Arati is a body internal ritual of a Yogi

August 23, 2015

Through Omkara Kriya a yogi travels with in his body. The rotary motion (arati) by the priest is symbolical of the circular movement a yogi undertakes within his body-temple. The deity is fanned either bye a peacock feather (representing the Kutastha-Eye) or a fly-whisk or an ordinary hand-fan. This fanning indicates the serene and calm Read More...



August 23, 2015

The world is today raving and ranting for peace. Neighborhoods, villages, cities, individuals, nations, politicians are all crying for peace. But how, where to obtain peace is unknown. The modern man opines that earning a great deal, being steeped in material pursuits, living in a palatial mansion or bunglows etc. will confer peace. Material peace Read More...

gita rope


August 23, 2015

If any object is dropped from a great height then until it reaches the absolute bottom it will continue falling due to the gravitational pull. If man is asked to ascend during this descent (kaliyuga), it will not be possible for him, hence he shold be allowed to descend. But descending gradually when he reaches Read More...

householder vs renouncer

Renouncer OR Social Reformer?

August 23, 2015

To serve the afflicted during natural calamities, to serve the poor and distressed ones, founding of schools, colleges, hospitals etc. are not the function of renouncers, these activities relate to the affairs of the state or to social reformers. Man renounces the domestic existence only to practise atmasadhana in solitude. Hence the action of a Read More...

all in body

Who is your Guru?

August 23, 2015

A Guru is required in all walks of a human’s life. As parents are Gurus during childhood; teachers, professors are Gurus in schools, colleges; to become a doctor, engineer or to go in for higher studies a Guru is required. The one from which good advice is gleaned is also a guru. To save oneself Read More...


Kriyayoga–The Supreme Spiritual Science, How ?

August 23, 2015

Let us now discuss how through the scientific Kriyayoga a living being can revert to Void Brahma. Yogiraj (Lahiri Mahasaya) has explained Kevala Kumbhaka is achieved after 10,61,000 Pranayamas. The five essences (earth, water, heat, air and space) are prevalent in the five cakras from Muladhanara to Visuddha. Every 200,000 internal Pranayamas can cease each Read More...