Kriya Yoga: Divine Dispensation for Our Awakening Age
Kriya Yoga: Divine Dispensation for Our Awakening Age
Kriya Yoga: Divine Dispensation for Our Awakening Age

Kriya Yoga: Divine Dispensation for Our Awakening Age

Swami Anandamoy explains that practice of Kriya Yoga leads one “steadily and surely to the perception of divinity within”

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Kriya Yoga: Divine Dispensation for Our Awakening Age by Swami Anandamoy Giri is one of a series of informal talks on the teachings of Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi.

In this talk, given in 1995 at the dedication ceremony of the Paramahansa Yoganandaji Smriti Mandir (Memorial Shrine) in Ranchi, India, Swami Anandamoy speaks on Paramahansa Yoganandaji’s mission to spread worldwide the teachings of Kriya Yoga—illuminating for this age the universal aspect of religion. He explains that practice of the meditation techniques taught by the Guru, including Kriya Yoga, leads one "steadily and surely to the perception of divinity within."

About the Speaker
Swami Anandamoy Giri
Brother Anandamoy was born near Zurich. He first came to the United States in 1948 to study architecture with Frank Lloyd Wright. After reading Autobiography of a Yogi, he traveled to Los Angeles to meet Paramahansa Yogananda. Soon after, he became a monk of Self-Realization Fellowship, the society founded by Yogananda in 1920 to disseminate his teachings worldwide, and was privileged to receive personal guidance and spiritual discipline from Paramahansa Yogananda. As an international lecturer for Self-Realization Fellowship, Brother Anandamoy has traveled extensively, captivating audiences with his wit, wisdom, and inspiring personal stories of his years with Paramahansa Yogananda.
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