“Everything shall pass. Nothing is permanent. So whatever emotional or mental upheavals you come across, don’t attach any importance to them. In due course, these things will pass and will seem unimportant and insignificant in view of the bigger picture of life. Forgive and forget and bless people always.”
– Guruji (Yogi Prakash Shankar Vyas)
Guruji is a “Householder Yogi”: a spiritual master who works for a living and has a family. He does not have an ashram, nor does he run an organisation. He teaches regular Hatha Yoga classes on a small-group basis at Kashi Kriya Yoga Centre, in Gisborne, Victoria.
For more information about yoga classes, please visit www.kashikriya.com/yoga-classes/
The path of Kriya Yoga requires enormous discipline and commitment and is not a practice to be undertaken lightly. Besides the life stories of the masters in Lahiri Mahasaya’s direct lineage, Kriya Yoga: Four Spiritual Masters and a Beginner by Heidi Wyder clearly explains what Kriya practice involves. It is packed with spiritual discussions with Guruji, and through the many examples and stories the devotee will be able to establish whether their motivation to learn from him is genuine.
Guruji wishes to establish that those coming to him are sincerely interested in Kriya Yoga. So if you are seeking Kriya Yoga initiation from Guruji, please read Kriya Yoga: Four Spiritual Masters and a Beginner by Heidi Wyder first.
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