After David’s awakening in 1997 he began using the exercises and techniques which allowed him to spontaneously abide in deep states of Samadhi, to develop practices that other aspirants could use to attain, and abide in the Enlightened Mind. These include the Ancient Practices of Pujas, The 4 Yogas (Jnana, Raja, Karma & Bhakti), Pranayamas, Mudras, Tantras, Yantras, and Mantras.
He also found that some of the most rare and ancient texts of Hinduism held this ultimate knowledge, these included The Vedanta (Atma Shatakam), Vasistha’s Yoga, The Upadesa Sahashri, and The Ashatavakra Gita. Along with the more popular texts of the Upanishads, Patanjali’s Sutras, and the Bhagavad Gita, David continues to incorporate the flavor and style of the Hindu tradition in all of his work.
During the silent retreats held at The Samadhi Retreat & Meditation Center and weekly Satsang, David regularly uses Hindu practices so participants can enter into a state of consciousness that allows them to remember that they, and everything around them are the Source; Eternal, Infinite, and Always In Unity as the Self.