• Sri Kalki Peedum Society

    Sri Kalki Peedum Society was first officially formed on 22nd July 1998 in Singapore. We are a non-profit registered society. Our Mission is to guide and foster people in spiritual upgrading by regularly conducting Bhajans, Japas, Meditation, Bhagavad-Gita classes.We also do our part for the society by helping the needy through the Food Relief Service program

  • Food Relief Servive

    Food Relief Service (FRS) was officially formed on 27th December 2009 to help people in poverty. Our aim is to gather anyone with a good heart to come under one-roof to serve all. This is going to be an on-going humanity service and as such, we welcome all those who have the passion to help others in need

  • Bakthi Class

    The aim of these class is to promote and cultivate basic divine knowledge in children. They should be taught early at young age to guide them through the spiritual path. The coverage of the classes are on the basic types of prayers, the different mantras for the different deities and meanings for the different types of prayers/mantras/procedures. Read more to find out more details on registration.

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    Watch our videos under the gallery tab and witness the activities such as Guru Sri Kalki's birthdays, prayers, bhajans and videos of general interest that we conduct at our humble peedum. Check out our NEW Section on Guru's song album!

Realisation: Self Realisation

Sri Kalki Peedum Society / ஸ்ரீ கல்கி பீடும் சங்கம்

Self-realization is understanding oneself. Body, mind and soul are the vital parts in self-realization. They are linked to each other all the time till one reaches the stage of realizing that the soul (athma) is imperishable while the body is discarded after death.

Birth is recurring till one learns to pave the ways towards the path of enlightenment. This is achieved by focusing the mind towards one goal, God. “A person can’t find peace anywhere till he finds peace within him”, as such, why look for God everywhere while He dwells in our hearts. Have you ever had five minutes thinking nothing (blank mind)? It is impossible.

So how could you think the formless form of God? Our ancestors encouraged idol worship to control the restless mind. Arresting it to uphold itself to the focused point. Placing the idol in our hearts and meditating on it with our feelings will control the thoughts from running wild. Love God like you love someone very dear to you.

Talk to Him with your mind, feel Him close and within you. Such practices, one day, will make us realise that the Person whom you are meditating on will respond to your prayers and even guide you.

Bagavad Gita says that the soul never dies, it is not harmed by water, fire, wind, weapons or any others. It dwells in our hearts and witnesses our good and bad deeds. When it enters the body it is called birth, when it leaves the body it is called death. It floats along to another birth, carrying the thoughts of the good, bad deeds and the sense of divinity. The outcome of our actions results in the next birth.

The happiness, sadness, sufferings, sickness, healthy life, wealth, family and children are all part of previous actions. This goes on until one gets frustrated of life and yearns to know the cause of birth. Everyone will reach God, but how soon, depends on an individual.

Our mind is the ultimate source of everything. Even our daily meals are decided by our mind before we start to eat. Salvation only takes place when our mind is prepared for it. Our daily prayers, singing the praises of God, doing charity work, caring for the needy, doing japas (rotating the rosary beads) are a sort of motivation for the mind for spiritual upgrading of the feelings.

Though due to past deeds (previous life) we might be punished in different ways but why worry for something that has already happened. It is always wise to think and prepare for the future (next life). Gold does not shine when it is dug out from earth, it needs a lot of washing, polishing to glitter. Then it is melted into moulds to become ornaments.

Similarly, through pains and sufferings our mind is prepared to face the worst and it makes us perfect (wise) in other ways. The messengers of God had suffered in many ways in guiding mankind and the hope of achieving the missions were finally accomplished.

This period of time in Hinduism is called Kaliyuga, and meditation (soul/self-identification) is the best way to receive the blessings of God. In one of the sacred books, God has mentioned His name as “I am I”.

Meditation analyses it. In previous yugas, yoga (practices to activate the main power points inside our body for spiritual advancement), yagna (offering things through the yagna fire to the angels to invoke their blessings) and archana (showering flowers while chanting various names or singing sacred mantras of the deity) were practised.

These are all a sort of thanks-giving to the Supreme Soul seen in different forms by us. These practices were required for the maintenance of the rotational support. (Nature satisfying the needs of mankind and in return mankind adopting the thanks-giving process.)

Moreover, the first three yugas were meant for maintenance of Dharma (justice for the world to function efficiently). In Kaliyuga, when Dharma subsides to an unrecoverable situation, much destruction takes place in various ways. The only source of purifying oneself and understanding more about the soul, secrets of life and death is meditation. Such fulfillment in spirituality unites our soul with the Supreme Soul (Paramathma) the formless form of God (achieved at the stage called anchana sakra between the two eyebrows).

From the starting of creation, every soul enters a body in various forms and experiences its fate. Like a drama held on stage, once the actor finishes his part of the play, he will go behind the screen. When the time comes, he will take on a new character for another drama. This continues until the actor decides to quit or retire. As such, God has made this world a stage for dramas. The misled soul from the Supreme, enters different bodies till it realizes itself as part of the Supreme. During such process, as we went through the changes of time into civilization, God sent many messengers to lead mankind on the right path.

Sacred books were written by the messengers as God wished. Those who believed and followed the sacred books identified themselves in groups called Religions. All the sacred books were given by the one God at different stages of time and place where they were required most. In the beginning, each book had quite similar sayings but at the later part of the book there will be new contents according to the period of time.

A true devotee of God should not look down (criticize) any of the sacred books as they were given to mankind as the code of conduct. When it rains, the raindrops falling into the drains, rivers, canals or others will finally flow to the sea. Once it becomes seawater, no one can differentiate it as drain water or river water, etc. As long as you are in each body you are identified as belonging to a different religion but for the soul there is no religion. God is above all religions. Only a purified person (soul) who understands this will reach God.

Those days, messengers of God sacrificed their families, friends and happiness to guide others into spirituality. Today many people claim themselves as someone and are living a luxurious life. Spirituality is being used to become famous and wealthy. When a true saint-like person stays at one place, you can feel the divine atmosphere. There won’t be any natural disasters and it will rain and shine promptly. But now even with many so called saint-like people, you could still see droughts, floods and starvation.

Wearing sacred clothes has become a trend for many. Purification of the heart, soul and mind has been misguided in many ways, so as to maintain the followers and popularity. Due to such selfish acts, racial conflicts have arisen. Instead of becoming tolerant (patience), many have become aggressive. Moreover, many are seen fighting for certain rights in holy attires. When a person gets addicted to his desires, knowingly or unknowingly he commits many sins in satisfying himself. When he suffers for his actions, he blames God.