This Meditation is offered for Kriya Yoga Initiates as well as for new Meditators and experienced devotees of transcendent Meditation.
The many benefits of Mantra Meditation in Deep Theta Sound Waves; health and happiness, learning to focus and attend to deeper levels of consciousness, intuition is greatly heightened, deep peace is experienced, clarity of mind is established, realization of Who and What you are as a divine infinite being, connection with the One ultimate Reality is established.
I have created the Deep Theta Method for you as a way to make Meditation both easier and more enjoyable, to help get you deeper faster and to help strengthen your intuition so that knowledge and clarity come quickly to you, peace and tranquility are experienced now and being You becomes the most wonderful experience of all.
The Kriya Yoga Masters gave us the secrets to the breath of life through the repetition of the sacred Mantras. In this 35 minute Deep Theta Meditation, you will experience the wonderful benefits of Deep Theta Sound Waves as they accompany the chanting of the Mantras: OM, So Hum and Hung Sau.
I invite you to chant with us as we travel the sound waves from Beta brain waves into Deep Theta.
Or you may wish to chant silently to the OM mantra; and with So Hum, experience "So" on the inhalation and "Hum" on the exhalation. And the same with Hung Sau (pronounced Hong Saw) "Hung" on the inhalation, "Sau" on the exhalation.
Draw the breath up from the base of your spinal center all the way into your spiritual eye and crown Chakra. Focusing your thoughts on the Mantras and the breath will heighten your Intuition,
clear your mind from distractions helping you gain awareness of your true nature as an Infinite being always connected directly with the Source, the One Reality.
To practice Pranayama breath It is recommended to first receive instruction from a Kriya Yoga Master/Teacher.
To sample Deep Theta Sound Waves use this Link:
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A portion of each order for Deep Theta Meditation in Kriya Yoga
will be donated to CSA which offers retreats for Meditation during the Spring, Summer and
Fall along with teachings and initiations in Kriya Yoga by Master Roy Davis.
Chant the the So on the inhalation and Hum on the exhalation
When the Meditation is completed, sit quietly in the sanctuary of silence.
Practice this transcendent Meditation each day for the best results in discovering
deeper and more tranquil states of consciousness.
May you be blessed in this wonderful Meditative experience as you continue the journey inward to complete Liberation.
Quote from Satisfying Your Innate Desire, to know God. p. 88
There are no historical records relating to the birth and life of Mahavatar Babaji. Paramahansa Yogananda has written in Autobiography of a Yogi that the deathless avatar has resided for untold years in the remote Himalayan regions of India, revealing himself only rarely to a blessed few.
It is Mahavatar Babaji who revived in this age the lost scientific meditation technique of Kriya Yoga. In bestowing Kriya initiation on his disciple Lahiri Mahasaya, Babaji said, “The Kriya Yoga that I am giving to the world through you in this nineteenth century 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.”
Shortly before Paramahansa Yogananda left for America in 1920, Mahavatar Babaji came to Yoganandaji’s home in Calcutta, where the young monk sat deeply praying for divine assurance regarding the mission he was about to undertake. Babaji said to him: “Follow the behest of your guru and go to America. Fear not; you shall be protected. You are the one I have chosen to spread the message of Kriya Yoga in the West.”
Lahiri Mahasaya was born on September 30, 1828, in the village of Ghurni in Bengal, India. At the age of thirty-three, while walking one day in the Himalayan foothills near Ranikhet, he met his guru, Mahavatar Babaji. It was a divine reunion of two who had been together in many lives past; at an awakening touch of blessing, Lahiri Mahasaya became engulfed in a spiritual aura of divine realization that was never to leave him.
Mahavatar Babaji initiated him in the science of Kriya Yoga and instructed him to bestow the sacred technique on all sincere seekers. Lahiri Mahasaya returned to his home in Banaras to fulfill this mission. As the first to teach the lost ancient Kriya science in contemporary times, he is renowned as a seminal figure in the renaissance of yoga that began in modern India in the latter part of the nineteenth century and continues to this day.
Paramahansa Yogananda wrote in Autobiography of a Yogi: “As the fragrance of flowers cannot be suppressed, so Lahiri Mahasaya, quietly living as an ideal householder, could not hide his innate glory. Devotee-bees from every part of India began to seek the divine nectar of the liberated master....The harmoniously balanced life of the great householder-guru became the inspiration of thousands of men and women.”
As Lahiri Mahasaya exemplified the highest ideals of Yoga, union of the little self with God, he is reverenced as a Yogavatar, or incarnation of Yoga.
Paramahansa Yogananda’s parents were disciples of Lahiri Mahasaya, and when he was but a babe in arms his mother carried him to the home of her guru. Blessing the infant, Lahiri Mahasaya said, “Little mother, thy son will be a yogi. As a spiritual engine, he will carry many souls to God’s kingdom.”
Lahiri Mahasaya established no organization during his lifetime, but made this prediction: “About fifty years after my passing, an account of my life will be written because of a deep interest in Yoga that will arise in the West. The message of Yoga will encircle the globe. It will aid in establishing the brotherhood of man: a unity based on humanity’s direct perception of the one Father.”
Lahiri Mahasaya entered mahasamadhi in Banaras, September 26, 1895. Fifty years later, in America, his prediction was fulfilled when an increasing interest in yoga in the West inspired Paramahansa Yogananda to write Autobiography of a Yogi, which contains a beautiful account of Lahiri Mahasaya’s life.
Swami Sri Yukteswar was born on May 10, 1855, at Serampore in Bengal, India. Sri Yukteswar was a disciple of Lahiri Mahasaya and attained the spiritual stature of a Jnanavatar, or incarnation of wisdom.
Sri Yukteswar recognized that a synthesis of the spiritual heritage of the East with the science and technology of the West would do much to alleviate the material, psychological, and spiritual suffering of the modern world. These ideas were crystallized by his remarkable encounter with Mahavatar Babaji, the guru of Lahiri Mahasaya, in 1894.
“At my request, Swamiji,” Babaji said to him, “will you not write a short book on the underlying harmony between Christian and Hindu scriptures? Their basic unity is now obscured by men’s sectarian differences. Show by parallel references that the inspired sons of God have spoken the same truths.”
Sri Yukteswar recounted: “In the quiet of night I busied myself over a comparison of the Bible and the scriptures of Sanatan Dharma. Quoting the words of the blessed Lord Jesus, I showed that his teachings are in essence one with the revelations of the Vedas. Through the grace of my paramguru, my book, "The Holy Science" was finished in a short time.”
It was to Swami Sri Yukteswar that Paramahansa Yogananda came as a youth. The great guru told his young disciple that, during their meeting in 1894, Mahavatar Babaji had informed him: “You, Swamiji, have a part to play in the coming harmonious exchange between Orient and Occident. Some years hence I shall send you a disciple whom you can train for yoga dissemination in the West. The vibrations there of many spiritually seeking souls come floodlike to me. I perceive potential saints in America and Europe, waiting to be awakened.”
After relating this, Sri Yukteswar told Yogananda, “My son, you are the disciple that, years ago, Babaji promised to send me.”
Under Sri Yukteswar’s spiritual training and discipline, Sri Yogananda was prepared to begin his worldwide mission in the West. Sri Yukteswar named Paramahansa Yogananda sole heir to his spiritual mantle and ashram properties.
Swami Sri Yukteswar entered mahasamadhi on March 9, 1936, during Paramahansaji’s visit to India after fifteen years in America.
Paramahansa Yogananda was born Mukunda Lal Ghosh on January 5, 1893, in Gorakhpur, India, into a devout and well-to-do Bengali family. From his earliest years, it was evident to those around him that the depth of his awareness and experience of the spiritual was far beyond the ordinary.
Both his parents were disciples of Lahiri Mahasaya, the renowned master who was instrumental in reintroducing Kriya Yoga in modern India. When Yogananda was an infant in his mother’s arms, Lahiri Mahasaya blessed him and foretold: “Little mother, thy son will be a yogi. As a spiritual engine, he will carry many souls to God's kingdom.”
In the hundred years since the birth of Paramahansa Yogananda, this beloved world teacher has come to be recognized as one of the greatest emissaries to the West of India’s ancient wisdom. His life and teachings continue to be a source of light and inspiration to people of all races, cultures and creeds.
Paramahansa Yogananda was personally blessed by Mahavatar Babaji, Lahiri Mahasaya, and Swami Sri Yukteswar — all three of the paramgurus in his spiritual lineage — to carry out the mission of disseminating Kriya Yoga worldwide.
In Autobiography of a Yogi he wrote: “The founding in the West of a Self-Realization Fellowship organization, a ‘hive for the spiritual honey,’ was a duty enjoined on me by Sri Yukteswar and Mahavatar Babaji.”
Master Roy E. Davis was born on March 9, 1931 in Leavittsburg, OH.
" When I was a child, I had frequent glimpses of higher realities and often vividly aware of an all -pervading, benevolent Presence that included me and all things in its wholeness" from Chapter 1, "Beginnings" Paramahansa Yogananda as I Knew him" Roy E. Davis.
Roy Davis was initiated by Paramahansa Yogananda in the month of August, 1951.
"He blessed me with private instruction, transmitted to me the spiritual force which flowed through him, assured me that I could and would, succeed on the spiritual path"
"Introduction", A Guide To Kriya Yoga Practice" P. 5 by Master Roy Davis.
As a direct disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda he was commissioned to teach and initiate devotees into Kriya Yoga.
Master Roy Davis has taught Kriya Yogba meditation and spiritual growth processes in North and South America, Europe, West Africa, Japan and India for more than 50 years. Some of his books have been published in 10 languages and 11 countries. He is the founder and spiritual director of the Center for Spiritual Awareness in Lakemont, GA. since 1972.
Some of the books authored by Master Roy Davis include:
Paramahansa Yogananda As I knew Him
Absolute Knowledge That Liberates Consciousness
The Science of Self-Realization (Patajali's Yoga Sutra)
The Eternal Way ( the Inner Meaning of the Bhagavad Gita)
Satisfying Our Innate Desire to Know God
The Spiritual Basis of Real Prosperity
Self-Knowledge (a commentary on Shankara's treatise)
Seven Lessons in Conscious Living
Basic English and Sanskit Word Meanings
Philosophical Concepts to Know.
Free Literature may be requested
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