Welcome to the Introduction to Kriya Yoga Series
Welcome to the Introduction to Kriya Yoga Series. This course is designed to introduce new students of Kriya Yoga to the fundamentals of practice. It is also intended as a review for those who have already been initiated or are practicing Kriya Yoga.
This series will consist of 6 pre-recorded lectures. Each week, participants will be sent a video and/or audio exploring the teachings of Kriya Yoga. Our goal will be to discuss and provide commentary on the fundamentals of Kriya Yoga Practice as it relates to your Self-realization and meditation. The secondary goal is to provide continued inspiration and spiritual instruction to maintain intentional attunement with the Kriya Yoga lineage.
How to Meditate
How to Set Up an Effective Meditation Practice
Food, Sleep, Exercise, Discipline, Devotion
History of Kriya Yoga in the Modern Era
The Rebirth of Kriya Yoga
About the Spiritual Lineage
The Life of Dedicated Kriya Yogi
What is Important in Life
The Foundation of a Yogi’s Life
The Power and Purpose of Initiation
Becoming a Disciple
Living in Harmony with Your Spiritual Purpose
The Purpose of Spiritual Study
Seasoned yogic meditators are invited to participate to further hone their practice, and beginning yogic meditators are invited to learn the time tested techniques of Self-realization. Everyone is invited to introduce their mind and consciousness to the great process that is Kriya Yoga.
Prerequisites for Class Participation: A review of the Kriya Yoga Meditation Beginner’s Guide on YouTube is advised.
Required Reading: Kriya Yoga: Continuing the Lineage of Enlightenment by Ryan Kurczak
You can also re-familiarize yourself with free instruction on meditation, Self-Inquiry and Kriya Yoga meditation through the Kriya Yoga Teaching Videos link below.
“When the light of the Self dawns purely and brightly in the heart, one sees it was there all along, never lost. One sees that all that is, was and will be, is the radiant indescribable uncreated being of the Self.”
Note: These videos are pre-recorded lectures. References to events, such as online Q&A sessions, during a lecture, are outdated and to be ignored.