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Sri Guru Gita y el Principio (Tatva) Guru

“Om Namah śivāya gurave
Sac-cid-ānanda-mūrtaye
Nisprapañcaya śāntāya
Nirālambāya tejase ”
Sri Guru Gita

El Guru Gita es parte del Skanda Purana, asignado al sabio Vyasa, y es la respuesta dada por el Señor Shiva a la solicitud hecha por Parvati de iniciarla en el Conocimiento Guru-Tattva y también a la pregunta “¿Mediante qué camino puede un alma encarnada Ser Uno con Brahman?”

ShriShyamaCharanLahiriMahasaya

Si esta escritura, Sri Guru Gita, atrajo la atención de Sri Lahiri Mahasaya, entonces debería ser importante para todos los que siguen el camino de Kriya Yoga. Sri Lahiri Mahasaya teje breves comentarios – versículo por versículo – de esta obra que muestra la conexión con el Gurú como la forma más elevada de sadhana (práctica espiritual).Continue reading

The Life Story of Swami Keshwanandaji Maharaj Part 2

Since childhood, Swami Keshavananda was motivated by love for Iswara and it was in meditation where he found Iswara inside. In the great souls, the source of spiritual longing springs from direct experience and rarely from readings, the influence of others, or by external circumstances.

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Kriyā Yoga and Cidākāśa

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Kriyā Yoga is a specific technique of meditation which aims to direct the prāṇa into the central nerve, also known as suṣumnā nāḍi. The ancient lineages of Naths, the Saivism of Kashmir and Siddhar of Tamilnadu were well acquainted with the technique of “Sushumna breath” but it was Sri Lahiri Mahasaya who took over the task of presenting, in an accessible way to all, this technique in its true identity and its essential structures.

Since ancient times, the ṛṣis of India research the relationship between the subtle body and spirituality. Just as in nature the straight lines are extremely rare, in the subtle body almost no prāṇa movement is just right. Of all the thousands of nadis suṣumnā does not arc nor is it rounded, which reveals its unusual and superhuman nature. Continue reading