp, Robert Moon Mullen and other artists.

To watch and listen to this beautiful reading on YouTube
Papaji Poem – ‘Self’ – please click here

In gratitude always for This One Self – Namaste Yantra-ji