The influence of the mysterious Himalayan Mahayogi Mahamunibar Babaji is well known in every corner of the world. He kept his reincarnated body through Kayakalpa, yogic process; as a result, his body is above the rules of nature. So he moves very easily from planet to planet to serve the advanced spiritual seekers who need his service in their spiritual pursuits. The present author is an eyewitness of this fact because Babaji frequently visited him at Dunagiri Hills, Himalayas, coming down from the sky above the forest of Dunagiri to the author's holy hut or the temple of Silence.
In 1861, he brought his dear disciple, Sri Shyama Charan Lahiri to the Vaisnabi Sakti Pith, Dunagiri Hills, Himalayas, where he had meditated in the cave in his previous life and through him, Mahamunibar Babaji revealed again the Original Kriya Yoga. His dear disciple became world-famous as Yogiraj Lahiri Mahasay who happened to be the greatest secret householder Yogi of the century. Again, Mahamunibar Babaji brought another of his dear disciples, the current author, Swami Satyeswarananda Vidyaratna Babaji, to the Vaisnabi Sakti Pith, Dunagiri Hills, Himalayas, where he too meditated in the cave in his previous life and through him, revealed the higher Kriyas and Puma Yoga.
In this current tiny booklet the invaluable advice of Mahamunibar Babaji, Lahiri Mahasay's garland of 108 advice and the current author's advice written in a spiritual diary for an entire year at Dunagiri Hills, Himalayas, are altogether published at the repeated requests of many Kriyanwits/Kriyanwitas for their benefit. A separate version is published in Bengali for the Bengali seekers, especially for the Bengali Kriyanwits/ Kriyanwitas. It is hoped that this tiny book will be helpful in their spiritual endeavors.
|Essence of Kriya Synoptic Advice of|
|1||Mahayogi Mahamuni Babaji||1|
|2||Lahiri Mahasay, the Polestar of Kriya||9|
|3||Swami Satyeswarananda Vidyaratna Babaji||31|
Item Code: NAL022 Author: Swami Satyeswaranada Cover: Hardcover Edition: 2004 Publisher: The Sanskrit Classics, Publisher ISBN: 9781877854385 Language: English Size: 5.5 inch x 4.0 inch Pages: 88 Other Details: Weight of the book: 50 gms