Yogi Prabhuji!

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Hello Friends,

This website introduces Kriya Yoga as a spiritual practice and as the foundation of spiritual living.

I am Dr. Vikram Aditya Tomar, an Ayurveda doctor and is trying to practice Kriya Yoga and pray for sincerity and steadfastness in practice.

Ayurveda and Natural Wellbeing is my domain of expertise. Kriya Yoga is definitely not my domain right now.

In Sanskrit, there is a word – Anadhikar Chesta – it simply means unauthorized effort. I believe this to be true if I talk about myself and Kriya Yoga.

During the course of past few months, I got introduced with Shri Panchanan  Bhattacharyaji lineage, one of the devout and original, old school of Kriya Yoga Sadhaks and Masters.

Fortunately, one of the lofty soul has agreed to bestow his guidance. He is Yogi Prabhuji…

Who is Yogi Prabhu Ji?

Yogi Prabhu Ji is a mystic, artist and university professor (linguistics / literature). After being initiated into Kriya Yoga by his father, he undertook his long spiritual journey under the guidance and direction of the Wise and Gurus of Sri Panchanan Lineage.

Even though living in the acting world as a householder, Prabhu Ji is a Kriya Babaji being away from the outside world, without wanting publicity for himself or make disciples. He shares this web space for the sole purpose of promoting reflections and meditations on the path of Kriya Yoga.

About Gurudev of Yogi Prabhuji – Shri Maheshwari Prasad Dubeyji

There is a saying in Brazil that is “who tells a tale adds a point”. We can certainly say that every Guru of different lineages have their own personal history, their own content, context and spiritual visions. When a Guru of a traditional lineage transmits knowledge, it is very difficult for him not to add something from his personal experience.

Some consider this a good thing, because, after all, a lineage is made of living beings, not robots automata. But think about it, if each Guru add one point in history, with the passing of time, the disciples can no longer discern the original knowledge of specific lineage.

Shri Maheshwari Prasad Dubeyji

Shri Maheshwari Prasad Dubeyji

Regarding our esteemed master, Sri Maheswari Prasad Dubeyji, who can discern the dividing line between his personal history and the Guru Parampara history? Everything he taught was simply Kriya Yoga, without mixing Kriya with other teachings. Despite being well versed in various Shastras (scriptures), Sri Dubeyji interpreted everything in the light of Kriya Yoga.

The close friendship he had with his Guru – Sri Nitai Charan – is a sign of his complete affinity with the Kriya Yoga path. When a disciple is in complete harmony with his or her Guru, the Guru’s words become their words, thoughts of Guru become their thoughts.

There is a total appropriation of Bhava (states of mind) of the Guru and the disciple becomes the Pratibimba, the very spiritual image of his Guru. When someone looks at Sri Maheswari Prasad Dubeyji, he could easily see Nitay Charan in him.

Sri Dubeyji was very prolific – most of his disciples reached the Paravastha state. And all of them practiced the three Kriyas (Kriya-1, Kriya-2, Kriya-3).

And what was his secret?

The secret was to keep the Guru-disciple relationship on a one-on-one basis, and thus take upon himself the responsibility of sadhana of his disciples, rather than shift responsibility to others, or simply not being aware of what is happening with each of them.

Kriya Yoga Guru Lineage

Kriya Yoga Guru Lineage

Shri Dubeyji strictly followed the guru-parampara tradition set down by Lahiri Mahasaya through Panchanon Bhattacharya and Nitayi Charan, and this tradition prescribes a limited number of disciples by Guru, not mass initiation.

Sri Dubeyji showed that Kriya Yoga was our only refuge to achieve peace, happiness and spiritual joy, and we should always seek refuge in Kriya, every day, in order to not allow the Maya of the material world completely obscured our minds.

Shri Dubeyji strictly followed the guru-parampara tradition set down by Lahiri Mahasaya through Panchanon Bhattacharya and Nitayi Charan, and this tradition prescribes a limited number of disciples by Guru, not mass initiation.

Sri Dubeyji showed that Kriya Yoga was our only refuge to achieve peace, happiness and spiritual joy, and we should always seek refuge in Kriya, every day, in order to not allow the Maya of the material world completely obscured our minds.

When the student understands that Kriya Yoga is its sole refuge, then he never will abandon this practice, and practice every day, at least once a day, he attains the highest perfection of yoga.

Aum Shanti!

 

 

 

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