I am an honest and easygoing man who is engaged in spiritual development and leads a healthy lifestyle. Yoga, religion, philosophy, self-education, travel and healthy entertainment are what I do in my spare time. As a result of the practice of an unconditional love meditation, and awareness, I have an experience of amazing contemplative states of mind and an understanding of the essence of spiritual self-improvement. I am convinced that the path of complete monasticism and celibacy is not for me. Therefore, my spiritual path is based on Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Hatha Yoga and Tantra. The whole destructive nature of our ego is built of our habits. Stop supporting them, calm your mind and they will weaken their grip, and in the length of time, perhaps, they will completely disappear. There are four types of methods to calm the mind: physical (exercises for concentration and visualization, ethics and morality, mindfulness and awareness), philosophical (cultivation of faith and motivation by means of logic) and religious (cultivation of faith and motivation by means of reverence). The emphasis should be placed on one or another method depending on the individual and the situation of life. A proper emphasis on these methods leads to spiritual practice, erroneous to fanaticism, but neglect of them to hedonism.
I have a daughter who is already married