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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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This World is our Temporary Shelter

This World is our Temporary Shelter

Trailanga Swami was a great yoga master in India, who lived in Varanasi about 120 years ago. He lived to an age of more than 300 years and performed many miracles during his lifetime. Some of them are recounted in “Footsteps to Freedom”, and his photograph hangs in Guruji’s Kashi Kriya Yoga Centre studio in…

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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 Modern-Day Householder Yogi

The Modern-Day Householder Yogi

Lahiri Mahasaya was known as a “Householder Yogi” because he earned a living and had a family according to social custom, yet he was a spiritual Master, and he expected his disciples to follow his example. His message to Kriyabans was firstly, look after your family, have a job so you are not dependent on…

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The Pundit (Part Three)

The Pundit (Part Three)

The pundit finally found a true Guru and received a scientific meditation technique from him, having journeyed for many years as a renunciant. Although he meditated faithfully as his Guru had taught him for twenty years, there were no results as far as he could see. ‘I have meditated for so long!’ he cried one…

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