Walk in Light

The following messages were received in meditation by Parvati Rosen-Bizberg of Ecovillage Bhrugu Aranya, Jordanow, Poland.

May 17, 2022 Shree Gajanan Maharaj 12:42 a.m.
(Following our gathering, ending with a Vyahruti Homa at precisely the time of Shree Gajanan Maharaj’s birth, I heard these words spoken quietly):

Walk in Light.
Through the darkness.
Walk in Light.

No fear.
No anxiety.
Light. Only Light.

Once the hand is held, you do not walk alone.
We are ever with you all.


May 17, 2022 Shree Vasant
(During the wonderful Rudra Yajnya performed in Parashuram Temple at Ecovillage Bhrugu Aranya in Poland, I received this lovely message from Shree Vasant detailing Fivefold Path.)

For those who follow on FIVEFOLD PATH, the answers become known through your own
effort to walk the path with sincerity and purpose. Every step is guided. Every step is
blessed by Grace. So simple, yet if one follows step-by-step, realization dawns.

One cannot think one’s way to realization.
One cannot read one’s way to inner peace and harmony.
One cannot buy it.
One cannot sell it either.
What is given is given by Grace, as a blueprint for a life lived in peace.

Sincere efforts to practice daily YAJNYA is a natural start to living a life in a conscious
manner. But one must address the concept of sharing one’s assets in a spirit of humility.
Without practice of DAAN, in life, it is easier to fall victim to jealousy, envy, greed and to
become obsessed with the pursuit of wealth. The accumulation of possessions can harden
one’s heart—unless it is given, unless it is shared.

Currency is fluid, as the current of the sea. To give without expectation of reward or
recognition opens the doors to Grace. It is the second step on Fivefold Path. It is to reduce
the hold of material possessions and attachment to worldly goods.

The third step on Fivefold Path is TAPA, self-discipline. This is to train the wayward mind
to learn to establish clear parameters to follow in life. One can affect discipline in the mind
by practicing discipline of physical body. One can gain control over one’s taste buds,
bringing the mind into a more disciplined state of being.

Tapa is an individual effort. For every person there is a Tapa or set of Tapas that will be
most effective for that person’s life. If one begins with reducing attachments to certain
foods, for example sweets, one can begin to gain control over errant thoughts, irrational
fears, and untamed desires in the world. TAPA is the way to discipline the muscle of MIND
and strengthen one’s resolve on Fivefold Path.

KARMA follows as fourth step on Fivefold Path. Every action has a reaction. Thus, sow
seeds of good Karma every day. No matter what your past was in this life, you can create
a new cycle by consciously sowing seeds of love, kindness in words and in actions. Find
ways to SERVE in every blessed day given to you by Grace. Karma opens the doors to

And lastly, there is SWADHYAYA, the fifth step on Fivefold Path.
Who am I? What am I here for?
It is beyond the concept of career or family or goals in the material world—though that can
also be benefitted.
By practice of Swadhyaya, one bravely faces oneself—the Light, the shadows, the joys,
the sorrows, the longings, the grace. One faces oneself with a clear, honest approach. The
answers to the question, “Who am I?” may not be immediate nor may they always make
logical sense to the mind.

Through meditation, one begins to open the doors to clarity, to vision and to the ushering
in of TRUTH.

Walking FIVEFOLD PATH is a lifetime of uncovering the many layers of the human being.

The Joy that can be uncovered is like no other.

Walk in Light.
This is the Path of Light, as revealed by Parama Sadguru Shree Gajanan Maharaj.

All love and blessings be with you all.