Sri M answers – (Short Video) – Is detachment in relationships necessary in our spiritual quest?

‘Sri M answers’ series is a collection of short videos from various question-answer sessions and satsangs with Sri M.

Q : Is it necessary to detach ourselves from our relationships to progress in our spiritual quest?

Sri M – “I don’t think it is necessary for the spiritual quest, to get detached from social relationships completely. It is not required. In fact it is only while living in this world in social relationships that you can actually discover, what you are, who you are and where you actually stand….”

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About Sri M
Born in India, Sri M is a spiritual guide, social reformer, educator and writer. He first met his Master at the age of nine under the jackfruit tree, in the compound of his house in Thiruvananthapuram in the Indian coastal state of Kerala.

The full account of his astonishing and amazing experiences are published in his memoir from 2011 titled “Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master – A Yogi’s Autobiography“, which became an instant bestseller. He has written a sequel to his autobiography, titled “Sri M – The journey continues”. He has written two more books – Shunya, his first novel and his latest one being – ‘On Meditation’, a book which answers questions on meditation.

Sri M has traveled the world fulfilling his life’s mission to teach and guide people as instructed by his Master, Maheswarnath Babaji. Over the years, Sri M’s mission as a spiritual guide, social reformer and educator have given rise to many initiatives including:
– high-quality, multi-lingual education, free to rural children
– Satsang Rural School – an unique and innovative approach to education.
– Co-educational, residential school committed to providing in-depth exploration of knowledge.
– Affordable, preventive and curative holistic health care

In 2015, Sri M went on a 16-month journey, Walk of Hope, from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, spanning 5000 miles across 11 states of India, to bring attention to humanity’s need for peace, harmony and tolerance.

Sri M says: “Go to the core. Theories are of no use.” His message seeks to transcend the outer-shell of all religions, by exploring their mystical essence and thus nurture the innate goodness in every human being.To know more about Sri M and his programs, please log on to :


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