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- Nirvana Deeksha/Initiation
Ultimate Consecration of the Soul, also called Shambhavi Deeksha There are many different types, levels of initiations. You might have heard some of them like Mantra Initiation, Yantra Initiation, Tantra Initiation, Shaktipath etc. Only few might have heard about Nirvana Initiation, also known as Shambhavi Deeksha. As per #Agamas (Ancient Hindu Scriptures), Initiation/Deeksha is the consecration of the Soul. That is what helps you (#Jeevatma) to pursue Spiritual Journey towards Self-Realization. That is what helps you see delusional nature (Maya) of this relative reality. That is what helps you realize the Ultimate Truth/Shiva/Brahm/Christ Consciousness. Note that, not every Guru believes in Initiating you, some believe you should be able to lit the fire within you by yourself. At least once, if you can't ignite yourself, what is the guaranty that you will be able to keep the ignition on for so long. Also note that Initiation is not a one-time thing/event until you have been given Nirvana Initiation, or you have attained the Pure Consciousness state permanently. Until you have started living as a Soul/Pure Consciousness/Atma, you may be initiated many times. Yes, for some disciples like me, one Shaktipath initiation is all that is needed. So, if you are going for a second Shaktipath initiation, ask yourself first what happened to the first one? How far did you reach? How much internal work you have done within? How much time have you dedicated to your own spiritual journey? How serious are you about yourself? Do you have hidden agendas on the name of spiritual journey? Is it about powers/siddhis? It is also possible that you may not have received the Shaktipath from a Self-Realized Guru and hence in this case going for the Initiation from a Self-Realized one is necessary. What type/level of initiation you should be given should be solely at Guru's discretion. You don't know at what level you are, at what point in your journey you are stuck at, which rest area you are wasting time at. So, let Guru decide that. No initiation ever goes waste. The power of Initiation is always with you because it's about removing that innate impurity of the Soul/Consciousness which brought Soul (Atma) in existence by separating it, veiling it in the first place from the Supreme Consciousness (Paramatma). You may take tens of bodies in hundreds of years, still, the power, intensity of any type/level of initiation is never lost. Initiations do not require the physical presence of the Guru and the disciple/receiver. Initiations are not for the physical body, hence your body need not be present in front of the Guru. Initiations are for the Soul, for the Consciousness that you are, and Guru is the Supreme Consciousness himself/herself and of the size of the Cosmos, Infinity. You think of physical presence only because you are still identified with your body and it gives you more psychological satisfaction. You can read more about Mantra Initiation and Shaktipath here. Type/Level of Initiation It is about you, your receptivity, as much as it is about the power/Shakti. Ultimately, what can cause a breakthrough in you as of now is what matters. Where you need a needle, a sword is useless. Yes, Mantra Initiation is much less powerful than Shaktipath, but that's what you may be able to handle for now. A guru cannot fuse the 25 watts light bulb that you are as of now, through his 10,000-watt power/Shakti. The higher the Shakti, the higher the degree of commitment to your own spiritual path. Higher the degree of #Vairagya/#Renunciation in your mind, higher the level of Initiation. Higher the intensity of you burning within, higher the level of Shakti that you can be given. #Mantra, #Yantra and lower level of #Tantra are all "external ritual" based initiations. Where a receiver/person is asked to do something externally. Like Japa, Pooja, Anushthan, Yagya, Rituals etc. Such a person is a newbie on Spiritual Path, a youngster who has just started or has got the desire to start. Higher/Deeper levels of Tantra & #Shaktipath is for more serious seekers. Sadhana for these is internal. It's about working upon yourself, your vasanas, your blockages, your ego/aham, your body, mind, emotions, your chakras and a whole lot that you think is you. It's about directly awakening your Kundalini Shakti. Regardless of through which path (Jnana, Kriya, Bhakti, Karma Yoga) or Initiation, you reach the end (Self-Realization), ultimately, your #Kundalini is awakened. So these type/levels of Initiations are about #Shakti #Awakening, balancing the Feminine & Masculine within. This is a serious work, demanding full dedication and renunciation within, and is geared towards your energy/Shakti and Vasanas, Blockages that are in your mind/emotions (4th-dimensional body). Which can be removed through Kriya/Kundalini Yog along with Self-Enquiry/Deep Introspection (Jnana/Gyan Yog). External rituals, Hatha Yog or Asanas are not needed. Nirvana Deeksha “When a Guru initiates & puts you into the Cosmic Consciousness, that is Nirvana Deeksha. This is the point of no-return. You surely will attain Nirvana! When is a question, you need to ask yourself. It's your life and it runs on your timeline.” Yes! While all other Initiations help you clear your blocks, awaken your Kundalini, see within, #Nirvana Deeksha directly puts you on the spot where you are trying to reach. While all other initiations are like taking a passenger bus which stops at every big and small bus stations, gets stuck in traffic, stops at traffic signals, rest-areas, Nirvana Deeksha is like disappearing from the starting place and appearing close to the destination. The result of living in Sahaja (with ease) after Self-Realization is Liberation/Nirvana/Moksha. When the Guru initiates you into Nirvana Deeksha it is about directly through ParaShakti (Unmanifest Supreme Power which creates AdiShakti/Primordial Power) changing your perception, transforming your personal/individual Consciousness into Cosmic Consciousness. This is the point of no-return, you will surely attain Nirvana in this lifetime, granted you are ready. Only the Self-Realized ones (living or dead for less than 140 years roughly) who are/were also Shaktas/Tantra Masters can give Nirvana Deeksha, not just any or every Guru or those who have had glimpses/awakening, breached Enlightenment or mystical experiences. Because this is the highest, the most powerful Initiation, direct #Samadhi, one must be really ready to receive this. This is given to very few by Self-Realized Gurus, as only very few are in such a deep receiving condition. Blessed are those! Ultimate Grace! Shaktipath is Shakti (Manifest) infused initiation, while Nirvana Deeksha is Shiva (Unmanifest) infused initiation. Free Flowing Shakti Self-Realized ones are the source of ultimate power/Shakti. Hence Shakti is free flowing through them. Whenever too many desirous people ask for Initiation, Self-Realized ones just touch on people's head, or forehead or third-eye or may do so in a distant mode and the Shakti flows through the Self-Realized one to the receiver/person. How much Shakti will flow through them and will be received by the person, depends upon the receptive capability of the receiver. Shakti cannot ever flow more than it should, it can never flow too little either. It's always as per the capacity of the receiver. So is this Shaktipath Initiation? No! It is not. Shaktipath Initiation is not just about giving you Shakti to awaken your Kundalini (Serpent Power), it is also about teaching you, giving you the Kriya that you need and then guiding you going forward. It's a serious commitment for the Guru as well. It's the most sacred bond. Once Guru gives Shaktipath to the disciple, an unseen golden bond is created between the two and the disciple is held in Guru's awareness always. Even when the Guru and/or disciple leave their body, the bond stays alive/active until the disciple is Self-Realized. Be Initiated No matter what you are or you are not able to do, if you wish to attain Moksha/Liberation sooner rather than later, then at least once in this human lifetime be initiated by a Self-Realized Guru/Tantra Master/Shakta. Shaktipath, Kriya Initiation was given to me by my #Guru #Lahiri #Mahasaya (great-grand guru of Paramhansa Yogananda) in my past life, and in this life, Self-Realization happened. After Enlightenment, for 7 months my Guru's Visions were guiding me and took me all the way to Self-Realization. See the power of sacred golden bond. तस्मै श्री गुरुवे नमः I can't stress the importance of Initiation by a Self-Realized Guru more than this. Be initiated! Jay Shivay! Prakriti
- Fear: A crippling disease
Why are some people fearful? How is fear created? Where does it come from? How to eliminate it? In spiritual scriptures, Fear is considered as a great human curse. It is a negative flow of energy that puts one into the bondage as opposed to liberation/Moksha/Nirvana. Fear is your worst enemy. Fear can assume various forms, like, fear of death, fear of disease, fear of public criticism, fear of losing your property or money, fear of losing a relationship, fear of losing love, fear of losing pride, etc. Fear afflicts many lives and makes people suffer. Different types of fears can play in your life at different times. Some people can bravely face an army on the battlefield, but they are afraid of public criticism, public opinion. Some people can fight the entire world but are fearful of disagreeing with their spouse. Some can face a tiger fearlessly in the forest, but they are afraid of the syringe in hospital. Some have a fear of physical losses, material losses, some have it for emotional losses, for their ego, pride, honour, personalities, identities. Some #fear time, past through painful memories and some fear time, future for unknown. The greatest of all is the Fear of Unknown! Fear in Sanskrit/Hindi is termed as #BHAYA and Fearlessness is termed as #ABHAYA. What creates Fear? Where does fear originates from? How to remove it? Fear is due to the #Vasana of #Moha (Attachment, Emotional Love - Love as you know). If you have attachment/emotional love/Moha with your physical body, you will be fearful of losing it, hurting it, being sick, afraid of diseases, criminals or anything that harms, destructs your body. If you have Moha with your personality as a Man/Woman, as an Employee/Professional, as a Parent, as a Sibling, as a Lover/Spouse/Friend etc then you will have Fear losing it, you will be fearful of anything that destroys your different personalities/identities and you will dance on the tunes of Expectations and Obligations and will disguise them as Responsibility. If you have Moha with your relationships, you will be fearful of losing them. If you have Moha with your money, your assets, properties then you will be fearful of losing them. Some people have Moha with their Freedom, some have it with their pleasures, comforts in life and accordingly, they have fears. Why one has Vasana of Moha? The Vasana of Moha is due to the delusion that someone/something is yours and can be lost, means someone/something belongs to you, and you can lose it. Only if you knew that no one and nothing ever belonged to you, and that even you did not belong to yourself and that you/your real Self, the Absolute is the only Truth that exists, there is no other, then the question of belonging itself doesn't arise. Only because you are not your Real Self, the Absolute/Brahm you go on playing with these delusions and are identified and attached with people, places and things only to find in the end, at the time of your death that you were born empty-handed and you will leave like that. There was nothing that ever belonged to you, and there never was a question of belonging as there was only #Absolute that ever existed and there was no other. Avidya/Agyan/Ignorance for Absolute/Self/That/Truth/Brahm is the cause for the Vasana of Moha which ultimately creates Fear. Hence in order to get rid of the fear one has to reduce Moha, through Spiritual Sadhana/Practices and apply Jnana/Wisdom in life to remove fears. One should get rid of all sorts of fears not just one or some. Adharma- Suffering Fear of Unknown and Fear, in general, makes people Lie, Cheat, Corrupt, Kill or do many crimes or Adharma (Non-Righteousness) that one is not supposed to do. Many people kill spiders, snakes not because they are harming, just because they are fearful. People are fearful of Truth. People are fearful of Wisdom/Truth about Life. People fear Awakening/Enlightenment/Self-Realization. People feared Buddha, Jesus, Socrates and so many more and killed, crucified them just because of their own fears. On one side people want an Avatar, a Savior, a Reincarnation to be born to save them but if they encounter one they run in totally opposite direction or faint, or live in disbelief, ignorance, denial and unacceptability. Only because they are fearful of the Power of Truth! Fear only brings suffering! Fearless - ABHAYA Two greatest Moha are: 1. Moha with physical body, Annamaya Kosha 2. Moha with Ego/I, I AM One of the greatest of all Moha is the Moha with Body (Annamaya Kosha). In other words, the Fear of Unknown arises because of the Moha with Body. The one who throws away the Annamaya Kosha through Spiritual Sadhana (Yoga) and/or Jnana/Wisdom is free from Fear. Those who do not carry their body in their mind and are detached from it are free from fears of all kinds. Such a person is ABHAYA - Fearless. There are many who are born Abhaya (Fearless) in this life. They are not afraid of anything at all. They do not fear known or unknown. They are the only right person (Adhikari) to know the Truth/Self/Absolute and have Wisdom of all that is known and unknown because they can handle it. They have the courage to make use of it. Abhaya is a Divine Quality and some are born with it. When one has removed the first Moha, with body, Annamaya Kosha then through spiritual sadhana one can remove the sense of I AM or "I" and that's when one is Self-Realized. All other Vasanas belong to this "I AM" or "I", all relationships, all Moha, all fears, all Koshas, all that you are not belong to this sense of "I" which in itself exists because of the Root Vasana of Ignorance/Avidya. Using Jnana/Wisdom one can remove Ego/Aham/I-Maker and can remove all identities and be free, be liberated. Many Gurus, Buddha, Shiva, Goddesses are shown in Abhaya Mudra, means in the pose of giving a boon of fearlessness, with their right hand up with open palm facing the receiver. Such a boon is a game-changer. Whenever a Guru raises their right-hand in Abhaya-mudra, another Truth/Wisdom beholder is born. It is considered as the boon of the highest value, or the best boon to have and to give. Every boon or good deed or good karma loses its power as the time goes by, but Abhaya is the only boon whose power increases over time. It's a living and breathing power which keeps on playing until one becomes the Source/Absolute/Self. May you all be Abhaya! Jay Shivay, Prakriti
- Moksha/Nirvana is not the pursuit of Panchakosha perfection
Boat is given to you to cross the river, not to start perfecting the boat and become a sailor. Spiritual Journey is not a pursuit of attaining perfection in any Kosha (Body/Sheath). Don't be stuck at one or more Koshas. Spiritual Journey for Moksha or Nirvana is not about - 1. Learning all the Asanas and perfecting many Yoga Postures. Making those Asanas the ultimate goal of your life. Fixing your eating, breathing, sleeping, cleaning and life to an extent that it seems your Physical Body is "the most" important thing for you. In other words, it is not about perfecting Annamaya Kosha. 2. Learning all possible Kriyas of the Kriya Yoga, all about 72,000 Nadis and all 114 Chakras and opening and balancing each one of them. The journey is not about raising Kundalini to play with the Powers of Astral Body and open chakras. It is not about doing Bhakti of Shakti for the sake of visions & powers. In other words, it is not about perfecting Pranamaya Kosha. 3. The spiritual journey is not about attaining 100% purity of emotions and 100% balance of Mind. Yes, "I-Thought" needs to die, but it doesn't mean you become all Love, Bliss & Peace before this happens. Yes, you will be using your emotions as tools later on, but that doesn't mean you focus too much on the Tools. You will have to wear your Ego again as a Costume after Self-Realization, but that doesn't mean you focus way too much on perfecting it because it's like spending too much time on your costume than the Real Thing. It is also not about fixing each and every Karma of yours, because Karma is nothing but the output of tools & costume. It is also not about surfing the waves of sweet-pleasant emotions of Bhakti at all times, because in the end whether it is a Bhakta or Shakta or a Bhogi, the Experiencer will be dead. In other words, it is not about perfecting Manomaya Kosha. 4. The spiritual journey is not about attaining all 8 to 18 Siddhis/Psychic Powers. They are not the prerequisite for Self-Realization or Moksha. If you develop and strengthen this Vigyanmaya Kosha a lot, then you stand a very heavy chance of creating mountain-load of Karma. This is the worst kind of attachment/trap. It is also not about gathering the knowledge about ALL possible sacred scriptures, texts, books, shlokas, mantras, Tantras, Yantras and all. 5. Spiritual Journey is also not about enjoying the bliss through Anandamaya Kosha for as many times as possible, as long as possible. The more perfection you attain the more attachment you are creating for yourself, which will be very hard to break later on and will actually defeat the purpose of Spiritual Journey. So you see, the perfection of all these Koshas is not the "aim". Aim or Goal of the spiritual journey is Moksha! You are given all these Koshas as a medium to reveal your True Self, to be Self-Realized. They are like a boat being given to you to cross the river. Imagine you intend to cross a river and you got a boat. But instead of crossing the river, you took the boat and started carving it, decorating it, perfecting it and then practising a lot in the river to sail it this way, that way and upside down and in few years you became a Boat Expert and/or Best Sailor. Means you did everything except crossing that goddamn river and be on the other side! How to know when it is too much? Very simple. When you start liking and enjoying your Sadhana! When your focus & attention starts going more on the pleasure, pleasantness, joy/bliss, love (sweetness of emotions) instead of your Vasanas, Karmic Lessons. Do not forget that each Sadhana/Spiritual Practice was given to you to fulfil a purpose, if it's done, leave the Sadhana. No need to keep doing it. If you don't know the purpose or expiry conditions of a spiritual practice, ask your Guru, Teacher who gave you that Sadhana. You might have been taught "to do the Sadhana". But you also need to know "when to stop doing it". When to leave it. There comes a time on Spiritual Journey when the only Sadhana that is needed is "not doing any Sadhana", Non-Doing, Dissolving the Doer, Surrendering!!! What if you have got an attachment with one or more Kosha & you are trapped? Well, now your Guru/Teacher have to be tricky with you :-) Many Gurus will do this - They will give you Sadhana & Teachings to strengthen another Kosha in you and then you will automatically leave the attachment of the other Kosha. For example, if someone is way head over heels about their beauty & physical appeal, then these type of Gurus will help their students develop & strengthen their mind or energy or something else so much that their beauty to them feels like something of no great importance. This is a "replacement of trap". Means earlier your trap was made up of Ebony and now it is made up of Sandal Wood. Many Gurus teach you to replace your negative thoughts with a positive one. Replace one thing with another. Well, it may look like a solution, but it never is. Real Gurus (Outer Sadh-Guru or Inner Guru - Trikuti) will "show" you, your own attachment by purifying your Intellect/Buddhi step by step. So that you start "seeing attachments/traps/hooks/cage". They give you Shakti to break the attachments. Once you start seeing them for what they really are and how they hold you back, you will leave them and also will never get caught in another one. Those who give you just Shakti but not Buddhi/Intellect to see the traps, then you may get into another one. So awakening/purifying your Buddhi is a very important step. This means all attachments/traps exists only until Buddhi/Intellect is not purified and Light of Wisdom is off. Once that Light is turned ON, everything appears the way it is. Attachments and Traps do not glitter like gold anymore, instead, are seen as such, a cage of thorns. One thing to remember here is that all that you can ever "experience" or "know" or "be" through any or all of your Kosha(s), is so limited in comparison to the #INFINITUDE that you will be once you break the traps of any and all Koshas. So, trust your own ability to break the barriers of all Koshas. Through your spiritual practices, you are becoming more and more Conscious, Aware of your different Koshas and knowing more and more about them not to fall in love with them, not to make them your home, but to break the boundary that they impose on you. Many Gurus can teach you Karma Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Bhakti Yoga. But Jnana (Gyan) Yoga can be taught effectively only by a Self-Realized Guru. In other words, only a Self-Realized Guru or Inner Guru Chakra - Trikuti can purify your Buddhi/Intellect. Many Gurus and people can touch/purify your Koshas, Shakti (Energy, Kundalini), Mind, Emotions, Power Center, Chakras and everything else, but only a Self-Realized Guru or Trikuti can teach you the purification of your Buddhi/Intellect. Buddhi/Intellect is that which "veils the truth". The truth of who we really are. It veils the "SELF". That veil is what we call Maya/Ignorance. After purification Buddhi/Intellect "transcends" and becomes MAHAT - Cosmic Intelligence and you become the Cosmic Being and finally you even break that boundary and just "be", only "SELF". TRUTH BITE Not all Self-Realized ones can do Hatha Yoga and all Asanas/Postures perfectly. Their physical body, habits, eating, sleeping, living, lifestyle is 100% Conscious, but may not be perfect. In other words, if someone's Annamaya Kosha is not perfect then that doesn't mean they are not Self-Realized. Yet in other words, the perfection of Annamaya Kosha is not the prerequisite for Self-Realization. Not all Self-Realized ones are adept in Kriya Yoga and the knowledge of Mudras, Kundalini, Chakras, Pranayama etc. Yes, technically Kundalini awakens, and their Pranamaya Kosha is 100% Conscious, but it is not necessary that the one who is Self-Realized has done some special Kundalini Sadhana and he/she may have blockages in certain Nadis/Chakras. Means perfection of Pranamaya Kosha is not the prerequisite for Self-Realization. In other words, if a Self-Realized one doesn't talk/teach/preach about Shakti/Kundalini and/or if they have blocked Nadis/Chakras, then that doesn't mean they are not Self-Realized. Not all Self-Realized ones are great in releasing Vasanas through Mental/Emotional Body, means Manomaya Kosha. And their emotional tools and ego costume may be really faulty, they may not be worldly-wise at all, they will feel and cry in love & pain of the entire cosmos, as their Manomaya Kosha is 100% Conscious. Just because they are in tears easily and make bad worldly choices doesn't mean they are not Self-Realized. The perfection of Manomaya Kosha is not the prerequisite for Self-Realization. Not all Self-Realized ones are Mystics as their Vigyanamaya Kosha may not have attained the height of perfection, it is 100% Conscious though. Having or not having Siddhis/Powers in no way is a measure for Self-Realization or the greatness of the Self-Realized one. Because the perfection of Vigyanmaya Kosha is not the prerequisite for Self-Realization. Everything around them works through the power of SELF and the power is applied wherever it is needed. Anandamaya Kosha is merged with the Cosmic Anandamaya Kosha, Supreme Consciousness, SELF. Hence Sat-Chit-Ananda is the very nature of a Self-Realized one, but may not be reflected as such if the Manomaya Kosha is not that developed or expressive, or may be reflected through their Physical body as a glow/light or through their Aura from Pranamaya Kosha. So not all Self-Realized ones may instantly, easily look like sailing in Love, Peace, Bliss. They are though, but it's just that it doesn't flow down to the lowest level to be visible through their Koshas. Some Self-Realized ones look crazy, furious instead. Their Anandamaya Kosha is 100% Conscious. But the display of Peace, Bliss, Love through Anandamaya Kosha or any other Kosha is not the criteria or prerequisite for Self-Realization. Not all Self-Realized ones have perfected all aspects of TRIKUTI (Guru Chakra) & VOID (Space of all previous Gurus & Wisdom) and hence may not become Guru to teach/preach the humanity. They may stay in Samadhi forever and live life in Sahaja but may not become a Guru for anyone or everyone. Mastering all these and/or becoming Guru is also not a prerequisite for Self-Realization. Becoming 100% Conscious of your Koshas and your whole existence is different than strengthening their abilities, powers. Being 100% Conscious is the requirement for Self-Realization. Being 100% powerful and perfect is NOT the criteria for Self-Realization. Self-Realized ones are 100% Conscious, they are not 100% Perfect. When you become Aware/Conscious of your Koshas, you break the boundaries, but if you perfect your Koshas then you fall in love with them. One thing that is the CRITERIA & PREREQUISITE, as well as a COMMON ground for every Self-Realized one, is - SELF-ILLUMINED BUDDHI/INTELLECT. In other words 100% Pure, Sattvik Buddhi. Buddhi is what makes one Buddha. Jay Shivay, Prakriti
- Shiva Kriya Yoga | Being Shiva Foundation
SHIVA KRIYA YOGA Beyond Sahasrara! Who you are not, exists below Sahasrara and who you are, is beyond Sahasrara. Who you are not; is what creates mental, emotional & physical suffering. Shiva Kriya Yoga starts with “who you are not” and goes beyond Sahasrara to help you blossom as to who you are! Starting with addressing your suffering, identifying your Vasanas (Chitta-Vritti), it leads you towards Pure Consciousness, more Awareness & complete well-be through a personalized solution plan. You learn to reduce and ultimately stop creating new Karma. It gives you a growth model to map your progress. Whether you are looking for Enlightenment, Self-Realization or complete well-being, Shiva Kriya Yoga helps you create the life your own way. It's a unique Program created by a combination of Kriya Yoga & Tantra to help you heal & move faster and safer on your Journey. Adiguru Prakriti, Get Started What is Shiva Kriya Yoga? Shiva Kriya Yoga is a path of Kriya Yoga with Tantra. T antra is the path of Shiva & Shakti. Humans have Iccha Shakti (Power of Desire to Begin), Kriya Shakti (Will Power to be Conscious) and Gyan Shakti (Power of Wisdom to Guide). Source of Shakti is the Shiva. Humans are powerless without these three Shakti that holds the Shiva (Source) within. When one practices Kriya Yoga with Mantra and Yantra (Sacred Geometry) using the Shakti & Shiva and Ubhaya principles within, then that is the Shiva Kriya Yoga . Tantra means Technical System. Through practices and discipline, the very life becomes Kriya (Being Conscious) for such a person and he/she evolves in leaps and bounds. Tantra adds healing, power and speed to one’s spiritual journey. You can be a Siddha and Buddha both, you do not have to choose one or the other. Shiva Kriya Yoga is a unique program created by Adiguru Prakriti, a combination of Kriya Yoga and Tantra to help you move safer and faster on your spiritual journey. Vedanta is the goal; Kriya & Tantra are the paths. 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Mahavatar Babaji was found by Gurudev Lahiri Mahasaya who initiated & taught Kriya sadhana to Adiguru Prakriti. Read More >> Kriya Yoga for Feminine You may be male or female, but if you have high feminine energy then Shiva Kriya yoga is most suited for you. You have the power to awaken your Kundalini and be a Siddha and Buddha both. If you are done playing with Bhakti path, then join the Kriya with Shakti. Read More >> A Word from Our Yogis There was a time when my soul was crying every moment and now I am helping people to live their life fully as a life coach. It’s only because of her & Padmé Tantra. This is like a roller – coaster journey and she is light in the dark. My Adiguru, I am blessed to have you in my life. Love You - Ananta Yogi Spiritual help from Adiguru & Padmé Tantra Program is making us wiser and our journey towards divinity becomes a happier progression. Her teachings are that white light which transforms us deeply. Much gratitude & love! - Michelle Denying Shakti, Kundalini is like denying your nervous system's existence. Don't delude yourself more. Don't be afraid. Padmé Tantra and Adiguru's Shakti is unprecedented. The combination gives you a very powerful awakening. - Mikuni Absorb her words carefully, and from the heart. And remember, spirituality is not a part-time hobby designed to make you feel-good. Prepare to give yourself 100% and you will be enriched beyond your wildest imagination. Padmé Tantra is a game changer and since ages this world has not witnessed a Guru like her. - Ganga ADIGURU PRAKRITI Enlightened, Self Realized Guru, Yogi & Mystic Adiguru Prakriti is an Enlightened, Kriya and Tantra Guru who is a reincarnated disciple of Great Kriya Yoga Guru Shri Lahiri Mahasaya. In this life, her Kundalini Awakened in 2011 and through opened Guru Chakra and visions of Guru Lahiri Mahasaya she walked her journey and did her remaining Sadhana until she was Enlightened on 5th March 2015. Months-long Samadhi led her towards Self-Realization in 2016. She is born and brought up in India, lived in the USA for more than a decade and now is living in Melbourne, Australia. After completing her own journey, she started teaching people around the world. Her Spiritual Journey
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About us Experience the Universe by Being Whole, Integrated within! Being Shiva translates to “being that which is not”, and it means, “being everything by being nothing”. It is a sacred pursuit of casting aside all boundaries, limitations, identities and experiencing the life & universe by “being whole”, integrated within. Many paths lead to this wholeness, this ultimate potential, there are many ways to transform oneself and live a fulfilling life. Being Shiva Foundation Being Shiva Foundation is a charitable, non-profit organisation founded by Adiguru Prakriti dedicated to cultivate and nurture the ultimate human possibilities. The foundation is a human service organisation that helps people attain spiritual liberation by helping them walk their spiritual journey. It is a movement towards Global Consciousness Breakthrough via individual transformation. Being Shiva Foundation is operated by a team of volunteers and is headquartered in the beautiful and most livable city of Melbourne, Australia. The organisation provides courses, programs, techniques, retreats and talks through various channels to empower people for spiritual healing, shedding the false self, cultivating yogic/spiritual lifestyle, striving for physical, mental, emotional and energetic well-being. When human beings experience trauma or severe life stressors, it is not uncommon for their lives to unravel, the emotional wound is pushed deep inside and they are forced to find answers to questions like “why me?” To answer this painful call by modern age men, women, youth, teens, Adiguru Padmé has developed an Inner Transformation program, Meditation and Spiritual Healing techniques based on 4th Dimensional Yogic Science, which is now being used by many people worldwide. Being Shiva Foundation, a vibrant spiritual community is also dedicated towards several other human service projects to support individual growth in distressed times, rebuilding human relationships and energise the environment positively by changing individual energy signature, the Aura. Modern science has proven that it purifies the collective consciousness, reduces crimes and helps elevate humanity by raising the energy vibrations higher than 528 Hertz, the vibrational frequency for love & compassion. Group meditation and Satsang sessions by the Foundation are a movement towards global peacefulness through alleviating the pain and suffering of human life. May this life be a truly joyful experience for each human being! Adiguru Prakriti Have questions? Want to learn more? Please feel free to reach out by filling out the form below. Send Thanks! Message sent.
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