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Introduction to the Author

The following letter is one of eighty-one letters written by Swami Satyananda Giri to the author during his monastic training from 1950 to 1971. Swami Satyananda Giri was initiated by Hangsa Swami Kebalananda and he was the chief monastic disciple and spiritual successor of Swami Sriyukteswar Giri in India.

Satyananda lived in the hermitages at the Karar Asram, Puri (from 1919 to 1921), at Ranchi (from 1922 to 1941), and at Sevayatan (from 1943 to 1971). When he was not at the hermitage, he would go around the country to help spiritual seekers from these hermitages and to visit other branches. He was a divine yogi, poet, musician, educationist and philanthropist. He held multiple positions and responsibilities as follows:

He was appointed "Asram Swami" (the monk of the hermitage) at Puri Karar Asram in 1921 by Sriyukteswar.

During the years 1922 to 1941, he was the principal of Ranchi Brahmacharya Vidyalaya (school). He was the founder and Executive Secretary General of Yogod a Sat Sanga (YSS) Society of India (1936 to 1941). He was a life member of YSS and the third president of Sadhu Sova (from 1952 to 1971), a society of Swamis, founded by his mentor Swami Sriyukteswar. In addition, he was the first president (from 1953 to 1971) of Sat Sang Mission, Sevayatan (Seva means "service," ayatan means "house"; Sevayatan, then, means "Service Center"). The hermitage Sevayatan, where Satyananda lived the last twenty seven years of hislife,offers many programs, such as a postgraduate teacher training college, junior technical school, boys' high school, basic education for boys, junior high school for girls, hospital with outdoor and indoor facilities, library, press, and a yoga temple. Some of these programs are financially sponsored by the State Government of West Bengal. The institutions mentioned are residential.

The author started his monastic training under Satyananda during his teen years, simultaneously continuing to study for eight years at Satyananda's brother disciple Paramhansa Yogananda's hermitage, YSS.

Satyananda was asked specifically by Babaji, the divine Himalayan Yogi, to train young Satyeswarananda, the author, in Kriya and to give appropriate monastic training. Later, the author lived several years with Babaji in the Himalayas to study further intricacies of Kriya Science.

 

Contents

 

I The Dedication V
II The List of Publication VII
III The List of Illustrations XVI
IV Introduction to the Author 1
V Handwritten Letter of Swami Satyananda 3
VI Mr. Sunil Kumar Ghosh 11
VII Notes - Complete Works of Lahiri Mahasay 13
VIII Letter from the University of Calcutta 13
  Part 1 : The Siva Sanghita  
Chapter 1 Advice on the Dissolution (Laya Prakaran) 15-39
1 Invocation - Mangalacharan 15
2 Introduction - Abataranika 16
3 Difference of Opinion of the Scriptures 16
4 All of These People Reincarnate Again and Again in This World 17
5 Determination of the Self 17
6 Bijnanbad, Sunyabad and Sankhya Opinion 18
7 According the Sankhya : Seswar O Niriswarabad 18
8 These Philosophers Incarnate in the World Again and Again 19
9 The Predominance of the Yoga Discipline - Pradhaanya 19
10 The Results and Demerits of the Jnankanda and Karmakanda 20
11 The Field of Action of Knowledge (Jnankanda vritanta) 22
12 The Description of Creation by Illusion (Maya) 31
Chapter 2 Advice on the Essence of Spirituality (Tattwa-jnan-upadesh ) 40-55
1 The Description of the Sun, the Moon, the Ocean and Others in the Physical Body (the Entire World in the Condensed Form) 40
2 The Description ofthe Main Nerves Among the Three Hundred Fifty Thousand in the Human Body 43
3 The Description of the Coccygeal Center the Muladhar Baman 45
4 The Description of the Other Nerves 48
5 The Place for Digesting Food 48
6 The Cause of Receiving the Physical Body 49
7 Liberation of the Individualjiva 52
8 The Conclusion 55
Chapter 3 The Practice of Yoga (Yogabhyasa) 56-98
1 The Place of Prana 56
2 The Name of Prana as per the vrittis (waves) 57
3 The Place of Prana and Apana and their Kriyas 57
4 The Necessity of Having a Guru 59
5 The Rules to Adopt for the Success in Yoga 60
6 The Tantrik way of Practicing Pranayam 61
7 The Yoga is a Spiritual Discipline 64
8 The Definition of Yoga 65
9 The Pranayam 66
10 How the Word Pranayam is Produced 66
11 What is Prana? 67
12 What is Ayam? 68
13 Three Parts in Practicing Pranayam 68
14 Types of Kumbhaka 68
15 Types of Pranayam 69
16 The Difference Between the Vedic Pranayam and the Kriya Pranayam 70
17 The Mantras 71
18 The Tantra and The Yoga 73
19 The Beginning Stage of Yoga (1) (Arambhabastha) 77
20 The Steps of Winning the Air - bayu (Breath) 81
21 The Means of Removing the Hindrances of Yoga Practice 83
22 The Means of Destruction of Merits (punya) and Demerits (pap), as well as Receiving the Powers (bibhuti) 83
23 The Happening Stage of Yoga (2) (Ghatabastha) 85
24 The Familiarity Stage of Yoga (3) (Parichayabastha) and Entering into Other's Body (Parakayavyuha 87
25 The Law of Providence 88
26 The Final Stage of Yoga (4) (Nispatabastha) 90
27 The Means of Curing Diseases 91
28 Drinking the Air (Bayu) Placing the Tongue in the Head (Talu) 91
29 Drinking the Air (Bayu) by the Sitali Mudra (The Cooling Kriya) 91
30 Inhaling the Five Kinds of Air by Other Processes 92
31 Curing the Diseases and Receiving the Powers (Bibhuti) 93
32 The Discussion on the Yoga Postures and their Differences: Asan kathan 0 tadbheda varnan 94
33 (1) The Siddhasan - The Posture of Success 94
34 (2) The Aggressive Posture and Raising the West Respectively, Ugrasana 0 Paschimottanasan 97
Chapter 4 Discussion on the Mudra (Kriya) (The Mudra Kathan) 99-145
1 The Yoni Mudra and its Results 99
2 The Yoni Mudra According to the Science of the Original Kriya Yoga 105
3 Ten Different Kinds of Mudra Are Necessary to Practice to Please Kundalini 108
4 The Names ofTen Mudras (Kriyas) 108
5 The Maha Mudra and its Results 109
6 The Mahabandha and its Results 113
7 The Mahabedha and its Results 114
8 The Necessity of the Three Mudras (Maha Mudra, Mahabandha, and Mahabedha) 115
9 The Khechari Mudra and its Results 116
10 The Khechari Mudra or the Talabya Kriya in the Original Kriya yoga 119
11 The Jalandharbandha and its Results 124
12 The Mulabandha and its Results 125
13 The Biparitkarani Mudra (Reversing) and its Results 126
14 The Uddan Banddha and its Results 128
15 The Bajroli Mudra and its Results 129
16 The Tantriks of Bengal 133
17 The Yantra-Mantra-Tantra 134
18 In the Light of the Original Kriya Science 139
19 The Amaroli and the Sahajoli Mudra 140
20 The Advice on the Amaroli Mudra 140
21 The Advice on the Sahajoli Mudra 141
22 The Advice on the Unified Way to Practice the Bajroli, the Amaroli, and the Sahajoli Mudra 141
23 The Saktichalan Mudra and its Results 143
Chapter 5 The Discussion of the Science of Yoga (The Yoga Bigjnan Varnan) 146-218
1 The Obstructions of Enjoyments (Bhogarupa) 146
2 The Dharma (Religion) is Obstructions 148
3 The Obstructions of Knowledge (Jnanrup Bighna) 149
4 The Obstructions From Eating (Bhojanrup bighna) 150
5 The Means of Attaining Attunement in Oneness (Samadhi) Soon 150
6 The Four Kinds of Yoga, the Four Kinds of Seekers and the Description of the Four Yogas 151
7 The Description of the Four Kinds of Seekers (Sadhaka chatustay) 152
8 (1) The Sign of the Beginner (Mridu Sadhak) and his Quality of Deserving (Adhikari) 152
9 (2) The Sign of the Middle (Madhyam Sadhak) and his Quality of Deserving (Adhikari 153
10 (3) The Sign of the Intermediate (Atimatra Sadhak) and his Quality of Deserving (A dhikari) 153
11 (4) The Sign of the Finalist (Atimatratama Sadhak) and his Quality of Deserving (Adhikari) 154
12 Worshiping One's Image and its Results (Pratikopasana o tatphal) 156
13 Seeing the Self and the Means of Inquiring Into the Inner Sound (Atma sakshatkar 0 Nadanusandhanerupay) 158
14 Seeing the Self and the Quest of the Inner Sound 158
15 In the Original Kriya yoga 158
16 The Rules of Accepting the Yoga Discipline 161
17 The Means of Success of Breath - Bayu Siddhir Upaya 162
18 The Fast Results Producing Yoga and the Means of Getting Rid of Hunger and Thirst 163
19 The Means of Tranquilizing the Heart (Chitta Sthairjya Upaya) 163
20 The Means of Seeing the Radiant Light (Jyotirmoy darsan) 164
21 Meditation on Voidness and its Results (Sunnyadhyan 0 Tatphal) 164
22 Seeing the Light at the Tip ofthe Nose 165
23 Seeing the Light Focusing on the Area Between the Eyebrows 165
24 Meditation Lying on the Ground on Flat Position (like a dead corpse) and its Results 165
25 Seeing the Light by Focusing Between the Eyebrows 166
26 The Science of Six Centers and Meditation The Science of Six Centers and the Nervous System 166
27 The Description of the Coccygeal Center (the Muladhar Barnan) 167
28 The Results of Meditation on the Coccygeal Center (the Muladhara) 171
29 The Results of Meditation on the Sacral Center (the Swadhisthana) 173
30 The Results of Meditation on the Lumbar Center (the Manipura) 174
31 The Results of Meditation on the Dorsal Center (the Anahata) 175
32 The Results of Meditation on the Cervical Center (the Bisuddhakhya) 177
33 The Results of Meditation on the Medulla Oblongata Center (the Ajna) and the Description of Ida, Pingala, and Susumna 178
34 According to the Kriya Yoga 181
35 The Results of Meditation on the Thousand Petal Center (the Sahasrar) 182
36 The Description of the Thousand Petals (the Sahasrar), Meditation, the Raja Yoga, the Spinal Cord, the Power of the Kundalini and the Aperture (Brahmarandhra) 187
37 The Kriya Kundalini - Pranayam 192
38 The Location of the Moon at the Thousand Petal and its Meditation 201
39 The Results of Meditation of the Moon Inside the Thousand Petal Center (the Sahasrar) 202
40 The Description of the Thousand Petals (the Sahasrar) and the Results of its Meditation 203
41 The Raja Yoga and its Results 205
42 The Rajadhiraj Yoga and Advice on How to Practice 206
43 The Description of Sadhana (Meditation) with the Mantra 212
44 The Rules of Chanting Mantra 212
45 The Results of the Chanting of Mantra 213
46 The Conclusion (the Upasanhar) 216
  Part-2: The Satha Chakra  
  The Six Centers: According to Tantra 219-252
1 The Adhar Padma (the Root) - the Coccygeal Center 224
2 The Swadhisthan Padma - the Sacral Center 229
3 The Manipur Padma - the Lumbar Center 232
4 The Anahat Padma - the Dorsal Center 234
5 The Bisuddhakhya Padma - the Cervical Center 238
6 The Ajna Padma - In Between the Eyebrows Center 241
7 The Sahasrar Padma - the Thousand Petal Center 245
  The Six Centers: According to The Kriya 253-292
1 The Names of the Breaths 256
2 Description of the Diagram of the six center 258
3 Explanation of the Chakras 261
4 Description of the Chakras 267
5 The Adhar Padma (the Root) - the Coccygeal Center 267
6 The Swadhisthan Padma - the Sacral Center 270
7 The Manipur Padma - the Lumbar Center 272
8 The Anahat Padma - the Dorsal Center 276
9 The Bisuddhakhya Padma - the Cervical Center 281
10 The Ajna Padma - In Between the Eyebrows Center 285
11 The Sahasrar Padma - the Thousand Petal Center 286
12 The Kula Kundalini. 288
  Part-3: The Brahma Sanghita  
  The Brahma Sanghita 293-308

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Introduction to the Author

The following letter is one of eighty-one letters written by Swami Satyananda Giri to the author during his monastic training from 1950 to 1971. Swami Satyananda Giri was initiated by Hangsa Swami Kebalananda and he was the chief monastic disciple and spiritual successor of Swami Sriyukteswar Giri in India.

Satyananda lived in the hermitages at the Karar Asram, Puri (from 1919 to 1921), at Ranchi (from 1922 to 1941), and at Sevayatan (from 1943 to 1971). When he was not at the hermitage, he would go around the country to help spiritual seekers from these hermitages and to visit other branches. He was a divine yogi, poet, musician, educationist and philanthropist. He held multiple positions and responsibilities as follows:

He was appointed "Asram Swami" (the monk of the hermitage) at Puri Karar Asram in 1921 by Sriyukteswar.

During the years 1922 to 1941, he was the principal of Ranchi Brahmacharya Vidyalaya (school). He was the founder and Executive Secretary General of Yogod a Sat Sanga (YSS) Society of India (1936 to 1941). He was a life member of YSS and the third president of Sadhu Sova (from 1952 to 1971), a society of Swamis, founded by his mentor Swami Sriyukteswar. In addition, he was the first president (from 1953 to 1971) of Sat Sang Mission, Sevayatan (Seva means "service," ayatan means "house"; Sevayatan, then, means "Service Center"). The hermitage Sevayatan, where Satyananda lived the last twenty seven years of hislife,offers many programs, such as a postgraduate teacher training college, junior technical school, boys' high school, basic education for boys, junior high school for girls, hospital with outdoor and indoor facilities, library, press, and a yoga temple. Some of these programs are financially sponsored by the State Government of West Bengal. The institutions mentioned are residential.

The author started his monastic training under Satyananda during his teen years, simultaneously continuing to study for eight years at Satyananda's brother disciple Paramhansa Yogananda's hermitage, YSS.

Satyananda was asked specifically by Babaji, the divine Himalayan Yogi, to train young Satyeswarananda, the author, in Kriya and to give appropriate monastic training. Later, the author lived several years with Babaji in the Himalayas to study further intricacies of Kriya Science.

 

Contents

 

I The Dedication V
II The List of Publication VII
III The List of Illustrations XVI
IV Introduction to the Author 1
V Handwritten Letter of Swami Satyananda 3
VI Mr. Sunil Kumar Ghosh 11
VII Notes - Complete Works of Lahiri Mahasay 13
VIII Letter from the University of Calcutta 13
  Part 1 : The Siva Sanghita  
Chapter 1 Advice on the Dissolution (Laya Prakaran) 15-39
1 Invocation - Mangalacharan 15
2 Introduction - Abataranika 16
3 Difference of Opinion of the Scriptures 16
4 All of These People Reincarnate Again and Again in This World 17
5 Determination of the Self 17
6 Bijnanbad, Sunyabad and Sankhya Opinion 18
7 According the Sankhya : Seswar O Niriswarabad 18
8 These Philosophers Incarnate in the World Again and Again 19
9 The Predominance of the Yoga Discipline - Pradhaanya 19
10 The Results and Demerits of the Jnankanda and Karmakanda 20
11 The Field of Action of Knowledge (Jnankanda vritanta) 22
12 The Description of Creation by Illusion (Maya) 31
Chapter 2 Advice on the Essence of Spirituality (Tattwa-jnan-upadesh ) 40-55
1 The Description of the Sun, the Moon, the Ocean and Others in the Physical Body (the Entire World in the Condensed Form) 40
2 The Description ofthe Main Nerves Among the Three Hundred Fifty Thousand in the Human Body 43
3 The Description of the Coccygeal Center the Muladhar Baman 45
4 The Description of the Other Nerves 48
5 The Place for Digesting Food 48
6 The Cause of Receiving the Physical Body 49
7 Liberation of the Individualjiva 52
8 The Conclusion 55
Chapter 3 The Practice of Yoga (Yogabhyasa) 56-98
1 The Place of Prana 56
2 The Name of Prana as per the vrittis (waves) 57
3 The Place of Prana and Apana and their Kriyas 57
4 The Necessity of Having a Guru 59
5 The Rules to Adopt for the Success in Yoga 60
6 The Tantrik way of Practicing Pranayam 61
7 The Yoga is a Spiritual Discipline 64
8 The Definition of Yoga 65
9 The Pranayam 66
10 How the Word Pranayam is Produced 66
11 What is Prana? 67
12 What is Ayam? 68
13 Three Parts in Practicing Pranayam 68
14 Types of Kumbhaka 68
15 Types of Pranayam 69
16 The Difference Between the Vedic Pranayam and the Kriya Pranayam 70
17 The Mantras 71
18 The Tantra and The Yoga 73
19 The Beginning Stage of Yoga (1) (Arambhabastha) 77
20 The Steps of Winning the Air - bayu (Breath) 81
21 The Means of Removing the Hindrances of Yoga Practice 83
22 The Means of Destruction of Merits (punya) and Demerits (pap), as well as Receiving the Powers (bibhuti) 83
23 The Happening Stage of Yoga (2) (Ghatabastha) 85
24 The Familiarity Stage of Yoga (3) (Parichayabastha) and Entering into Other's Body (Parakayavyuha 87
25 The Law of Providence 88
26 The Final Stage of Yoga (4) (Nispatabastha) 90
27 The Means of Curing Diseases 91
28 Drinking the Air (Bayu) Placing the Tongue in the Head (Talu) 91
29 Drinking the Air (Bayu) by the Sitali Mudra (The Cooling Kriya) 91
30 Inhaling the Five Kinds of Air by Other Processes 92
31 Curing the Diseases and Receiving the Powers (Bibhuti) 93
32 The Discussion on the Yoga Postures and their Differences: Asan kathan 0 tadbheda varnan 94
33 (1) The Siddhasan - The Posture of Success 94
34 (2) The Aggressive Posture and Raising the West Respectively, Ugrasana 0 Paschimottanasan 97
Chapter 4 Discussion on the Mudra (Kriya) (The Mudra Kathan) 99-145
1 The Yoni Mudra and its Results 99
2 The Yoni Mudra According to the Science of the Original Kriya Yoga 105
3 Ten Different Kinds of Mudra Are Necessary to Practice to Please Kundalini 108
4 The Names ofTen Mudras (Kriyas) 108
5 The Maha Mudra and its Results 109
6 The Mahabandha and its Results 113
7 The Mahabedha and its Results 114
8 The Necessity of the Three Mudras (Maha Mudra, Mahabandha, and Mahabedha) 115
9 The Khechari Mudra and its Results 116
10 The Khechari Mudra or the Talabya Kriya in the Original Kriya yoga 119
11 The Jalandharbandha and its Results 124
12 The Mulabandha and its Results 125
13 The Biparitkarani Mudra (Reversing) and its Results 126
14 The Uddan Banddha and its Results 128
15 The Bajroli Mudra and its Results 129
16 The Tantriks of Bengal 133
17 The Yantra-Mantra-Tantra 134
18 In the Light of the Original Kriya Science 139
19 The Amaroli and the Sahajoli Mudra 140
20 The Advice on the Amaroli Mudra 140
21 The Advice on the Sahajoli Mudra 141
22 The Advice on the Unified Way to Practice the Bajroli, the Amaroli, and the Sahajoli Mudra 141
23 The Saktichalan Mudra and its Results 143
Chapter 5 The Discussion of the Science of Yoga (The Yoga Bigjnan Varnan) 146-218
1 The Obstructions of Enjoyments (Bhogarupa) 146
2 The Dharma (Religion) is Obstructions 148
3 The Obstructions of Knowledge (Jnanrup Bighna) 149
4 The Obstructions From Eating (Bhojanrup bighna) 150
5 The Means of Attaining Attunement in Oneness (Samadhi) Soon 150
6 The Four Kinds of Yoga, the Four Kinds of Seekers and the Description of the Four Yogas 151
7 The Description of the Four Kinds of Seekers (Sadhaka chatustay) 152
8 (1) The Sign of the Beginner (Mridu Sadhak) and his Quality of Deserving (Adhikari) 152
9 (2) The Sign of the Middle (Madhyam Sadhak) and his Quality of Deserving (Adhikari 153
10 (3) The Sign of the Intermediate (Atimatra Sadhak) and his Quality of Deserving (A dhikari) 153
11 (4) The Sign of the Finalist (Atimatratama Sadhak) and his Quality of Deserving (Adhikari) 154
12 Worshiping One's Image and its Results (Pratikopasana o tatphal) 156
13 Seeing the Self and the Means of Inquiring Into the Inner Sound (Atma sakshatkar 0 Nadanusandhanerupay) 158
14 Seeing the Self and the Quest of the Inner Sound 158
15 In the Original Kriya yoga 158
16 The Rules of Accepting the Yoga Discipline 161
17 The Means of Success of Breath - Bayu Siddhir Upaya 162
18 The Fast Results Producing Yoga and the Means of Getting Rid of Hunger and Thirst 163
19 The Means of Tranquilizing the Heart (Chitta Sthairjya Upaya) 163
20 The Means of Seeing the Radiant Light (Jyotirmoy darsan) 164
21 Meditation on Voidness and its Results (Sunnyadhyan 0 Tatphal) 164
22 Seeing the Light at the Tip ofthe Nose 165
23 Seeing the Light Focusing on the Area Between the Eyebrows 165
24 Meditation Lying on the Ground on Flat Position (like a dead corpse) and its Results 165
25 Seeing the Light by Focusing Between the Eyebrows 166
26 The Science of Six Centers and Meditation The Science of Six Centers and the Nervous System 166
27 The Description of the Coccygeal Center (the Muladhar Barnan) 167
28 The Results of Meditation on the Coccygeal Center (the Muladhara) 171
29 The Results of Meditation on the Sacral Center (the Swadhisthana) 173
30 The Results of Meditation on the Lumbar Center (the Manipura) 174
31 The Results of Meditation on the Dorsal Center (the Anahata) 175
32 The Results of Meditation on the Cervical Center (the Bisuddhakhya) 177
33 The Results of Meditation on the Medulla Oblongata Center (the Ajna) and the Description of Ida, Pingala, and Susumna 178
34 According to the Kriya Yoga 181
35 The Results of Meditation on the Thousand Petal Center (the Sahasrar) 182
36 The Description of the Thousand Petals (the Sahasrar), Meditation, the Raja Yoga, the Spinal Cord, the Power of the Kundalini and the Aperture (Brahmarandhra) 187
37 The Kriya Kundalini - Pranayam 192
38 The Location of the Moon at the Thousand Petal and its Meditation 201
39 The Results of Meditation of the Moon Inside the Thousand Petal Center (the Sahasrar) 202
40 The Description of the Thousand Petals (the Sahasrar) and the Results of its Meditation 203
41 The Raja Yoga and its Results 205
42 The Rajadhiraj Yoga and Advice on How to Practice 206
43 The Description of Sadhana (Meditation) with the Mantra 212
44 The Rules of Chanting Mantra 212
45 The Results of the Chanting of Mantra 213
46 The Conclusion (the Upasanhar) 216
  Part-2: The Satha Chakra  
  The Six Centers: According to Tantra 219-252
1 The Adhar Padma (the Root) - the Coccygeal Center 224
2 The Swadhisthan Padma - the Sacral Center 229
3 The Manipur Padma - the Lumbar Center 232
4 The Anahat Padma - the Dorsal Center 234
5 The Bisuddhakhya Padma - the Cervical Center 238
6 The Ajna Padma - In Between the Eyebrows Center 241
7 The Sahasrar Padma - the Thousand Petal Center 245
  The Six Centers: According to The Kriya 253-292
1 The Names of the Breaths 256
2 Description of the Diagram of the six center 258
3 Explanation of the Chakras 261
4 Description of the Chakras 267
5 The Adhar Padma (the Root) - the Coccygeal Center 267
6 The Swadhisthan Padma - the Sacral Center 270
7 The Manipur Padma - the Lumbar Center 272
8 The Anahat Padma - the Dorsal Center 276
9 The Bisuddhakhya Padma - the Cervical Center 281
10 The Ajna Padma - In Between the Eyebrows Center 285
11 The Sahasrar Padma - the Thousand Petal Center 286
12 The Kula Kundalini. 288
  Part-3: The Brahma Sanghita  
  The Brahma Sanghita 293-308

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