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So far, we’ve refrained from assigning names or forms to the Singular Entity. It’s best to keep that mindset until we know what the Singular Entity means to us. That prevents confusion.

My Truth 

I’ll now share what the Singular Entity means to me. Using Sanatana Dharma’s profound methods, I perceived the Singular Entity as formless, radiance, sound, masculine form, and feminine form. 

From those, my heart connects to the Singular Entity as Formless and wishes to adore it as Feminine. Since I’m not too fond of labels, I just called it Formless Feminine.

Then, I read the scriptures of Sri Vidya Tantra, a subset of the Shakta tradition. Those sages had an identical view as me! They considered the Singular Entity as Formless and honored it as Feminine. Without labeling it, they addressed the Singular Entity as Sri Devi, The Divine Feminine.

I was delighted by that discovery because Sri Devi was the name that appeared intuitively during my second Ashram trip. Taking it as a blessing from the Divine, I began referring to My Truth as Sri Devi, The Divine Formless Feminine!

For ease of Bhakti and Sadhana, the sages personified Sri Devi as the Vedic Gayatri and Tantrik Tripura Sundari, also known as Shodashi. Since Shodashi means the number sixteen, I structured this series into 16 posts. I now offer these 16 posts to my Singular Entity, Sri Devi, who writes through me.


Posts in this Series

The Vision

The Mission

Fixing The Present

Clearing the Past

Transcending the Future

The Finishings


End of Spiritual Journey

So, what does the end of my spiritual journey in Jun 2022 mean? 

In short, I graduated from the Om Swami University of Spirituality. Just kidding! 

Let’s say a person gets on a boat to cross a river. They really don’t need the boat once they reach the other side. Similarly, upon completing our spiritual journey, we don’t need meditation, rituals, SadhanaYagna, etc. That’s because we have become a master of our minds.

Currently, my mind listens to me, I’m mindful for the most part, I experience Samadhi at will, and the Divine arrives at my request. Yet, as Sri Ramakrishna said, the mind is like a vessel that gets dirty after every meal. So, we have to keep washing it. Hence, I have to maintain some daily routine to keep my mind clean.

My Future

I’ve three predominant choices, which Sanatana Dharma describes figuratively:

  • Vishnu’s Way: Work actively in society to help people.
  • Shiva’s Way: Withdraw from the world and focus on teaching arts and spirituality. Help people just in dire situations.
  • Devi’s Way: Neither actively work nor withdraw from the world. Instead, create a balance between both. 

I was pretty flexible, so I left my future to Swami. He guided me to continue my purpose: Decluttering Sanatana Dharma’s scriptures and rewriting them. 

I must retain my meditative state for that. Consequently, Swami has indicated that I remain in extended silence and keep my interactions to the essentials. Meanwhile, some people expressed sadness about my unavailability. Taking everything into consideration, I have decided to adopt Devi’s way: 

I will dedicate all my time to writing. Therefore, I won’t be available to anyone for one-on-one support or any social projects. However, I’ll leave the comments open on my latest post. If you wish to pick my brain on something, please write it in the comments.

Note: Please don’t bother commenting on my posts if I write a lot. Comment if you have questions or anything essential to express.


That ends this series! At this time, I express my heartfelt gratitude to my beloved Swami. He had more confidence in me than I had in myself, and the hope he gave me helped me reach my spiritual destination quicker.

Thank you to my fabulous husband, beautiful mother, lovely father, and sweetheart son. They have tolerated me through my struggles and frustrations that were integral to my spiritual journey.

A huge thanks to you, my readers and well-wishers, for motivating me to complete this series. Your engaging questions, thoughtful observations, and kind comments propelled me to write.

oṃ pūrṇamadaḥ pūrṇamidam
pūrṇāt pūrṇamudacyate
pūrṇasya pūrṇamādāya
oṃ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ

Om Sri Matre Namaha!


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