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The word nirvanic refers to the state of being in nirvana. Nirvana is the cessation of suffering and psychological unsatisfactoriness.

The goal of Nirvanic is to bring you to state of presence. Moreover to induce a state of mind within you that is characterized by serenity, effortlessness, clarity and last but not least, a subtle but stable joy.

Here you’ll find books, music, videos and exclusive courses that will inspire and guide you to the nirvanic state of mind.


The Nirvanic Blog

The blog of Nirvanic regularly posts articles, quotes and insights regarding different fascinating topics, such as spirituality, mythology, meditation, psychedelics and more.

The Spiritual Way of Being Fearless

Fearless. Not fearless as in careless or reckless, but fearless as in you know who you truly are and that nothing can fundamentally challenge your inner state of being. The fearlessness I speak of is not merely the conviction of your mind, but more so the full...

20 Spiritual Quotes by the Neoplatonists of the Ancient World

Derived from the thoughts of Plato, neoplatonism was a philosophical tradition that took its distinct form in Egypt through the thoughts of the 3rd century Alexandrian philosopher Ammonius Saccas, but reached its climax in the works of his student Plotinus, who was...

What is Spiritual Enlightenment?

No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path. The Buddha (Dhammapada) Many people go around not knowing what to make of the idea of spiritual enlightenment, also known as nirvana, moksha, mystical union and what have you....

The Constancy of Change: Heraclitus

You have probably heard the statement, “Everything flows” or perhaps “You can’t step into the same river twice”. Both are statements attributed to the great philosopher and mystic Heraclitus of Ephesus. If one ploughs through the surviving fragments that we have from...

Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore (Quotes & Excerpts)

Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) was a Bengali philosopher, poet and author. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature 1913 for his seminal work Gitanjali. Born in 1861 to an influential family in Calcutta, he grew up as the youngest of fourteen siblings. The...