“When the mind breathes stillness,
the God manifests”
Yogi Aikam Aikoham Nath Ji
A Yogi and a realised Master, affectionately known as the ”Yogi in Jeans”
Aikam Aikoham means ‘The One and The Only One‘. The name Aikam Aikoham was fondly given by one of his Masters Barfani Babaji during his intense sadhana in the Himalayan caves of Badrinath ji and Kailash Mani Mahesh ji. Aikam Aikoham Nath ji has spent much time meditating in the jungles of Dalhousie, West Bengal and Devbhumi Rishikesh, where he met many Siddhas and Holy Masters.
There are multiple facets of Aikam Aikoham Nath ji – a research Scientist with a Masters of Science (M.SC) in Entomology, an athlete, a chef, a loving father, an orator, and a singer. A perfect combination of Science and Spirituality who totally lives his life mantr:
Life is to ‘live‘ and not ‘spend‘! Be 100% in the present moment!
After migrating to New Zealand, his call of serving brought him back to the Himalayas. He then moved on from his successful business career to follow the Universal calling to guide fellow human beings who wish to walk the path of truth.
To light as many lamps (Souls) as possible.
To guide each Soul toward Absolute Truth and empower
them to not get distracted by the mundane.
To help realise the Soul to
"Rise From Within".
Aikam Aikoham YouTube Channel
It came as a bit of a surprise when I found myself with only two days’ notice, wanting to attend the Mindfulness to Mindlessness workshop with Aikam Aikoham Nath Ji, a Guru whom I knew nothing about. But I couldn’t ignore the synchronicity of just having finishing and devoured a book by Swami Rami called “Living with the Himalayan Masters” followed by a Himalayan Master visiting my small home town.
Any hesitations I may have had quickly dissolved when Guruji walked in the room and his radiant loving presence filled the space. Over the course of the weekend this recognition and trust only deepened. It was obvious he was authentic and speaking from a place of truth. He spoke with intelligence, passion and humour, his eyes shining with light. It was refreshing to have a Teacher steeped in the ancient traditions yet standing free at the same time.
— DK, New Zealand