Needed to get this clear first. Yes really, do I have time for this blogging in my busy schedule of teaching the practices of the Siddhanath Yoga Parampara, travelling abroad for a couple of months every year, managing my centre in Chandigarh, India, helping out at our Siddhanath Forest Ashram, this apart from other family and farm obligations? What is prompting me to do this? Do I have anything so important to share that others will want to read? Do I even want anyone to read what I write or have to say? Do people really care? Do I care? Questions, questions, questions.
Then I realized that all these thoughts, ideas, words, realizations (mine) are knocking around inside my head and my god, once they are out how much better would be my sadhana (spiritual practice)! And hence the platform of the blog, more for my own benefit than others. See a lot of similarity to writing my book One Master one disciple too which was first written as a journal for myself then published first in 2007 then again now in 2019 updated with fifteen more years of understanding. So enjoy….or not haha
I had written a series of articles for a local newspaper, actually two newspapers way back in 2005. In 9 years by 2014 the Satguru has helped connect many more synapses in the brain and regular practice and association with him has brought many more revelations. I am going to start by producing the articles here verbatim and adding the new stuff, thus tracing the evolutionary path….
Starting next week with the first one- Connecting to one’s sacred self with Yoga.
I am therefore I write.
Introduced to concepts of yog at home and asanas in school since 1970. I practiced it as a form of exercise. I continued the practice of asanas through adolescence and married life to complement other forms of exercise- cycling, swimming, walking, aerobics and gym.
At a period of time in my life I grew restless in my role as wife and mother and started experimenting with new age techniques such as reiki, crystal healing and the Kwan Yin Magnified healing. I also participated in Native American Shaman rites.
But it was after my mystical meeting with the Himalayan Satguru Yogiraj Siddhanath first in a vision and then as preordained at the forest ashram near Pune, India I came to the Hamsa Way- The Way of the White Swan.
Initiation into the powerful practices of the Siddhanath Yoga Parampara opened my consciousness to higher planes of existence, accompanied by perception of auras, past lives and other paranormal visions. A realisation of the continuity of the souls journey.
Empowered to teach the Kundalini Kriya Yoga since 1999, I take great pleasure in sharing with others all that I learn and receive from my Satguru. My book One Master one disciple is a reminder of faithful integrity that a disciple must have to the Satguru to be propelled forward on a fast track evolutionary path.
Since 2004 I have actively practiced and developed a system of yog- pranayam, chakra sadhana and techniques to loosen the grip of the debilitating qualities of the mind and emotions and the intellect, these practices lead the practitioner to a deeper understanding of their inner spirit dissolving the barrier between human and divine. The realisation is firmly rooted in practice of many lives, a knowingness that this wisdom is freely available to any who sincerely apply the principles of yog and to claim it as my own is contradictory to the nature of this gnosis.
Today, I share these practices with others on the path and together we evolve.
April 11, 2018 at 12:18 am
Thank You. My thanks also to whatever/whoever prompted the writing of this blog. I just found it, and I feel like I took a bath
Discovered a few other advanced disciples of GuruNath after the Rishikesh satsang; I was searching online about their lives and basking in the glory of having connected to the same master, so I found this blog.