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1. Tejabindu Upanisad,
2. Dhyanabindu Upanisad,
3. Amritabindu Upanisad,
4. Niralamba Upanisad, and
5. Taitariya Upanisad.

Salient points in the life of Vidyaratna Babaji

Vidyaratna Babaji (Swami Satyeswarananda Maharaj) was educated as a resident student for eight years in the hermitage school.
He learned Kirya from Swami Satyananda with whom he was closely associated for long twenty years.
Graduated from the University of Calcutta with a B. A. Philosophy honors, received an M.A. in philosophy specializing in Vedanta philosophy, concurrently received a LL.B.(Law) degree, and also worked for Ph.D. program.
He was a professor of law and an advocate (attorney).
He entered into the order of Swami with the blessings of Jagatguru Sankaracharya Swami Krishna Tirtha Bharati of Puri Gobardhan Math and Bidyananda Presided over the ceremony.
He lived in a small hut for twelve (12) years in Dunagiri Hill, Himalayas; sometimes with Mahamuni Babaji who frequently visited him.
Suddenly, without taking a vow, he observed Continuous Silence... (akhanda mouna) for three long years and was known as silent sage, Mouni Baba, Mouni Swami.
In 1974, he received "Kriya Sutra" the message of Mahamuni Babaji at Dunagiri Hill Himalayas.
In 1975, at the instruction of Babaji, he toured the world and lectured in European countries.
In 1976, Mahamuni Babaji initiated him into Purna Kriya in the Himalayas and commissioned him to re-establish the Original Kriya.
In 1982, Mahamuni Babaji sent Vidyaratna Babaji to America. He was lived in America ever since.
He has authored more than forty-five (45) books. Some of them are as follows:
1. Babaji and His Legacy,
2. The Divine incarnation
3. Biography of a Yogi, volume 1
4. Kriya: Finding the true path,
5. The six systems (Sara Darsan), and
6. The Holy Bible: In the light of Kriya.

As a sannyasi, he lives and stays alone; and eats meals prepared by himself (swapak). Like Mahamuni Babaji and Lahiri Mahasay, he is free of asrams, centers and organizations. As a servant of all (sakaler das) he serves only the qualified, since and serious seekers of truth form San Diego, California (U.S.A)

The Author's Note

We often hear the expression "the word of God." But what is "the word"? Grammatically, it is a combination of letters having a definite meaning, while spiritually, it means sound of Om. The Sanskrit term Sabda means "Sound" as well as "Word". Now the question is: What are the letters that constitute the "Word," or "Sound"?

Letters in Sanskrit mean Akshara (A, "no", kshara, "decaying"), which means "Eternity." In fact, each letter of Akshara means "Eternity."

Each letter of Akshara vibrates the Rhythms of pure consciousness, or eternity, through the atoms of inner light and inner sound, which are produced from the Rhythms (Chhanda) of the Sanskrit language.

To ordinary people, Sanskrit is an ancient Indian language. The word "Sanskrit" is the English word for Samaskrita. Literally, Samaskrit, consists of two words: Sama, meaning "equilibrium," and krit meaning "done." So, Samaskrita, or Sanskrit, spiritually means "the state of equilibrium consciousness." In other words, Sanskrit vibrates the eternal tranquility which is free from all disturbances.

So the Aksharas, that is, vibrations of Eternity, the Rhythms of pure consciousness, constitute the word, or sound of Om; and the atoms of inner light and inner sound carry them, or reflect them, through printed letters and words.

If we are to realize anything, we have to perceive the Rhythms of pure consciousness through the rates, vibrations, and atoms of inner light and sound. Only then, can we bypass the trap of concepts, meanings, thought and intellect, which are definitely obstacles to inner realization.

That is why the personal relationship (Guru-Param-Para) became a tradition among the realized sages of the past and was prescribed by the Holy Scriptures in the Upanisad.

If we scan the word Upanisad, we see that Upa means "sitting" and nisad means "near." Thus, the very word Upanisad specifics personal relationship. In ancient time, the disciples sat near the Guru to learn their discipline and realize the supreme self, and some of these teachings were recorded by learned and realized disciples, who presented them in the form of holy books called Upanisads.

Lahiri Mahasay made commentaries on the Upanisads in the light of Kriya, especially from the vibrational point of view. He scanned the letters, or Aksharas, of each Word or sound and related them and their rates of Rhythms of pure consciousness in the light of Kriya. This is the unique contribution of Lahiri Mahasay to the world of scriptures. These Upanisadas have remained obscure to many seekers of Truth.

The Tejabindu Upanisad is one typical example of Lahiri Mahasay's unipue contribution of scanning the words into letters (Akshara) while rendering the Kriya perspective and context, which represent the rates, Rhythms and Vibrations of Teja (the mystic energy) from within.

The Tejabindu Upanisad, though a tiny book, is an important Upanisad to many seekers. The author adds notes either in brackets or italics and annotates the difficult portions, which the seekers may find helpful.

Most of these valuable materials were kept secret since 1891, published only in the Sankrit and Bengali languages first due to orthodox feeling and later due to the evil intentions of organizations which purposely kept them away from the seekers to Truth for fear they would threaten their vested interests and security.

(It should be noted her that the great master and father of Kriya himself had specifically emphasized that organizations must not grow up around the Kriya teachings which were to be passed down solely through the sacred Master- disciple relationship, Guru-param- Para).

At the instructions of Mahamuni Babaji, the divine Guru of Lahiri Mahasay, the author now for the first time unlocks these valuable materials to the world community and to the seekers of Truth.

Contents

1Dedicationv
2 Books by the authorvii
3The authors Noteviii
4Notes on the Revised Second editonviii
5List Illustrationsx
6Babaji's Instruction for Kriya Initiationxii
7Lahiri Mahasay's Instruction for Kriya Initiationxii
6The fundamental points of Kriyaxiii
7The order of Progression to achieve eternal realizationxiii
8S.K Ghosh's Handwritten letter to the authorxiv
9S.K. Ghosh's letter to the Authorxv
10Benedition by Swami Satyeswrananda Vidyaratna Babajixvi
The Upanisads
Introduction1
The first Publisher's Note in Bengali script2
The first Publisher's note in English version3
The author's note5
Invocation8
Tejabindu Upanisad9
Dhyanabindu Upanisad27
Amritabindu Upanisad43
Niralamba Upanisad73
Preface by the author80
Taitiriya Upanisad84
About the author125

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1. Tejabindu Upanisad,
2. Dhyanabindu Upanisad,
3. Amritabindu Upanisad,
4. Niralamba Upanisad, and
5. Taitariya Upanisad.

Salient points in the life of Vidyaratna Babaji

Vidyaratna Babaji (Swami Satyeswarananda Maharaj) was educated as a resident student for eight years in the hermitage school.
He learned Kirya from Swami Satyananda with whom he was closely associated for long twenty years.
Graduated from the University of Calcutta with a B. A. Philosophy honors, received an M.A. in philosophy specializing in Vedanta philosophy, concurrently received a LL.B.(Law) degree, and also worked for Ph.D. program.
He was a professor of law and an advocate (attorney).
He entered into the order of Swami with the blessings of Jagatguru Sankaracharya Swami Krishna Tirtha Bharati of Puri Gobardhan Math and Bidyananda Presided over the ceremony.
He lived in a small hut for twelve (12) years in Dunagiri Hill, Himalayas; sometimes with Mahamuni Babaji who frequently visited him.
Suddenly, without taking a vow, he observed Continuous Silence... (akhanda mouna) for three long years and was known as silent sage, Mouni Baba, Mouni Swami.
In 1974, he received "Kriya Sutra" the message of Mahamuni Babaji at Dunagiri Hill Himalayas.
In 1975, at the instruction of Babaji, he toured the world and lectured in European countries.
In 1976, Mahamuni Babaji initiated him into Purna Kriya in the Himalayas and commissioned him to re-establish the Original Kriya.
In 1982, Mahamuni Babaji sent Vidyaratna Babaji to America. He was lived in America ever since.
He has authored more than forty-five (45) books. Some of them are as follows:
1. Babaji and His Legacy,
2. The Divine incarnation
3. Biography of a Yogi, volume 1
4. Kriya: Finding the true path,
5. The six systems (Sara Darsan), and
6. The Holy Bible: In the light of Kriya.

As a sannyasi, he lives and stays alone; and eats meals prepared by himself (swapak). Like Mahamuni Babaji and Lahiri Mahasay, he is free of asrams, centers and organizations. As a servant of all (sakaler das) he serves only the qualified, since and serious seekers of truth form San Diego, California (U.S.A)

The Author's Note

We often hear the expression "the word of God." But what is "the word"? Grammatically, it is a combination of letters having a definite meaning, while spiritually, it means sound of Om. The Sanskrit term Sabda means "Sound" as well as "Word". Now the question is: What are the letters that constitute the "Word," or "Sound"?

Letters in Sanskrit mean Akshara (A, "no", kshara, "decaying"), which means "Eternity." In fact, each letter of Akshara means "Eternity."

Each letter of Akshara vibrates the Rhythms of pure consciousness, or eternity, through the atoms of inner light and inner sound, which are produced from the Rhythms (Chhanda) of the Sanskrit language.

To ordinary people, Sanskrit is an ancient Indian language. The word "Sanskrit" is the English word for Samaskrita. Literally, Samaskrit, consists of two words: Sama, meaning "equilibrium," and krit meaning "done." So, Samaskrita, or Sanskrit, spiritually means "the state of equilibrium consciousness." In other words, Sanskrit vibrates the eternal tranquility which is free from all disturbances.

So the Aksharas, that is, vibrations of Eternity, the Rhythms of pure consciousness, constitute the word, or sound of Om; and the atoms of inner light and inner sound carry them, or reflect them, through printed letters and words.

If we are to realize anything, we have to perceive the Rhythms of pure consciousness through the rates, vibrations, and atoms of inner light and sound. Only then, can we bypass the trap of concepts, meanings, thought and intellect, which are definitely obstacles to inner realization.

That is why the personal relationship (Guru-Param-Para) became a tradition among the realized sages of the past and was prescribed by the Holy Scriptures in the Upanisad.

If we scan the word Upanisad, we see that Upa means "sitting" and nisad means "near." Thus, the very word Upanisad specifics personal relationship. In ancient time, the disciples sat near the Guru to learn their discipline and realize the supreme self, and some of these teachings were recorded by learned and realized disciples, who presented them in the form of holy books called Upanisads.

Lahiri Mahasay made commentaries on the Upanisads in the light of Kriya, especially from the vibrational point of view. He scanned the letters, or Aksharas, of each Word or sound and related them and their rates of Rhythms of pure consciousness in the light of Kriya. This is the unique contribution of Lahiri Mahasay to the world of scriptures. These Upanisadas have remained obscure to many seekers of Truth.

The Tejabindu Upanisad is one typical example of Lahiri Mahasay's unipue contribution of scanning the words into letters (Akshara) while rendering the Kriya perspective and context, which represent the rates, Rhythms and Vibrations of Teja (the mystic energy) from within.

The Tejabindu Upanisad, though a tiny book, is an important Upanisad to many seekers. The author adds notes either in brackets or italics and annotates the difficult portions, which the seekers may find helpful.

Most of these valuable materials were kept secret since 1891, published only in the Sankrit and Bengali languages first due to orthodox feeling and later due to the evil intentions of organizations which purposely kept them away from the seekers to Truth for fear they would threaten their vested interests and security.

(It should be noted her that the great master and father of Kriya himself had specifically emphasized that organizations must not grow up around the Kriya teachings which were to be passed down solely through the sacred Master- disciple relationship, Guru-param- Para).

At the instructions of Mahamuni Babaji, the divine Guru of Lahiri Mahasay, the author now for the first time unlocks these valuable materials to the world community and to the seekers of Truth.

Contents

1Dedicationv
2 Books by the authorvii
3The authors Noteviii
4Notes on the Revised Second editonviii
5List Illustrationsx
6Babaji's Instruction for Kriya Initiationxii
7Lahiri Mahasay's Instruction for Kriya Initiationxii
6The fundamental points of Kriyaxiii
7The order of Progression to achieve eternal realizationxiii
8S.K Ghosh's Handwritten letter to the authorxiv
9S.K. Ghosh's letter to the Authorxv
10Benedition by Swami Satyeswrananda Vidyaratna Babajixvi
The Upanisads
Introduction1
The first Publisher's Note in Bengali script2
The first Publisher's note in English version3
The author's note5
Invocation8
Tejabindu Upanisad9
Dhyanabindu Upanisad27
Amritabindu Upanisad43
Niralamba Upanisad73
Preface by the author80
Taitiriya Upanisad84
About the author125
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