The path of Kriya Yoga

Kriya Yoga is an advanced technique for spiritual evolution which has been passed down from ages characterised by a higher spiritual illumination. It is part of the ancient science of Raja Yoga and is mentioned by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras and by Sri Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita. The Kriya technique can only be revealed to initiates, but its purpose and essential nature are described by Paramhansa Yogananda and Swami Kriyananda in their respective autobiographies, in the chapters dedicated to this topic.

Kriya Yoga and its Masters

What is Kriya Yoga?

Guidelines for receiving initiation into the sacred science of Self-realisation

Yogananda

Cristo

Babaji

Lahiri

Yukteswar

Paramhansa Yogananda: The great yogi master

Paramhansa Yogananda came to the West from India in 1920, bringing a revolutionary vision of how to live.

His internationally renowned Autobiography of a Yogi carries a message of joy and hope that is greatly needed in the world today. The universal spiritual teachings he shared filled lecture halls of thousands, for their practical yet scientific approach and appeal to both heart and mind.

Swami Kriyananda: the perfect disciple

Swami Kriyananda (J.Donald Walters), the founder of Ananda, was a direct disciple of the great guru Paramhansa Yogananda.

For more than 60 years Kriyananda spread the ancient principles of yoga and the spiritual teachings of Self-realisation across the world, making them practical and accessible in every aspect of life. Swami Kriyananda’s own life is a convincing example of the value of these techniques.

The path of Kriya Yoga

Courses for becoming a Disciple

In India it is said, ‘When the disciple is ready, the Master appears.’

Courses for becoming a Kriyaban

Kriya Yoga is an ancient and powerful technique of liberation, transformation and illumination, defined by Yogananda as ‘the airplane route to the infinite.’

Courses dedicated solely to Kriyabans

The superior method of soul living frees the yogi who, shorn of his ego-prison, tastes the deep air of omnipresence.” – Paramhansa Yogananda

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