He met later Swami Shivom Tirth, the master who initiated him through Shaktipat into the system of Siddha Maha Yoga. He then practiced for years in solitude and isolation, deep in the jungle, in secluded caves and sacred places. He thus established himself permanently in a state of heightened awareness.
In 1990, he founded the Siddha Ashram in the holy city of Ujjain in central India. There he established one of the largest Shiva Lingams in mercury solidified through alchemical process, which, according to tradition, is an important aid to stabilize the fluctuations of the mind.
Recently, he has been traveling every year to Europe and America in order to transmit the gift of Shaktipat initiation to sincere seekers.
|Swami Shivom Tirth||Swami Vishnu Tirth||Sri Yogananda||Swami Narayan Dev||Swami Gagandar Tirth|
When his students are hungry he cooks for them. If they need a blanket he will give his own. He counsels his students and listens when they cry. He laughs with them when they are happy. Yet remains detached at all times. He is like a cooling breeze or running water, quenching the thirst of those who seek but in itself, ungraspable and free.
He blesses us with Shaktipat. The only system I have found (after 25 years of trying) that awakens a profound inner guidance. A guidance that leads one to freedom through the path of ever increasing consciousness and bliss. This guidance ultimately makes the need for an outer spiritual teacher unnecessary so that finally all of his students are free, happy and free.