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Satyananda Saraswati 25 December — 5 Decemberwas a sannyasinyoga teacher and guru in both his native India and yoya West. Satyananda Saraswati was born at Almora, Uttaranchal into a family of farmers and zamindars.
Satyananda Saraswati – Wikipedia
As a youth he was classically educated and studied Sanskritthe Vedas and the Upanishads. He says that he began to have spiritual experiences at the age of six, when his awareness spontaneously left the body and he saw himself lying motionless on the floor.
Many saints and sadhus blessed him and reassured his parents that he had a very developed awareness. This experience of disembodied awareness continued, which led him to many saints of that time such as Anandamayi Ma. He also met a tantric bhairaviSukhman Giriwho gave him shaktipat and directed him to find a guru to stabilise his spiritual experiences. So he told me I should find a kriyz.
At age eighteen, he left his home to seek a spiritual master. In at the age of twenty, he met his guru Sivananda Saraswati and went to krjya at Sivananda’s ashram in Rishikesh. He stayed with Sivananda for a further nine years but received little formal instruction from him. InSivananda sent Satyananda away to spread his teachings.
Kriya Yoga – Bihar Yoga
Basing himself in MungerBiharhe wandered as a mendicant travelling through India, AfghanistanNepalBurma and Iriya for the next seven satyannda although on several occasions he said he travelled only through India extending his knowledge of spiritual practices and spending some time in seclusion.
Inhe founded the Bihar School of Yoga BSY at Munger,   with the intention that it would act as a centre of training for szraswati teachers of yoga as well as offer courses on yoga. Among those who attended courses at BSY were students from abroad and students who subsequently emigrated from India.
Some of these people in turn invited Satyananda to teach in their own countries. The foreign and expatriate students also established new centres of teaching in their respective countries.
Yoga and Kriya Swami Satyananda Saraswati
In Satyananda handed over the active work of his ashram and organisation to his spiritual successor, Niranjanananda Saraswatiand left Sarqswati. From September he was in Rikhia, DeogharJharkhand. During this event, Satyananda passed on his spiritual and sannyasa sankalpa to Niranjanananda. He died on 5 December According to investigations by The Australia royal commission, he was a violent sexual abuser.
Satyananda’s teachings emphasise an “Integral Yoga” with a strong emphasis on Tantraknown as the “Bihar Yoga” system or “Satyananda Yoga”. This system addresses the qualities of head, heart and hands — intellect, emotion and action — and attempts to integrate the physical, psychological and spiritual dimensions of yoga into each practice.
Kriya Yoga aims to awaken the dimensions of consciousness where our dormant potential and creativity lies. Satyananda classified and expounded the techniques given in the tantras as a series of different stages and levels of pratyahara, such as antar mouna, and different stages of meditation. Satyananda wrote over 80 books, including Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha.
Satyananda’s writings have been published by the Bihar School of Yoga and, sinceby the Yoga Publications Trust established by his disciple Niranjanananda to promote his teachings. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other gurus called Satyananda, see Swami Satyananda disambiguation.
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