For Devoted Practioners
What the Kriyaban Membership Includes:
Unlimited access to On Demand Video Library
When you become an official member, you get unlimited access to all of our class recordings (which are endlessly growing). This includes classes for the Chakras, Nadis, Elements, Prana, and more.
Weekly Live Instruction
We have weekly live classes available via zoom which you can join to practice in real time. We share before and after class as a group. We also offer advice for daily practices. Ask questions, get feedback.
We have an ever-growing community of genuine seekers who support one another. We know this practice isn't for everyone, and that is why it is so special. One must have an open mind and strong willingness for deep transformation to consistently engage in Kriya Yoga and allow it to unfold their life. There is a private group chat for members where we all support each other through the obstacles of being on this path, and embrace our special connection, as fellow practitioners share a very sacred bond that can be difficult to find in everyday life.
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About Kriya Yoga
The Sanskrit root of kriya is kri, to do, to act and react; the same root is found in the word karma, the natural principle of cause and effect. Kriya Yoga is thus "union (yoga) with the Infinite through a certain action or rite (kriya)." A yogi who faithfully practices the technique is gradually freed from karma or the lawful chain of cause-effect equilibriums.
Kriya is an ancient science. Lahiri Mahasaya received it from his great guru, Babaji, who rediscovered and clarified the technique after it had been lost in the Dark Ages. Babaji renamed it, simply, Kriya Yoga.
"The Kriya Yoga that I am giving to the world through you in this nineteenth century," Babaji told Lahiri Mahasaya, "is a revival of the same science that Krishna gave millenniums ago to Arjuna; and that was later known to Patanjali and Christ, and to St. John, St. Paul, and other disciples."
-Paramahansa Yogananda, the Great Yogi who brought Kriya Yoga to the West
Is Kriya Yoga the right path for me?
We must be courageous, as blockages are rapidly removed, many difficult things come up from within us which we have been afraid to face for possibly lifetimes. Willingness to confront what comes is essential. Remember: God does not give us more than we can handle.
Willingness for Change
We know this practice isn't for everyone, and that is why it is so special. One must have an open mind and strong willingness for deep transformation to consistently engage in Kriya Yoga and allow it to unfold their life. Many take one class and say "that was very intense" and never come back. If you have a burning desire to remove that which is keeping you from embodying your true self, and are willing to push yourself to the limits for spiritual liberation, then this practice is for you.
Kriya Yoga is best for those who are highly devoted. Traditionally, this practice was only transferred from Guru to Disciple once they have proven their devotion. Here it is offered freely, as we are in the Kali Yuga (Dark Age in Vedic Calendar), where humanity is at its highest corruption. Even if discipline is little, the mind is scattered with desires and self-defeating habits, if you stick with this practice, it will transform you effortlessly. That is the power of this Yogic Technology. Membership is for those who are devoted to at least weekly (ideally daily) practice and sadhana.