Meditation and Yoga ancient origins – Yogiraj Siddhanath

Meditation and Yoga ancient origins – Yogiraj Siddhanath

HAMSA-YOGA.ORG Meditation, Yoga and Spirituality of enlightened master s – What are their origins? What is a Himalayan master’s religion? Does religion have anything to do with God? Does meditation have anything to do with God? What is the most powerful meditation technique available to humanity at large? ***Yogiraj is considered an illumined living master and solar seer, and helps sincere practitioners of yogic meditation awaken to higher levels of consciousness through chakra awakening and esoteric practices of Himalayan yoga. Yogiraj Gurunath Siddhanath was born on May 10, 1944 in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India. He has been meditating since the age of 3, and spent his early years in the Himalayas amongst the HamsaNath yogis, in whose presence he was transformed. The divine transformation flowered after his deep and personal experiences in 1961 and 1967 with the yogi-christ Mahavatar Shiv-Goraksha-Babaji, the same spiritual master described in Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi. He has a wife of 30+ years, Gurumata Shivangani, with whom he built by hand the Hamsa Yoga Sangh Ashram (Spiritual Retreat) outside the city of Pune, near Bombay, India. They have two sons, and two grandchildren. Yogiraj teaches yogic meditation for the evolution of human consciousness. These perennial practices of yoga are the most ancient closely guarded sacred practices of the Himalayan yogis and masters from time immemorial. They help the practitioner gradually transform him/herself into
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  1. EschatonFluxApr 09, 2011

    @lunalunamy You know, there are more Sikhs than Jews in the world, and he didn’t mention them either. My guess is that since he considers all religions to be equal, he’s not expecting people to get p***ed off because he missed a religion in his unimportant list.

    Peace.

  2. chrisdeli7158Apr 09, 2011

    very true very true

  3. mojimo100Apr 09, 2011

    Thank you for all the things you taught us.Humanity is the only thing for us

  4. mojimo100Apr 09, 2011

    Humanity is the one only thing for us.

  5. f***inrelaxApr 09, 2011

    @lunalunamy he could have mentioned witchcraft or the force from star wars which are also major religions. you understood what me meant, it is useless to pick and prod

  6. premapuranamApr 09, 2011

    @lunalunamy …Judaism…Oldest religion? How many years old? Has it become “the” oldest just because you said so? Santana Dharma, there it stands time less and eternal.

  7. grifas111Apr 09, 2011

    we are the shadow of consciousness on the material world

  8. grifas111Apr 09, 2011

    brilliant, nicely put my friend.

  9. SuperCozmosApr 09, 2011

    “Humanity ones only religion, Breath ones only prayer, Consciousness ones only God”

  10. qwalznargApr 09, 2011

    consciousness is stillness of mind
    just a suggestion but if if you try meditation / breathing slowly
    correctly try not to think any thought as long as you can
    an you will be on the correct path to enlightenment
    kundalini yoga is great for this formlessness is the way
    namaste

  11. nycballer4lifeApr 09, 2011

    Thank you! What do you think of Kundalini Yoga taught by Yogi Bhajan?

  12. sosoriusApr 09, 2011

    Where is his spiritual experience? It is amazing how easy it is to critique someone over the internet when you don’t have to see them. Why are you looking for experiences online? Get to practice!

    Incidentally, minutes before this was filmed, he shared his clairvoyance with everyone in the audience and allowed them to see him physically transform into Moses and Sri Yukteswar. How about that for an experience? But he understands this can’t be presented on film.

  13. onerefuseApr 09, 2011

    it makes so much sense now
    thank you

  14. Doctorfreshjives47Apr 09, 2011

    i am the emptiness, the fullness, and the container that holds them both.

  15. babs5005Apr 09, 2011

    I am both the bow, the arrow and the target.

    I am the cake that I am eating right now

  16. AshkeeperApr 09, 2011

    your life is a stream by which all others flow

  17. MalakiYahApr 09, 2011

    We are the same as a newborn baby, but we are just a more developed form of that baby. So we have the same Spirit within us all, but he has developed his Spiritual idenity more than most of us. so, therefore i do not see it as ego personally. This comment is in respect
    peace

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