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Why it can be difficult to heal oneself and loved ones

The Master once said, "Many times, knowingly or unknowingly, we are ourselves the cause of the illness of our loved ones."This is a very deep astounding statement, for many times the loved ones, may be completely dependent on the individual and may not really approve of the ways of the individual but in vain suppress helplessly, it order to avoid external conflicts and in the due course develop illnesses, since almost every disease is psychosomatic. Even good healers can suffer from it, for they may easily heal others but find it hard when it comes to healing themselves or loved ones due to this entanglement called attachment, that again roots from the strong karmic debts.Many times healers try to heal their loved ones without being fully reflective or aware if they are themselves in some way contributing to that problem of the loved one, where the healer is desperately trying to heal. Shift into awareness and check. 💛✨


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A day with a Yogi

I would like to share with all ShivYog sadhaks about the little experiences of our travel to an ashram to meet a yogi whom I had met long before coming into ShivYog and who is a renunciate and who practices and teaches nothing and absolutely nothing but nonduality.  I share it with the hopes that you may like it and find all teachings similar to what our Babaji teaches us. As Babaji always reminds us "Sab santh ek math" and "Naam anek par sabka maalik ek" I take the liberty of putting up the article here. Namah Shivaya.

On the auspicious day of Guru Purnima, me and my friend decided to meet a guru whom we had met long before coming into ShivYog.  A swami who looks after the ashram in Sogal, about 75 kms from where I stay in Belgaum. A person who does not make any disciples and prefers ta silent life in his ashram and farm. A yogi who wears only a lungi (a long piece of clothing around the waist that runs down the leg and can be folded up to the knees) and he wears i…
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