Do you know someone who is realized?

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Average: 4.3 (13 votes)

Is there anyone you know personally in direct physical contact that you are most certain that he/she is realized?

Not intellectual realization, not conceptual realization, not the pseudo/neo advaita realization, not wise people, not sages - I mean realization with all the paranormal, metaphysical, occult aspects.

If you do, please share. Please not theories, instructions, preachings, rumors - just your own personal impressions and paranormal experiences with this person.

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Yes Suraj Baba at prsent enlightened person

Yes I am with Suraj Baba He is an enlightened person, I spent my time in His feet and I very close and see Him who is an enlightened person, I am very happy and my life style is at present I cant explain in wards I feel I have no any boundary in my out side and inside. Please visit Suraj Baba at present in Jamshedpur. I am very poor in English please accuse me.
Warm regards

gora | Wed, 01/13/2010 - 10:13
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The interesting part

How do you know that he is enlightened? All disciples say this about their gurus...

Jibanda | Thu, 01/14/2010 - 13:18
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Glimpses of Shree Suraj

Please visit I think your query will be fulfilled in this webpage (Glimpses of Shree Suraj).

gora | Tue, 01/26/2010 - 11:26
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I am enlightened.

Jibanda I do not like your picture here. It suggests man's cruelty to innocent animals. It shows his evil side.

Isha | Sun, 03/25/2012 - 17:50
aster's picture

enlightened Gurus :)

Satgurudev Thulibaba
Sri Nannagaru

aster | Mon, 08/11/2014 - 06:27
gora's picture

An Enlightened Master Like Buddha, Jesus, Krishna, Mohammed, Lao

Yes I have been blessed with the golden opportunity to meet and receive the unconditional Almighty love of Suraj Baba, an enlightened person. It is very difficult to express the feeling of the broadness in words. I have had the opportunity of meeting and receiving the blessings of other Gurus but always in my heart I felt something different about Him. It is not correct to compare but I actually find it difficult to express. I have placed my entire faith on Him and my life has been filled with love and joys. I try to spend most of my time with Babajee and I receive a different energy and love which I never get from any other place in this whole world.
All the the criteria that you have written in your question satisfies my view about Suraj Babajee.I strongly tell that He is an enlightened person and if you have true thirst and really seek to receive the blessings of an Enlightened Master then it would surely lead you to one. Just remember that only True faith and determination can lead you to a Sathguru’s Durbar (Ashram). May the Almighty bless you.
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Warm regards

gora | Wed, 01/13/2010 - 12:39
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I suspect that the true realized are not the teachers or gurus

I have met many teachers, gurus and self-proclaimed sages, (also one that was too active here and claimed he is enlightened) - unfortunately, none of them has proved to be realized. They usually say the right words, that is easy, but when you inspect their behavior, how they react, you see that most of them are far from realized.

There is only one person that I met whose energy and quality suggest that this one is enlightened (he didn't say so) - he was not a teacher, he wasn't a guru, he was silent, you had to work hard to make him open his mouth and then the few words he said were magnificent and in a succinct way. The energy surrounding his area was outstanding. Everything was coherent - even his gaze and smile. He didn't want disciples, he didn't want to improve you, he didn't want anything. It was us who were attracted to him.

He was a some kind of a homeless sitting on a bench in a near garden for years. I happened to notice him when I was walking my dog in that garden. He could sit for hours on the bench. Sometimes there were days he was not there and then he would return. Haven't seen him for years. One day he was gone.

Jibanda | Thu, 01/14/2010 - 13:30
Gilana's picture

Yes, I do


Gilana | Fri, 01/15/2010 - 01:18
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The interesting question is not why but how - how do you know that he is realized?

sribonatar | Fri, 01/15/2010 - 10:09
Gilana's picture

My heart told me

This first time he spoke, my "heart" recognized him.

Gilana | Fri, 01/15/2010 - 17:00
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this also happens in love

this also happens in love and yet it does not imply that the loved one is realized.

seeker | Fri, 01/15/2010 - 21:47
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I have never mistaken a lover for an enlightened person. Have you?

But intense and growing love for someone who gives no egoic reaction, but returns that love (without moving) and with greater intensity and a provacation to increase, is truly an indication, don't you think?

Gilana | Fri, 01/15/2010 - 22:14
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synchronicities, coincindences, "miracles"

Do you notice synchronicities, coincidences, and little "miracles" happening around them, or around this of whom you speak? If so, what brings them about? What causes them?

Quantum | Sat, 01/16/2010 - 09:31
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synchronicities, coincidences, and little "miracles"

So much so that I have consciously stopped myself from noticing. If I notice, judgement occurs, and to be frank, I'm afraid to try to make sense of it. It's too much for me; I will just allow and benefit.

Gilana | Sat, 01/16/2010 - 17:20
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Now that I answered your question...

I wonder what the answer to my question of "why?" is...I don't mean to be disagreeable, but I stil think it is the operative question.

I know you are not the original questioner, but I would love to hear the reason anyone is interested?

Gilana | Sat, 01/16/2010 - 17:22
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Define please...

Please Define:
1. "personally in direct physical contact"
2. "you are most certain"
2. "realized"
3. "with all the paranormal, metaphysical, occult aspects"

I am, yet I am not...

Asanga | Sun, 01/17/2010 - 08:02
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@ original post,I think one

@ original post,I think one should not in search of in this way.If you are really in search of TRUE REALIZED PERSONALITY, first thing you need to do is make your inner mind clear with no flaws. May be REALIZED person is near you but you don't have that clear vision (knowledge) to persieve him/her.
It is very necessary what you want to aquire/see, one must make oneself quite strong/able enough to experience/taste the ultimate TRUTH,so that it can be digested.
With Love.

bonya basu | Tue, 04/27/2010 - 08:09
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be yourself

What my teacher/master/satguru/guide/friend says about such things is that you can only know if someone is realised when you know yourself. The only way to know yourself is to be realised :)

In my experience, he is realised/enlightened/free/awakened I have many accounts and occurences to validate that experience FOR ME. To put these out of context to reply to a question wouldn't be honouring this process, but I will say this.

Look beyond what you think "realised" means.

When I first met him, I severely judged him and didn't recognise anything that I was looking for. I was convinced to stay for the weekend with him by some friends and my world was rocked, shaken and turned upside down.

Since then I have undergone many movements and it has been a few years since I am living with him and his family, as well as a small group of others who are sincerely working towards union.


"Trust allows you to navigate imagination beyond where shadows lie". Tony Samara

PranaBeats | Wed, 04/28/2010 - 17:06
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Check for your self

I can only say from my experience that different people have different teachers.
From my experience I can also say that he knows that which "i" do not know.
Check for your self


awaken | Tue, 05/18/2010 - 06:46


Who am I is the question to whom answer is self-realization. Who means someone but let us assume here it is self for the understanding of the meaning of self-realisation; which means the realization of the soul or to say Aaatmaa.

what is meant by by--- paranormal, metaphysical, occult aspects etc. which have nothing to do with self-realization: whether it is??

NIDHI PARKASH | Thu, 05/20/2010 - 16:41
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Recognizing realized one

How can we recognizing somebody who is realized if we don't have the capacity to recognize however we guess through our beliefs & some experiences on physical & mental level.

I know someone who is realized and as per him everybody is realized only thing is we do not know that we are realized.

He is Tejguru Sirshree Tejparakhiji

I Strongly recommend all the truth seekers to visit

Thank you.

Rajesh B | Tue, 06/22/2010 - 13:01


Visited the but what is the definition of Self-realization?

NIDHI PARKASH | Thu, 08/26/2010 - 15:19
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Quite Ordinary

Yes, I do personally know an awakened person. He appears to be quite ordinary. There are no obvious signs, miracles or fireworks. He is just living without a personal attachment or reaction to content that arises in his experience. He looks ordinary and does ordinary things.
It is amazing to be his friend and student. The more time I spend with him, the more I see of what it means to be spiritually awake. It is not at all what I would have expected.

Here is his website:

Cliffhanger | Mon, 08/23/2010 - 17:20
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Thanks for the information.
I visited James Wood Teachings.I like the site and his teachings.One of his Teachings"The Inner Truth",I have blogged recently, that may help the Query of others.
Thanks again for the information of the site.

bonya basu | Thu, 08/26/2010 - 18:23
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James Wood

I'm really glad you like his work. Thank you for passing it on in your blog.

keep in touch :)

Cliffhanger | Thu, 08/26/2010 - 21:57
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Yes Tania , I know

Yes Tania , I know personally who is realised soul , @ present state , My Guru " Tejguru Sirshree Tejparkhiji " from Pune & also he is the founder of " Tejgyan Foundation - an international self development centre "
if u want more one the same u can contact me on OR visit

Dhanyawad ,

nileshtgf | Mon, 02/14/2011 - 09:52
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Any quary ?

I don't know any "God" realized person,
But I know one "God" who has realized one person.

Any-quary ?


jasdir singh jaura | Tue, 02/22/2011 - 13:01
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How can you really know for

How can you really know for sure? A real "Guru", if we can ever put such a name on a being, will not tell you who you are but everything you are not.

You are the light of consciousness and also the witness of this light.
You are pure awareness.

stillness 1 | Sat, 02/26/2011 - 23:46
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Yes, I found one. From

Yes, I found one. From Sixteen to Thirty five, for two decades, I have been in search of an enlightened master. I was a disciple of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. I was a Hindu by birth, later turned out to be a Catholic. But no religion or master satisfied me.

At last, I found a true master. He answers all my questions. He guides me in my dreams and my sleep. He is with me twenty four hours of a day. He is none but me.

agapuram | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 07:47
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inner mind

In the same way, this whom you found can be your mind, especially if he answers all your questions.

lagrima | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 07:53
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Stop searching, you’ll

Stop searching, you’ll find him. You are taking a leap, when a single step is enough. A step away from you, A step away from your disturbed self. Find your true self. All your search ends here.

agapuram | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 08:24
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The moment you realize your

The moment you realize your true self, you'll know that it's not your mind.

agapuram | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 08:27
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Chicken or egg or what looks like egg

But in order to realize your true self you need this distinction. It's not hard to see on the path so many who think they realized the self while you clearly notice that their mind just led them astray.

I think the best working formula (which I personally adopted a few years ago)is - those who feel a great inner inclination towards distancing from outer teachers and authorities and sticking to the inner guide should inspect sincerely, in real time, what are the sources of this inclination (ego, introversion, fear) and insist on outer teachers (!) and those who feel a strong inclination to follow outer teachers and not their inner voice should do the same and find the true reasons (a search for a father figure, exhibitionism, need for authority, social needs) and turn to the inner voice (!). It is the conditioning of the mind that dictates our approach, that gives us feelings of false realizations, that makes sure that we don't hit the jackpot, by this method one dares to inspect the zone which the mind doesn't like.

At the end most of the earnest seekers arrive in a place of no great inclination to either of the extremes, they are willing to surrender to anybody or at least listen to anybody with no trace of ego and they also are capable to compile things within themselves based on that delicate discriminative voice.

solomon | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 16:36
Quantum's picture

Teachers everywhere

While not my Guru--I have none--The lady I sit next to in the cube has some enlightening qualities. A good teacher at times.

So is the fellow who sits across the partition from my desk. He also has some very enlightening views. A good teacher at times--though he is not my Guru, I have none.

Sometimes, ideas and inspirations, and intuitions come, and they can be helpful in making my day in general, and my day in the office, to be more specific, work better for me. But the source of those ideas may be my own thoughts. Or, maybe they come from some deeper source, I don't know, I don't care. I only care what makes my life work better for me and helps keep me out of trouble.

Quantum | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 06:36
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Never the mind and never the heart

It is your soul. Patience and perserverance will show you your soul then mind becomes fleetingly illuminated and heart beautifully breakable but your soul will always be perfect guarded and protected from contamination. The mind, heart and soul are extensions of the body. Both mind and heart are fallible. But there must be something perfect something divine even in the most ruthless murderer which gives him hope something worthy and presentable to God that is the perfect soul.
Animals have a soul, heart and mind. But they are not as intelligent as humans but are capable of understanding perfect God-like love. They need to be loved like the creator for His creation. But they have a soul. Some may ascend to heaven who knows? Like St Guineafort. Or the cat which saved it's family from a house fire. Do you even knows the incarnation of your pet? It might be Jonah's whale or Daniel's lion! Or some great man who just missed heaven.

Isha | Sun, 03/25/2012 - 18:15
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Interesting observation

In the same way that is true. Some are only teachers who try to satisfy the mind - and they can do so for a time, but then the mind always comes up with new and more difficult and multiples of questions. I think if he feels satisfaction, it must not be the mind.

Gilana | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 08:48
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The problem is, truth is too

The problem is, truth is too simple. When you see the truth, you’ll think it is not the truth, and will miss it. With so many false things inside, truth is so difficult to identify. Yet it is so simple. Because it is always there, waiting for you.

The effort you take works against you. With minimum effort you can reach the truth. But since you spent minimum effort, you think, ‘Truth can’t be reached with so little effort. So this can’t be true.’ You are taking a leap, when a single step is enough.

Discard all your efforts. Discard all your questions. The very place you stand is the place you always wanted to be.

agapuram | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 11:17
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I dig it agapuram..I dig it. :)

B-friend | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 17:27
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Simple is beautiful..... is so profound and beautiful....just
yet difficult, to be simple.

bonya basu | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 18:18
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This is not simple but simplistic

Please define "simple".

I know so many people, especially neo Advaitans, who adopted this policy of "simplicity of truth" who settle for the simple, who preach against effort, who are just being, who cheer when someone says "truth is simple, no effort". Tiruvannamalai and all the satsangs of the Neo Advaitan teachers are full of them. And yet, not only that they haven't advanced spiritually, one can easily notice that they have receded.

There are so many who are simple around the world, who don't ask questions, who do not make any effort - how come they are not enlightened?

There is more to that. Truth is not simple and not complicated. One should not make too much effort but make a lot of effort in the beginning when the mind is strong. These simplistic generic slogans that are so loved by tired spiritual veterans are not enough.

mika | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 06:51
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Zero and infinity look alike

Zero and infinity look alike from outside. Those who have not started their spiritual journey and those who have reached the end look alike from outside. Both of them have no questions, satisfied, accept everything that comes. The only difference is, the former has no answers for your questions, but the later has. And thus the former can not guide you, but the later can.

agapuram | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 07:12
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It is not a matter of answers and guidance

Sorry but this is also too simplistic. When you will have the chance to meet one of these very rare truly realized ones, you will see that they do not look alike from outside or from the inside or from any other direction at all. Even a blind and deaf man will notice. There is such a tremendous difference in quality in any aspect. The problem is that there are so many false ones who claim realization that people have no idea about the magnificent rare ones.

And by the way, they have no answers, most of them wuill not talk to you at all or regard you personally, at the most they ""do you a favour and just point. It is just the image you have about them. Even Nisargadatta Maharaj had nothing to say besides to abide in the 'I Am' and be drawn beyond and could not convey what 'I Am' is. The rest was just entertainment.

mika | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 07:34
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yes, as you said, people in

yes, as you said, people in their seventh stage of consciousness do not talk, or express themselves. They are aloof and silent. They will answer only when you ask them.

agapuram | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 07:41
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That sounds like

...Shunryu Suzuki's "Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind", pg 44-45.

By the way, after practicing what you encourage, I have a new name I'm playing with:


You like it?

Sitting quietyly,
doing nothing,
Spring comes;
And the grass
Grows by itself.

Quantum | Sat, 06/04/2011 - 19:53
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Why did you convert from Hindo to Catholicism? I'm not knocking Catholics, because I am Catholic myself. But just curious about what made you convert? What does Catholicism give you that Hinduism could not?

I have the opinion that if a person were fully in touch with the essence of their own path (religion, faith, etc), they would not need to convert to any other, because as I see it, the deeper essence of all faiths is the same.

I can accept the deeper essence of the Bhagavad Gita as the same deeper essence of Zen, or of what Jesus taught. That's just my take on it.

Quantum | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 06:42
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I did not become a Catholic

I did not become a Catholic because I was fed up with Hinduism etc. My wife was a Catholic, out of love I did it. I don't believe in any conversion. Now my wife has become a Hindu by practice. Out of the same love, I follow her.

agapuram | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 06:48
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Now I am beyond any

Now I am beyond any religion. I love and respect all religions. But I am not attached to any.

agapuram | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 06:51
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Same here

I'm still catholic. (Albeit a "Cradle" catholic.) But I embrace Hinduism, and plan to read through Gita in its entirety some day. I did however, read my favorite parts already.

By the way, if you are a Hindu, it's off topic from this read, but can you summarize for me what "Jnana"(SP???) is?

I think I understand "Karma" Yoga (mindfulness, not being attached to the fruits of one's action); Bhakti Yoga (union through love and devotion, which is essentially the path of Christian worship services); and Raja Yoga, I don't know what that is either, but I think I'm not that interested in it. But I do want to know what is "Jnana" yoga?

The reason I ask is that I read a book called "Practicing His Presence" where the author several times mentioned that lifes circumstances worked out to his benefit, via coincidences, problems resolving themselves, etc, during the moment to moment practice of being fully mindful of The Lord. Now, that is something that I could use in a hectic office environment--problems and issues working themselves out, helpful coincidences happening, etc.

What is the Eastern Equivalent of what he was doing? Is it "Abiding in I Am"? "Jnana" Yoga?

For me, when I try to do what he did, all I end up doing is I end up thinking too much about God. My mind becomes too active. Which is the opposite of meditation.

Quantum | Sun, 04/24/2011 - 15:42
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Jnana Yoga is seeking God

Jnana Yoga is seeking God through Jnana - the wisdom. This yoga tells that you don't have to do anything except realization to seek God.

agapuram | Mon, 04/25/2011 - 03:55
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Jnana Yoga

Was this Nisargadatta's Path?

Quantum | Tue, 04/26/2011 - 05:24
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agapuram | Tue, 04/26/2011 - 05:41
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Ha ha ha...!

A cradle Catholic...! Keep going don't put down that bible keep up the addiction feed the hunger and thirst. You are at the purgatory stage, soon you will be illumined then united and only after that contemplative and hopefully complete.

Isha | Sun, 03/25/2012 - 18:19
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Purgatory, purge, purging, cleansing

Thanks. I needed that. You must be psychic.

Quantum | Tue, 03/27/2012 - 00:07
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The Maharishi...

...was not able to help you find your True Self?

Quantum | Sun, 06/05/2011 - 01:56
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While on the topic...

If I were to recommend anybody, it would be Dolano. She gives open satsangs and what she calls "the last satsang". "The last satsang" is a month long intensive and there is some pre-qualifying to an extent where the intent and readiness of the seeker is determined. This is done so that when one comes to know their true nature, it actually means something other than just an experience. Agapuram points at this in his comments. She says 'generally' it takes 2 or 3 days for one to come to know themselves.

There are also others that I regard as so but they may not be regarded as teachers. Dolano is regarded as a teacher and has accepted the role.


I know none of them personally. So excuse me for speaking out of line. :)

B-friend | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 17:46
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Thank you Bonya Basu for

Thank you Bonya Basu for your wonderful feedback!

agapuram | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 18:21
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Simple yet beautiful......

You have expressed in such a beautiful way. I like it very much.

bonya basu | Sat, 04/23/2011 - 18:37
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Enlightenment-self realisation-liberation-Shakti or kundalini?

Yes, many have powers psychic or occult. But these are secondary. They are gurus on the internet who deliver experiances such as out of body, visions of white light, telepathy and may ask for money and call it initiation by Shaktipat. But it is not spiritual enlightenment. You might try Vipassana meditation for yourself or a genuine guru who has practised for years. There is one I know Sri Nivas Arka who has a website and travels the world. But he also tries to impress with secondary powers for business reasons.

Isha | Sat, 06/04/2011 - 12:16
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Broadcasting from Mt. Arunachala.

If you still do not know who you are certainly you can not advance to the next step...."God Actualization" at the cellular level.
"God Actualization" is the objective not just 'realization'. I ask each of you what where you doing in your previous embodiments? Probably something very similar to what you are doing this lifetime.... "as little as possible"!

Dr.DeLight | Mon, 12/24/2012 - 08:24
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"Actualization" Anyone?

Broadcasting from Mt. Arunachala.

So many correct comments and responses on this page.
Thanks each one for working as hard as you have.


simply an awareness/acceptance of a fundamental Truth that "YOU ARE' the 'That' which "IS" refereed to in the statement "I AM THAT I AM". Jesus said "this is what happened to him" on his return from India before he begin His mission.

One day you will have an existential(direct) experience(I AM talking all 7 centers/chakras will be activated).

Yes!... there will be a 'flash' and maybe 'more' hence the word 'illuminated' or 'enlightened' and even for some the experience of "Ascension".

This is not an event which leaves questions or doubts in one's mind.

A number of people have had the above 'initiation' and passed it. 'Realization' is really no big deal (***important as it may be) BUT the more significant question may concern "ACTUALIZATION"! In other words... how much of the 'realization' does the person 'live' or allow to outpicture through their body.
There is a saying I am sure most have heard.... "There are those who 'can talk the talk' and those who 'can walk the walk' but how many are there that 'can walk their talk'?

I ask each of you how many "claiming to be 'realized beings' are speak about 'Actualization'. Is it on their radar? If they are 'realized' why are they not aware of this new/next 'software'? Or maybe they are aware and just not telling anyone(pretty selfish if that be the case) especially when so many people need relief from their demise. Speak with your friends, teachers and gurus about this process and ask what needs to be done to accomplish it.(thanks)

'Actualization' is about 'divine alchemy' ...change/transformation on the 'cellular and genetic' plane(your body).

'Actualization' is completed when The Light from one's 'I AM Presence/SOURCE' penetrates and passes through the 7 sub-planes of the Cosmic Physical Plane and through all 7 chakras located in the 'etheric' body which in turn connects to the ganglion centers(points on the spine) in the cellular body. When a planet achieves 'actualization' it become a 'Sun' and on the individual level one become a 'Star'(a Self-luminous, Omni-everything Being).

I ask you can this state of Being(described above) be worst than what you are outpicturing now? Then why not begin, this 'very moment'; make new choices, make new plans... download the updated 'software' and 'actualize' your 'Self'.

"FREEDOM"(do you know him?) is nearer than you think.

'No' folks I have not completed this 'process' as of this moment(but you can not use that as an excuse for not doing so); but I have been working on it for a few lifetimes and almost all of this one. I AM really on a 24/7 commitment right now, so for me nothing else matters. I do not participate much in this world any longer or with people.

There really are 'Actualized Beings' both 'on and off' Planet. Some will ask "how do you know"? All I can say... "because I communicate with them through the "I AM Presence" which connect us". 'Aghori' says You can get 'connected' anytime you wish if you are willing to do the few simple things which are required(like a pre-frontal lobotomy and a re-format of your hard drive/mind).
The Masters really have made it simple for us in this Aquarian Age by providing this 'updated software' which they themselves use to fulfill their 'divine plan'.

I ask each of you to 'Let go' of the Piscean and other dogma, especially the India/Asian information which in many cases are lies. distortions and mis-information. That information is really not necessary today; matter of fact it is becoming more and more of a hindrance to both the Individual's and the Planet's/Solar system Expansion.

I will say this ....I came into the planet a God/I AM 'realized' Being awaken to that 'Truth' at age 4 through my first 'Kundalini' experience. That is why I know what takes place as I briefly described above.

"Actualization" a new procedure/process ....investigate it and you will ultimately integrate and master it fulfilling your "Divine Plan".

I know right now you may not remember but you promised "Life" that if you could re-embody 'one more time' you would complete this work and graduate to a New Classroom. Are you coming with the Planet or postponing your VICTORY Now for another 'era' in time?


Dr.DeLight | Mon, 12/24/2012 - 17:49
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''Do you notice

''Do you notice synchronicities, coincidences, and little "miracles" happening around them,''
around you lol.
Couldn't you use light ? penetrate the 7

Mr jack | Mon, 03/11/2013 - 21:55
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Maybe these comments will help someone:

1. My own suggestion would be to sit in meditation and pretend you are a video camera. Look at the room you are in, look down your own body look at everything as if you are recording it. Feel that you are separate, without input, just recording. You will feel you are separate and that's okay. Really see what is there in detail. Let your mind take impressions - rather than it's usual thinking.

2. Alternatively, check out Scott Kiloby's method of Unfindable Inquiry.
So many people have awoken as a result of this inquiry that he doesn't keep track anymore.

May Grace be with you...

Gilana | Tue, 03/12/2013 - 02:41
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Re: Do you know someone who is realized?

Yes, I know. It is my Guru. I met Him in 1996. You cannot meet Him physically as He renounced His physical body in 2003.
My paranormal experience with Him in a poem:

When on God I did meditation profound,
My mind went round and round,
Then twice in dreams, my Guru I found;
Then I searched if dreams have any truth sound
But my search for Him was bound;
Later through my friend, I heard His sound
Because His mercy has no bound,
By His grace, He was found.

*** Salutations to the shoes of my Eternal Father Guru Siddha Nath ***

Nathyogi | Tue, 10/07/2014 - 05:33