Ik Saran Dhian
International School of Sacred Living
Ik Saran Dhian
International School of Sacred Living

Universal principles

Yoga precedes all religion, philosophy and formalized spiritual movements.
It is based on
universal principles and serves to realize our personal potential.
We honor these universal principles by recognizing them in various spiritual currents present today, be it Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, the religions of nature, the wisdom of peoples, etc. 
Above all, we honor universal principles in their practical application in Kundalini Yoga classes or Teacher Training courses, but also in events that encompass the concrete life, as a woman or a man, as a couple. We also honor them through our meditative conversation in the Teaching of the Art and Science of Numbers, Karam Kriya.
Read more below.

I wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart for guiding me so well and bringing back to life a part of me that had been asleep for years. Your professionalism, listening and intuitive sensitivity made me feel safe.'

Krishna Ratan Kaur

In the Beginning - The One

Everything is One, I am One.

We can talk about the origin, the starting point of creation. Whether it's my life or the universe, everything has a beginning. And that beginning is always One.

Like a seed.

Now the seed is no longer a seed.

It can be experienced as a feeling of lack: I feel separated from my origin, cut off from a part of myself.

On the other hand, it can also be experienced as my desire, my longing to return to unity, to become, one again, one with the One.

Like a root.

Something inside me drives me to search for my origin and this search begins by admitting that something is wrong.

Whether it's a physical ailment, a mental disorder, a feeling of emptiness in my life. A sadness of which there is no consolation, an absence that nothing in this world will ever fill.

Seeking to reconnect with my origin is not going back to something I lost.

It is to recognize that everything that is, is not only from the One, but is part of the One.

It's recognizing that the bond has never been broken.

All spiritual practice establishes and maintains this connection.

Like a root.

It nourishes the seed and allows it to fulfil itself.

It's all from the One. We are all equal before the One.

The spiritual practice we teach reinforces our perception of belonging to the One. And the continuity of this perception is experienced as a relief: a simple, authentic life.

A joy that is not forced but natural.

Feeling connected with oneself, is a well-being to be consumed without moderation.

But this feeling can only be maintained or grown by being shared.

Feel each other's potential. It's like a bud.

The experience of touching the other person when you wake them up. It's a flower opening.

Mine, because by touching you, I wake up to myself even more deeply.

Yours, because our shared origin reveals itself and makes us realize our unity.

I become truly myself by sharing who I am. An extension of the self-conscious One.

That's what makes me a teacher. A fruit that ripens, a fruit that falls and becomes a seed. Another beginning.




The name Ik Saran Dhian

It's the one.

Saran: it is a place apart from the mundane life, a refuge away/outside my automatic habits, the inner space in which I can, eventually, discover new facets of myself.

Saran is Sanctuary.

The deepest niche or the holiest part of a temple is where the water flows that washes me, feeds me and, potentially, baptizes me.

Saran is the basin that holds this water, the elixir of life.

Dhian: This is Meditation.

Meditation that cleans and sanctifies (makes sacred) the inner and outer space.

Meditation that establishes me in my own heart and reunites me with my origin.

Ik Saran Dhian is a space of Sacred Teachings which is at your service. Available to access, understand and integrate into your life. 






'Wherever we bow, we'll be blessed.'

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