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Here’s an overview of what we have in store for you!

Before you begin, you must first understand what’s the aim of human life, what is birth and what is death! Life as a human is merely not surviving, consuming or reproducing. It is indeed the only way to reunite yourself with GOD. Ever wondered about the creation? Different forms of life? The most common question amongst everyone is what is GOD – is GOD limited to any belief or religion? Can anyone find GOD? Wondering what, how and why? No other species on the planet have the intellect to even think about these questions, except for humans. Since we have the ability to think, understand or reason, we must utilize it to dig deeper within ourselves. Believe! only you have the answers to all of your questions, problems or creed, but you need to use the right resource and the tools to find it. Hopefully, you are in the right place that would help you understand & grasp everything logically at your own pace & will.

84 lakh yoni(8 million 4 hundred thousand species)

Did you know there are 84 lakh forms of life created by the Almighty GOD! There are 8,400,000 species in the creation we live in and the jivatma (soul) is allotted a body in every birth according to its past karma, out of which 900,000 live in water(aquatic life). Non-moving entities have 2,000,000 species like trees & plants, 1,100,000 species of insects & reptiles, 1,000,000 species of birds, 3,000,000 species of animals(quadrupeds) & humans have 400,000 species.

Divine Knowledge

GOD is the universal creator. GOD is self-prevailing, self-existent, omniscient with no beginning or an end. There are numerous definitions & qualities of GOD but yet GOD is undefined and is not limited to any faith, religion or belief. We must understand that we all are part of a creation that has a Creator known as GOD. So we need to attach ourselves with the creation first and then ultimately we’ll be connected with the Creator to receive GOD’s bliss, abilities & powers(Siddhis). Life is an endless cycle of births & deaths caused because of the karmic actions of a soul.

A body is made of 24 tattvas i.e. Five Elements – air, space, water, earth & fire. Five Karmendriyas  – mouth, feet, hands, anus and genitals. Five Jnanendriyas – the nose, eyes, tongue, skin and ears. Five Tanmantras – sound, touch, sight, taste and smell. Mahat (Intellect), Ahamkara (Egotism), Manas (Mind), Chetana (Awareness). A human nature, behavior or deed comprises of three Gunas i.e. Sattva (knowledge), Rajas (a mix of Knowledge & Darkness), Tamas (Darkness). Human nature is determined through the balance of these Gunas that differ from person to person. In order to perform actions human needs energy i.e. Chetana (Consciousness). Along with Chetana, the union of these 23 entities is Prakriti (Creation). Residing in this human device made of 24 entities is the fragment of GOD known as the soul. When the creation and human become one i.e. when a fragment of GOD resides in one’s body as a soul that is when a human comes to life.


Karma is the greatest teacher of all times. Karmas are the only reason for your birth, death, wanderness or fortunes. To explain in simple words “Karmas are your actions with intentions.” So no matter what you do you’d only reap the results according to the intentions in your mind while performing any particular action, work or deed. Every action is a deed, but every deed is not an action. Remember the old saying “Thinking Good! will result in good outcomes & vice versa.” A soul is bound to take birth in any species because of its past karma. Each moment determines your Karma and your deed determines the results of your Karmas that is experienced by the soul in different forms. Good intent and good deeds contribute to good karma and happier rebirths, while bad intent and bad deeds contribute to bad karma and bad rebirths.

The information mentioned above is taken from sacred texts which is an attempt for you to understand life and its value. Though everything is created by God and after taking birth in any of the species our mind functions according to the body we are trapped in and surprisingly no other species has this intellect. Human life is the only way through which one can connect with the Creator(God) by awakening their higher state of mind. It does not mean that a supernatural being will appear in front of you but we got to raise our consciousness to a level where we can travel beyond our physical nature to observe and know things. Most people just see and think according to the knowledge they have gathered in their lives, but a Life is far more complex than it seems to be. Generally, people miss a chance to realize the gift we have received as a human and waste this valuable opportunity to be drawn back to the cycle of birth & death.

A life’s aim is to realize that you are not limited to a body, thoughts, any feeling or an action. Our intention is to make everyone aware of this intelligence to get them connected with the creation first and after a certain time with the Creator. To do so, one has to undertake a certain path.

What is a path?

From Divine knowledge to the discipline of self-action.

From the discipline of selfless action to Spirituality.

And from Spirituality towards Infinite Knowledge – witnessing God is the ultimate truth & divine knowledge – this knowledge is the ultimate liberation & salvation from all.

For selfless action, you need to understand & practice Meditation. With this discipline, you can unravel your mind to know and master the hidden abilities or powers(Siddhis).

What are the benefits? 


Siddhis are material, paranormal, supernatural, or otherwise magical powers, abilities, and attainments that are the products of yogic advancement through sadhanas such as meditation and yoga. Since we are living in Dwapara yuga, the siddhis that can be attained in this period are described below:

In the Bhagavata Purana, the five siddhis brought on by yoga and meditation are:

  • Trikalajnatvam: knowing the past, present and future
  • Advandvam: tolerance of heat, cold and other dualities
  • Para Citta adi Abhijnata: knowing the minds of others, etc.
  • Agni Arka Ambu Visa Adinam Pratistambhah: checking the influence of fire, sun, water, poison, etc.
  • Aparajayah: remaining unconquered by others.

In the Bhagavata Purana, Shri Krishna describes the ten secondary siddhis as:

  • Anurmimattvam: Being undisturbed by hunger, thirst, and other bodily appetites.
  • Durasravana: Hearing things far away.
  • Duradarsanam: Seeing things far away.
  • Manojavah: Moving the body wherever thought goes (teleportation/astral projection).
  • Kamarupam: Assuming any form desired.
  • Parakaya Pravesanam: Entering the bodies of others.
  • Svachanda Mrtyuh: Dying when one desires.
  • Devanam Saha Krida Anudarsanam: Witnessing and participating in the pastimes of the gods.
  • Yatha Sankalpa Samsiddhih: Perfect accomplishment of one’s determination.
  • Ajnapratihata Gatih: Orders or commands being unimpeded.

Also, below mentioned Siddhis are add-on blessings from the Ultimate Creator:

  • Uuha: based on the samskaras (karmic imprints) of previous births, the attainment of knowledge about the twenty-four tattvas(Tattva link*) gained by examining the determinable and indeterminable, conscious and non-conscious constituents of creation.
  • Shabda: knowledge gained by associating with an enlightened person (Guru – upadesh).
  • Addhyyan: knowledge gained through study of the Vedas and other standard ancillary texts.
  • Suhritprapti: knowledge gained from a kind-hearted person, while engaged in the spread of knowledge.
  • Daan: knowledge gained regardless of one’s own needs while attending to the requirements of those engaged in the search of the highest truth.
  • Aadhyaatmik dukkh-haan: freedom from pain, disappointment, etc. that may arise due to lack of spiritual, metaphysical, mystic knowledge and experience.
  • Aadhibhautik dukkh-haan: freedom from pain etc. arising from possessing and being attached to various materialistic gains.
  • Aadhidaivik dukkh-haan: freedom from pain etc. caused by fate or due to reliance on fate.

Apart from the Siddhis mentioned above, you would also learn self-healing, healing others, developing a sixth sense, cleansing your mind, body & soul, improved concentration & focus levels, greater understanding of various aspects, relief from anxiety & stress, higher energy levels, increased self-awareness, overall improved physical, mental, emotional & spiritual well-being etc.

May God fill your soul and your spirit with lots of courage, kindness, love and hope!