About Sumiran

Swami Dharma Sumiran is a Russian mystic and a realised master of the modern Advaita Vedanta whose root Master is Osho.

Born in 1969 in the town of Voronezh, Sumiran studied nuclear physics and graduated from the Voronezh State University, and later got his second degree in psychology. He was practising and training the Chinese Wushu for over 15 years, going deep into the Eastern philosophy and meditation.

At twenty-one, Sumiran underwent his first mystical experiences that have drastically changed his whole life and urged him to embark on the path of seeking the Truth since then.

Between 2000 and 2003, Sumiran spent nearly eighteen months travelling across India and Nepal and meeting with enlightened Masters of various traditions.

On 7th April 2006, that which is called enlightenment in the East happened to Sumiran after 16 years of seeking the Truth.

Since 2007 he has been travelling on pilgrimage across India, Sri-Lanka, Turkey, Israel, Egypt, China and other countries.

Sumiran is an author of several books based on the audio- and video records of his satsangs and discourses with diverse seekers of Truth and Freedom in the Present.

Nowadays Sumiran regularly holds meetings and seminars in cities of Russia, Ukraine, India, Europe and other places (see the schedule):

  • Meetings with Sumiran are held in different formats: as Satsangs, conversations whereby the Master enhances disciples’ Attention and Understanding thus encouraging them to keep up their self-research and quest for Truth.
  • Seminars and retreats including practises of Zazen, satsangs, elements of Chinese Wushu, Qigong, vipassana, Jnana-Yoga, psychological work with event participants.
  • Off-site seminars, pilgrimage across sacred places and terrains of power all over.
  • Individual counselling and one-to-one Wushu and Argentine Tango classes.
  • Online satsang in Zoom.
Sumiran on the nature of meditation
Sumiran on two directions of awareness
Sumiran’s Interview-Satsang in “Practise with Dmitriy Mikhailov”
Essence and Presence (a fragment)
Is practise necessary?
Master-Disciple relationship