... Yogiraj Shyamacharan Lahiree
Yogiraj Sri Shyamacharan Lahiree is the Fountain-Head of Kriyayoga, the same yogasadhana that has been practised in Sanatana Bharata since aeons by the great sages of the past. At the end of Kaliyuga, Bhagavan Shyamacharan made His Advent as a Householder to give declining Kriyayoga a push. During His lifetime by juxtaposing ordinary household existence with austere yogasadhana, He has reminded mankind of the ideal of Sanatana Bharata. He is therefore known as the God of Householders. more
Gita has remarked -- "Ekamseno sthito jagat". One percentage of the eternally static Brahma attaining dynamism gradually on its enhancement created this universe and remained within it. What is whole is always whole. 100% stillness will perpetually remain 100%, it is not possible to divide it. Thus 1% amidst the 100% acquiring dynamism remained within that 100%. Gradually that 1% dynamism augmented and eventually manifested as complete dynamism. In this manner 1% dynamism initially augmented from 0% to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. How the ultimate truth still Brahma becomes vibrated and again reverts to stillness has been explained by the sketch below.
From the above sketch this was deduced as to how one percentage of still Brahma attaining dynamism the whole creation was created and a living being continued living. The significance of death in Kriyayoga is gradual reversion to stillness.
Therefore if a living being by any means traverses Prana's 10% dynamism and arrives at 0% then he can merge with his place of origin Brahma. He does not have to undergo the cycle of births deaths any longer because in this state Prana being devoid of any sort of dynamism, there are no consequences of karmas and consequences of karmas being absent, attraction also is non-existent and the latter not remaining, birth is absent, hence devoid of death. Where vibration is zero nothing can exist there. In which state a yogi can meet death by keeping his Prana-vibration minimum and where rebirth does not occur has been elucidated in the Gita. It has been clearly stipulated in the Gita that while practising sadhana if a yogi at least settling at Kutastha meets death or causes cessation then he will not be reborn.
This is why Kriyayoga transcends anything material..