It’s a Rare Honor to Die On the Way to Kailas

“Every Night & every Morn Some to Misery are Born Every Morn and every Night Some are Born to sweet delight Some are Born to sweet delight Some are Born to Endless Night We are led to Believe a Lie When we see not Thro the Eye Which was Born in a Night to perish…

Life Technology – A Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita

It was an honor to join Christie Smirl of Healthier Vibrations to discuss some of the key ideas that make the Bhagavad Gita one of the most important texts of our time! – If you enjoy our conversation here, don’t miss our upcoming live four part online education series – Bhagavad Gita: Teachings for Transformation!…

Tantric Physics II: Sacred Body, Sacred Space | Upcoming Publication

“We worship the Three-eyed Lord who is fragrant and who nourishes all beings. As the ripened cucumber is freed from its bondage to the creeper, may He liberate us from Death for the sake of Immortality.” Deep within the mysterious caves of the Himalayas, saturated by the cosmic radiations of the sacred Mount Kailas and Lake…

Bhaja Govindam, Bhaja Govindam | Tantric Physics

“Seek Govinda, seek Govinda, seek Govinda, O fool! When the appointed time of death arrives, grammar rules surely will not save you.” Adi Shankara, Bhaja Govindam ( Moha Mudgara) Most individuals spend their days and nights consumed and preoccupied with fear, gossip, worries, news shows and trivial entertainment. The concept of Ahara in Yoga and…

Reader’s Q&A with Docteur Williams

To support the recent launch of Cult of Golgotha, Anathema Publishing has posted an in-depth Reader’s Q&A with Docteur Williams – illuminating the hidden currents of creative occultism that flow through The Cult: “I tend to think of the Cult of Golgotha like visiting an experiential laboratory of esoteric engineering and each chapter is a…

The Spirit of Karma Yoga – A Meditation on Sri Aurobindo

“Work here and work done in the world are of course not the same thing. The work there is not in any way a divine work in special—it is ordinary work in the world. But still one must take it as a training and do it in the spirit of Karma Yoga—what matters there is…