Q1. What makes you so certain that you’re what you say you are? There are many others who are more experienced and well-known. What makes you different than them?
Throughout this journey of my self-realization (coming to the third year), I have come to grasp that the journey towards fulfilling life purpose is all about a lifetime of learning and evolvement. And since embarking on this journey, I have observed that my life has improved for the better – I started to obtain more peace, joy, love, and compassion. My family and close friends are able to testify this as they have taken notice of the change in my attitude and behaviour. And if you’d like to know what they have said, please read their testimonies here.
Why am I so convicted? This is simply because I have transformed myself to become who I am, not by understanding intellectually, but by realizing my true nature through meditation and mindfulness.
These realizations are something that is very special to me, where the feeling of peace, calm, joy, love and compassion arose within that innately I know, that our True Nature is Nothing but Love. It is always peace, calm, love, and light.
Prior to meditation and mindfulness exercises, I was unable to realize it as I always act and react through my ego and thoughts.
Understandably, there are many more in this sphere who are much more experienced and well known. That said, they are the people that I draw knowledge and wisdom from. Of them, I learn the most from Dalai Lama, Sadhguru, Eckhart Tolle, Neale Donald, and Lee Carrol.
At the same time, I am not here to be someone different but my purpose is to contribute my realization and plant the seed of wisdom and light to many people as possible, so that the world will be filled with love, joy and peace.
I was inspired by one of the Dalai Lama’s saying, with referenced to environmental scientist David Orr’s book Ecological Literacy: Educating our Children for a Sustainable World.
“The plain fact is that the planet does not need more successful people. But it does desperately need more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of every kind. It needs people of moral courage willing to join the fight to make the world habitable and humane. And these qualities have little to do with success as the society has defined it.
Q2. You claimed that you self-realize people through qigong, yoga, meditation, and philosophical teaching. Is this your own self-created concept or on what basis do you really think self-realization can be achieved through these four means?
I came to my self-realization through the power of daily meditation and self-contemplation, this is addition to being guided to learn specific meditation techniques by my first guru Master Umesh H. Nandwani.
Upon realizing our True Nature, I decided to further enhance my realization by fusing yoga and qigong practices.
Through my daily practices and devotion, I have transformed myself to become WHO I AM, not by understanding intellectually, but by realizing our True Nature. These realizations are very special to me, where the feeling of peace, calm , joy, love and compassion arose within
that innately I know, that our True Nature is Nothing but Love. Our True Nature is always peace, calm, love and light. Prior to meditation and mindfulness exercises, I will not be able to realize it as I always act and react through my ego, mind and thoughts.
Upon realizing our True Nature, I further enhance these realizations in my yoga and qigong practices. I subsequently learn the yoga philosophies, skillset, and techniques into performing asanas and meditation from my second guru, Shilpa Ghatalia whom I will be certified as RYT500 to further enhance my knowledge, wisdom, and realizations in this space. I must say with the practices and realizations, it has brought forth tremendous inner wellbeing and overall wellness in nurturing my body, mind, and soul.
Hence, I wish to impart this wisdom, knowledge, skillsets, and realizations to many people who can resonate with me to catalyse them into wellness, realizations, and nurturance of body, mind, and soul.