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.


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Quotes of the day

Intention is a process originated in indefinite Consciousness as an impulse to action. If this impulse is born in pure Consciousness, in Existence, a sense of direction emerges allowing the indefinite energy to start off pursuing this course. It happens when we don’t hand the control over to our mind, emotions, or desires, but to the pure dimension of our Being.

  There are four essential points that determine the quality of a self-research: 1. Intensity and purity of the energy. 2. Subtleness and depth of attention. 3. An inner request and motivation. 4. A conceptual understanding of the Teaching.

Eventually, the criteria for spiritual maturity are not altered states of mind and not siddhis, but deep serenity, freedom, love and, arising from that plane the immanent ethics of one’s words, thoughts and deeds.


2014, 432 pages
Publisher: VES’, Saint Petersburg
The book is based on the audio- and video recordings of Sumiran’s satsangs with various seekers of Truth and Freedom in the Present Moment. A new edition was published by Ves, Saint-Petersburg, July 2010.
The Ocean Flows Into A Drop
2022, 336 pages
Publisher: Variant
The book helps to dissolve delusions about oneself and the world outside, to attain freedom. It has detailed answers to the questions of retreat participants about the nature of reality, meditation practises, everyday life issues like money, relationships, sex. The books will attract those interested in self-research and in search of a harmonious life.
At The Foot Of Arunachala. Satsangs
2014, 284 pages
Publisher: Blagoveshchensk
Ten satsangs given by the Master in December 2013 to his Russian disciples in Tiruvannamalai, South India, at the foot of the sacred Arunachala Mountain and in the town of Mamallapuram by the Indian Ocean, and written in a form of questions and answers.