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Hello & Welcome!

Hello and Welcome! Welcome to the Siddha Vasi Blog dedicated to keeping readers connected to the world of Siddha Vasi Healing here in the United States, as well as Europe and India. The articles in this blog will focus on topics selected from my recently published book, “Rivulets of the Absolute.” There will also be guest bloggers invited in the future. This blog is intended to provide practical insight into the healing system of my teacher, Siddha Healer Pal Pandian. It also serves as an invitation for those who suffer from illnesses to learn more about us and our healing work. I sincerely hope you enjoy reading the blog as much as I will enjoy posting to it!...

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VASI – Living through the Breath of the Universe

The family of Siddha Healer Pal Pandian’s lineage has grown by three. This happy news is due to the recent completion of Vital Point Therapy instruction by Oleg Aleksandrov, Shweta Parmar, and Jim Prussack. Each of them is authorized to practice Vital Point Therapy and can be reached at their respective contact information listed below: Oleg Aleksandrov                                     Shweta Parmar                                                 Jim Prussack Krasnodar, Russia                                   New York City, NY    ...

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Pilgrimage to Saint Ramalinga

Siddha saint Ramalinga was one of the most illustrious saints of India during the late 19th century.  Pal Pandian related a story of Saint Ramalinga: “There was a wealthy landowner and village leader who lived just 20 kilometers outside of here (Tiruvannamalai). He had two young daughters and both were afflicted with some entity, what people today call possession. Hearing of Saint Ramalinga he took his daughters to see him. Of course, back then they had to travel by bullock cart and, as you know it is a long journey. After such a long and hot journey they finally arrived in Vadalur. As the cart pulled into the small courtyard, Saint Ramalinga emerged from the house and stared at the oxen that were hot, tired and tied...

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The Pandora’s Box of Healing (Problem – Solution, Pt. 2)

The Pandora's Box of Healing (Problem - Solution, Pt.2) Hello everyone! This followup blog to the one dated October 27 (Problem - Solution, Pt. 1), is long overdue. The original post explored how we mechanically rush to solve each thing that comes along. Only to move to something else. Why is this so important? Because it is the fulcrum of what we call stress. Why would we continue to live in a way that only promotes and adds to our daily burden? I don’t know. So, I asked Pal. His reply? “Because we don’t like to see how we really are, even with any situation.” This same ingrained and neurotic attitude lies to us. It deludes us into believing we understand everything about each life situation. Even in the dimension...

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Book Launch in Budapest

Borbala Kasza, is a dedicated student of Pal Pandian and Siddha Vasi Healer. Recently she held a launch event in Budapest to celebrate her translation of Pal's book, "Siddhas: Masters of the Basics."  In an earlier blog about Borbala and the way she lovingly stitched her free time over years into the translation, I pointed out that she did so while working full time and being a wife and mother. Once Pal had received a copy from Borbala, he and I were looking it over. While he had written it in English, I wondered if anyone was attempting to translate it into other languages. Pal laughed, "Oh, no. A few people close to me have mentioned that it should be translated into Tamil. But they quickly...

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PROBLEM – SOLUTION

Problem-Solution. When glancing at the words where do your eyes focus? Where does your attention dwell, on the word ‘problem’ or does it tend to fixate on the word ‘solution’? Chances are we are inclined to shift attention and focus on the word solution. So, what’s the problem (pun intended), with this? During the first few weeks here with Pal Pandian I came to understand directly and deeply what we are missing in life when our attention fixates on solving problems. We can easily substitute the word ‘situation’ for problem. It is more inclusive and applicable. Pal used the word situation speaking to me about the deeper levels of Vasi yoga. The reason this came up and was important for me to see in myself is that...

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NEW TRANSLATION NOW AVAILABLE!

Siddhas:  Masters of the Basics, authored by Pal Pandian, has been translated into Hungarian by one of his students. The Hungarian version was released last week and is the result of 4 years of dedicated work by Borbala Kasza. She sent a copy to Pal here in Tiruvannalmalai before its release. Only a few days ago I arrived at Dwarka Mayi at my usual time. After our greeting Pal handed me a large, hard bound book. “Oh, she has finished Sir!” I exclaimed. “Yes, it has come out very fine,” Pal replied, “and it is the first version other than its original English.” Together we looked at both the front and back covers and then leafed through the 600 plus pages. “Wow, this is incredible Sir! The quality of...

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THE INNER SIGNIFICANCE OF NAVARATRI FESTIVAL (Part 1)

The festival of Navaratri (nine nights) culminates on the tenth day known as Vijayadashami or “Victory Day.”  In the previous post I wrote how it symbolizes the victory over the inertia and limitations of the mind. I asked Pal Pandian for further details and he kindly offered insight into what is meant by the inertia and limitations dwelling within. “Dasha Hara in Sanskrit means the removal of ten bad qualities,” he began.  “The entire Navaratri celebration represents the overcoming of these qualities. It is said the Goddess fought with evil for ten days and nine nights. The final victory comes on this tenth day. Hence, Vijaydashami signifies “Vijaya" with the literal meaning being “to win”, over these ten bad qualities.” “The ten bad qualities Sir,” I asked, “are...

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NAVARATRI – The Final Night

This last night of Navaratri is dedicated to the Goddess named Durga: Seated on a lion and carrying a trident, the legend of Her slaying the great demon Durgama, thus she is often named “Mahishasura”, as “asura” means demon, and maha or mahi translates as “great.” Today (Tuesday) is known as Vijayadashami, or "Victory day." It symbolizes the victory over the inertia and limitations of the mind....

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NAVARATRI – The 8th Night

Tonight the Divine Feminine, called Venu Ganam, is depicted as flute playing Krishna. This name means Mother removes misfortune and this She does out of compassion for Her children....

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