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A message from the founder:

I don't consider myself a guru, dear one. Throughout this site, I offer kernels of wisdom from Masters who have made it their complete life's work to take others on the path to God-Realization and complete fulfillment. Throughout this site, I humbly and freely offer a collection of well-researched and effective resources and tips that can be very useful on the path towards uncovering Self (one's authentic nature), and, a collection of wonderful resources that can be used in many different types of community and personal development projects. Since our authentic natures encompass much more than what we might regard as our own simple, individual, and isolated bodies, it makes much sense that in taking care of ourselves we also have some regard towards caring for others. We very much do not exist, in isolation.

Apart from this site, I serve humankind through social work, I create poetry and visual art inspired by spiritual life and social issues, and I continually strive to nourish and deepen a meditative lifestyle. I appreciate the points at which all authentic paths to Truth lives. I wish for you that by Divine Grace, and personal effort, you become Self-Realized this lifetime.

      All my best,
                  Eppi Sukhu

Eppi Sukhu is a developmental services advocate for a non-profit organization, Director of Blissful Self Inc., an educator, an artist, and a poet.

More: Eppi* became curious about the nature of self, reality, and God in early childhood. Her love of spirituality, spiritual masters or giants, and the great potential of humankind have resulted in the birth of this free and globally accessible research-based website. This gift is for you to explore as you desire.

Eppi Sukhu, MHSc.

*Named after Eppie, in George Eliot's classic novel, Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe. There are various recorded origins of the name, including Scottish, English and Greek. In the novel, the name is referenced as a diminutive of the Hebrew Hephzibah which means, "my delight is in her" as well as "protected one." Hephzibah is mentioned twice in the Old Testament.