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Cyrus was born in England in 1960. He is a spiritual teacher and author of the book “Mud Lotus Mystic” who has travelled extensively, spending prolonged periods of time in India in the 1980s and 1990s.

He was initiated into neo-sannyas by Osho (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh) in 1983. He has celebrated, lived, worked and meditated in communes internationally, trained in bodywork and dance, and participated in the Therapist Training programme at the Osho Humaniversity in Holland with Veeresh Denny Yuson-Sanchez.

In 1997 he came into contact with Anamo (Mikaire), and then spent the next twelve years in Mikaire’s teaching. He has been sharing Satsang since 1999. He has completed the Avatar materials and is a certified Holotropic Breathwork facilitator.

Presently, Cyrus lives, works and teaches in Berlin with his beloved, a growing community of fellow travellers and two exquisite cats. He shares Satsang and offers retreats and Holotropic Breathwork.

Realisers and Inspirers

``The inner voice is not a voice, it is an energy phenomenon. You are gripped in awareness, in silence. And in that silence, whatsoever you do is right; whatsoever is not right you cannot do.``
Source: The Search-Talks on the Ten Bulls of Zen  (Tao Publishing Pvt. Ltd)

Appreciation to Gurudev for sharing Osho and for the photo permission

``The ``I`` which arises will again subside. That is the individual ``I`` or the ``I``-concept. That which does not arise will not subside. It is and will be forever. That is the universal ``I,`` the perfect ``I,`` or realization of the Self.``
Source: Talks with Ramana Maharshi

Inner Directions Publishing

``What is synonymous with the work in consciousness, is the inevitable realisation that the experience of enlightenment and other mystical states are only a play of the ego. To accept the challenge of becoming a loving compassionate being is what essentially constitutes the real inner work.``
I am grateful to the Realisers and Inspirers for being just that and particularly to Osho and Mikaire.

Osho for throwing the big net and to Mikaire for bringing awareness to the humanness in awakening, for totality, persistence, for leading me to the edge and for opening my eyes and heart to Ramana.

In remembrance to all for making it possible for me to stand where I stand which is the only way I know to share what I receive.

Respect to all beings striving for and sharing truth in all adversity encountered.