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Samudra Manthan – Churning of the Milk Ocean and Kriya Yoga

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The story of Samudra Manthan – churning of the milk ocean is found in the Bhagavata Purana, the Mahabharata, and Vishnu Purana. It tells of how the Devas and Asuras join together for this churning of the ocean in order to obtain Amrita – the nectar of immortality. It also relates how Vishnu in the form of a turtle (Kurma Avatar) provides his help as well as Shiva coming to the aid of the Devas when they implore his help.Continue reading

The Divine Life of Swami Keshavanandaji Maharaj, Direct Disciple of Lahiri Mahasaya Part 4

“Although uninvited, Sati – the incarnation of Adi Parashakti – was excited and determined to go to the great yajna (fire ceremony) arranged by her father, Daksha Maharaj.  It was an excellent opportunity to review his mother and family. Maharaj Daksha had invited all Devatas, Rishis and great saintly personalities of the universe, except Shiva (the husband of Sati) to whom he harbored deep antipathy.”

The Patriarch of many nations (Prajapati), Daksha Maharaj, represents the old religious beliefs and ideas of the Vedic Age which did not accept the Yoga paths represented by Shiva. Indeed, Daksha felt threatened by the followers of these paths for whom the project of union with the Supreme Brahman was the only true, the only necessary, the one who deserved all the preference.
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¡La Inspiradora Historia de Sri Nitay Baba persistiendo en Kriya Yoga y Experimentando Paravastha!

Reminiscencias de Kriya – Esta es una historia de Kriya Yoga interesante e inspiradora sobre Shri Nitay Baba. Averigua cómo se inspiró y persistió en el Sadhana de Kriya y luego en última instancia, el sabor del prasadam del Kriya Yoga de Lahiri Mahasaya – la experiencia bendita de Paravastha o Tranquilidad!

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Habían pasado 45 minutos, y el maestro aún quedaba inmóvil, en un estado sin aliento. El silencio reinaba en aquella habitación mal amueblada, debido a que esa casa – en el suburbio de Howra, Kolkata – estaba destinada únicamente a Sat-sanghas del maestro con sus discípulos. Poco a poco, la gente hacía sus reverencias y salía de la habitación, mientras que otros discípulos alargaban sus piernas y hacían maha-mudra.

¿Cómo es posible permanecer tanto tiempo sin respirar? Sin las distracciones de los sentidos del cuerpo y sin la resistencia de la mente a mantenerse tranquila, el maestro probablemente residía ahora en el Espíritu puro – el Atman – sin ser consciente de ninguna cosa.Continue reading

La historia de la vida de Swami Keshwanandaji Maharaj Parte 3

Hubo un gran santo llamado Bilvamangala Thakur que escribió muchos versos y canciones llenas de amor a Krishna. Llamaba a Krishna y Krishna aparecería. Sri Thakur caminaba por las calles de Vrindavan rezando su Japa. Nunca nadie conoció las circunstancias de su muerte. Durante 800 años – ¡800 años! – a menudo se veía al viejo ciego Thakur caminando por las orillas del río Yamuna, y también en Mathura. Los lugareños lo llamaban “Viejo Hombre del Río” y verlo era siempre un signo de bendición.

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La Vida Divina de Brahmchari Keshavanandaji Maharaj – Primera parte

Introducción: Esta es una historia maravillosa e inspiradora sobre la vida de Shri Keshavanandaji Maharaj, uno de los discípulos directos de Shri Shri Shyamacharan Lahiri Mahasaya. Shri Keshavanandaji dedicó su vida a la práctica del Kriya Yoga Vidya de Shri Lahiri Mahasaya.

Y él es uno de los pocos vestidos de color ocre o discípulos renunciantes de Sri Lahiri Mahasaya que llevaron la vida del renunciante con las bendiciones y el permiso de Lahiri Baba.

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– Jayo Jayo Devi! –

El sadhu septuagenario  se sorprendió con el hermoso darshan de Devi. Una luz cegadora brilló en Kutastha iluminando la forma hermosa de la diosa montado sobre un majestuoso león dorado. Sonriendo, movió su mano en un gesto de bendición.Continue reading

The Life Story of Swami Keshwanandaji Maharaj Part 3

There was a great saint called Bilvamangala Thakur who wrote many verses and songs full of love for Krishna. He would call on Krishna and Krishna would appear. Sri Thakur walked the streets of Vrindavan praying his Japa. No one ever knew the circumstances of his death. For 800 years – eight hundred years! – the old blind Thakur was often seen walking the banks of the Yamuna River, and also in Mathura. The villagers called him “Old Man River” and to see him was always a sign of blessing.

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The Inspiring Story of Shri Nitay Baba Persisting in Kriya Yoga and Experiencing Paravastha!

Kriya reminiscences – This is an interesting and inspiring Kriya Yoga story about Shri Nitay Baba. Find out how he got inspired and persisted in Kriya Sadhana and then ultimately taste the prasadam of Lahiri Mahasaya Kriya Yoga – the blessed experience of Paravastha or Tranquility!

Panchanon Bhattacharya

It had been 45 minutes, and the master still remained motionless, in a breathless state. Silence reigned in the poorly furnished room, beacuse that house – in the suburb of Howra, Kolkata – was meant only to Sat-sanghas of the master with his disciples. Little by little, people paid their obeisance and left the room, while other disciples lengthened their legs and made maha-mudra.Continue reading