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The word Shaman comes from the language of old India, from Sanskrit, and it was popularised through Asia and Europe; especially to the North of India, in all the former republics of USSR, especially on Siberia. Letters “Sh” and “S” at the beginning of this word in different languages can alter, especially in Sanskrit, the language of Krishna and Buddha, and Zarathustra or Lao Tse which results in an interesting language phenomenon of double spelling of words, that is why we have a folk version of a word “Shaman” and a more scientific, liturgical version “Saman”, which is more often used in the modern languages of India, like Hindi, which come from Sanskrit. A Shaman must know a number of Hymns, Psalms, Spiritual Songs, Invocations, Powerful Prayers and a whole lot of rituals and ceremonies. Saman can sing ecstatically beautiful songs of power and can perform ritual dances. The term Shaman means a Priest – Healer of society, who is distanced in development and power, an ideal Priest, who knows astrology, can read the signs from palms, faces and eyes, has the knowledge of healing with herbs, energotherapy and all kinds of spiritual, mantric or even magic arts...

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Genius is the source of all progress and evolution of human race, thought and technology, that is why, each epoch should appreciate and respect its geniuses, including their eccentric ideas, which often are the clues for the future. There are many talented, gifted, great people but geniuses have unusual creativity and ability to create, a wider point of view, an ability to great work and risky searches. Your children must have conditions for creative work and development of their abilities, and must be taught how to act with passion until they have results. Genius in the Hellenic culture was a protective guardian angel, a god looking after men from their birth to their death. It is recommended to try metaphysical contacts with one’s own Genius for discovering own talents and abilities and increasing creativity. Yunona is a higher dimension guardian angel of the consciousness of all the women. Angel – servant Yunona guards the abilities of women and angel Genius – the talents and abilities of men. Deva and Devi are the names of angels, which take care of people according to the teachings of Orient, and El is a general name for such Gods of Genius in Hebrew culture. Revealing and manifesting genius by a man represents an internal connection of human mind with more advanced beings and consciousnesses which help the development of humankind, for example through inspiring a gifted, chosen man to revolutionary discoveries. Due to this influence of higher forces, of better developed beings, all the attempts of educating a genius will give no more than average results, although they help finding talented people of above-average intelligence...

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Mantra is a syllable, a separate sound or a composition of a few syllables which are to achieve a special vibration level and influence during common prayers, religious songs or magical therapies. A typical mantra or a word with mantra-like sound ends with a nasal sound, a vibrating vowel which is similar to “M”. Mantras are secret, magical words helpful in connecting with the powers and forces of nature, the higher beings, angels or saint people. Mantra is also a vibrating prayer that is experienced deeply, and it is given by a saint person, spiritual master or it is a revelation from good, godly angel or archangel! Mantra always has a deep meaning, which is not easily understood by a simple mind, but it is revealed to those who practice long and honestly and with total devotion. The basic influence of each Mantra is always deeply therapeutic and purifying, especially as far as removing obstacles connected with realising the goals showed by Mantra is concerned. Mantra is a landmark and food for every human soul, every spiritual and enlightened man and the example of Mantra practice is both Praying with Words in the mysticism of hesychasm, as well as Gregorian chorales from the Atlas Mountains! From the musical point of view, Mantra is a vibrating aliquot tone used in singing, reciting or humming, and deep, high vibrations of voice often help in healing! Mantra is for adoring God and for connecting with angels the Lords of Heavens, the Creators of Life and the Masters of the Spheres...


The Mystery of Piercing the Six Chakras (by Rishi Singh Gherwal, 1930). This little self-published work could be most charitably described as an anthology of material on Kundalini Yoga. Very little of this book was actually written by Gherwal; the majority of the material here consists of long quotes from other authors, notably Arthur Avalon. On page VII, Gherwal states that the book was published in just three weeks, and it shows in the number of errata and glitches.


Guru Charitra (Caritra) is in the nature of a sriptural text devoutly followed by spiritural aspirants, mostly in Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. Most of the spiritual centres referred therin are loacted in these states. It is in conversational form between the master and the disciple clarifying all doubts of the disciple. Mainly, it deals with biographies of Lord Dattatreya and his subsequent incarnations as Sripada Srivallabha and Sri Narasimha Saraswati. In fact, the reading of Guru Charitra gives strength, and encouragement to spiritual aspirants to continue their 'Sadhana' (spiritual disciplines and pracices) despite the various troubles and travails they encounter in the process from time to time...


Shiva Puja is the name of the action in Hinduism by which one worships Lord Siva through traditional and ancient rites with the use of mantra, tantra, kriyas, mudras, and abhishekam. It is said that Shiva (tlr. Siva, Shiv, Śiva, ziva) represents the Destructor of bed Karman in the Hindu holy trinity of Creator (Brahma), Sustainer (Vishnu) and Destroyer (Shiva). In Hindu astrology, Shiva is said to represent influence of planets on the mind and thus is worshipped for greater mental strength, vitality and vigor. Shiva is said to be an Abhisheka-Priyar (Abhishekam: cleanse with holy water and Priyar: beloved)...


The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, might be called a treatise on men and women, their mutual relationship, and connection with each other.  It is a work that should be studied by all, both old and young, teens and matures. It can also be fairly commended to the student of social science and of humanity.  This work is not intended to be used merely as an instrument for satisfying human desires but it is ancient manual of deep and spiritual erotical life educare. A good person, acquainted with the true principles of this science, and who preserves his Dharma, Artha, and Kama, and has regard for the practices of the people, is sure to obtain the mastery over his senses. Kamasutra is a part of traditional 64-fold Tantra culture...


Laya Yoga is one facet of the Art of Yoga. It is regarded as the highest form of yoga. It is the pinnacle, the zenith of ones quest for inner peace and dialogue with ones soul and tuning with universal energy. Laya Yoga originates from one of the oldest of four Hindu spiritual traditions called Shaiva (Shaivism).  Shaivites followed instructions and guidance of Hindu deity Shiva - The Creator, Preserver, Destroyer Revealer and Concealer of all that is.  Practice of Spiritualism popular in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and parts of Asia.


The S'rimad Devî Bhâgavatam is the Most Holy and Sacred Book to the S’âktas (Shaktas, zaktas) means all Kundalini, Yoga and Tantra practicers and followers. Goddess has many sacred names like Devi, Kundalini, Gayatri, Shakti, Kali, Durga, Parvati, Uma and other. And probably to the all humanity this twelve parts Great Purana is the essence of all the Holy Scripture. Do you practice with Kundalini, Shakti, cakras, energies, auras or even Hatha Yoga? This is for You!


Despite all tall claims by others, no one is perhaps as authorised as Shibendu Lahiri (born 1939), the great grand son of famous house holder Yogi Lahiri Mahasaya (1828-1895), to spread the authentic teachings and techniques of Kriya Yoga in the world today.
 Yet he says in utter humility that wise wields no authority and those in authority are not wise! Organisations assert authority, but authenticity may be lacking. Mobilisation may create a mafia, but the most sacred may remain untouched. Cultism has no place in matters deeply spiritual.


Lahiri Mahasaya (Full Name: Shyama Charan Lahiri) became known to the truth seekers all over the world through Paramahamsa Yogananda's famous book "Autobiography of a Yogi", which has been translated in many languages.
 Shibendu has the distinction of receiving the original Kriya process in the age old Rishi-tradition of India, that is, from father to son - generation after generation. Thus the process here passed, through knowledge and genes, from Shyama Charan to Tinkorito Satya Charan to Shibendu who was initiated in 1960 by his father Late Satya Charan Lahiri at the family shrine "Satyalok" D 22/3, Chousatti Ghat, Varanasi - 221 001 (India).
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LAYA KRIYA – the archetype of Rebirthing, Holotropy, and Regressing
Laya Kriya is introduced in the classical Yoga by Ryszi Patańdźali in an instruction verse from chapter I.31 which covers a breath joining breathing in and out in one smooth cycle, as well as three kinds of cleansing side effects which may occur due to heavy kinds of karma, confounding, and addictions of human beings....




Kundalini, The Mother of the Universe
The Mystery of Piercing the Six Chakras (by Rishi Singh Gherwal, 1930). This little self-published work could be most charitably described as an anthology of material on Kundalini Yoga...




Shree Guru Charitra
Guru Charitra (Caritra) is in the nature of a sriptural text devoutly followed by spiritural aspirants, mostly in Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. Most of the spiritual centres referred therin are loacted in these states. It is in conversational form between the master and the disciple clarifying all doubts of the disciple. Mainly, it deals with biographies of Lord Dattatreya and his subsequent incarnations as Sripada Srivallabha and Sri Narasimha Saraswati...




TANTRA: Shiva and Linga Puja (Pooja)
Shiva Puja is the name of the action in Hinduism by which one worships Lord Siva through traditional and ancient rites with the use of mantra, tantra, kriyas, mudras, and abhishekam...

 
 
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