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I have had a deep interest in what happens generally and specifically on all aspects of life. I am a conservationist who harmonises and preserves by accommodating-in all truths. I live to Reality, the status quo, but the status quo changes continuously and it is necessary to play ones part into shaping the future. This should be done in the most peaceful manner possible and non-violently but sometimes one can use ones freedom of expression to pour out ones frustrations when one runs into a brick wall of injustices.
I am 65 years of age and came to live in the United Kingdom at the age of 15 from India with a mixture of Hindu and Christian influences on my character. These two influences along with Buddhism, Jainism and Bishnoi paths have been assimilated into my philosophy of Vishista-advaita in which God exists inside the material world and indeed within the Mind for accessing Dharma, the eternal law. That union of dharma and Dharma is the outcome of satya-advaita yoga or the yoga of truth-accommodation.
I have been intensively examined by the United Kingdom State authorities over the past 24 years and have spent very short periods of time of enforced rehabilitation in mental hospital on the diagnosis that I had persistent delusional disorder and paranoid schizophrenia. I also had a questionnaire-based assessment that was indicative of autism. But apart from these intrusions on my liberty that continues to the day in that I am prescribed with anti-psychotic, anti-depressant and mood-stabilising medications by the National Health Service I have not been found to have commited any crimes, misdemeanours, forensic conduct to this day.
I live peacfully in my home with a very small family in the United Kingdom and have no plans to go and live anywhere else. I have no objectives, plans, missions, hopes, anticipations, expectations, wishes or desires and no ego whatsoever. I just like to socialise but do not find many friends and even those I do find do not take me seriously because of the diagnosis of my mental health by the State.
But I feel personally that I have always been in full control of my mental faculties so would welcome an interrogation of the same.
Thank you all
Shantanu Panigrahi: a travel journey