To create these video clips I have filmed a kriyaban friend — the format of the videos is wmv [01] Partial Talabya Kriya — only the first movement at a reduced. Ennio Nimis from Italy writes at length about his life and experiences in walks of life centred on kriya yoga. He tells he has practiced kriya yoga for forty years. Jul 19, I have no idea. Learning Kriya by reading books is not recommended and contravening scripture injunction in Gita -‘rajaguhyam’ (top esoteric practice).

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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest yga through seller support? This is not your common guide to Kriya Yoga. It is something you’ve never seen before. This is for those who are sick of the secretiveness of Kriya Yoga kriyq all the taboos. They just want the end of misery bimis are sick of this human-ego-game played by most Kriya Gurus and Kriya organizations. It gives very powerful direct teachings and actual instructions.

These themes will be addressed: Current Kriya Yoga Masters and organizations will be exposed without any nimiss filter; The often misunderstood “Inner Guru” and its nature will be revealed; The whole Spiritual Process of Kriya Yoga and Spirituality, in general, will be explained; The sharing of a new discovery regarding the Higher Kriyas, the Final Special Kriya, never shared before in the literature of Kriya, will boost your practice beyond belief; It also includes the techniques of the First Kriya, with an in-depth explanation on how to quickly achieve Kechari Mudra that is yoha found anywhere else; The most powerful Kundalini awakening technique that Gurus and organizations rarely teach will be given at the end of the First Kriya; The ultimate question whether Kriya Yoga can lead you all the way to True Enlightenment will be answered; Lahiri Mahasaya and other True Masters’ words will be used throughout the book to support what is written; And much more.

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Showing of 71 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews nmiis now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This seems to be a highly controversial book, yet I find it superb. This prompted me to give a full-length review. The enjio starts by talking about many known gurus and organizations, always exposing their flawed teachings and dogmas, backed up with quotes by Lahiri Mahasaya, Paramahansa Yogananda, Ramana Maharshi, etc, instead of doing personal attacks that would’ve put me off.

It also talks about many known Kriya themes, but in enbio completely different perspective. The Nimos Guru is the Self. Regarding worship, many gurus and organizations do puja and rituals, and the author shows us that true devotion and worship yoya practicing Kriya and staying in the Paravashta state after Kriya. Some of the teachings in this book go even deeper, regarding deep sleep, awareness and the background witness. This I really enjoy, kriys although I had exclusively practiced Kriya Yoga for a long time, something was lacking.

When I found out about this book, it all changed. It’s unfortunate that many Kriya gurus or books don’t go this deep and more in line with Advaita teachings. About the techniques part: It’s pretty straightforward on the First Kriya, no fireworks, just practicing what truly works. What I particularly enjoy is the addition of a new technique to awaken the Kundalini quickly. It’s indeed powerful, and clear instructions are given, although more emphasis and detail could’ve be given here.

This technique alongside Kriya Pranayama is a bomb. This is very well explained in the book. Energy and wisdom njmis be cultivated side by side. About the Final Higher Kriyas – I will not reveal them – I just have to say that I’m in favor of what was taught in that chapter.

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Many people will dislike it, especially those blind by the gurus and organizations, believing that “solely practicing Kriya techniques is the fastest route to God”. Although it’s not a big book, this is not a bad thing, it just shows that unlike other Kriya books, the author didn’t add unnecessary pages full of useless BS. It’s clear, to the point, and also has content that I’ve never read in other Kriya books.

The Kriya Yogi Story was one of my favorite parts of the book, alongside the true meaning of Kutastha and the deep explanation of Lahiri Mahasaya’s quote about the Yugas-Kriya metaphor. Even if you have never practiced Kriya Yoga before, but are into spirituality, enlightenment and freedom, this is a tremendous read, full of spiritual wisdom.

If you are an earnest seeker, you must give this book an open-minded attempt. For me – no more dualism, superstition and beliefs. I have the conviction that this book might help you cut those chains as well.

Some great quotes from the book: The river of your identity must be discharged into the Ocean of Consciousness. How keen is he to rise to the surface to breathe air? So, I’ve come a very long way in my trials and travels with the various systems of kriya yoga, as I’m sure many who are reading this book and this review probably have as well. I’ve practiced from so many kriya and kriya-like traditions over 14 years, that I’m not even going to mention them all, but I think we’ve all probably been there by now.

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At some point, disillusioned with kriya systems that were failing to hold up their end of their bargain, I began mixing kriya with Buddhism. I discovered kriya supercharged the ability to attain the jhanas at least up to the 4th where I’d always then try another meditation object. They came quickly and easily, and I discovered that it almost didn’t matter what meditation object you used.

But in the course of several years with this experimentation, I noted each time that there was something definitively missing from the experience, and it got worse with each proceeding jhana. Eventually I gave up and went about various experimentations with other techniques until I hit upon zazen, and more specifically Shikantaza, or “just sitting. Informed from my recent experiences with kriya and the stable jhanas, “just sitting” came quite easily to me.

But as time wore on, and “just sitting” was all that I was doing for my meditation practice, it began to get more difficult.

My mind became wild and wirey, and then my emotions began to rile unhindered, and I found it impossible and irritating to sit – as if I was reverting to being an absolute beginner. No wonder beginners find meditation so irritating! Then I decided to try yet another experiment. I was reluctant, because this meant I’d be infusing non-zen techniques with zen meditation, which in the zen community is culturally taboo.

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But I’ve never been a strict adherent to any particular religion or sect. So, I began adding kriya to it. The only kriyas that “feel” right and don’t produce awkward negative symptoms are kriyas that go straight up into the middle of the brain to the top of the head. This is exactly where the energy goes when I practice non-kriya techniques, like Mahasi Sayadaw’s Noting vipassana technique.

Up the spine and straight to the fontanelle. Since I’m also initiated in the ‘PH’s “International Yoga”‘ as the author calls it if I remember rightI’ve been using their kriya techniques.

So, I combined kriya with zen “just sitting” and realized that it was the quintessentially perfect combination. Even PH’s organization, during initiation, told us “to only do about 5 minutes, uoga until thoughts start up again. I then ran searches for kriys on kriya to see if anything new had come on the market since the kriya secrets revealed a number of years ago. I wrote a review of it that I regret and will probably edit or take down, because shortly after my last update, I discovered that all of those technique-driven meditations were becoming a monster and gave them all up.

It was only when ruthlessly simplifying those techniques and made a point to include at least min. Otherwise I think kriya secrets revealed is kind of a mess and no longer own any copies.

I came upon this one and, although it’s unusually expensive for how small it is, decided to check it out. What do you know, but the author came to the exact same conclusions I have after going through nearly identical problems.

The same problems we’re all probably going through, and have been for years. Simplify your kriya practice. Stretch your body, stretch your breath, and then steady your mind and leave it alone.