Spiritual Satisfaction

It has been a long journey, but now I am finally satisfied with my life. My spiritual path started very young—even before birth. My mother was a Tantric priestess. I am the result of an esoteric Tantric ritual, and Mother was practicing Karezza and other techniques while I was in the womb.

So it was natural that I was attracted to spiritual life, especially Tantra. In the beginning, of course, I had a theistic background. I took that as far as I could—which was quite far—before transcending it and taking refuge in the Buddha.

For some time I was a Vedic monk, and then a Buddhist monk. Now I am just myself, and that means being a musician. So there will be music, but it will be a very specific kind of music, the product of my meditation and realization.

I don’t know if my music will mean the same thing to you as it does to me—probably not, but that’s OK. Just hang around with it, and you will absorb something of its essence. It comes from beyond being and non-being, beyond ego and striving for results.

I call it ambient, but that’s just to fit it into a well-known genre. Actually it has no name or classification. It simply is, and doesn’t have to go anywhere.

Sometimes I help my friends with their spiritual lives. So if you have a question, you’re welcome to post it here in the comments, or send it my  YouTube inbox.


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Dev Jacobsen

Musician, author and yogi, developer of Palingenics.

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