Kriya Yoga is a simple, yet extraordinarily powerful, meditation technique -a quick path to reach higher states of consciousness and change your life by developing mind, body, intellect and awareness of the soul.
Kriya Yoga is non-sectarian, requires no painful austerities, and suits lay practitioners involved in modern, daily life as much as it does those who meditate in the quiet caves of Himalayan peaks.
The word 'kriya' itself signifies the unity of work and worship of activity and divinity.
Continuous awareness of the power of the indwelling soul can transform all of our actions - however mundane into worship, and our whole lives can be made divine. Calmness, peace, joy, love and compassion are the fruits of practice - fruits that are available to all who wish to practice with sincerity and humility.
Based on the science of breath, Kriya Yoga greatly enhances all spiritual practice. The technique emphasizes the relationship between the breath and mind. The breath influences the mind and vice-versa. This reciprocal relationship reveals the secret of controlling the mind: 'Breath control is self-control. Breath mastery is self-mastery.' When the breath is mastered, the face of the divine can be seen.
A sincere spiritual seeker who follows the path of Kriya Yoga with love and devotion and a desire for spiritual growth can attain self-realization or enlightenment -in this very lifetime. This powerful yoga is a manifestation of the many yogas described in the Bhagavad Gita, but primarily it derives from.