Tag: guru

  • Recognizing the Guru (39)

    Recognizing the Guru (39)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Today let’s look at the issue of how to recognize your Guru, spiritual guide, or spiritual master. The term Guru in the external sense means a teacher or shepherd, and in the internal sense a person who burns or illuminates what is material and heavy, as well as the flame…

  • LAYA YOGA: Kundalini Tantra – Mantra – Siddhi Meditations

    LAYA YOGA: Kundalini Tantra – Mantra – Siddhi Meditations

    LAYA YOGA SAMPRADAYA Laya yoga involves techniques of meditation that cause the energy or Prana to move in certain ways, to awaken the Kundalini, the coiled up energy at the base of the spine. Laya yoga channelizes the energy forces in the Kundalini instead of merely controlling the mind. It is important that the Kundalini is activated through performance of…

  • Shri Hans Ji Maharaj – Himalaya Master of Divine Light Mission

    Shri Hans Ji Maharaj – Himalaya Master of Divine Light Mission

    Shri Hans Ji MaharajThe Great Spiritual Master of the 20th CenturyReveals Divine Knowledge to the World Shri Hansa’s Life and Work  Hans Ram Singh Rawat, known as Shri Hans Ji Maharaj (November 8, 1900 – July 19, 1966) was born in Gadh-ki-Sedhia, north-east of Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India. His parents were Ranjit Singh Rawat and Kalindi Devi.…

  • Bhrukta Rahita Taraka Raja Yoga

    Bhrukta Rahita Taraka Raja Yoga

    Ancient Raja Yoga  The secret and the cause of creation are taught here in a simple manner to make one a wiseman, however ignorant or poor one may be; ways are being paved to give all wisdom during family life without discarding it, and to lead one to live without disease, and decay due to…

  • Bhaishajya Guru – The Medicine Rudra Shiva – The Healing Master

    Bhaishajya Guru – The Medicine Rudra Shiva – The Healing Master

    The Medicine Rudra Shiva  Bhaiṣajya-guru (भैषज्यगुरु), formally Bhaiṣajya-guru-vaidūrya-prabharāja (भैषज्यगुरुवैडूर्यप्रभाराज, ‘Medicine Master and King of Lapis Lazuli Light’), is the Shiva of healing and medicine in Himalaya Mahāyoga Shaivita and Raudriya. Commonly referred to as the „Medicine Shiva”, he is described as a doctor who cures suffering using the medicine of his teachings. On achieving Shivahood,…

  • Diksha, Guru, Parampara, Yoga and Tantra

    Diksha, Guru, Parampara, Yoga and Tantra

    Diksha, dIkSA/n – in Sanskrit: दीक्षा in Devanagari, dīkṣā, dIkSA; Tamil: தீட்சை – also spelled deeksha or deeksa in common usage, translated as an „initiation” or „preparation or consecration for a religious ceremony”, is giving of a mantra or an initiation by the Guruh in Indian Yoga, Tantra and religions such as Vedism, Brahminism, Hinduism,…

  • Swami Śyam Lalita Mohan Baba-ji

    Swami Śyam Lalita Mohan Baba-ji

    We have the pleasure of inviting you with great joy to meetings and introductory workshops that will initiate you into mystery teachings and practices of ancient Laya Yoga and Tantra belonging to the Himavanti Sampradaya spiritual tradition. The workshops as well as other programmes are conducted by the Spiritual Leader (Layacharya) Acharyacharya LalitaMohan G. K.…

  • The Concept of Guru

    The Concept of Guru

    When contemplating the spiritual development path (Margah) it is worth remembering the fact that Guru’s (Spiritual Guide’s) consciousness leads to greater and greater liberation and freedom of mind, and further, to greater and greater dissolution of all structures of material ego whose nature is to contradict the needs arising from the depths of soul, which…

  • The Golden Age of Truth

    The Golden Age of Truth

    What is the Era of Truth, also known as Satyayuga or Kritayuga, or the Golden Age? The Millenium Kingdom, The New Age, the Era of Light, the Age of Aquarius. One thing that we can say for sure about the New Age is that it is undoubtedly the fulfilment of all biblical prophecies relating to…

  • Śri Kalkin – Teacher and Saviour

    Śri Kalkin – Teacher and Saviour

    The Saviour’s (Kalkin’s) name is known in all religions of the world. In the Jewish religion it is Messiah and in Zarathustra’s religion it is Soashyant. His name is Christ in the Christian religion and Maitreya in the Buddhist religion. His name is Kalkin (which literally means the Saviour) in the Hindu religion and Imam…

  • What is Laya Yoga?

    What is Laya Yoga?

    The term laya means dissolution, melting of all karmic conditioning and limitations that have accrued as result of various occurrences and incidents which took place in the course of one’s entire lifetime. The barriers of a preconditioned life become gradually dissolved, until the soul sees the enlightening world of freedom and salvation (Kaivalya). Layah means…

  • Om Namaśśivaya – Glory to the Graceful One (53)

    Om Namaśśivaya – Glory to the Graceful One (53)

    Om Namah Śivāya – Glory to the Grace, Śiva, Lord and Teacher of the worlds of men and angels. Glory be to the Destroyer of all error, sin and threefold selfishness (physical, mental and spiritual Ego). Glory be to the Person of the Holy Spirit, the One who grants countless charismatic graces, Lord of Yogis,…

  • Mahasandhi – The Great Perfection (33)

    Mahasandhi – The Great Perfection (33)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The Great Perfection is a living embodiment of Mahamudra, i.e. the Great Attitude. Mahasandhi, the Great Perfection, is a practical vehicle for practicing of Laya Yogis. Mahamudra is the basis of this path, as is Samnyasa – the last vehicle of discipleship on the Laya Path. The commandment „Be perfect…

  • The Brotherhood of Purity and Practice of Spiritual Devotion (27)

    The Brotherhood of Purity and Practice of Spiritual Devotion (27)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Iśvara-Prani-Dhana – Saćinda – Spiritual Devotion Iśvarapranidhana means Submission to God’s Will. The practice of Spiritual Devotion is the training of Purity and Humility. SAĆINDA is the cultivation of pure being, pure awareness and pure happiness. The practice of Spiritual Devotion aims to achieve the state of original purity of one’s…

  • Shirdi Sai Baba misterious cult – in the divine fakir’s footsteps

    Shirdi Sai Baba misterious cult – in the divine fakir’s footsteps

    Shirdi Sai Baba life, teachings and misterious cult Sai Baba of Shirdi (1835-1918) or Sai Natha of Śhirdi is the Symbol and Essence of all religions. No religion was ever intended to be anything more than the Gateway to God as Truth. Shirdi Sai (Sāī from persian Sa’ih, saint) is the Path and Goal in…

  • Yoga – an ancient spiritual path toward enlightment and liberation

    Yoga – an ancient spiritual path toward enlightment and liberation

    Introdution to Yoga  There are a lot of different types of yoga today, but only 12 lineage of yoga are true, so if you are starting out and feeling confused, you are normal. It is best to start with a type of yoga that is appropriate for your own level of fitness, physical and spiritual…

  • Yoga About the End of the World and the Tragic Destrution of Humanity (25)

    Yoga About the End of the World and the Tragic Destrution of Humanity (25)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Belief in the end of the world in its catastrophic dimension of universal annihilation is a tendency that has a clear pathological background. Preachers of the imminent end of the world are people with a strong anxiety phobia called the syndrome of inevitable death. Tragic images and visions are characteristic of an unpurified third…

  • The Importance of Guru in Spiritual Development (24)

    The Importance of Guru in Spiritual Development (24)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next With gratitude for all letters and questions regarding the importance or irrelevance of a person of Guru during a journey on a spiritual path, with pleasure I undertake this subject, difficult in our culture. I will try to include an outline of the traditional view of enlightened beings regarding the topic raised…

  • The Great Initiations (22)

    The Great Initiations (22)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The light of yoga will illuminate Your path, Pilgrim to the Truth. The chalice is a vessel of the heart based on the solar plexus and open towards the thymus. The first stage of the journey is the flower of the cardiac plexus blooming right up. The whole luminosity of…

  • The Royal Path of the Initiation of Heart (20)

    The Royal Path of the Initiation of Heart (20)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The familiar concept of raja yoga means colloquially the royal unity and is identical with the form of spiritual practice considered to be the highest and most perfect path of development. Sufi tariqah simply means the path of purity or wisdom, because the concept of sufi comes from safa, which…

  • Bhakti Sadhana of Śri Rama (18)

    Bhakti Sadhana of Śri Rama (18)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next In several previous issues of the bulletin we discussed the subject of the act of veneration, devotion, adoration and fervent adoration of the spiritual ideal, deity or God. This process is called bhakti in yoga, and Sufi call it ashika. It belongs to the mantra yoga mantra as a completely…

  • Mantra Yoga – The Power of Vibrations (17)

    Mantra Yoga – The Power of Vibrations (17)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The ancient treatise „Yogatattva Upanishad” identifies four fundamental groups of yoga systems, which are useful in the Dark Age or Kali Yuga in which humanity currently is. The pattern of these four systems is so universal that all authentic spiritual schools will have to be constructed in a similar way,…

  • Mansa Yoga – Practice of Mastering the Mind (16)

    Mansa Yoga – Practice of Mastering the Mind (16)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next What is 'mansa’? It is yoga of modern era, in the spirit of the times. It helps in controlling the chaotic mind and in overcoming the stream of running thoughts. „Mansa” is a healthy person and a healthy human psyche. This is the common name for the basic system of…

  • Abhyasa Prathamakalpika – The Work of Adept of Laya Yoga (14)

    Abhyasa Prathamakalpika – The Work of Adept of Laya Yoga (14)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Let’s take a look at the first stage of practice of yogis, whom Master Patanjali calls those, who apply the exercises, ie, using the original name, Prathamakalpika. This indicates the nature of the beginners mind, which becomes empty of any activity, and this process is called purification in yoga terms.…

  • How to Develop Spiritual Practice (10)

    How to Develop Spiritual Practice (10)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next I would like to thank all those who suggested that I discuss this marvellous Topic. I hope that it will prove useful to all people who practise on the Path. Teachers continue to focus on the importance of constant practising. Let me quote a few points that are important, or…

  • The Great White Brotherhood (7)

    The Great White Brotherhood (7)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Thank you for your eagerness in pursuing the eternal goal, as thanks to this PASSION in Your heart further issues of the „Hridaya” bulletin may continue to be published. If You are interested in any subjects, please write to the author of the esoteric lessons. This time I would like…

  • Dikshan. How One Starts Practising Yoga (4)

    Dikshan. How One Starts Practising Yoga (4)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next If you carefully study the whole textbook of Patanjali, entitled „Yogasutra”, you will notice that the classical collection of teachings on pursuing the path is divided into four parts or series of teachings. It turns out that all traditions and spiritual schools, starting with Egypt and ending with India, divided…

  • Selected Aspects of Initiation (3)

    Selected Aspects of Initiation (3)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next What is the essence of the process of giving and receiving the initiation? What profundity is hidden in it? Undoubtedly it is a blessing, one that appears in four inter-related, or blended forms. Initiation is a blessing given by a spiritual leader (Hierophant), it is a blessing bestowed by the…

  • Self-Realisation of the Jewel of One’s Own Original Self: HRID (1)

    Self-Realisation of the Jewel of One’s Own Original Self: HRID (1)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The first issue of the esoteric magazine obliges us to clarify its title and the mission that it has been designed to fulfil. It is wholly contained in one beautiful and simple word: HRIDAYA. I hope that this magazine will attract the attention of all CHELA: disciples, aspirers and students of yoga,…

  • Self-Realisation of the Jewel of One’s Own Original Self: HRID (2)

    Self-Realisation of the Jewel of One’s Own Original Self: HRID (2)

    The first issue of the esoteric magazine obliges us to clarify its title and the mission that it has been designed to fulfil. It is wholly contained in one beautiful and simple word: HRIDAYA. I hope that this magazine will attract the attention of all CHELA: disciples, aspirers and students of yoga, so that they can follow…