Maha Yog Yoga
   
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Devas is a typical small town of Madhya Pradesh, reeling under the immense burden of 4 years of lack of rain. Here, during the Navratri Mela in April ‘03, inaugurated by Chief Minister Digvijay Singh, thousands of local and neighbouring residents were waiting to witness the much-awaited samadhi of Mahayogi Pilot Baba, Mahamandaleshwar of the Juna Akhara. .

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Samadhi in Public
Sankalpa Yoga
Kundilini yoga
What is Sankalpa Yoga? It is ‘reso-will’ or the power that is born of resolve, will and determination to manifest thought vibrations to Reality. It is an esoteric Yogic science which was once commonly known in the era of the Mahabharata, 5,000 years ago when there was mass-scale destruction caused by the enormous misuse of this power. It has since remained in oblivion, guarded by the Himalayan masters, till recently, when it has been revived to empower mankind to enhance peace and goodwill.

Sankalpa Yoga is a sacred science of the Himalayas, which has been practiced from time immemorial by great saints and sages of India: Kashyapa, Atri, Vyasa, Dattatreya, Rama, Krishna etc.

All beings are different forms of the universal cosmic energy. This infinite cosmic power appears in a dynamic state during the creative process and after having accomplished its creation conceals itself along with its infinite potential in static residual form at the base psycho energetic centre of the creature. In this residual form it is known as kundalini or “the coiled one” since it lies coiled at the base of the spine. The word shakti (normally meaning force) refers to the feminine aspect of the primordial energy.
 
 
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