इष्ट क्रिय ISHTA KRIYA
Asta Yoga of Sage Agustya
Absolute Power Arises in Absolute Stillness
Both the autonomic nervous system and innate immune system were regarded as systems that cannot be voluntarily influenced. But science has now proven otherwise.Practicing the Kriya Siddha method can voluntarily influence the sympathetic nervous system and immune system. The ability to voluntarily influence the body through the breath is a secret that has always been kept by the Siddhars.
Siddhars make a science of exploring and realising their purest potential.
What is meant by Siddha today?
Sadhana: gaining what is not yet gained. Accomplishing a relative goal. Anyone successful at sadhana is Siddha.
A sādhaka is one who seeks to accomplish something; he is the seeker. Sādhana is the means of accomplishing a particular goal. What is to be accomplished is sādhya. What is to be accomplished gives meaning and determines the means or sadhana. When the sādhaka has accomplished the sādhya, employing the sādhana, he is called a siddha.
Sadhana can be as simple as getting a newspaper at the store. Today our work is our sadhana. Staying on top of our game, putting food on the table, paying the rent or mortgage, while trying to maintain a secure, healthy, happy lifestyle and keep family relationships and marriage together.
इष्ट माला ISHTA-MALA combined with the इष्ट क्रिय ISHTA Kriya daily reverses the ageing of the body and re-boots your body's immunity. Done daily the Kriya Siddha Method awakens swara in full force. Siva and Sakti - Siva Vasi (consciousness and energy, Sun and Moon), the two dynamic principles of power and energy no longer seemingly separate united come under our control. Once swara is under control accomplishing all your relative goals is easy. Depending on what desire, karma (action) is taken, acting dharmivally (consciously) the more vitality and more power you have at your disposal the more successful and accomplished you will be in your actions.
Without vitality and clarity, succeeding and enjoying anything is difficult. .
Visiting the Sage Aghustya's cave with Sri Lasri Sivananda Pulupani Swamigal and Siddha Vaidyas.
Kriya - the path to the pathless. Effortless wellbeing
Having a clear prepared mind (adhikari), reaching the goal of moksha, freedom and liberation from all pain and suffering in this very lifetime is possible.
To succeed at any sadhana requires discipline and a clear mind.
As we age our body becomes sluggish and mind less responsive. Yet our body is the only tool we can use to help accomplish all our relative goals and objectives. Practicing Kriya Siddha Yoga helps maintain the body's immunity and natural state of resilience. While asanas clear the toxins (Am) Kriya practices expand energy giving dimension to prana. Kriya enables the body's life force responsible for well being and immunity to flourish. The expansion of the body's subtle energy in the nadhis forces the whole body system to come back to life.
Once the nadhi pathways are suddhi, purified through asana, then the next wave of yoga - Kriya - dynamically expands and builds the body's vitality. Through the power of Kriya merging the vital pranas, shakti becomes powerful and dynamic. Strengthening the connection between subtle body, physical body and causal body (the enjoyer), as the counter for enjoyment the body becomes strong and beautiful making all enjoyment possible.
At Rameshwram site of Siddha Patanjali's Samadhi. Known in the north by his North Indian name Vyagrapadar, Sage Patanjali's Guru was Sri Pulipanni Siddha the ancestor of Srilasri Sivananda Pulipani (pictured here with John and an astrologer Krishna Ayer). Patanjali did his Sadhana on Shiva Giri Palani and Pulipani Siddha Ashramam.