Having experienced an Awakening in May 2001 which transformed her life,
Nandini's sole motivation is to help others discover their Eternal Self.
Her spiritual name was given to her by one of India's great spiritual teachers: the late Swami
Veda Bharati (whom she first met in 1953 while still a child) for whose support
and encouragement to teach she is eternally grateful.
Independent of any single spiritual tradition, Nandini has clearly been affected
by her religious upbringing and strong family ties with India. Above all, she
acknowledges the Grace received through the continuing Presence in her life
of the Holy Sage of Arunachala, Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. To meet
Nandini and enter into dialogue with her is to taste the sweetness of
these pure teachings.
Nandini offers regular Satsang at her home in Glastonbury and has also facilitated groups in
other parts of the UK as well as in Tiruvannamalai, India. She is always
happy to meet new groups or individuals who request Satsang. She teaches
from a deep personal experience and has undertaken several prolonged
Silent Retreats under the guidance of Swami Veda. Nandini runs short silent
retreats for those who wish to take this opportunity to deepen the experience of their Inner Life.
Nandini's unique journey is recounted in her spiritual autobiography 'Fire in
My Heart'. Her other writings include short mystical stories and poetry, some
of which has been published in 'The Mountain Path'. As well as being a writer,
Nandini is also an artist who works with Mandalas as a tool for Self Enquiry.
She holds regular Mandala workshops for anyone interested in exploring
Self-awareness through this medium.
Nandini's message is simple: You are already Enlightened. Turn around and
embrace your Divine Self Her clarity, sincerity, and compassion will help all
those seeking a fresh insight into Truth.