This simple and yet super powerful technique is used by yogis and saints all over the world to exponentially accelerate their spiritual growth.
By learning this technique you will start immediately to be calmer, peaceful, joyful, happy, focused, creative, productive, restful, fearless and full of energy and enthusiasm for life.
And ultimately you will experience a state of bliss beyond imagination of expectancy that only Christ like souls like Jesus, Buddha and Krishna have felt.
Nothing in the world can compare to what you are about to learn in the next few minutes.
You are about to discover the exact 5 step process to that technique, as the great exponent of Yoga Paramhansa Yogananda thought that was passed to him from Babaji the deathless saint who is still living today in the holly peaks of the Himalayas.
After you hit send, you are going to know the real secret of the most advanced yogis and saints. The ones who produce and live miracles as their daily experience and are blissful and happy no matter their current surrounding…and what they know and do with their sadhana (Spiritual practice) that the struggling yogis don’t know and don’t do.
"Kriya is the most effective technique available to mankind today for reaching the goal of Yoga: union with the Divine. One Kriya, which takes about 30 seconds, is equivalent to one year of natural spiritual growth.
One thousand Kriya practiced in eight hours gives the yogi, in one day, the equivalent of one thousand years of natural evolution: 365,000 years of evolution in one year. I practice a few times kriya and the body is gone, and I am in the infinite bliss. The bliss that surpasses any description.
- Paramhansa Yogananda in Autobiography of a Yogi
"After the mind has been cleared by Kriya Yoga of sensory obstacles, meditation furnishes a twofold proof of God.
The ever new joy that comes is evidence of His existence, convincing to our very atoms. Then one finds His instant guidance, His adequate response to every difficulty.".
- Swami Sri Yukteswar – Gyan Avatar (Incarnation of Wisdom) and Guru of Paramhansa Yogananda
Kriya Yoga is referred to by Krishna, India’s greatest prophet, in a stanza of the Bhagavad Gita: “Offering inhaling breath into the outgoing breath, and offering the outgoing breath into the inhaling breath, the yogi neutralizes both these breaths; he thus releases the life force from the heart and brings it under his control.
Lord Kishna praises the technological yogi in the following words: “The yogi is greater than body-disciplining ascetics, greater even than the followers of the path of wisdom (Jnana Yoga), or of the path of action (Karma Yoga); be thou, O disciple Arjuna, a yogi!” - God in the form of Lord Krishna in The Bhagavad Gita
Kriya Yoga is mentioned twice by the ancient sage Patanjali, foremost exponent of yoga, who wrote:
“Kriya Yoga consists of body discipline, mental control, and meditating on Aum.” Patanjali speaks of God as the actual Cosmic Sound of Aum heard in meditation.7 Aum is the Creative Word,8 the sound of the Vibratory Motor. Even the yoga-beginner soon inwardly hears the wondrous sound of Aum. Receiving this blissful spiritual encouragement, the devotee becomes assured that he is in actual touch with divine realms.
Patanjali – The great exponent of yoga
St. Paul knew Kriya Yoga, or a technique very similar to it, by which he could switch life currents to and from the senses. He was therefore able to say: “Verily, I protest by our rejoicing which I have in Christ, I die daily.”
By daily withdrawing his bodily life force, he united it by yoga union with the rejoicing (eternal bliss) of the Christ consciousness. In that felicitous state, he was consciously aware of being dead to the delusive sensory world of maya.