Kriya Yoga: Four Spiritual Masters and a Beginner

Cover Kriya Yoga - Four Spiritual Masters and a BeginnerBackWhen Heidi Wyder was traveling the world and arrived in Varanasi, India, she decided it was the perfect spot to dabble in a bit of yoga. The young novitiate had no inkling that this casual step to get in shape was the launch of a transformative, lifelong spiritual journey. Kriya Yoga: Four Spiritual Masters and a Beginner shares her remarkable immersion in an extremely powerful practice that leads to inner peace and supreme bliss.

Logging her progress with the original Kriya Yoga, Wyder’s fascinating and uplifting account takes spiritual seekers everywhere on a captivating voyage along the ancient and much sought-after yoga path known in India as the “Holy Grail.” The book does this by recounting the extraordinary and miraculous lives of the renowned spiritual master Lahiri Mahasaya, his son Tinkori Lahiri, and his grandson Satya Charan Lahiri, who passed the authority to teach others to his most advanced disciple, “Guruji” Prakash Shankar Vyas.

As she explores questions surrounding prayer, meditation, healing, levitation, and the meaning of life, Wyder presents Guruji’s logical and authoritative answers. Kriya Yoga now enables others to access the authentic and scientific Kriya Yoga, and further their own personal quest towards self-discovery and peace of mind.

Publication Date: 23. October 2014
ISBN/EAN13: 1499588968 / 9781499588965
LCCN: 2014910281
Page Count: 530
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size:  5.5″ x 8.5″
Language: English
Color: Black and White
Related Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit / Mindfulness & Meditation

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Heidi Wyder is a secondary school teacher. She is also a singer-songwriter who recorded two folk-pop albums in the early 1990s. Born in Sussex, England, she was awarded a degree in French and German at the University of Exeter, and subsequently a postgraduate degree as a language teacher from the University of Cambridge.

The author lives in Australia with her husband and two children and practices the Kriya Yoga techniques given to her by her “Guruji,” Prakash Shankar Vyas. She writes devotional music reflecting her experiences in Kriya, as well as Guruji’s words of wisdom on this blog!