Leaving the Body Behind

The most recent talk from Sadasivanathaswami is now available on YouTube, edited by Divyesh Pillay.

8 Responses to “Leaving the Body Behind”

  1. Amma Anne Deer says:

    Thank you, Paramacharya, and, for the lovely music, too. Blessings : )

  2. muthu says:


  3. Easan says:

    What a unique collection of stories along with the divine flute’s accompaniment. Our own Tirumular one of the great Transition stories in all spiritual literature too.

    Thank you, Rajan and Shamini for appreciating these old souls who have dedicated their lives to Sivathondu and Guruthondu.

  4. Thillaiampalam Sivayogapathy says:


    Vanakkam to the “THIRUVADI” of Our GURU PARAMPARA!

    Paramacharya Sadasivanatha Swami ‘s Holy talk is very self explanatory!

    Wonderful Swami!

    Our Paramaguru Siva Yogaswami of Jaffna, Sri Lanka too,

    explained this concept in a Nutshell, that,

    “Aanma(Soul) is permanent.! On the otherhand, the Soul arrives at the


    leaves behind the Body (Just a Mortal only!)

    The Soul’s journey (Continuation ,if any), depends on the “Good Kama”

    & “Bad Karma”, which takes place in the Worldly Life!

    Even Spiritually matured & Purified Swamijis & Gnanis are not

    exempted from the experience , due to “Good Karma” & “Bad Karma ” respectively.!

    They too, have to face it / experience it , Good & Bad respectively!”

    Therefore, Swami said that, “DO SIVATHONDU, WITH PURE HEART” in your Life!

    My above Humble Submission is what, Our Parama Guru Siva Yogaswami

    told his Devotees, in the last stages of his Life!, which I myself heard in person

    at Swami’s Aashramam, at Columbuthurai! Aum Siva, Siva.!

    …………Siva Yogaswami.

    Mikka Nanri! (Thanks),

    Anpudan (With Love),


    Thillaiampalam Sivayogapathy,


  5. Shiv says:

    Thank you for sharing . Om namah shivay

  6. Ramai Santhirapala says:

    So eloquently spoken the Truths that are rarely discussed in such an open forum. Mahalo for paving this path of courage, courage, courage removing the taboo so often associated with talking about the great transition. Such a beautiful setting too, and bountiful creative touches – mikka mahalos to the Pillay family and the great musicians who build a further dimensions to this poignant evening. Mahalo for sharing.

  7. Panshula Ganeshan says:

    I love this talk. Nandri.

  8. Namrata Ragade says:

    Thank You Paramacharya, for sharing this important knowledge of the ” Great Departure” thru theses wonderful stories!

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