Giten: Love, Freedom and Aloneness

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Love, Freedom and Aloneness

Giten shared his presence, love, joy, truth and silence in a satsang weekend on love, freedom and aloneness, 12-13 October, 2019 in Stockholm

 

“The satsang weekend with Giten on love, freedom and aloneness was a deep source of joy and love”

– Deva Emanuel, participant in satsang weekend on love, freedom and aloneness with Giten, 12-13 October, 2019 in Stockholm

 

“There is a large difference between real love and ordinary love. Real love is nourishment of the soul, ordinary love is strengthening of the ego.”

 

“Love is the first step on the spiritual path to love yourself, to respect yourself and to accept yourself as you are.”

 

“Only when you love, respect and accept yourself, you can love and respect another person.”

 

“A man who loves himself respects himself.”

 

“Love your body, love your mind and love your soul.”

 

“Food is nourishment for the body, love is nourishment for the soul.”

 

“Love is painful because it creates way for joy. Love gives you the first experience of God.”

 

“The whole spiritual journey consists of two steps: meditation and love.”

 

“Love is the highest value in life. Without love, life is meaningless and with love life

becomes meaningful.”

 

“Love makes you a spiritual force.”

 

– Swami Dhyan Giten

 

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The Mystery School: Be a Light to Yourself. Satsang with Giten, November – January 2020, in Stockholm

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THE MYSTERY SCHOOL:

BE A LIGHT TO YOURSELF – THE MASTER WITHIN

LIVING IN THE LIGHT OF OUR OWN CONSCIOUSNESS

Satsang with Giten, November – January 2020, in Stockholm

Ten Thursday evenings: 7, 14, 21, 28 November. 5, 12, 19 December. 9, 16, 23 January 2020. 1500:-

“Giten is real. Authentic on his way and self. A loving man, who knows the science of truth, love and life.

– Prem Pathik, India

“Satsang with Giten is a taste of the eternal, a taste of the timeless. It can feel like we sat for 3 hours, while we only sat for 40 minutes.

I was so afraid that I would lose the silence that I had found during satsang in India, but I found the silence again in satsang with Giten. Samadhi is like dying. The fear that I experienced in the beginning in satsang when I went into samadhi, when I disappeared into the silence, has now disappeared totally.

Satsang with Giten is like coming home. I went into samadhi three times during a satsang weekend with Giten – and I also got a map and an understanding for how to go into samadhi again.

Before I started to attend satsang, I did not think that enlightenment was possible, but now I feel that it is possible. Satsang with Giten confirms what I have really always known.

– Padma

The Mystery School was born in the autumn, 2019, in Stockholm. Satyama Padma, participant in satsang with Giten said that satsang with Giten is a mystery school, which she felt blessed to participate in.

What is a mystery school? The Mystery school teaches you how to live. The whole work of The Mystery School is to help you to find yourself, to find your authentic inner being. The work of the mystery school is to wake the student up and to allow him to be himself.

Satyama Padma, said that her experience of spiritual organizations is that people tries to impose themselves on others and aggressively tries make each other somebody else, but with Giten she found a freedom to be herself.

The satsang participant Samarpan also commented that Giten’s quality of allowing people to be themselves is a rare quality. The satsang participant Deva Emanuel commented that he would not have stayed in satsang with Giten if it was not for the atmosphere and climate of love. He also says that satsang with Giten is a mystery school.

Giten’s mystery school is a place, where love is taught. It is a place where love is nourished. It is to make your love pure – without ego, power and domination – just a sheer gift of joy a delight in the being of the other person.

The healer in Gothenburg, Lena Nikunen, described Giten as ‘a loving transmitter of much wisdom’ and a teacher, who participated in a course with Giten said: ‘I am impressed by Giten’s intuition and by his way of conducting therapeutic work – or if I should rather call it: giving insight into love.’

The mystery school is the way of the Upanishads, which Giten has been teaching for the last 4 years. The word Upanishad means “to be near, to be close”, which is the heart of satsang. The word Upanishad means to be in the presence of the spiritual teacher and to take in his silence. That is the essence of the work of a mystery school. The mystery school manages to create a certain field of energy and if you are receptive, if you are available, if you are ready to go on the journey of the unknown.

The spiritual teacher simply provides a system to enter slowly into the deep waters and ultimately to enter a stage, where you disappear into the ocean; you become the ocean itself. To become a part of a mystery school is a great benediction. It is very difficult to find a mystery school to find people who are searching and not imposing themselves on each other, but only helping each other if the need is there.

The whole work of the mystery school to let your ego dissolve and to help you into a deep let-go with existence. To be initiated into mystery school simply means that now you are taking the first step towards actualizing your potential for freedom. He is Buddha, he is a Christ; then he lives in freedom.

In this satsang series we will also explore three keys to spiritual maturity:

1. Be a light to yourself: The last words of Gautama the Buddha on the earth were: Be a light unto yourself. Do not follow others, because following creates stupidity. You are born with a light within you. You are enough to yourself. You are sufficient to yourself. Listen to the still, small voice within, and that will guide you. Nobody else can guide you, nobody else can become a model for your life because you are unique. Buddha defines wisdom as living in the light of our own consciousness. This very message of Buddha functions as a reminder to all the seekers of truth – on the path of enlightenment.

2. Love, freedom and aloneness: One of the most significant teachings of Buddha is to love yourself and watch. Love yourself and watch are Buddha’s two steps of meditation. Just as food is nourishment for the body; love is nourishment for the soul. Without nourishment for the soul, the body becomes weak. Without nourishment of love, the soul becomes weak.

To make you spiritually weak, all the religious traditions have taught you to love others, but don’t love yourself. All the cultures and civilizations has taught you not to love yourself, because if a man cannot love himself he cannot love anybody else either. And no state, church and vested interests has ever wanted you to love yourself, because love give you a strong soul, so that nobody can exploit, manipulate and control you.

You have been made afraid of being in love with yourself, which is the first step of love. A man who loves himself respects himself.And a man who loves and respects himself loves and respects others. He becomes aware that we are not different: we are one. In the foundation, we are part of one nature. A man who loves himself starts overflowing, so that his love starts reaching others. You love other people, you love animals, flowers and trees.

Love makes you a spiritual force. Love yourself, says Buddha, this can transform the whole world.

Love begins with yourself, and then it can spread. Love yourself, says Buddha, and then he adds, and watch. That is Buddha’s word for meditation. The first step is to love yourself, and the second step is to watch. Love is the first step to know yourself.If you do not love yourself, you will never know yourself. Love your body, love your mind and love your soul. Watching is meditation. It is Buddha’s name for meditation. He says: Be aware, be alert and be conscious.

The first step in meditation is to love yourself, to respect and accept yourself as you are. The second step in meditation is to watch – watch when you take a walk, watch when you eat and watch when you spend time with friends.

3. Joy that comes from within: Giten posits that to be joyful is the basic nature of life. Joy is the spiritual dimension of happiness, in which one begins to understand one’s intrinsic value and place inthe universe.

Accepting joy is a decision to “go with the flow,” to begrateful to be alive and for all the challenges and opportunities in life,rather than setting conditions or demands for happiness.Joy is the essence of our life. That even unhappiness has its roots in joy.

Giten shares a unique perspective of accepting joy by being grateful for our life with its challenges and opportunities rather than placing a demand or setting conditions for it. Giten urges us to reconnect with the natural joy that we were born with, and that is available to us the moment we turn our attention to the silent space within.

In this satsang series, Giten will also describe the work of a mystery school. He will talk about what mysticism is, and he will talk about love, trust, intuition, courage, fear, the ego, meditation, creativity, freedom, doing and non-doing, death, the relationship between the spiritual teacher and the student, silence, enlightenment, life and existence.

The Mystery School is the science of meditation: how to observe the mind and its processes min a relaxed, non-judgmental way and the find the perception and clarity of self-realization. Meditation is a way of settling in oneself, at the innermost core your being. Once you have found the center of your existence, you will have found both your roots and wings. The roots are in your inner being and existence and the wings are in the fragrance that is released in contact with existence.

The fragrance consists of love, freedom, compassion, authenticity, sincerity, humor and a tremendous feeling of blissfulness. The roots make you an individual, and the wings give the freedom to love, to be creative, to share unconditionally the joy that you have found.
The mystery school is supported by silent satsang with Giten, which is a direct insight and realization of being.

This satsang series is supported by silent satsang with Giten, which is a direct insight and realization of being. It is a direct insight into being a light to yourself.

SWAMI DHYAN GITEN

Giten experienced his first satori, his first glimpse of spiritual awakening, when he was 9 years old. This created a deep thirst and longing in his heart and being to return to this natural and effortless experience of being one with the Whole.

Swami Dhyan Giten has dedicated his life to teach the art of awareness and meditation. He conducts individual consultations, seminars and courses internationally. His quotes, articles and books have touched the hearts of thousands and are appearing with increasing frequency in magazines, blogs and websites.

Since he began to meditate when he was 15 years old, he has dedicated his life to the study and exploration of the inner journey in order to move out of his own way, to be in a flow, and to discover the authentic inner being, the meditative quality within, the inner silence and emptiness, the capacity to surrender to life.

He does not belong to any spiritual group or tradition; he is only interested to explore what it means to live with open eyes.

In 1982, when Giten was 23 years old, he was directed by the Divine presence in a trance session with the American trance chancellor Lin David Martin: “You have listened to your intuition, to your true inner voice, more than most. You have been searching for the contact with the Spirit for a long time and now it is beginning to manifest on the outer plane. You have been gifted many times in previous embodiments and now everything will come rather easy for you. I want you to put your energy into the lives of others, because you can.”

A spiritual teacher, who has counseled thousands of people, told Giten in 1984: “You will dissolve into the silence. All the earlier enlightened Masters and all the small Deva’s are just here to help you to get enlightened.”

He is author of the best-selling book in Swedish “Meditationens Sång – Om meditation, relationer och andlig kreativitet” (Solrosens forlag, 2001, available from Internet book store Adlibris: www.adlibris.com), and “The Silent Whisperings of the Heart – An Introduction to Giten’s Approach to Life” (2008, available as paperback at Internet book store Lulu.com: www.lulu.com/spotlight/Giten), Presence – Working from Within. The Psychology of Being (2011, available as paperback at Internet book store Lulu:www.lulu.com/spotlight/Giten) and “The Language of Silence – From Darkness to Light” (available in paperback at Lulu.com: www.lulu.com/spotlight/Giten). His latest book has just been published, “Silence is the Way: The Teachings of Buddha” (available at Lulu: www.lulu.com/spotlight/Giten)

PRACTICAL INFORMATION:

TIME: Ten Thursday evenings: 7, 14, 21, 28 November. 5, 12, 19 December. 9, 16, 23 January 2020.
COST: 1500:- – 150 EUR.
COURSE LANGUAGE IN STOCKHOLM: Swedish.
PLACE: Stockholm.
IINFORMATION & Registration: Registration 1 week before to swami.dhyan.giten(a)gmail.com

Previous experience of meditation is required.

Be a Light to Yourself: The Master Within. Satsang Weekend with Giten, 15 – 17 November, 2019, in Stockholm

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THE MYSTERY SCHOOL:

BE A LIGHT TO YOURSELF

– THE MASTER WITHIN

Living in the Light of our own Consciousness

Satsang weekend with Giten,

15-17 November, 2019, in Stockholm

“Giten is real. Authentic on his way and self. A loving man, who knows the science of truth, love and life.

– Prem Pathik, India

“Satsang with Giten is a taste of the eternal, a taste of the timeless. It can feel like we sat for 3 hours, while we only sat for 40 minutes.

I was so afraid that I would lose the silence that I had found during satsang in India, but I found the silence again in satsang with Giten. Samadhi is like dying. The fear that I experienced in the beginning in satsang when I went into samadhi, when I disappeared into the silence, has now disappeared totally.
Satsang with Giten is like coming home. I went into samadhi three times during a satsang weekend with Giten – and I also got a map and an understanding for how to go into samadhi again.
Before I started to attend satsang, I did not think that enlightenment was possible, but now I feel that it is possible. Satsang with Giten confirms what I have really always known.

I never thought that samadhi was possible, but in satsang with Giten samadhi is knocking on the door.”

– Padma
The last words of Gautama the Buddha on the earth were: Be a light unto yourself. Do not follow others, because following creates stupidity. You are born with a light within you. Listen to the still, small voice within, and that will guide you. Nobody else can guide you, nobody else can become a model for your life because you are unique. Buddha defines wisdom as living in the light of our own consciousness, and foolishness as following others.
Buddha says, “BE A LIGHT UNTO YOURSELF!” That is his greatest message. This very message of Buddha functions as a reminder to all the seekers of truth – on the path of enlightenment.
Nobody else in the whole world, in the whole history of humanity, has been so respectful towards others as Gautam the Buddha. “Be a light unto yourself.” Buddhas only point the way — fingers pointing to the moon. YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW, AND YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW ACCORDING TO YOUR NATURE. You have to be silent, quiet, so you can listen to the still small voice within you, and then follow it. Wherever it leads, it is good. GO IN DEEP TRUST, FOLLOWING YOUR OWN VOICE. Be spontaneous, natural, ordinary. This is the way of being extraordinary. Be ordinary but aware, and the ordinary becomes the sacred.
A buddha has not to be followed, but understood. A buddha has not to be imitated but listened to — listened to in tremendous silence, love, trust. And the more you understand a buddha, the more you will feel he is speaking not from the outside but from within, from the very core of your being.
This satsang weekend is supported by silent satsang with Giten, which is a direct insight and realization of being. It is a direct realization to be a light to yourself.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION:

TID: 15 – 17 November, 2019.
PLACE: Stockholm
PRICE: 1500 SEK – 150 EUR.
REGISTRATION: Registration one week before the course.
INFORMATION: swami.dhyan.giten@gmail.com
Previous experience of meditation is recommended for participation in the course.

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Giten: The inner being is like a small, individual river flowering towards the Ocean.

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“Meditation expands our inner being. The inner being is like a small, individual river flowering towards the Ocean.

In meditation, I feel how my inner being expands into an inner ocean, which is part of everything, which is one with Existence.

Through the inner being, we come in contact with the inner ocean, the undefined and boundless within ourselves, where we are one with life. We realize that God is part of life.

We realize that God is not a person, but the consciousness that is part of everything. We find God in a flower, in a tree, in the eyes of a child or in a playful dog.

Through discovering our inner being, we discover that we are also part of the flower, the child or the dog. We realize that God is everywhere.”

― Swami Dhyan Giten,

Presence – Working from Within. The Psychology of Being

The Sacred Yes

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The Sacred  Yes 

 

From satsang with Giten,

12 September, 2019, in Stockholm

 

To be with a spiritual teacher is to be in a yes-quality.

This is what is meant by openness, trust and receptivity.

It is to let our heartbeat say yes.

 

There are people who automatically say no to everything, there are people who sometimes say yes and sometimes say no – and there are those whose yes is unconditional.

People who are too much attached to their no and who say no to everything are not open and spiritually mature for a spiritual teacher.

Only those that are spiritually mature enough to say yes unconditionally are open for a spiritual teacher.

–  Swami Dhyan Giten

Mysteries of Love: Love, Freedom & Aloneness with spiritual teacher Swami Dhyan Giten, 12-13 October, 2019, in Stockholm

 

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Giten and Padma in blissful harmony without barrier

Mysteries of Love: 

Love, Freedom & Aloneness

A unique therapy- and meditation
course with spiritual teacher
Swami Dhyan Giten

12-13 October in Stockholm

 

“The course with Giten opened a totally new way of living, a new way of being.”

– Deva Emanuel

Love arises when we go beyond the ego and discover the inner being.  

Only people who has the capacity to be alone has the capacity to love – without dominating the other, without ego and without being dependent on the other. 

They can allow the other absolute freedom, because their inner happiness is not dependent on the other. 

The first step in this course is to learn to love yourself and the second step is meditation, learning to relate from our inner being. 

This course is a unique opportunity to understand the mysteries of love and to discover our inner being, the inner source of love. 

This course is an opportunity to start fresh with ourselves and with our relations with others. 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION:

TIME: 12-13 October

PLACE: Stockholm

PRICE: 1200:- – 120 EUR.

REGISTRATION: Registration to the course 1 week before start.

INFORMATION:  swami.dhyan.giten(a)gmail.com

Prevois experience of therapy and/or meditation is recommended for participation. 

THE INAUGURATION OF THE MYSTERY SCHOOL, 1 AUGUST, IN STOCKHOLM

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THE INAUGURATION OF THE MYSTERY SCHOOL, 1 AUGUST, IN STOCKHOLM
During the evening spiritual teacher Swami Dhyan Giten talked about what a mystery school is and the three steps that a sincere seeker of truth goes through.
 
After the lecture, there was silent satsang with Giten, where a deep silence happened. The evening ended with celebration with delicious mango juice and muffins.
“It has really happened things with Giten, who I have known for more than 30 years. He has both the silence and the mind to explain the spiritual path.
I thought the other day that I have actually taken initiation into the spiritual path from Giten, which would not have happened before, but which just happened now. I always become so happy now when people call me my new name Padma, which means “lotus flower”.
– Satyama Padma, participant in satsang with Giten
Swami Dhyan Giten, thank you for such a beautifull explanation of the experience & place of God in our own existence.
This is one of the most beautiful and powerful descriptions of the existence of God in our lives, that I can honestly say I have encountered throughout many years of searching & looking for SOMETHING, that makes any sence. Also your description of the Divine within, has left me eager for more.
Bless You.
– Clifford Dent, trained in cultural anthropology and developmental psychology at Oxford Brookes University, London, England
THE MYSTERY SCHOOL
What is a mystery school? The Mystery school teaches you how to live. The whole work of The Mystery School is to help you to find yourself, to find your authentic inner being. The work of the mystery school is to wake the student up and to allow him to be himself.
Satyama Padma, participant in satsang with Giten, and the last person to leave the funeral of the mystic Osho, said that her experience of spiritual organizations is that people tries to impose themselves on others and aggressively tries make each other somebody else, but in satsang she found a freedom to be herself. The satsang participant Deva Emanuel commented that he would not have stayed in satsang if it was not for the atmosphere and climate of love. He also says that satsang is a mystery school.
A mystery school is a place, where love is taught. It is a place where love is nourished. It is to make your love pure – without ego, power and domination – just a sheer gift of joy a delight in the being of the other person.
The mystery school is the way of the Upanishads. The word Upanishad means “to be near, to be close”, which is the heart of satsang. The word Upanishad means to be in the presence of the spiritual teacher and to take in his silence. That is the essence of the work of a mystery school. The mystery school manages to create a certain field of energy and if you are receptive, if you are available, if you are ready to go on the journey of the unknown.
The spiritual teacher simply provides a system to enter slowly into the deep waters and ultimately to enter a stage, where you disappear into the ocean; you become the ocean itself.
To become a part of a mystery school is a great benediction. It is very difficult to find a mystery school to find people who are searching and not imposing themselves on each other, but only helping each other if the need is there.
The whole work of the mystery school to let your ego dissolve and to help you into a deep let-go with existence. To be initiated into mystery school simply means that now you are taking the first step towards actualizing your potential for freedom. He is Buddha, he is a Christ; then he lives in freedom.
In this satsang series we will explore the five levels of the human consciousness: 1. The body 2. The mind 3. The heart 4. The being and 5. The Universal consciousness. These are the five levels that a sincere seeker develops through.
In this satsang series, we will also explore the work of a mystery school. We will explore topics like love, trust, intuition, courage, fear, the ego, meditation, creativity, freedom, doing and non-doing, death, the relationship between the spiritual teacher and the student, silence, enlightenment, life and existence.
The Mystery School is the science of meditation: how to observe the mind and its processes min a relaxed, non-judgmental way and the find the perception and clarity of self-realization. Meditation is a way of settling in oneself, at the innermost core your being. Once you have found the center of your existence, you will have found both your roots and wings. The roots are in your inner being and existence and the wings are in the fragrance that is released in contact with existence.
The fragrance consists of love, freedom, compassion, authenticity, sincerity, humor and a tremendous feeling of blissfulness. The roots make you an individual, and the wings give the freedom to love, to be creative, to share unconditionally the joy that you have found.
The mystery school is supported by silent satsang, which is a direct insight and realization of being.
THE THREE INITIATIONS: STUDENT, DISCIPLE AND DEVOTEE
 
– The Three steps to Truth
What are the three stages that a seeker of truth moves through? What are the student, the disciple and the devotee? There are three stages that a seeker of truth moves through: 1. student, 2. disciple and 3. devotee.
1. The student
What is the student? The inquiry of the student is mental and intellectual. He or she wants to gather information and a little knowledge about what truth is about. His or her inquiring is only superficial.
The student wants information. The student has a lot of questions, but he or she has not the commitment to hear the answers.
The student is not aware that he is only a student. The student thinks that he or she is a disciple, a seeker of truth, but his function is absolutely unconscious.
The student comes almost accidentally. Perhaps he or she has read a book, an ad, or perhaps a friend talked to him or her and the student became curious, but curiosity cannot make you committed and devoted for a long journey to truth.
The student is unripe; he or she runs here and there in a search for information and knowledge.
The student has no real thirst. The student has no real commitment to meditation.
The student’s inquiring and questions are not a question of life and death.
The student goes from one teacher to another teacher collecting words, theories, systems and philosophies.
2. The disciple
What is the disciple? The second category is the disciple. The disciple’s inquiry is of the heart, not of the head.
The disciple really wants to know the truth, not just theories and knowledge about truth. The disciple wants to experience truth.
The disciple is not satisfied with mere information and knowledge, the disciple wants an authentic experience, the disciple wants truth. Hence the disciple moves on a different plane than the student.
The student collects information, the disciple asks for personal transformation.
The student gets in tune with the spiritual teacher, and begins to hear that which is not said. He or she begins to hear beyond the words.
The disciple begins to develop a trust.
He or she does not want more information; he or she wants a method. He or she wants meditation.
The disciple begins to find his aloneness, to be with himself or herself in meditation.
3. The Devotee
What is the devotee? The third category consists of the devotee. The inquiry of the devotee is of the being.
The devotee is one for whom the transformation has happened, who have come to experience and who have found a glimpse of truth.
The disciple is still seeking, the devotee has arrived.
Only a disciple can become a devotee.
The student cannot become a devotee, first he has to become a disciple.
Aloneness is the peak of discipleship and the bridge to devotion.
Devotion is a way of merging and melting into existence. It is an intimate relationship between the individual and existence.
The devotee’s heart responds to the fragrance of the flowers, to the song of the birds and to the silence of the night.
Devotion is the death of the personality, of the ego.
Devotion is no-self, silence and emptiness.
Devotion is the highest form of love.
Devotion is to find the immortal, the deathless within.
The devotee finally merges and melts into existence.
And the only thing that can really make you a disciple and ultimately a devotee is meditation.
One has to learn how to be silent, calm and quiet.
And when meditation is complete, you are transformed into a devotee. Then the whole world is divine.
For a devotee all is God, except for God, nothing exists.
The third gap – from the student to the disciple – is the largest gap.
When you are a disciple, then it is not difficult to be a devotee.
The first change from disciple is radical, the second change is gradual. It comes on its own accord.
The disciple one day naturally becomes a devotee.
Life is fulfilled when you become a devotee. When the trees and the mountains all represent one reality, one God.
Then you have come home.
– Swami Dhyan Giten
WE GIVE YOU A GIFT
To celebrate the inauguration of The Mystery School, we give you a gift in the form of Giten’s book “The Language of Silence” as a free Ebook, which can be downloaded on the award-winning American booksite Obooko.
The Language of Silence: From Darkness to Light
by Swami Dhyan Giten
 
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“I was 9 years old when I had my first spiritual awakening, my first glimpse of wholeness with Existence, my first taste of the language of silence, says spiritual teacher and best-selling author Swami Dhyan Giten in this book. This created a deep thirst and longing in his heart and being to return to this natural and effortless experience of being one with the Whole.
I have always had the capacity to go within myself and to discover the silence within, the inner meditative quality, the inner source of love and truth, the inner language of silence”, Giten explains in this book. “Now I also notice that this silence is going deeper, and that I go beyond the ego and disappear into the silence. “
This book consists of a collection of quotes from Swami Dhyan Giten on silence. It also explains how silence is the flower and love and wholeness are the fragrance.
Swami Dhyan Giten has dedicated his life to teach the art of awareness and meditation. He conducts individual consultations, seminars and courses internationally. His quotes, articles and books has touched the hearts of thousands and are appearing with increasing frequency in magazines, blogs and websites.
“As I started studying for Giten, a new dimension of awareness has developed step by step, which has transformed my whole life. Thank you so much Giten for your wonderful being and support in life.”
– From the foreword by Deva Emanuel, musician and student of Giten since 6 years.
“Swami Dhyan Giten’s The Language of Silence — From Darkness to Light reminds me of those moments when we drift back from sleep to wakefulness and the precious insights that quite often occur in those instants of ”awakening.”
 
It is my own experience that all spiritual paths have a common thread which most simply stated is: unconditional self acceptance. It is this process or journey toward self acceptance that leads to our connection with our individual aloneness and silence about which Giten so beautifully often comments. Here Giten tells us we find our true heart, that love that becomes our healer and a healing presence that projects beyond ourselves and heals and nourishes the lives of all others with who we have contact, be they friends, strangers or even our pets.
 
Giten’s The Language of Silence is a beautifully expressed and highly intimate picture of his own spiritual history. While reading this book which is formatted in short segments and insightful phrases and a true delight to read and sure to later re-visit, I had the sense of listening to his open heart as it gave words to his personal silence.
 
 
Giten offers us a quite intimate connection with his inner being and thus a glimpse of the beauty within ourselves.”
– Eric Rolf, international lecturer, author of Soul Medicine and former consultant to John Lennon
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