Thursday, April 24, 2008

Kriya Yoga

Karma Yoga — actions of the soul which means both outer actions in the world and, more importantly, inner actions of the mind and detachment from the fruits of these actions Jnana Yoga — intellect discipline which leads to wisdom gained from the experience of spiritual knowledge that gives freedom and inner detachment from the fruits of actions Bhakti Yoga — unconditional love, awakened by gratitude and joy experienced from oneness with all creation and cosmic consciousnessKriya Yoga is non-sectarian. Its simplified techniques cause no hardships or austerities and were developed for aspiring householders as well as for monks. From Karma Yoga, Kriya Yoga teaches any action, ‘kri’, is done by ‘ya’, the indwelling soul; work is worshop. Constant awareness of the power of the indwelling soul inhaling leads to mind control and liberation.The Kriya technique highlights the relationship between breath and mind. Breath influences mind and vice-versa. Their mutual relationship has revealed the mystery of how to control the mind. Breath control is self-control. Breath mastery is self mastery. Breathlessness stage is deathlessness stage that brings the state of samadhi, the realization of the Absolute. During initiation, the aspirant’s body fields are purified and the triple Divine qualities of sound, light, and vibration are experienced. As meditation deepens, the aspirant goes beyond body sense and beyond mind; true meditation begins, and the ego-sense that ‘I am the doer’ is replaced by the experience of the indwelling soul as sole doer. Life’s goal — variously known as liberation, enlightenment or Self-realization — grows closer.Kriya Yoga is a golden opportunity to reach higher states of consciousness and change your life, gaining all-round development of body, mind, and soul. It is a quick and easy path. Kriya Yoga techniques are passed down from guru to disciple, master to aspirant, teacher to student. There is no written record of when the ancient tradition of Kriya Yoga began. It is a spiritual technique which has been practiced by saints, seers, and sages from time immemorial. The rishis (seers) of the Upanishads, Shri Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita, Maharshi Patanjali in his Yoga Sutras, and many other masters of yoga, practiced and taught this scientific method through the ages. Kriya Yoga is not a religion; it is a powerful tool to be used by those of all religions in order to hasten their own spiritual development. Adi Shankara in the Viveka Chudamani wrote three things are very rare in the world: to get a human birth, to have desire for liberation, and to get the company of a great soul and realized master.In modern times, an elusive and mysterious master, Mahavatar Babaji, in 1861 brought the Kriya technique to the general public through his able disciple, Shri Shyamacharan Lahiri, a pious householder. Lahiri Mahasaya, as he was popularly known, had many realized disciples. Foremost among them were Swami Shriyukteshwar, who was well versed in the scriptures of both the East and West and attained the highest stage of realization, and Shrimat Bhupendranath Sanyal Mahasaya, a householder yogi most noted for his metaphorical interpretation of the Bhagavad Gita in the light of Kriya Yoga. Among the many disciples of Shriyukteshwar were Paramahamsa Yogananda, author of “Autobiography of a Yogi”, and Swami Satyananda Giri, who until 1971 was the president of Karar Ashram founded by Shriyukteshwar in 1903. Paramahamsa Hariharananda, who became the head of the Kriya Yoga Institute USA as well as the international organizations, was also a direct disciple of Swami Shriyukteshwar. Both Paramahamsa Yogananda and Paramahamsa Hariharananda were not only Self-realized, but became instrumental in spreading the teachings of Kriya Yoga around the world. Until the time of his mortal transition into spirit, December 3, 2002, at the age of 95 (1907-2002), Paramahamsa Hariharananda — lovingly called ‘Baba’ by his thousands of disciples and students around the world — oversaw each one’s spiritual development. His divine love and compassion remain unparalleled and so shall it remain.
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Kriya Yoga is a simple, scientific and effective technique based on breathing and control of the life-force whereby the evolutionary process is quickened. The practise of kriya enables the aspirant to direct his life-force to unite with and awaken the subtle spiritual centres of his being thereby bringing about the required transformation of his consciousness to experience the ultimate stage of self-realization. As compared to the other methods of self-realization, Kriya Yoga is the ‘Aeroplane’ path enabling the practitioner to achieve in one single life time, the result of thousands of years of natural evolution but without a trace of strain in mind or in body. On the contrary, the practise of Kriya calms down the nerves and helps in attaining a balanced state of mind that is the sine qua non for experiencing the stage of super consciousness. Even the beginner can experience the soothing effects of Kriya practice and also be blessed with the wonderful experience of the triple divine qualities – sound, light and vibration that is the tangible expression of the indwelling Spirit.Believed to be of divine origin, Kriya Yoga as a technique of self-realization is referred to in the Bhagwad Geeta as being the path in which the ancient seers were adepts. However, by passage of time, the technique was lost in obscurity. In the 19th century, the deathless master, Mahavatar Babaji, apparently following a divine fiat, received the long lost science and presented it as a means of self-realization for the hard pressed and over burdened modern man. Choosing his dear disciple, Gangadhar, reborn as Shyamacharan Lahiri as the medium for dissemination of Kriya, Mahavatar Babaji gave to the modern house-holder a direct path to the kingdom of Almighty. Shyamacharan Lahiri was the first formal teacher of this ancient science in the modern age. By the practice of Kriya, he attained to the highest evolutionary state thereby proving to the world the efficacy of Kriya as a technique of self-realization.The original technique was remodeled by Lahiri Mahasaya into a graded discipline so as to enable the modern man to easily assimilate and master the technique, step by step. The teachings have been handed down till date through the Master Disciple lineage. There were several disciples of Lahiri Mahasaya of whom only a few had been specifically authorized by him to initiate others. One of such advanced disciples was Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri, who was his chief monastic disciple. The originality of the teaching is sought to be protected by the rule that only an authorized teacher can impart initiation. It is by such process alone that the original technique of Mahavatar Babaji is available even today through the lineage of Sri Yukteswar, Paramhansa Yogananda, Swami Satyananda, Paramhansa Hariharananda .Paramhamsa Hariharananda authorized some of his advanced disciples to initiate people into kriya yoga , Yogacharya Tapan Bose (Swarupananda Brahmachari) is one of them.Visit: : www.kriyayogain.come-mail : tkb03@rediffmail.come-mail : : +91 98303 11460 (India)
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Monday, April 7, 2008


Kriya Yoga is the most scientific yoga , it gives results in all respects within a very short time.
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Sunday, April 6, 2008

Introduction to Kriya Yoga

All creatures in this earth strive to attain a higher self by taking birth in our Mother Earth. Where as the last goal of being a Human is to attain HIM, be with HIM, forever so that the soul frees itself from the bindings of the life cycle. It's said in the Indian Purana that it takes at least one million healthy years for a human soul to be free from the cycle of birth and death. Where Kriya Yoga by Lahiri Mahasaya, can slash down the number of years to a single lifetime of a human being.

Kriya Yoga: Kriya Yoga is a Science of Body, Mind & Spirit. It contains a few techniques, which are very ancient, secret and scientific. This Yoga gives simultaneous development of our body, mind and soul i.e. spirit. The very moment we start practising Kriya Yoga, we can easily and instantly elevate ourselves physically, mentally, morally, intellectually and spiritually.

To start with and carry on with Kriya Yoga everyone needs a proper guide and Guru, where I can help you. You may reach me at the below contact:

Yogacharya Tapan Bose
(Brahmachari Swarupananda)
“Na Hanyate”
Flat No.A-1, 2nd Floor,
3/3, M.B.Road,
P.O.Belgharia, Kolkata 700056
West Bengal, India
Phone: (Res) (033) 2541- 6377 (Mob) 9830311460

My Linage of Gurus..

Mahavatara Babaji Maharaj
Yogiraj Shyamacharan Lahiri Mahasaya
Swami Sri SriYukteswar Giri
Paramhamsa Yogananda
Paramhamsa Hariharananda
Swarupananda Brahmachari (Yogacharya Tapan Bose)