Hi everyone, my name is Rohintan a.k.a Baba. It’s wonderful to be here in the 25th Advait Learning Camp and it’s such a lovely atmosphere, environment and people around and of course the Acharya Ji.
The journey begins a few months back when I met Acharya Ji for the first time at Mcleodganj, Dharamshala. Just had a short chat with him there. Afterwards, there were a lot of changes that started happening.
When I met him so many things were going on in my life professionally, personally, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually. So many questions popped up. I was always searching something outside all the time; probably, the meanings, definition and what not. Also, I had gone through some of my family issues where the differences with the spouse, the members of our family, were there.
But then something made me hopeful and I felt that something is there for me which was not yet found. Then I spoke to Kundan Ji (Head Organizer: Advait Learning Camps) about this and he advised me to enrol for the learning camp and then I enrolled for the October one, and suddenly I got leave from the office also and everything was quite smooth.
I came here with some questions and expectations but today I realised that everything is answered through something invisible, something which has already existed even before my question were there. The answers were already there. I felt that this realisation has enveloped me right from the first day of the camp.
Each and every moment here at the camp was different and relaxing. Even when we are not doing something, then too, there was no boredom or emptiness of any kind. I was feeling alright. That is the one thing that I am certainly taking out of this camp, especially with the grace of Acharya Ji. He motivated me a lot and the way he sees things, was amazing and that triggered my understanding as well.
I didn’t ask many questions but he gave me the answers actually without saying a single word. So one thing, in a very very profound way I would say is that- if I am standing here that is also fine and if I am standing somewhere else that’s also okay. So wherever you are, whatever you are doing, whatever you think – good, bad, ugly, nasty, anything you name it, and the essential nature is that you should be okay with it.
That is the main things that I am taking from this camp.
And an enormity is there, I don’t know if it is called peace, joy, I think it’s beyond my power to conceive. After coming over here I feel there is some kind of recreation of some sort of Sufiness, a Malang-ness or some oneness in me.
So, that Joy in me is still on, continuously flowing without any moment of a gap.
Rohintan Talati joined 25th Advait Learning Camp, all the way from Gujarat.
He is amazed how this camp has calmed down the tussles of his relationship.
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