Interpretation of "I die daily..."
by Kriyayoga Scientist, Swami Shree Yogi Satyam


I affirm, by the rejoicing in you,
which I have in Christ Jesus our Lord,
I die daily...
(1 Cor. 15:31)

Who was St. Paul?

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Of all the apostles, Paul stands out as the one who was the traveler par excellence. His journeys through the length and breadth of the ancient world are nothing short of remarkable and given the difficulties of traveling in these times, let alone the animosity and danger he faced trying to convert populations to the new faith, it is a credit to the endurance and tenacity of the man that he accomplished as much as he did. Paul, originally Saul, was born in Tarsus in what is now southern Turkey and changed his name after converting Sergius Paulus. He is traditionally represented as a stocky little man, with a bald head and a grey, bushy beard. He studied Jewish law in Jerusalem under the famous rabbi Gamaliel (Acts 22:3). He and his parents were Roman citizens, having special rights and privileges. Roman citizens could not be imprisoned without a trial nor could they be scourged or crucified. His Roman citizenship saved Paul many times during his ministry. He made three great missionary journeys before being arrested in Jerusalem and taken to Rome where he was beheaded in AD 62.
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I die daily is a state of samadhi known as sabhikalpa samadhi...  
- Swami Shree Yogi Satyam



Guruji Swami Shree Yogi Satyam
leading the audience in the practice of 
Kriyayoga Meditation during mela programme

A common person perceives the objects of creation as living and non-living and is only able to observe that each living object undergoes the process of death. Many people have a great fear of death. When a person attains the state of Self-realization, The Cosmos is perceived as an eternal and living object that is one with infinite knowledge and power. In the state of samadhi, a person understands the nature of atoms and molecules and how they converse with one another and congregate to become different objects sky, air, fire, water, earth, plants, animals, human beings, angels and others. This perception is experienced as thrilling, ever-lasting and ever-new joy known as Bliss.

What Is Death?

St. Paul, the ascended and realized masters have repeatedly explained that death is an illusion and does not exist. They have explained that death is the transformation of life from one state to another state. Therefore, realized masters perceive life, after life, while others observe life and death. 

The process of switching off the bodily activities in a controlled manner is referred to as death.  St. Paul and many like him have demonstrated the process of switching off all the activities of the bodily cells and tissues and then switching them back on again into the previous state of activity. 


Head & Spine DIagram
Outward flow of life-current from 
the head & Spine region to all parts

Head & Spine Diagram
Withdrawing the life-current from all parts of the body and storing it in the medulla - The process of I Die Daily


In order to remove the fear of death from the human mind, St. Paul has stated openly to the public that I die daily, thereby also meaning that no one should fear death. This state of death that was attained by St. Paul and other realized masters can be perceived by all who practise Kriyayoga scientifically as the highest, most pious and most important work in life.

It is most essential that we understand and realize that I die daily is a state of samadhi where one withdraws the life-current from all parts of the body and storing it in the medulla oblongata. This state is known as sabhikalpa samadhi. In this state, a person is in contact with the ocean of knowledge known as Omniscient consciousness, the ocean of power known as Omnipotent consciousness and realizes oneself to be Immortal consciousness

I die daily is therefore the science of Immortality - Kriyayoga Meditation.