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About the author

Initially music composer, Sree Devdeep, at the age of 28,

consecrated his life to explore the multitudinous and

imperishable ways of the Divine, embodying an universal

approach of the deployment of the Divine Consciousness…


Extracts from "The Oneness revealed"...


" Spiritual realities are displayed in colors, and the senses are
changed in senses of the supra-sensory world, into organs of Light. "

" From this world to the Beyond, from the ordinary man to the man of
Light, who is absorbed in the All. "

Correlative parallelism with the
Psychic-being /Jivatman principle
into Sufi mysticism:

" Two friends with beautiful wings, closely intertwined, embracing
one and the same tree, one eats its sweet fruits, the other does not
eat, but looks on. "

" Every soul has a celestial partner, who is an angel "

I contemplate my double with my eyes of light ".


" O Beauty! Senses scattered into the space within the heart-cave,
perceive the essence of "Shakti" as a golden dust of a supernatural
delicacy, which shines in your heart and from there, is blown into

" Supreme Bliss dawns! "

" Of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether too, from each gathered, and
firmly shaping in the palm, which confines me within a cell with
blazing fire alight, even from the oppression of such feminine
Divinity, protect and nourish me in your nectarine Immortality ".

I would now like to mention that psychology and spirituality work at
different levels.

sychology offers an assistance uplifting the ego,level but is not
acquainted with the post-ego-state.
Spirituality commences its function where psychology ends.
Furthermore, psychology cannot offer assistance in transforming the
ego but can help us to find the invisible elements of the ego, and place
them in readiness for transformation.

Ego-> Consciousness with contents >Witness> contents-free

The transpersonal Witness eventually collapses into the every-thing

Livrets / Booklets
Livrets / booklets pour conferences
Astronaut Ape - Awaredance

The Ayurvedic concepts of Life

The Ayurvedic concepts of Life.

Ayurveda” acknowledges three forms of Prana, or Life-Energy, as being the cause of good health or sickness in every one of us.
These are the three doshas, or biological humors, respectively known as Vata (Air), Pitta (Fire), and Kapha (Water).
Doshas means “that through which health is affected”, evoking by those words the eventual turn into malignancy of any of these three humors.
Vata signifies “wind”, Pitta “bile”, and Kapha “mucus or phlegm”.
Wind, Bile and Phlegm are the three main factors for toxins to cause pain and ailments, while accumulating in the body.
The Wind causes dryness, rigidity, nervousness, and debility.
The Bile, a fire hypostasis, causes infection, inflammation, bleeding and fever.
As for phlegm, congestion, oedema, and obesity will develop.
What we are aiming at, through specific asanas associated with a diet reestablishing harmony within the subtle energies, is to avoid doshas accumulating into the site of origin; for Vata, the colon, for Pitta the small intestine, and for Kapha the stomach.
Sites where pathological process takes initially place.
Each dosha, or humor, has a definition and a quintuple subdivision summarized thus:

For Vata,
rude, light, cold, subtle, hard, capable of movement.
Its nature is desire, related to attachment.
It is Prana Vayu, Udana Vayu, Vyana Vayu, Samana Vayu, and Apana Vayu.

For Pitta,
associated to heat, and energetic movement.
Oily, sharp, hot, luminous, smelling, moist.
Its nature is pride, related to anger.
It is Prana Agni, Udana Agni, Vyana Agni, Samana Agni, Apana Agni.

For Kapha,
associated to cold and stability.
Its nature is sleep, related to narrow-mindedness.
It is Prana Jala, Udana Jala, Vyana Jala, Samana Jala, and Apana Jala.

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