Who seeks Self-Realization?

We say “I am a man or woman, I am a daughter, son, father, mother, sister or brother, I am from this or that country, I am the doer of this or that action, I am good or bad, I am happy or sad, I am a seeker, I am spiritual, I am a lover of God.” 

We speak of “my home, my family, my friends, my enemies, my job, my stuff, my strengths, my weaknesses, my thoughts, my emotions, my problems, my joy, my karma, my past, my future, my spiritual path, even of my God.” 

  • What is this I and my who claims to be and own such things? 
  • Are these things, claims, and identities who I really am? 
  • What are all these things, these objects, this world? 
  • What is the stuff of which they are made?
  • And from where do all these many things arise
  • Who am I, really? Who am I? 

One who is not able to refrain from asking such nagging questions is a candidate to travel the path of Self-Realization, wherein all of these questions are resolved in the direct experience of the Absolute Reality. 

The path of Himalayan sages is an ancient-most path of Self-Realization encompassing the oral Yoga Meditation system recorded by Patanjali, Advaita Vedanta, and purely internal Tantra.