A home built for universal truth, self-discovery, expansion and collective well-being.
A home built for universal truth, self-discovery, expansion and collective well-being.
We believe in the inherent power and autonomy of each individual.
We make conscious choices and take responsibility for our state of being, stepping into a position of inner authority.
We recognize the interconnectedness and worth of all beings, holding a deep reverence for the planet, honoring and protecting the collective.
Guided by universal frameworks, and backed by a genuine, diverse, and resilient community, we co-create a world where Personal and Planetary Sovereignty never die.
Our Highest Mantra (OHM) is a global authority in transformation and collective well-being.
OHM is for all humans.
We discuss concepts and provide frameworks for everyone no matter the race, gender, orientation, creed, socioeconomic status, or political association.
Our proprietary work draws from the universal wisdom found in major spiritual belief systems, scientific knowledge, psychological theories, and various modalities from around the world.
By encompassing the collective wisdom of different cultures, disciplines, and belief systems, members receive a holistic and balanced approach.
We honor the diverse perspectives and beliefs of our global community, fostering unity and respect for the human experience.
Hinduism teaches that individuals must undergo a process of self-discovery and spiritual growth to achieve Moksha, or liberation from the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. This aligns with OHM's emphasis on cycles of self-discovery and transformation.
Buddhism focuses on the idea of personal transformation and spiritual growth through the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path. The Eightfold Path provides a structured approach to self-improvement and enlightenment, which aligns with OHM's emphasis on personal growth. Furthermore, Buddhism teaches the principle of the Middle Way, which encourages balance and moderation in all aspects of life.
Judaism places a strong emphasis on personal growth and self-improvement, as followers are encouraged to study the Torah and engage in acts of loving-kindness (Gemilut Chasadim). Judaism also teaches the importance of Tikkun Olam, or "repairing the world," which highlights the value of reciprocity and giving back to others.
Christianity emphasizes personal transformation through the belief in Jesus Christ and his teachings. This spiritual transformation, or "being born again," is an integral part of the Christian faith, which aligns with OHM's focus on personal growth and transformation.
Islam encourages personal growth and self-improvement through the practice of the Five Pillars, which include faith, prayer, charity, fasting, and pilgrimage. These pillars promote discipline, balance, and spiritual growth, which are in line with OHM's principles.
Sikhism promotes personal growth and spiritual development through the practice of the Three Pillars: Naam Japna (remembering God), Kirat Karni (earning an honest living), and Vand Chakna (sharing with others). These principles support the ideas of reciprocity, balance, and self-improvement, which are at the core of OHM's philosophy.
Taoism is centered around the concept of the Tao, or the natural balance and harmony of the universe. This philosophy emphasizes the importance of balance in all aspects of life and encourages personal growth through self-discovery and introspection. These principles align with OHM's core values, such as the importance of balance and self-discovery.
Confucianism emphasizes personal and moral development through ethical teachings and the cultivation of virtues such as benevolence, righteousness, and integrity. These principles align with OHM's focus on personal growth and ethical values.
Shintoism recognizes the sacredness and interconnectedness of nature and emphasizes living in harmony with the natural world. This ecological perspective aligns with OHM's holistic approach and the importance of interconnectedness.
Native American spirituality holds a deep reverence for nature, ancestral wisdom, and spiritual connection. This respect for the natural world and honoring of ancestors resonates with OHM's principles of interconnectedness and honoring universal wisdom.
African traditional religions embody a rich tapestry of spiritual beliefs and practices that emphasize connection to ancestors, the natural world, and communal harmony. The importance of community, ancestral wisdom, and reverence for nature aligns with OHM's values.
Quantum physics explores the interconnectedness of particles and the observer effect, highlighting the fundamental interconnected nature of the universe. This supports OHM's emphasis on interconnectedness and the holistic view of reality.
Epigenetics studies the influence of environmental factors on gene expression, suggesting that our experiences and choices can impact our genetic expression. This aligns with OHM's focus on personal growth and the power of self-discovery to shape our lives.
Humanistic psychology emphasizes self-actualization, personal growth, and the inherent worth and potential of individuals. This resonates with OHM's focus on self-discovery, personal empowerment, and embracing one's highest potential.
Existentialism explores themes of personal responsibility, freedom, and the search for meaning and authenticity in life. These concepts align with OHM's emphasis on personal growth, self-discovery, and finding meaning and purpose.
Transpersonal psychology investigates the spiritual dimensions of human experience, incorporating concepts of higher consciousness, spiritual growth, and interconnectedness. These ideas align with OHM's focus on holistic well-being and the integration of spiritual aspects into personal growth.
Plato explored concepts such as the pursuit of truth, self-reflection, and the existence of universal forms or ideals. His emphasis on the importance of self-knowledge and the pursuit of wisdom resonates with OHM's focus on self-discovery and embracing universal wisdom.
Aristotle delved into topics such as ethics, virtue, and personal flourishing. His teachings on cultivating virtuous qualities, finding balance, and living a life of purpose align with OHM's emphasis on personal growth, balance, and living in alignment with one's values.
Nietzsche's philosophy explored the affirmation of life, personal power, and the pursuit of individual greatness. His ideas on self-overcoming, embracing personal values, and transcending limitations align with OHM's focus on personal transformation and embracing one's highest potential.
Emerson's transcendentalist philosophy emphasized individuality, self-reliance, and the inherent goodness of nature. His ideas on connecting with one's inner self, trusting one's intuition, and living authentically align with OHM's emphasis on self-discovery and embracing one's unique path.
Kierkegaard delved into existential themes such as personal authenticity, faith, and the search for meaning. His ideas on the importance of personal choice, taking responsibility for one's existence, and embracing uncertainty align with OHM's focus on personal growth, self-discovery, and finding meaning and purpose.
Watts explored Eastern philosophies and their intersection with Western thought. His teachings on the interconnectedness of all things, the illusion of the ego, and the integration of spirituality into everyday life resonate with OHM's emphasis on interconnectedness, self-transcendence, and holistic well-being.
Einstein's theories of relativity revolutionized our understanding of space, time, and energy. His ideas about the interconnectedness of the universe and the unity of all things align with OHM's emphasis on interconnectedness and the holistic view of reality.
Planck's work in quantum theory contributed to our understanding of the fundamental nature of reality. His recognition of the interplay between consciousness and the physical world resonates with OHM's focus on the power of self-awareness and its impact on personal growth.
Bohr's contributions to quantum theory and the concept of complementarity highlight the interdependence of different aspects of reality. His ideas about the interconnectedness of phenomena align with OHM's holistic approach and the recognition of interconnectedness in personal growth.
Sagan, an astrophysicist and science communicator, explored the interconnectedness of the cosmos and our place within it. His ideas on the unity of humanity and the significance of self-reflection align with OHM's focus on interconnectedness and personal growth.
Goodall, a primatologist and conservationist, has emphasized the interconnectedness of all living beings and the importance of environmental stewardship. Her work resonates with OHM's holistic perspective and the recognition of our connection to the natural world.
Rousseau explored themes of natural goodness, individual freedom, and the importance of connecting with nature. His ideas align with OHM's emphasis on the interconnectedness of humanity and our inherent potential for growth.
Kant's moral philosophy emphasized the importance of rationality, autonomy, and treating others as ends in themselves. His ideas on moral responsibility and respect for others align with OHM's focus on personal growth and fostering meaningful connections.
James, a philosopher and psychologist, explored topics such as consciousness, free will, and the importance of personal experience. His ideas on the power of self-reflection and the role of personal growth in creating a meaningful life resonate with OHM's approach.
Hesse's writings, such as "Siddhartha" and "Steppenwolf," delved into themes of self-discovery, personal growth, and the search for meaning. His exploration of spiritual journeys and the transformation of consciousness aligns with OHM's focus on personal growth and self-realization.
Jung's work in analytical psychology emphasized the importance of individuation, or the process of integrating the conscious and unconscious aspects of the self. His concepts of archetypes, the collective unconscious, and the transformative power of self-discovery resonate with OHM's emphasis on personal growth and the exploration of deeper aspects of the psyche.
Capra, a physicist and systems thinker, explored the interconnectedness of science, spirituality, and ecology. His writings, such as "The Tao of Physics" and "The Web of Life," highlight the unity of all things and the importance of embracing holistic perspectives. These ideas align with OHM's emphasis on interconnectedness and the integration of diverse knowledge systems.
Laszlo, a systems theorist and philosopher, has contributed to the understanding of interconnectedness and the concept of the Akashic Field, which suggests a universal field of information and consciousness. His work supports OHM's emphasis on interconnectedness, consciousness, and the holistic view of reality.
Sheldrake, a biologist and author, explores the interconnectedness of living systems and the concept of morphic resonance, suggesting that patterns of behavior and form can be influenced by collective memory. His ideas align with OHM's emphasis on interconnectedness and the potential for personal and collective transformation.
Grof, a psychiatrist and pioneer in transpersonal psychology, developed the field of holotropic breathwork and explored non-ordinary states of consciousness. His work highlights the transformative potential of accessing deeper layers of the psyche and the integration of spiritual experiences. These concepts resonate with OHM's focus on personal growth, self-discovery, and the exploration of expanded states of consciousness.
Wilber, a philosopher and integral theorist, has integrated various spiritual, psychological, and philosophical perspectives into a comprehensive framework for personal and collective growth. His ideas on levels of consciousness, the integration of diverse knowledge systems, and the development of higher states of awareness align with OHM's holistic approach and emphasis on personal evolution.
The Phoenix ('fé-niks) embodies the balance between opposing forces and the interconnectedness of all beings.
Death and rebirth experiences can be lonely and isolating. They can turn your world upside down and leave you feeling lost and uncertain. OHM provides a space where members can connect with others who understand what they are going through.
Our global members are deep, vulnerable, and divinely human. OHM is a home for those who are going through a big transformation worldwide. It is a place where they can heal, grow, and transform into their highest selves, their Phoenix selves.
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An open exchange of knowledge & experiences while forming connections and feeling a sense of home via our growing community.
Transformational in-person and virtual retreats, workshops, and social gatherings.
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Mantras, thought-provoking literature, educational insights and self-discovery prompts.
An opportunity to undergo a Conscious Death and Rebirth through the proprietary Path of The Phoenix© immersion facilitated by OHM.
OHM’s highest tier membership is by invitation only to those who have walked the proprietary Path of The Phoenix©.
This is a one-of-one opportunity for the most devoted students of life who desire to experience the highest level of expansion, love, community, health, and celebration.
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The Path of The Phoenix© is a powerful, step-by-step framework that shows individuals how to become their own source of wisdom by undergoing a Conscious Death and Rebirth.
By deconstructing limiting perspectives through the proprietary Path of The Phoenix© members undergo a Conscious Death and Rebirth which invites oneness, interconnectedness, and a deep sense of honor.
It is a catalyst towards Sovereignty, a formula to deconstruct any hardwired pattern or habitual cycle an individual holds.
Designed as a guided journey, the framework presents a structured pathway, offering clear milestones and guidance for individuals as they navigate their personal transformation.
For those prepared to engage deeply with themselves, willing to shed old patterns and open to embracing a newly defined path of self-guided wisdom and interconnectedness. It is for those ready to take a leap towards personal transformation and collective well-being.
It is essential to note that The Path of The Phoenix© is not a course; it doesn’t propose to "teach" transformation. Instead, we offer a well-designed framework and the necessary guidance to support individuals in their unique, self-directed journeys of transformation, fostering outcomes of rejuvenation, rediscovery, and rebirth. It is a journey of walking together, a guided yet highly personal and individual experience.
The Path of The Phoenix© is the result of years of research, expertise, and devotion. By maintaining an invitation-only access, we ensure that the integrity and intellectual property of the framework are safeguarded. This allows us to preserve the nature of the methodology and maintain its authenticity.
The Path of The Phoenix© is about building a community of individuals who are devoted to their personal expansion path. By doing this we create an engaged community where members can connect and support one another in their transformation.
By carefully selecting members we can ensure that the individuals joining our program are genuinely invested in their personal expansion path. This enables us to curate a high-quality experience and foster a sense of trust, accountability, and unconditional love within the community.
We are able to provide personalized guidance and attention to each member. By keeping the program sacred, we focus on understanding the unique needs, challenges, and goals of our members, and provide the support and resources necessary for their individual expansion and transformation.
If you are interested in inquiring about The Path of The Phoenix©, we invite you to first join as a member.
Sathi Roy is a human, global leadership coach, speaker, author, entrepreneur, and the CEO of PIROOZ. With a deep understanding of the human mind, Sathi founded Our Highest Mantra (OHM) to empower individuals through her proprietary Path of The Phoenix© methodology aimed at facilitating personal expansion for individuals globally.
Combining ancient wisdom, psychology, spirituality, philosophy and neuroscience, Sathi has guided over +500 individuals globally through Personal Sovereignty.
Sathi is a first-generation Bengali American, influenced significantly by her family’s background. Her father, holding dual PhDs in Biophysics and Nuclear Physics, fostered in her an instinctual interest in knowledge and the intrinsic complexities of the universe.
Her mother played a pivotal role in supporting the family’s aspirations, making considerable sacrifices to ensure the family’s success in the United States. This support system ingrained in Sathi a strong sense of determination and the value of hard work.
A substantial influence in her life has been her older sister, who imparted to her essential principles of compassion, humility, and love. Sathi’s spiritual practices began early on, driven by the catalysts from her sister’s experiences. Details of her sister’s journey are anticipated to be shared publicly in the future.
Through her initiatives with OHM and her leadership role at PIROOZ, Sathi extends an invitation to step into personal Sovereignty, encouraging individuals to reclaim autonomy while nurturing a deep respect for Earth's natural systems, championing the well-being of all living beings.
Sathi believes in the inherent power and autonomy of each individual, and that with the right environment around you, you can take responsibility for your state of being and stepping into your inner authority.
OHM’s mission is to be that right environment.