Most seekers start on a spiritual path in pursuit of true happiness: the kind of happiness that is not dependent on others or the outside world. They sense a possibility for an innate source of joy, and they intuitively know that it can only be found by going inward, so they go in search of the key to unlock that potential. While the mind may think it knows the way, only the heart can guide you to the goal.
Ultimately, this is a journey of love. True Love resides in the silence of the heart. To access this Love, you must learn to move beyond the whim of your senses and the incessant chatter of your judging mind. The only way to do this is through practise, and sadhana is a tool to help you stay focused on your path and to clear the obstacles that stand in the way of experiencing life in ways you never imagined possible.
Wisdom of the Ages
Ancient sages perfected the use of physical and meditative yogic techniques through years and generations of disciplined practise. All traditional meditation and yoga practices originate from ancient wisdom that has been passed down for millennia through lineages from Master to student.
Ancient yogis knew the ‘inner science’ of calming the mind, accessing deep inner peace and healing their bodies. It is only now that modern science is beginning to document the positive effects of a daily practice: inner peace, clarity of mind, emotional equanimity, and numerous health benefits.
When you wish to learn something, to go beyond your own capacity, you naturally turn to someone who has mastered what you seek to accomplish. A spiritual Master is a teacher who has attained a level of enlightened consciousness and is capable of elevating others to the same level, often through a proven sadhana practice.
The Master wishes that one attains what he has attained. That is his goal. He shows the way so they can attain the grace of the Divine.
Paramahamsa Sri Swami Vishwananda
The Master's Blessing
5000 Years of History
Bhakti Marga Sadhana techniques have their origin in 5000 years of ancient wisdom. Each practice carries the blessing and grace of Paramahamsa Sri Swami Vishwananda and his Master, Mahavatar Babaji: father of all Kriya Yoga. Love is the heart of all these practices, and since love is beyond religion, these practices are beneficial for everyone regardless of their personal beliefs or interest in following a spiritual Master.
The title of Paramahamsa is only given to Masters who personify the highest level of enlightenment possible in a human body. Paramahamsa Vishwananda is the living embodiment of Divine Love; he lives in constant connection with the Divine and can transmit that state to others at will. His mission is to open the hearts of man. He is here to help humanity evolve by guiding spiritual seekers to higher levels of consciousness through love of the Divine.
The Power of Love
The Master’s blessing is the key to unlock the potential of these practices, providing the knowledge and tools needed to take you to new realms of consciousness. The uniqueness of these practices is not found in the number or repetitions, but in their proven history and the way they are performed. Just a few rounds a day, done with love and devotion, will change the way you relate to yourself and life itself.