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I am not here to prove Aham Brahmasmi – I am Brahman, I am here to prove Tat tvam asi – That Art Thou.

Nithyananda Paramashivam (born 1 January 1978) is an Indian spiritual guru and a religious leader. He has authored more than 200 books which are available in 28 global languages.



Living Enlightenment

  • If you are here, it means Existence wants you to be here in this form. You are not an accident, you are an incident. You are a conscious miracle of Existence. Don’t think this is positive thinking. This is the straightforward and simple Truth. If you trust this Truth, you will start experiencing life in its pinnacle(peak).
  • Whether it is energy, time, talent or pleasure, only when you are overflowing can you really share it.
  • Whenever you express love you become a channel for healing energy.
  • When you don’t love yourself, you become cynical(bitter) and negative towards life.
  • A responsible leader is a person who is able to respond spontaneously to situations.
  • Our very worries become our comfort zone. We hide in them.
  • Fear means being afraid of the future. When you are not ready to accept the future moments, it becomes fear.
Real love knows no object. It is simply there whether there is an object or not. Real love is the subject itself. It does not know any object. You are the subject and you have become love, that’s all

Guaranteed Solutions

  • Stop Seeking, you are already bliss!
  • In the first chapter of the Bhagavad Gita , Arjuna Vishaada Yoga, which is the Yoga of Arjuna’s grief, Arjuna talks throughout and Krishna remains silent. It is only when Arjuna finally surrenders saying, ‘I know nothing!’ that he is at last ready to receive Krishna’s message. Although Krishna and Arjuna were friends, though there might have been hundreds of other more relaxed situations, the Bhagavad Gita was not delivered to Arjuna anytime earlier. Why? Because until then, Arjuna was not ripe enough to receive the Gita! It is only when he utters the words, ‘I don’t know’ that he becomes qualified to know. The basic condition for spiritual progress is to know very clearly that you don’t know. This is the first step towards really knowing.
  • Even if you are thousand people in this hall, I am talking to you. When I say you, I mean Y O U. There is a thread running with each of you; so don’t ever apply what I am saying to others; you will simply miss the whole thing yourself.
  • Everything is a projection of our mind! We can decide how we want to be. It is all in the mind. With the help of our mind, we have stopped the flow of bliss from within. That is the truth.
  • Understand: there is a universal consciousness that fills the entire cosmos and there is an individual consciousness that fills us. Man’s whole purpose is to establish a connection between these two. When this connection happens, man is said to be enlightened or in eternal bliss or in nithyananda. Nithyananda means eternal bliss.
  • Intuition is the energy of your being. When this pure energy starts flowing out from the unconscious level, it also heals you physically, mentally and emotionally. Apart from healing, it reduces stress and helps you to make decisions spontaneously.
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