Kriya Yoga Paramahansa Yogananda: How to Practice Kriya Yoga Correctly

Practice Meditation - Yogananda Paramahansa
Practice Meditation - Yogananda Paramahansa
Kriya Yoga (क्रिया योग) is described by its practitioners as the ancient Yoga system revived in modern times by Mahavatar Babaji through his disciple Lahiri Mahasaya, c. 1861. Kriya Yoga was brought to international awareness by Paramahansa Yogananda's book Autobiography of a Yogi and through Yogananda's introductions of the practice to the west from 1920. Kriya Yoga is the "Yoga of Practice".

Experiencing the divinity within our own souls, claiming divine joy as our own joy — this is what the Kriya Yoga teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda offer to each of us.

The sacred science of Kriya Yoga consists of advanced techniques of meditation whose devoted practice leads to realization of God and liberation of the soul from all forms of bondage. It is the royal or supreme technique of yoga, divine union.



Benefits of Meditation

The benefits of meditation are multiple. Through regular practice, subtle transformations take place in one’s body, mind, and inmost consciousness. Some of these benefits are experienced right away; others unfold progressively and may take more time to become apparent.
  • Inner peace is one of the first fruits of meditation. Along with that come greater clarity, understanding, and guidance from within.
  • Meditation brings objectivity and intuitive knowledge of how to address the problems that arise in the course of daily life. It improves one’s concentration and efficiency, and one's attitude toward work.
  • It brings greater harmony and joy to relationships and family life, awakening the capacity to give — and receive — unconditional love.
  • It harmonises the life forces in the body, removing harmful stress and promoting health and vitality.
  • Most importantly, it helps to attune one’s consciousness to the Divine, bestowing an unshakable inward happiness and security amidst all circumstances of life.
These results come with sincere effort and by mobilising the will to continue striving until one finds the ultimate goal in life — ever new bliss and union with God through Self-realization.

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Quotes
“Even though you may be able to do everything else but meditate, you will never find joy to equal that which comes when the thoughts are silent and your mind is tuned to the peace of God.”
— Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda, 

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