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Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (14)

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (14)

Question: I have always been a disciple of a Kriya master who is no longer in his body, but I still feel that my loyalty lies with him. Can I have another Guru? Am I being disloyal to my Kriya master in practising Kriya under the guidance of a new-found mentor? Answer: If you are…

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Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (12)

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (12)

Question: What is the difference between your Kriya and that of other Kriya organisations? Answer: Certain Kriya yoga organisations are not paying respect to Bare Baba (Lahiri Mahasaya) properly. And for original Kriya Yoga, there must be a living Guru. This is a principle. There is no compromise regarding this fact. My work is not…

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Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (11)

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (11)

Question: How do I decide who is my master? Answer: Leave it up to Bare Baba (Lahiri Mahasaya) because this is not in your hand. These doubts and this line of thinking is because of unstable mind – and it plays tricks. If I have given a person Kriya Yoga initiation, their duty besides practice…

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Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (8)

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (8)

Question: My previous Kriya master taught me that certain parts of the original Kriya technique are not necessary or especially secret and will come automatically in the higher stages of practice. Is this true? Answer: There are gurus of Kriya Yoga who say that Khechari Mudra is useless, or that Nabhi Kriya or Yoni Mudra…

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Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (6)

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (6)

Question: When you have initiated Kriya to someone who had a Guru previously, are you their Guru from then on? Answer: Yes. The Masters’ Blessing and Guidance I was a follower of (my previous Kriya master) and a member of a Kriya organisation for twenty years and I still consider myself as a devotee of…

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Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (4)

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (4)

Question: What was your Guruji, Sri Satya Charan Lahiri’s opinion of Kriya organisations? Answer: I am in possession of one letter written by my Guruj’s father, Chote Thakur (Tinkari Lahiri), to his disciple Mahesh Bhat. In this letter, he tells his disciple to always separate himself from a group of ten disciples who had started…

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Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (2)

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (2)

Question: I have heard that the many different kinds of Kriya are all variations on the same theme. Is this true? Answer: When the first books on Kriya Yoga reached the bookshops in the West, people had never heard about Kriya. They had never practised it before. So they learned a technique that they were…

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There Is No God!

There Is No God!

A man bought his friend several goldfish in a glass bowl as a gift. The man accepted and took care of them, but after a while he felt that the bowl was too small for all the fish. He took the bowl and threw it together with the fish into a lake, and was happy…

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The Pundit (Part One)

The Pundit (Part One)

There once lived a pundit in a village, and he was proud of his religious knowledge. He would preach to the people passing by in the street, and they would usually stop and listen. One evening, however, everyone seemed to be in a rush and no one had time to hear his discourse on God…

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