Sri Bagavath



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Fast Facts
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Other Names and Nicknames: 
Ayya
Function: 
Guru
Traditions: 
Advaita, Jnana Yoga
Main Countries of Activity: 
India
Date of Birth: 
1948
Place of Birth: 
Tiruchendur, Tamil Nadu, India
In His/Her Body ("alive"): 
Yes
Other Related Gurus: 
Raju Swamy (Theni Swamy)

Biography

Sri Bagavath was born to a spiritual family and started his spiritual seeking around the age of 18. He attended several meetings with Jiddu Krisnamurti in his twenties and did a lot of spiritual practices and meditations for 40 years.

When he was about to give up the effort he is said to have realized the true nature of reality.

Teachings

Sri Bagavath has a holistic vision towards enlightenment.

He argues that the source of all misery is the desire for "Attaining" which has formed a psychological future and unending inner journey drags towards the idea of liberation.

Even though his teachings may sometimes appear as a shock treatment for some of the seekers, it is believed to be a healing for enlightenment with minimal side effects.

He says that "world" and "truth" are not two different entities, they are one and alike waves and ocean. The very moment the mind totally accepts its oscillations without any resistance; the inner flow becomes a perennial stream of flood.

Enlightenment is not an experience or accomplishment, the moment we end up all our internal efforts to hold or repel the feelings instantaneously there is freedom, freedom from all the images and metaphors of freedom. Subsequently there is no more enduring persona to counteract the emerges of thoughts or feelings. His teaching can be called the essence of the Upanishads or ‘Neo Upanishad’.

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Locations

Available for satsang in Thiruvannamalai and Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Thiruvannamalai
Type: 
House
Details: 

No. 108/21, Chengam Road, T.S.R. Nagar, Behind YogiRamSurathKumar Ashram, Thiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu

Phone: 
+91 9944215677
Maps and Pictures of Location: 
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Non-Essence Of Upanishads

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Those who don't know the meaning of the Upanishads are comparing Bhagavath's teachings with the Upanishads.