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The system of meditation taught by S. Dubyanskiy includes several complexes and many techniques based on concentration, conscious breathing, visualization and contemplation of the inner divine nature.


Kriya yoga meditation
Kriya Kundalini Pranayama

It is a technique consisting of seven meditations. The name of this complex has a deep meaning. The word Kriya means the movement of Pranic energy through energy channels and chakras. Kundalini is the cosmic energy that awakens in the spine.
Pranayama indicates that this meditative system is based on conscious breathing.

The first three techniques allow you to unlock the potentials of the three Bindu, the spiritual centers of the head, solar plexus and lower abdomen.

The fourth and fifth techniques open the energy potentials of the spine, first the central energy channel Sushumna, and then the right and left channels, Ida and Pingala. With the help of these techniques, the potentials of the right and left hemispheres of the brain are awakened.

The sixth and seventh techniques are dedicated to the opening of the higher spiritual centers of Brahmarandra, which leads to the experience of Absolute Consciousness.

Gayatri Kriya Meditation

Complex consisting of four techniques. The name of this practice is extremely important. Gayatri is the name of the greatest mantra, which is the basis of the practice of meditation on the inner Divine light. This system of meditation uses special sound vibrations, Bija Mantras. This practice leads to the disclosure of the energy system of the inner world.

In the first technique, the seven chakras are cleared, this happens with the help of the sound vibration of the seven sounds. The second technique, with the help of twelve mystical sounds, opens the back and front poles of the chakras, which leads to the harmonization of the horoscope.

The third technique cleanses the energy points of the entire body: arms, legs, head and torso. Twenty-seven mystical sounds are practiced in this part of the meditation. The fourth, final, technique reveals Hiranya Garbha and the energy of the spine with the help of four mystical sounds.

Sampurna Kriya

The main course, the most important part of the tradition. The word Sampurna means "completed". This is a huge complex of meditative techniques that works through all the details of the human energy-information system. The Eighteen Great Kriya Yoga Meditation Techniques Leading to Perfect Self-Realization.

First technique works on the three bindus and the aura. The main focus is on the contemplation of the divine sound, brahma-nada.

Second technique opens the chakras and the energy of the spine. In this technique, we raise the energy from each chakra up into the fontanel. Jalandhara bandha, throat lock is used.

Third technique is based on the use of a mantra called hamsa-gayatri. This mantra is practiced on the breath. As you inhale mentally recite part of the mantra and as you exhale mentally recite the second part of the mantra. The meaning of the mantra is the unity of the consciousness of the god Shiva and the energy of the goddess Shakti.

Fourth technique opens all the chakras. In this technique, from each chakra, the energy rises up to the fontanel, and as a downward stream descends into the coccyx.

Fifth technique is based on the teaching that each of the six lower chakras has a back and front pole. This practice transforms the influence of the planets of the horoscope on the fate of a person.

Sixth technique — opens the petals (rays) of all chakras. There is a reboot of the energy-informational structure of the chakras.

Seventh technique allows you to open the energy structure of all parts of the body: head, arms, legs, torso.

Eighth technique works on the energy multi-layered energy structure of the spine.

Ninth technique. There is an energy channel in the spine, consisting of four levels. In this technique, seven channels of the spine are considered: the central channel, three left and three right channels.

Tenth technique. The main purpose of the technique is a deep study of the central part of the brain: the pituitary gland, pineal gland, hypothalamus, thalamus, medulla oblongata.

Eleventh technique works on circular energy channels, which are called: small orbit, medium orbit, large orbit.

Twelfth technique allows you to build a crystal lattice, i.e. energy structure of the acre.

Thirteenth technique. In this technique, the alignment of the cosmic column takes place.

Fourteenth technique. From a spiritual point of view, every person has two hearts: "right" and "left". The right heart is called Paramatma Hrideyam. The right heart is the gateway to absolute divine consciousness. The left heart is called Jivatma Hrideyam. The left heart is the seat of the individual human consciousness.

Fifteenth technique is dedicated to opening the Tribhanga energy channel through eight points, which include three Bindu and two Hrideyama.

Sixteenth technique is meditation on the points above the head, contemplation of the descending Divine flow, and also opening the structure of the lower abdomen.

Seventeenth technique. In this technique, we raise the energy from each chakra up into the fontanel. As a result of this practice, the opening of the seven chakras, the energy channel of the spine and the central part of the brain occurs.

Eighteenth technique is the only one that is practiced with open eyes. During this technique, the eyes are open, the gaze is defocused. The technique works on the three bindus and the aura.
Goals and Objectives of Kriya Yoga

Kriya yoga is an ancient system of meditation that greatly accelerates human evolution. The goal of meditation is enlightenment, but in order to achieve it, you need to go through many steps on the path of self-knowledge. In ancient times, Kriya Yoga was transmitted by the immortal Mahavatar Babaji.

In the 19th century, Lahiri Mahasaya (1828-1895), a direct follower of Mahavatar Babaji, began teaching these techniques openly to his students. At the beginning of the twentieth century, Paramahansa Yogananda (1893 - 1952) brought these unique meditation techniques from India to Western countries, but he did not pass on even the initial techniques of Sampurna Kriya to all of his students.
The most important meditation master of the second half of the twentieth century was Yogi Ramaiah (1923-2006), who lived for many years in the Himalayas and studied with immortal Mahatmas such as Mahavatar Babaji, Nagaraj Babaji, Agastya and Gorakhnath.
Yogi Ramaiah taught a small group of close students to whom he passed on ancient wisdom and meditation techniques.

The authorship of the meditation method of Kriya yoga belongs to Mahavatar Babaji. The tradition and system of practices of Kriya Yoga was well known many thousands of years ago in ancient India.
Kriya Yoga originally includes the knowledge that has been described in the Bhagavad Gita, the Yoga Sutras, and numerous Tantras. S. Dubyanskiy studied the meditation practices of Kriya Yoga with his master Yogi Ramaiah for 12 years, he also received instructions from Mahavatar Babaji himself. Teachers blessed Dubyankiy to teach students this ancient system of meditation.
Mahavatar Babaji transmitted Kriya Yoga to the whole world through Lahiri Mahasaya in the nineteenth century, in the twentieth century even deeper knowledge was delivered through Yogi Ramaiah.

Kriya Yoga meditation is the highest stage of the spiritual system of Yoga, for which the practicing student needs to prepare. For serious study and deep practice, you need to go through the basic levels and build your life on a solid foundation of marali and morality. To study the numerous techniques of Kriya Yoga is possible only under the guidance of an experienced mentor.

Techniques have a huge amount of details that cannot be conveyed through video courses or books, all the details can be studied only in the process of personal communication with the Master. In addition, the teacher is needed in order to answer your personal questions that arise during the practice.

A practitioner of Kriya Yoga meditation must live morally, because if a person practices mystical techniques to open the chakras, but does not live righteously, he risks becoming a demon. The yogi performs his actions consciously, because they help to gain spiritual fruits, to achieve unity with God. A genuine yogi refrains from actions and deeds that can create obstacles in spiritual self-development.
Kriya Yoga is a system of meditation methods and techniques. These techniques are dedicated to the process of mystical knowledge of the inner God.

A person belonging to any religious tradition, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism and Buddhism, can practice Kriya Yoga meditation. All religions claim their right to be recognized as the ultimate truth and universal system. Just as the sun is reflected in many lakes, so the Supreme Truth is reflected in many traditions and religions. Sometimes people are mistakenly accustomed to taking only a reflection for reality and the final system of answers to all questions.

The training system led by S. Dubyanskiy includes regular two-day online seminars, individual lessons and pilgrimage tours to places of power. In order to learn the full course of meditation techniques, as well as Pranayama and Mantra yoga, you need to be patient.

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Svyatoslav Dubyanskiy

Meditation Master, Esoteric Author and Artist
For the first time, I came into contact with the practices of yoga and meditation when I was eight years old, and from the age of eleven, the practice of meditation became for me a daily journey into the endless spaces of the spirit. I was lucky to learn from wonderful spiritual Masters, whose wisdom I carefully pass on to my students.

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