Read between the lines

The books Yoginâm writes are not books for understanding in a rational way.

True meaning will gradually emerge when you read in an introspective way.

Sometimes it is hidden within two words, or you might find yourself entering a state of quiet when reading certain lines.

‘Do not read the lines, but instead read between the lines’

Spiritual Love

by Yoginâm

A poem about the nature of Love.

Meaning and Joy

by Yoginâm

LivingNâm is a very simple and practical framework for transforming daily life into a true and genuine spiritual adventure, which is the endeavour of the Yoga of Nâm.

Art and Ethics

by Yoginâm

An invitation to self-exploration in the deepest sense. When one is able to apply the gained insight to one’s daily lives, it may engender increased peacefulness, tranquillity, trust and a Well-Being that is independent of actual circumstances.

Oh Abbah:
Songs for Lovers​

by Yoginâm

A deeply rich book of inspiration, which was written in a very specific state of mind. It has the ability to open you for levels of your mystical being that cannot be reached through ordinary effort.

Ishmael

by Yoginâm

Written as a novel. This book evokes a strong and often mysterious atmosphere of an other worldliness.

Abbah​

by Yoginâm

It is the sound Yoginâm suggests to refer to the Ultimate. This book is an exploration about this Supreme tool of Remembrance.

Three Songs

by Yoginâm

A contemporary mystical epos that tells the story of the human being facing the ultimate question: ‘Who and what am I’.

101 Mystical Poems

by Yoginâm

It contains a collection of poems that each from a different angle illustrate particular aspects of the way of unfolding realisation.

The Treatise of Wu Tse Wei

by Yoginâm

It relates to the discovery of an ancient manuscript, an evocative text of which the origin is unknown. It is a text about truth, love and the meaning of living that urges reflection.

Fragments of Voice

by Yoginâm

It relates to the discovery of an ancient manuscript, an evocative text of which the origin is unknown. It is a text about truth, love and the meaning of living that urges reflection.

The Eye of Beauty​

by Yoginâm

It describes the transformation process of opening the Eye of Beauty. In this opening you may discover that life in all its variations, with its pleasant face and its terrible face, is expressing oneness.

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