035. Swami G

Guru Swami-G was born March 24, 1950 and started the search to find  God and Truth at a young age. Her journey began in earnest when at the  age of 18 while within an esoteric order Kundalini was awakened during the  evening prayers blessings.

The ongoing journey took numerous twists and turns through everything  from new age philosophies – scientology –  deep bible study – through a  very eclectic scenic unfolding. Life brought visiting Navaho medicine men  for ceremonial undertakings to being one of the first initiates receiving the  kalichakra buddhist empowerments in the west. The name given within  the buddhist traditions is Karma Sonam Wangmo which means one that  dedicates all their actions to the good of humanity. There has been  an immersion into not only Buddhist but also hindu traditions such  as Bhakti  (ISKON) – Tantra – Naga Shaivite and finally the Reality  of Advaita.

It was a 30 plus year journey from Kundalini Awakening until all imploded  under the Guidance and direction of her Sat Guru in india.  Guru-G was  given the admonition and challenge to go forward as a Guru to aide  humanity.  As a Kundalini Shaktipat Guru it is imperative to understand  the workings of the mind, how to bring balance to kundalini and  how to move one forward from fear and phenomena to Realization and  liberation. There is much more to being a Shaktipat Guru than simply  awakening Kundalini and the way is working one to one so the seekers  may go fully forward to Liberation versus teaching how to manifest and  be even more caught up in the transient.

Guru-G stresses a path that is within the fullness of life i.e.:since you have to  breathe, do it in a way to bring balance.  The path is about walking the way of Simplicity – Honesty – Integrity and Transparency.  Surrendering into the  transmission during Darshan.

Guru-G has two books currently out Kundalini from Hell to Heaven and also  Truth Unbound authors name is listed as Ganga Karmokar.

Swami G’s website

Interview recorded 8/25/2010.

Video and audio below. Audio also available as a Podcast.

Video also available on Facebook in 20-minute segments.

17 thoughts on “035. Swami G

  1. Namaste. Thank you for this interview. Guru Swami G is a rare gem and a blessing to humanity.
    OM♥

  2. Namaste thank you.
    Guru Swami G are an amazing teacher/Guru who gives seva to the Sadhakas and the world everyday, what a greace.
    Thank you, Sanjana

  3. Probably within a few days. An old high school buddy of mine does post production. He has to put titles on and delete an interruption near the beginning where the fan was blowing on the mic.

  4. Namaste… Thank you Rick for this indepth interview into the life of a true realized being… May all benefit from this interview in realizing the true satguru.. OMMMM

  5. Namaste Rick, was wondering whether you could give the embed codes for the interview video with Guru Swami G, as i would like to put a link to the video on her Never Not Here blog?

  6. Another delightful interview. Thank you both once again. Here are the thoughts that resulted which the wind did mingle with catch as they blew.

    The purpose of mind is to realize, and mind is in the heart. What is above, that blowing wind (in that lofty place), may only receive the effervescence of it.

    Do not give that wind the stability of mind. Do not even allow its name to change by just one letter (for it is not mind, but wind). No! The wind is wind and blows only upon itself. The mind is heart and effortlessly gives delight to all.

    The wind is equal to mind in motion but not in peace.

  7. Thanks Mike. Funny that you should see them as confrontational. I feel an affinity with many guests. After interviewing them, I feel like I’ve bonded with them in some way. Swami G has become a friend. Lots of mutual affection and respect between us. Maybe I appear confrontational because I feel close to the person, and therefore become somewhat personal and informal in my approach. I don’t know. I’ll have to think about it.

  8. Dear friends – for a broader perspective, please Google “RickRoss and Swami Guru G,” or click on the “YouTube” icon on the video above in order to read the comments there. Some eye-opening material.

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