On meeting Swami
When greeting a spiritually divine soul such as Swami it is customary to place your hands together in the prayer position — “Namaste”.
Please maintain silence or meditate while waiting for Darshan with Swami.
Dress modestly in clean, comfortable clothing, with long trousers or long skirt.
Swami warmly welcomes children. Parents and carers are asked to encourage children to sit quietly.
In general please do not take photos of Swami without his permission.
Please do not touch Swami.
Please switch off mobile phones.
Alcohol & cigarettes
It is requested that you do not drink alcohol, smoke, or take recreational drugs before Darshan.
Photo and videos may be taken during events for publication on Swami’s sites. Please let the organiser know if you do not want to be in these.
Each visitor who comes to see Swami is given adequate time to talk. Visitors can ask questions of a spiritual nature, work or family related questions, or ask for a blessing.
You are welcome to sit in the common area in silence or meditation.
There is no charge for Darshan, but donations for Swami’s humanitarian work are always welcome.