One Great Desire

Usually, when someone asks me what I want, I struggle just a little.  The reason is simple, I have few preferences left.  There is, however, one great desire that I have and it drives just about everything that I do.  It wakes me up in the middle of the night and sings to me.  It sits next to me in the empty car as I drive.  It is the thread that runs through the malas hanging ’round my neck, that glides over my fingers as I chant.

In yogic terms, I am in trouble.  This is attachment.  This desire will bind me.  If that’s the case, then I welcome the shackles that it carries.

I have written and written, then prayed and meditated and written some more; all to feed the fire of this great desire.  It is almost time to reveal the work.  I have already asked some of you to help me; I will ask more in the days to come.

What is this great desire?  What is it that consumes me?  To share what I have received, to give what I have been given.  Help me.  You are my only hope.  All I need, all that I ask, is that you share your story with me and let me share it with others.

What’s Your Story?

Will you take a few minutes of your day and share your story?  Will you share how Amrit Yoga has helped you?  Will you share a class or workshop or reading these blog posts or studying with me impacted you?  Just a short, little paragraph—3-5 sentences, that’s all.  I’ve already emailed a personal invitation to some of you.  I will send out more invitations over the next few days.  If, after reading this, you don’t want to wait for an invitation, email your story to me at

Thank you so much dear Ones.
Again and Again,
Jai Bhagwan