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Atma Malik Dhyanpeeth Vision

Kokamthan |20 September 1972

Life’s true purpose -

We are born as human beings in this world and to run greedily after the positions and the materials is not the only aim of our life. The inner world also exists like another side of the coin which is more marvelous more vast more beautiful that is the true ecstasy. The difference between in both this world is that one is true and the other is false. Where most of us are awakened is the false place by putting innumerable efforts for the perishable pleasures leading atlas for disappointment, discontent and unhappiness. The place where we most of us sleep is the only contented and happiest place filled with love, peace and silence.

Soul or Atma or Sadhguru -

The SOUL is the creator and the controller of each and every living and non-living thin, even a single movement is not made in this world without its permission. But we have forgotten its place of residence. Only a Sadhguru can show us the correct path. Sadhguru Atma Malik has given the message that god of all gods is soul. Soul resides in every heart and the art of loving soul is called meditation and meditation on it leads to self-realization. Atma Malik Dhyanpeeth gives such tremendous knowledge in so simple way; people come here from different parts of world to learn the art of loving self.


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Venue:- VISHWATMAK JANGLI MAHARJ ASHRAM,KOKAMTHAN, STATE HIGHWAY SHIRDI-KOPERGAON ROAD, Maharashtra 423601.
According to the science of Spirituality, the entire universe is made up of 3 basic subtle components – Sattva, Raja and Tama. Sattva is the component that represents spiritual purity and knowledge; Raja represents action and passion, while Tama represents ignorance and inertia. The subtle vibrations emanating from anything and everything are dependent on the predominant subtle basic component they are comprised of.All those gathered around a campfire receive the warmth of the fire. Likewise, all those attending a Satsang are spiritually nourished by others’ spiritual experiences. Just as air is essential to keep a fire burning, Satsang is essential to encourage us to continue our spiritual practice.