Tag Archives: Persistence

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (17)

Guruji Answers Frequently Asked Questions (17)

Question: I feel confused, upset, and disappointed. I have been practising a changed method of Kriya for so long, and now many things I was taught by (a Kriya yoga association) have been thrown into doubt. Why was Kriya Yoga changed? And why are certain organisations so powerful? In short, how could God let such…

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There is Only One Kriya Yoga

There is Only One Kriya Yoga

Introduction by Yogacharya Prakash Shankar Vyas (Guruji) – PART THREE My desire is that before and after initiation everything should be very clear. I have previously answered the most commonly asked questions on this subject and we will now share them for the benefit of a wider audience on the blog over the coming months.…

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On Reluctance to Practice

On Reluctance to Practice

The famous saint and poet, Tulsidas, who write the epic the Ramayana said: “Tulsi, apne Ram kokhijbhajojarijh: Khetparen sab uperjiultesidhebij.” Tulsidas, repeat the name of God willingly or unwillingly: all the seeds that fall into a field are bound to germinate whether they fall the right or the wrong side up. Guruji explained this proverb…

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Sugar and Salt

Sugar and Salt

‘When Gandhi decided something, he always tried to follow through with his decision.’ Guruji told the attentive group in front of him during a Satsang. ‘He was known as Mahatma Gandhi, and Mahatma means GREAT SOUL. A great soul is a liberated, or a self-realised soul; someone who is willing to help anyone, and has…

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The Rabbit and the Tortoise

The Rabbit and the Tortoise

During one satsang, Guruji told his own version of the classic fable of the rabbit and the tortoise. He reminded us of how the rabbit had challenged the tortoise to a race, and boasted about how quickly his long legs would take him to the finish line. The tortoise had replied, “I have legs too,”…

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