I welcome, not only in my home but in my life, those people who either don’t have any expectations or whose expectations I can fulfill. I want people in my life who respect my feelings and care for my happiness as well as their own happiness. I apply a filter at the entrance to my heart, too, so that I can let those in who will make me happy and whom I can make happy.
I have found my purpose and meaning of life simply in bringing happiness to others. This is what makes me happy.
I have never seen myself as a teacher and I don’t do it until now. I always thought of myself as someone who is still learning himself – and not someone who could teach others. I do not see myself in this light and I do not want others to see me like this.
I can’t change my past and I don’t want to. I am who I am and don’t deny any part of that. I keep my personal history open for you to see. Maybe it will show you the way out of a religion, out of a sect, away from a fake guru and from superstition and towards taking your own responsibility.
Swami means master or owner and I believe that I did not give any religion or guru the ownership of myself. I am my own master and owner and in this way I believe there is nothing wrong if I keep the ‘Swami’ in front of my name. And if you are free from any foreign master, I would not object if you did the same.