For millennia, these meditation techniques have been transferred from masters to worthy disciples. Nowadays, knowledge and techniques are becoming more open to a wide audience of spiritual seekers. The author of the Kriya Yoga method is Mahavatara Babaji, immortal Guru from the Himalayas. It is he, along with his disciples, who has been preaching these authentic techniques for many ages that allow to fully awaken potentials of the soul.
S.Dubyanskiy, Kriya Yoga Master, Author and Artist
Mahavatara Babaji is the greatest mystery. Everything we know about him is just assumptions and peculations, which are the fruits of fragmentary information, imperfect intuition and limited logic. Babaji remains inaccessible and mysterious, despite numerous attempts to fully understand his mission on the Earth and to learn as much as possible about his life. Those who claim to know everything or almost everything about him are deeply mistaken and self-deceived.
One of my favorite books on self-development and esotericism, which I have read and reread for many years, is “Autobiography of a Yogi” by the outstanding Indian spiritual Guru Paramahamsa Yogananda. He wrote his autobiography as a fascinating novel. Behind the beautiful style, unusual plot and vivid descriptions of amazing events, there is hidden in-depth information about Mahavatara Babaji and other Gurus of the Kriya Yoga tradition. Yogananda wrote his autobiography in 1946, the history of his life and numerous stories about prominent spiritual teachers, including some stories about the legendary Babaji.
For the first time in the history of mankind, it was precisely in his autobiography that Yogananda openly revealed the existence of Mahavatara Babaji. Today it is difficult to imagine that before the publication of “Autobiography of a Yogi”, only a small group of advanced yogis knew about the existence of Babaji.
In his autobiography, Yogananda mentioned his meeting with Mahavatara Babaji, he also said that several other yogis of the Kriya Yoga tradition also personally met Babaji. Thus, information about Mahavatara Babaji is not just personal experience or fantasies of Yogananda, but serious and objective information.
It was Yogananda in 1946 that declared the existence of Mahavatara Babaji, but in his book he gave rather scarce information about the immortal Guru. At that time, even the very mentioning of the great Babaji was a real spiritual revolution. As soon as Yogananda first spoke about the existence of Mahavatara Babaji, this information instantly aroused great interest among spiritual seekers and esotericists. Babaji immediately began to attract people's attention. Even knowing very little about him, people began to feel the enormous significance of this mysterious Guru.
Sathya Sai Baba (1926 - 2011) was a Guru for tens of millions of spiritual seekers. His love and wisdom were limitless, the miracles he performed were beyond human capabilities. People from all over the world came to his ashram feeling at home. Around Sathya Sai Baba was an atmosphere of love and joy, happiness and creativity. He taught the ancient techniques of meditation and mantras, and commented on the traditional Vedic and Biblical texts. With the help uof his spernatural power Sathya Sai Baba healed from serious illnesses and transformed destinies helping people spiritually.
In the period from 1993 to 1999, I was translating from English into Russian during personal meetings of Sathya Sai Baba with Russian-speaking groups. It was an opportunity to observe how Sathya Sai Baba communicated with followers and visitors, gave spiritual instructions, answered questions, performed amazing miracles.
Sathya Sai Baba was a divine Guru who helped at all levels of human life, from the very heights of spiritual enlightenment, to simple and everyday problems associated with family life. Sathya Sai Baba directed each person to study the nature of the eternal soul. He proclaimed the divinity of everyone, this was the essence of his spiritual message.
Sathya Sai Baba helped people to reveal the infinite space of the Spirit and realize their dreams. Sathya Sai Baba was the messenger of a blessed life. He poured Divine Grace on everyone who had opened his heart and blessed for the successful realization of destiny in life.Many books have been written about Silicon Valley and the collection of geniuses, eccentrics, and mavericks who launched the "Digital Revolution"; Robert X. Cringely's Accidental Empires and Michael A. Hiltzik's Dealers of Lightning are just two excellent accounts of the unprecedented explosion of tech entrepreneurs and their game-changing success.
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I was fortunate enough to be a close disciple of the amazing Indian Guru: Yogi Ramaiah (1923 - 2006). My acquaintance with Yogi Ramaiah began in the early 90s. For several years, he taught me the practices of the Kriya Yoga and the method of the Bija Mantras. Yogi Ramaiah was a direct disciple of Mahavatara Babaji, he also met with other Himalayan immortal Gurus, such as Babaji Goraknath and Babaji Nagaraj.
Yogi Ramaiah taught a small group of students. He was little known during his lifetime, however he became more and more famous after leaving this world. Nowadays books are being written about him, seminars devoted to his traditions on the Kriya Yoga and the Mantra Yoga are being held.
Estimated program for 2022 and 2023: visits to ashrams and ancient temples in southern India. Puttaparthi (Sathya Sai Baba Ashram), Mysore (Mount Chamundi, ancient temples and Avadhuta Ashram), Mount Arunachala (Ramana Maharshi Ashram) Pondicherry (Sri Aurobindo Ashram and Auroville).
We have been conducting pilgrimage tours since 2015. There are two types of tours: - Ashrams and ancient temples in southern India. - we also travel with groups to the Himalayas (Rishikesh and Badrinath). The number of participants is limited (from two to forty people).
CONTACTS SAISANTOSH TOUR AND TRAVEL: Phone: +919700878729 +919182251928
Pilgrimage Tours for 2022 – 2023 All tours are organized with SAISANTOSH TOUR AND TRAVEL (Puttaparthi city, Andhra Pradesh state, India). Phone: +919700878729 ;+919182251928
The nearest pilgrimage tours are planned: December 2022, January 2023, March 2023. Duration of the pilgrimage tour: 12 - 18 days.
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