Emahó – his teachings and the Invocations

What is extraordinary about Emahó is that one cannot categorize him. Emahó does not represent any philosophy or religion. In his teachings, one does not find any belief system.

He says:

“Know what you know and know that very well,
and know what you don’t know
and know that very well.”


There is a purity in Emahó’s words uncoloured by beliefs, ideas, or society’s conditioning. He educates like a good parent does, his objective being to convey an understanding. From his point of view, this ‘understanding’ enables steadiness while mind constructions such as ‘hope’ and ‘love’ come and go.

Emahó explains the predicament of a biological creature on this planet, constantly contending with the phenomena of gravity, growth and decay, cause and effect, paradoxes, and the conditioning inherent in the nanoseconds of situations. He emphasizes on two emblematic doors – ‘conception’ and ‘death.’ In doing so, he prefers simple words unstained by images or emotions.

When questioned, Emahó assesses the state of mind of an individual posing the question. He advises ‘not to nail answers to the wall but let them expand and grow with time and reflection.’ Furthermore, one does not observe any fixed notions around Emahó. Rather, you sense a constant movement and change, as a reflection of the movement in life itself.

Emahó does not offer techniques, steps to follow, promises or rewards. He does not replace old patterns with new or old philosophies with new ones. This challenges our assumptions, dreams and expectations – the stuff of our conditioning. It takes honesty and courage to cut through the complacency of our everyday lives, yet it is worth the effort.

Emahó imparts unique offerings rarely heard of in this world. His invocations culminate in an incomparable coming together of the elements, space, sound, movements, and the frequencies of a twilight.

Emahó teachings enable an alternate space and time in one’s crowded mind. Most of us operate from hurt and disappointment, although we might not know it. For accessing the ability to see through Life’s Eyes,’ Emahó says –
‘Seek simply because you have realised the goodness of life, not because you are desperate, lonely or hungry, the point at which most of us start searching.