header.jpgYoga is the pursuit of uniting our outer nature, which is a personality with our inner core, which is a spiritual being. We can do it in many ways. In mysticism we do it by relating with the soul objectively, as our personal God.

Thus, Yoga-Mysticism is a way of establishing an intimate and personal relationship our soul. The saying is: “If the soul does not come forward in our life, nothing lasting has been achieved!” On the other hand, when the soul does come forward in our life everything begins to fall into its proper place: We know what to do with our life and our time; we get the opportunities and the situations that we really need; and the rest does not matter very much.

The articles here illustrate the way of Yoga-Mysticism. They are practical and revealing. Your happiness is always an ‘inside thing’. If you want to live a fulfilling and contented life, you have to change many things. You may have to change your attitude to physical life; you may have to slow down so that you can do everything with greater awareness; and you must learn to serve a cause that is always greater than your personal selfishness. To know more read our book: The Art of Awakening the Soul; click here


Living by Intuition

Learning the art


Intuition is the guiding voice of the soul. When we listen to our intuition, our life becomes more interesting; we see a purpose to everything; and we feel a sense of wonder. Although everyone is intuitive to an extent, this ability can be greatly enhanced by doing some spiritual practices.

Intuition arises naturally as we shift the focus of our life from our ordinary nature, which is governed by mental preferences, to our higher nature, which reflects the ways of the soul.

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Moments of Overflowing

Mystical Poetry

Praying20HandsThese poems depict some of the emotional experiences that arise at the different stages on the mystical path. They express clearly and in just a few words what cannot be conveyed through extensive philosophical writings. You can use the verses to experience the divine presence that is behind your mind.

The Verses: a) The Call:

The pride in me would say,

“I do not beg, nor do I pray.”

But one day a call quietly came in to say,

“Hold my hand and I’ll show you the way.”

I held the hand, just to know.

But now, I never want to let go.

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Spiritual Yoga

The art of succeeding with yourself


Yoga, in the western world Yoga, is a technique for reducing your stress and improving your health. However, the traditional purpose of Yoga was always to develop your inner life. Here you learn this ‘spiritual side’ of Yoga.

More specifically, you learn to discipline your mind and attune it with a higher consciousness. Then, instead of being led astray by the desires and tendencies in your mind and body, you will be guided by a higher intelligence. The primary aim of yoga is to bring this higher intelligence forward in our life.

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A Pilgrimage into the Higher Worlds

A journey into our interior

ShivNeonOur mind directs our attention outward, towards things in the external world. Hence, we do not see interior world or understand the realities of the inner life. And as a result we are confused about the true purpose of our life on earth and what we have come here to achieve.

To understand such things in a spiritual context, we have to take a journey into our interior; into the deeper realms of our own consciousness. What do we find?

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2 thoughts on “Yoga-Mysticism”

  1. I liked the write-up on characterization of higher and lower nature. The mind involuntarily keeps on going back to its old ways and at such times it needs the strength to discriminate and choose what is proper and appropriate to hold on to move ahead on the path. The stark contrast that has been explained between the higher and lower natures goes a long way in building and strengthening the discriminative faculty of the mind. Further, the write-up has the quality that guides and subtly directs the reader to the steps he/she needs to undertake to make progress on the spiritual path.

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