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Preface

 

Years of meticulous preparation coupled with unflinching devotion of a few dedicated souls at last has borne the desired result. To me it is a wonderful achievement which has been possible only through the blessings of our most venerable Guruji, the author of Kriya Yoga - Its Mystery and Performing Art. The second Indian edition of this now famous treatise on the ancient art of Kriya yoga practices has at last arrived within the reach of a much wider readership. What appears most surprising and encouraging to some extent is that the tome has received warm reception among the devotees who like to roam in the realm of spirituality, notwithstanding the fact that the earlier edition bristled with so many howlers and shortcomings. We have made every endeavour to make the present edition errorfree and therefore more presentable to the readers. We cannot claim that the revised edition is perfectly flawless, as the cliche goes - 'a perfection is to be aimed at, never to be achieved'. The unintended shortcomings that may still smear the general overtone of this book are entirely due to the imperfections that plague the translater-editor who is really sorry for any foible as such.

 

Here I take the opportunity of recording my gratitude to Sri Subir Kr. Ghosh, the most affable person I have ever seen, for going through the entire manuscript to make the book mistake free.

 

I am obliged to Sri Amitansu Roy for the generous gift of his time as also his expertise in correcting the diacritical marks.

 

My gratitude is also due to Sri Amarjit Kumar and Sri Sourabh Verma from New Delhi for the interest they have taken to correct the Arabic allusions quoted in the book.

 

I am indebted to Sri Asis Boral, Sri Biswanath Sengupta and Sri Abijit Kundu, my Gurubrothers, for the unremitting services they have rendered in publishing this edition.

 

I acknowledge & appreciate my Gurubrothers James Manto and Dr Miguel Estevez from USA for their efforts to make this title available to readers around the world through the Internet.

 

I thank Sri Joydeep Dey of Color Graphics who has seen the book through various stages of publication.

 

Finally, the sense of fulfilment of a mission with the publication of the present edition prompts me to make obeisance, once again, to the presiding deity of my life, Swami Sadhanananda Giri, my most revered Guruji, who has filled my lifelong voyage to spirituality through the tortuous paths of this mundane world with eternal bliss allowing me to ascertain that this trivial life is also no less meaningful. Kudos to his lotus feet again and again.

 

Contents

 

Preface to Second Indian Edition

VII

Translator's Note

IX

Preface to First Bengali Edition

XI

Preface to Third Bengali Edition

XVII

Diacritical Signs

XXI

Lineage of Swami Sadhanananda Giri

XXIII

SECTION I

The Individual and the Absolute

1

SECTION II

Pranayama and its Necessity

14

SECTION III

Yoga and its Necessity

27

What is Yoga

32

Kriyayoga and General Classification of Yoga

37

SECTION IV

Part A : Primary Components of Yoga

Yama (Self-restraint)

44

Niyama (Precepts)

54

Asana (Sitting posture)

61

Part B : Pranayama

The Mystery of Creation

64

The Corporeal Entity

74

The Concept of Communicative Tributaries

79

The Entity of Serpent Power

80

Shatcakra

86

What is Pranayama

90

Etiology of Pranayama

93

The Mode of Pranayama

96

Utility of Pranayama

102

Part C : Some Vital Accessories of Kriyayoga

Khecari Mudra

103

Mahamudra

107

Sambhavi Mudra

10

Mulavandha Mudra

112

Bhramari

113

Atmadarsana and Nadasravana

114

Yonimudra

124

The Outcome of Mudra

130

Japakriya

131

Nabhikriya

133

SECTION V : Lessons of Kriya

The First Lesson of Kriya

134

The Second Lesson of Kriya

141

The Third Lesson of Kriya

144

The Fourth Lesson of Kriya

146

SECTION VI

Some Essential Informations for the Sadhaka

149

Some Advices from Yogiraj Sri Sri Lahiribaba

152

Some Essentialities for a Kriyavana

154

Some Important Rules and Regulations ...

159

SECTION VII: Some Mystic Exposures

164

The Vaishnava Cult

165

Yoga and Pancamakara Sadhana

168

SECTION VIII: Yoga and Synthesis of Religions

Islam

171

Christianity

178

Buddhism

180

APPENDIX

Glossary

I

Bibliography

VII

Index

IX

 


Kriya Yoga (Its Mystery and Performing Art)

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Preface

 

Years of meticulous preparation coupled with unflinching devotion of a few dedicated souls at last has borne the desired result. To me it is a wonderful achievement which has been possible only through the blessings of our most venerable Guruji, the author of Kriya Yoga - Its Mystery and Performing Art. The second Indian edition of this now famous treatise on the ancient art of Kriya yoga practices has at last arrived within the reach of a much wider readership. What appears most surprising and encouraging to some extent is that the tome has received warm reception among the devotees who like to roam in the realm of spirituality, notwithstanding the fact that the earlier edition bristled with so many howlers and shortcomings. We have made every endeavour to make the present edition errorfree and therefore more presentable to the readers. We cannot claim that the revised edition is perfectly flawless, as the cliche goes - 'a perfection is to be aimed at, never to be achieved'. The unintended shortcomings that may still smear the general overtone of this book are entirely due to the imperfections that plague the translater-editor who is really sorry for any foible as such.

 

Here I take the opportunity of recording my gratitude to Sri Subir Kr. Ghosh, the most affable person I have ever seen, for going through the entire manuscript to make the book mistake free.

 

I am obliged to Sri Amitansu Roy for the generous gift of his time as also his expertise in correcting the diacritical marks.

 

My gratitude is also due to Sri Amarjit Kumar and Sri Sourabh Verma from New Delhi for the interest they have taken to correct the Arabic allusions quoted in the book.

 

I am indebted to Sri Asis Boral, Sri Biswanath Sengupta and Sri Abijit Kundu, my Gurubrothers, for the unremitting services they have rendered in publishing this edition.

 

I acknowledge & appreciate my Gurubrothers James Manto and Dr Miguel Estevez from USA for their efforts to make this title available to readers around the world through the Internet.

 

I thank Sri Joydeep Dey of Color Graphics who has seen the book through various stages of publication.

 

Finally, the sense of fulfilment of a mission with the publication of the present edition prompts me to make obeisance, once again, to the presiding deity of my life, Swami Sadhanananda Giri, my most revered Guruji, who has filled my lifelong voyage to spirituality through the tortuous paths of this mundane world with eternal bliss allowing me to ascertain that this trivial life is also no less meaningful. Kudos to his lotus feet again and again.

 

Contents

 

Preface to Second Indian Edition

VII

Translator's Note

IX

Preface to First Bengali Edition

XI

Preface to Third Bengali Edition

XVII

Diacritical Signs

XXI

Lineage of Swami Sadhanananda Giri

XXIII

SECTION I

The Individual and the Absolute

1

SECTION II

Pranayama and its Necessity

14

SECTION III

Yoga and its Necessity

27

What is Yoga

32

Kriyayoga and General Classification of Yoga

37

SECTION IV

Part A : Primary Components of Yoga

Yama (Self-restraint)

44

Niyama (Precepts)

54

Asana (Sitting posture)

61

Part B : Pranayama

The Mystery of Creation

64

The Corporeal Entity

74

The Concept of Communicative Tributaries

79

The Entity of Serpent Power

80

Shatcakra

86

What is Pranayama

90

Etiology of Pranayama

93

The Mode of Pranayama

96

Utility of Pranayama

102

Part C : Some Vital Accessories of Kriyayoga

Khecari Mudra

103

Mahamudra

107

Sambhavi Mudra

10

Mulavandha Mudra

112

Bhramari

113

Atmadarsana and Nadasravana

114

Yonimudra

124

The Outcome of Mudra

130

Japakriya

131

Nabhikriya

133

SECTION V : Lessons of Kriya

The First Lesson of Kriya

134

The Second Lesson of Kriya

141

The Third Lesson of Kriya

144

The Fourth Lesson of Kriya

146

SECTION VI

Some Essential Informations for the Sadhaka

149

Some Advices from Yogiraj Sri Sri Lahiribaba

152

Some Essentialities for a Kriyavana

154

Some Important Rules and Regulations ...

159

SECTION VII: Some Mystic Exposures

164

The Vaishnava Cult

165

Yoga and Pancamakara Sadhana

168

SECTION VIII: Yoga and Synthesis of Religions

Islam

171

Christianity

178

Buddhism

180

APPENDIX

Glossary

I

Bibliography

VII

Index

IX

 


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