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Nath Yogi

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Kundalini Yoga
« on: March 31, 2014, 12:03:14 PM »

1.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“How does the individual soul (Atma)
Become the Universal Soul? (Paramatma)
What is the end of Yoga?
For Yoga be the union
With God, is Your firm opinion.”

2.
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“In the body seven wheels are there
Concentrating on the seventh wheel, I declare
To thee, as the end of Yoga.”

3.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“What are the seven wheels?
Where are they located?
What are their speeds?
What does a Yogi achieve?
In Your word, I believe.”

4.
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The first being Mooladhara wheel,
’Tis located at the base of the anus,
’Tis having four spokes,
Its speed is 1.84E15 rpb,
It reflects red light.
Stopping this wheel
One’s body becomes disease-free.”

5.
“The second being Swadhistana wheel
Situated at three inches from the Mooladhara wheel
’Tis located in the genitals,
’Tis having six spokes,
Its speed is 2E15 rpb,
It reflects orange light.
Stopping this wheel
One conquers the three worlds.”

6.
“The third being Manipura wheel
Situated at ten inches from the Swadhistana wheel,
’Tis located in the navel,
’Tis having ten spokes,
Its speed is 2.14E15 rpb,
It reflects yellow light.
Stopping this wheel
One’s body becomes as hard as diamond.”

7.
“The fourth being Anahata wheel,
Situated at twelve inches from the Manipura wheel,
’Tis located in the heart,
’Tis having twelve spokes,
Its speed is 2.4E15 rpb,
It reflects green light.
Stopping this wheel
One’s actions produce no reactions or
One’s Karmas end without a trace.”

8.
“The fifth being Visuddhakya wheel,
Situated at eight inches from the Anahata wheel,
’Tis located in the throat,
’Tis having sixteen spokes,
Its speed is 2.67E15 rpb,
It reflects blue light.
Stopping this wheel
One gets rid of breathing and life span increases.”

9.
“The sixth being Ajna wheel,
Situated at sixteen inches from the Visuddhakya wheel,
’Tis located between the eyebrows,
’Tis having only two spokes,
Its speed is 2.86E15 rpb,
It reflects indigo light.
Stopping this wheel
One becomes perfect and sleep is conquered.”

10.
“The seventh being Sahasrara wheel,
Situated at one inch from the Ajna wheel,
’Tis located in the brain,
’Tis having zillion spokes,
Its speed is 3E15 rpb,
It reflects violet light.
Concentrating on this wheel is Yoga.
Here the individual soul becomes the Universal Soul.
Here innumerable Perfect Beings are meditating on the Almighty.”

11.
Rama Rao Das says,
“About this state, I cannot state
But on Your lotus feet I concentrate -
For this is formless, senseless,
Wordless and expressionless.”

Note:
rpb = revolutions per breath
inch = the length of first phalanx of one's index finger

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Nath Yogi

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Re: The true light of man is beyond mind
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2014, 02:51:35 PM »

The light within is only expressed, by the grace of my Guru, in the post.
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Nath Yogi

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Re: Grace
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2014, 07:02:45 AM »

It is better if one follows what one's Guru has instructed and taught to one.
 
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Nath Yogi

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Re: Nath Yogi (Following a Guru)
« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2014, 03:18:57 PM »

Hari Om!
The post and comments are based on the experience of following a Guru.
It is no fault of the sun if one wants to shut himself in a room.
For your information, Nath Yogis always follow their Gurus. Without serving and following a Guru one cannot think of realizing truth. It is the grace of Guru by which one attains liberation. Self efforts are required to practice the Guru's teachings and what decides finally is the grace of Guru.
A nigura (the unintitated or teacherless) moves with ego and nothing more.

The wise never follow the one
Who has followed none.
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Nath Yogi

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Re: Wisdom
« Reply #4 on: April 02, 2014, 07:05:40 AM »

They are called the wise whose third is wide open.

Fools follow the one
Who has followed none.

Dubious is all one's knowledge
If a Guru one doesn't acknowledge.

Fool is always a fool
Though he went to scool.
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Nath Yogi

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Re: Words
« Reply #5 on: April 02, 2014, 01:06:21 PM »

Naught! Nought! Naught!

What if they preach a lot,
What if great ideas are taught,
What if great deeds are wrought,
What if great is their thought,
What if love is brought,
What if fame is got,
What if service is besought,
What if great things are bought,
What if falsehood is fought,
What if what ought
Be wrought is wrought,
What if what ought not
Be wrought is not wrought,
If God’s will is not sought
And Guru’s lotus feet are not caught,
All that produced by their love, thought,
Word, work and wealth is as good as naught,
As good as nought, as good as naught.

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Re: A Lesson For Kali
« Reply #6 on: April 03, 2014, 06:59:52 AM »

Those who practice and strive on truth for them right here it is Satya Yuga (The golden age of truth). They live in it.
Who fail to practice truth and who are full of hypocrisy and falsehood take refuge at stories of Kali to nurture thier selfish ends.
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Nath Yogi

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Re: Truth
« Reply #7 on: April 03, 2014, 01:15:13 PM »

From the discussions it is clear who stretched his tongue and who stretched his heart.
I reiterate that those who practice truth by thought, word and deed are already living in Satya Yuga. It cannot be understood by those who fail to practice truth in thought, word and deed.
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Re: The true light of man is beyond mind
« Reply #8 on: April 06, 2014, 09:35:47 PM »

The light within is only expressed, by the grace of my Guru, in the post.

Namaste Nath Yogi

I can't but respect that, and i'm open to Initiation, but if someone for different personal reasons can not travel far to be initiated, what should than that person do? Just stand idly doing nothing ?

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Nath Yogi

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Re: Mumukshu
« Reply #9 on: April 07, 2014, 08:37:42 AM »

Hari Om!
Who has asked you to sit idly.
Practice truth in thought, word and deed. The real true Guru and God is our Atma who is within. By one's practices and intense devotion to God, the situation so becomes he meets his Guru outside.
Do not worry about travel or even about initiation.
Follow the scriptures and practice according to your capacity.
The grace of God is a must before one meets one's Guru.

The fundamental practice is here.

Let truth be your speech,
Let righteousness never breach,
Practice what parents teach
Next, what the true Guru does preach.
Their services ever you beseech,
Then satisfy guests each,
By that, thee God does reach.

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Re: Kundalini Yoga
« Reply #10 on: April 08, 2014, 10:48:58 PM »


Namaste!

That's what i've been doing these last 4 years and that's what I'll do till this atman leave this body.

That plus some Dhãranã and Dhyana. Regarding those, i'm in favor of vary a little, I mean of not always doing the same ones...for example regarding Dhãranã  sometimes i focus on the flame of a candle or else on the sound of breathing, etc...

Thanks for your motivating words, Nath Yogi.
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Nath Yogi

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Re: Kundalini Yoga
« Reply #11 on: April 09, 2014, 07:16:00 AM »

Doing dharana and dhyana on the flame of a candle causes eye-sore and on the sound of breathing makes your senses stronger.
The real Dhyana and Dharana should be on your favourite God.
Ishwara Pranidhana should be practiced if you want real success in Yoga.
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