Daniel Seeker

Daniel Seeker

Daniel Seeker is a wandering dervish, creator of Nirvanic and a lifelong student of the past, present and future. He realized that he was made of immaculate and timeless consciousness when meditating in his hermit cave on the island of Gotland. His writings and his online course are mostly a reflection of that realizaton. Daniel has studied history, philosophy, egyptology and western esotericism at Uppsala Universitet. He’s currently writing his B.A. thesis in history which explores how Buddhist and Hindu texts were first properly translated and introduced to the western world in the late 18th and 19th century.
How to Merge the Mind with the Body

How to Merge the Mind with the Body

There’s something peculiar going on with us human beings. Some would call it an evolutionary misstep, others would call it a necessary springboard to higher states of consciousness. What am I talking about? Self-awareness of course. We’re self-aware in ways...

3 Ingenious Ways to Quiet an Overthinking Mind

3 Ingenious Ways to Quiet an Overthinking Mind

Can you silence your overthinking and noisy mind? That voice in your head that's always rambling on and on. You're aware of that voice I'm guessing. A voice that claims to be you but is it really? When it comes to silencing this mental noise, some would say yes that...

How to Live Life With Childlike Wonder as an Adult

How to Live Life With Childlike Wonder as an Adult

Something happens when we grow up. The vast majority of us lose touch with the wonder and mystery that permeates life when we are children. Childhood is a time when the brain and mind is new to this realm of physical reality. Where just about each turn you make is...

How to Enter the Flow State (7 Meditative Tips)

Meditation and flow, some would argue two sides of the same coin. Whether that is true or not is up for grabs but what I've personally experienced is that by being meditatively aware of yourself and your surroundings you prime yourself to become more in tune with the...

Epicurus: 35 Powerful Quotes by the Greek Philosopher

Epicurus (341-270 BCE) was an ancient Greek philosopher and sage who founded the influential Epicurean school of philosophy. A philosophy whose main goal was the attainment of happiness and tranquility of mind, mainly through the absence of pain and fear, through the...

Angels in Different Religions, Cultures and Traditions

When envisioning an angel, the mind often conjures an image of a celestial being draped in flowing white robes, adorned with majestic wings. This iconic portrayal might trace its origins to artistic depictions of ancient Greek deities such as Nike, symbolizing...

Zoroaster Quotes (Excerpts from the Gathas)

Zarathustra, or Zoroaster as the Greeks called him, was the founder and prophet of the religion that is today known as Zoroastrianism. The Zoroastrian belief probably originated sometime between 1600-800 BC in Persia (present-day Iran) and is often referred to as one...

Consciousness is all you have, know and are

Welcome to this guided meditation by Nirvanic! Today, alongside the spiritual master Meebu, we’ll explore a powerful perspective, something which I call the spiritual or non-dual perspective on consciousness. From this view, consciousness is the primary principle of...

Nietzsche’s Will to Power: Explanation & Quotes

Friedrich Nietzsche's legacy is immense. Born i Röcken, Germany in 1844, he is best known for his controversial statement "God is dead!", and for his highly influential works "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" and "Beyond Good and Evil". Having studied theology and philology...

Schopenhauer’s Will to Life: Explanation & Quotes

There is an inherent process in nature that drives complexity forward, a driving force that seems to exist in all organisms, from the minutest of lifeforms such as bacteria to larger mammals like us human beings. This driving force has been noticed by many insightful...

10 Stoic Quotes on Love and Affection

The Stoics, renowned for their emphasis on discipline, wisdom, and unwavering commitment to virtue, are often perceived through the lens of their stoic resilience in the face of adversity. However, there exists a lesser-explored facet of Stoicism that delves into the...

Marcus Aurelius on Time and Change

Everything is subject to change, whether we like it or not. Contemplating the constancy of change, whether from a philosophical perspective or a spiritual, can be a great way of cutting away redundant elements present in your life. This can be in the form of bad...

Liberated

THE SPIRITUAL WAY OF NOT GIVING A F***

A brand new course by Nirvanic!