The goal of the Siddha Yoga path is Self-realization -- the experience of unity with God. It teaches that within each of us, behind the mind, the body, the ego, is a divine power. Siddha Yoga students embrace the spiritual practices of yoga including meditation, chanting, contemplation and study, and selfless service, as the means to the goal of Self-realization.
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Acharya Chandrahas Sharma- Siddha Yoga
India-based type of Siddha Yoga, based on the Shaktipat tradition of Yogeshwar Sri Chandra Mohan Ji (1907-1990) and Mahaprabhu Ramlal Ji (1888 - ca. 1939). Teachings, photos and biographical details.
Directed by Swami Chetanananda, named after Bhagavan Nityananda of Ganeshpuri (died 1961). Information on programs in Boston, New York and Santa Monica.
Self Awareness Institute: Laguna Beach, California
Offer courses in self realization and teacher training in Shaktipat Meditation.
Group of Swami Nityananda (Subhash Shetty, born 1962), the brother of Gurumayi Chidvilasananda, and also one of the successors of Swami Muktananda (d. 1982). Information on teaching and ashrams, with a photo gallery.
Siddha Loka: The abode of the Siddha Guru
Siddha Loka is an Ashram (hermitage) near Bangalore in India, headed by Swami Chetanananda Saraswati, a disciple of Bhagwan Nityananda of Ganeshpuri. Site with many photos of the ashram and information on programs.
Brief introduction, links and photographs of Gurumayi Chidvilasananda.
Siddha Yoga Meditation Global Site
SYDA Foundation global site on the Siddha Yoga Path, under the guidance of Gurumayi Chidvilasananda, the successor of Swami Muktananda (d. 1982). Information on Siddha Yoga philosophy and culture, worldwide ashrams, centers, programs and individual participation.
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