Tantra

Tantra has become the most popular yoga in present days both in west and the east because of its association with sexual union also known as "Maithuna" which simply means Union in Tantric culture. Many people have written vast books in the name of Tantric Sex, Yoga for Lovers, Sex Yoga and some even calling it as Divine Sex. According to Tantra tradition, one has to use the Five "M's" as part of the ritual and practice. They are Madya…

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March 2017 Retreats

Some masters take you to the essence directly without much words. These kind of masters are like Munis (sages) of ancient times. These masters doesn’t offer much speeches. Muni is one who practice Mouna (Silent without speech). They would speak only if required. I have met a master of such stature who resembles that of a Muni in present times. His name is Per H. Wibe, a realised master from Norway in Kriya Yoga Tradition. I am listing few of…

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Lahiri Mahasaya Advice

108 Kriya Yoga Advice by Lahiri Mahasaya 1. Kriya is Truth, and the rest is false. 2. Practicing Kriya is the study of the Vedas. Kriya is yagya [performance of Vedic rituals]. All should perform this yagya. 3. All Devatas, gods, practice these Kriyas. One who practices Kriya is a Devata. 4. One should practice Pranayama very seriously and sincerely. 5. Kriya practice opens the Eye of Wisdom. 6. The Knowledge of Brahma, the ultimate Self, is attained by the…

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Babaji Yoga Sutras

Source - Sanskrit Classics   Chapter 1 - The Doctrine - Tattvam Ata Atma Jigyasa. Now, the Self inquiry. Swarupe abasthanam Atmadarsanam. For one to become established in one’s true form [nature] is called self realization. Sarbajna Nityang Purnamadyamanantam Atma. The Omniscient, the permanent, the complete, that without beginning and without end, is the Self. Tasya prakasak Pranab. The beginning of manifestation is the Word, Pranaba, that is Om, Aum or Amen or Amin. Pranaba sabda eba pantha. The path is…

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Jan-Feb 2017 Retreats

Some masters take you to the essence directly without much words. These kind of masters are like Munis (sages) of ancient times. These masters doesn’t offer much speeches. Muni is one who practice Mouna (Silent without speech). They would speak only if required. I have met a master of such stature who resembles that of a Muni in present times. His name is Per H. Wibe, a realised master from Norway in Kriya Yoga Tradition. I am listing few of…

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Gauri Shankar Peetam

Babaji's mission includes helping humanity to gradually realise God, and through the resulting Universal Vision of Love, a transformation of this world into a Divine paradise. Babaji's mission continues to manifest itself through the work of all who turn to him as their source of inspiration, as well as through all who express pure love in thought, word or deed. Where there is love there is Babaji. By learning to communicate with Babaji anyone can bring about a transformation in…

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Who is Mahavatar Babaji

Who is Mahavatar Babaji? Source - babajiskriyayoga.net In 1946, Paramahansa Yogananda, one of modern India's greatest yogis, revealed in his classic "Autobiography of a Yogi," the existence of a Christ-like saint, an immortal yogi, Mahavatar Babaji. Yogananda related how Babaji had for centuries lived in the Himalayas guiding many spiritual teachers at a distance, usually without their even knowing it. Babaji was a great siddha, one who had overcome ordinary human limitations, and who worked silently, behind the scenes for the…

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Keshabananda meets Babaji

Brahmachari Keshabananda meets Babaji   Chapter 42 - Autobiography of a Yogi Swami Keshabananda greeted our party warmly at Brindaban in his Katayani Peeth Ashram, an imposing brick building with massive black pillars, set in a beautiful garden. He ushered us at once into a sitting room adorned with an enlargement of Lahiri Mahasaya's picture. The swami was approaching the age of ninety, but his muscular body radiated strength and health. With long hair and a snow-white beard, eyes twinkling…

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Sri Yukteswar meets Babaji

Sri Yukteswar meets Babaji   CHAPTER: 36 - Autobiography of a Yogi "Master, did you ever meet Babaji?" It was a calm summer night in Serampore; the large stars of the tropics gleamed over our heads as I sat by Sri Yukteswar's side on the second-story balcony of the hermitage. "Yes." Master smiled at my direct question; his eyes lit with reverence. "Three times I have been blessed by the sight of the deathless guru. Our first meeting was in…

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Lahiri Mahasaya meets Babaji

Lahiri Mahasaya meets Babaji   CHAPTER: 34 - Autobiography of a Yogi "Babaji's first meeting with Lahiri Mahasaya is an enthralling story, and one of the few which gives us a detailed glimpse of the deathless guru." These words were Swami Kebalananda's preamble to a wondrous tale. The first time he recounted it I was literally spellbound. On many other occasions I coaxed my gentle Sanskrit tutor to repeat the story, which was later told me in substantially the same…

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