Free lecture from 4 pm to 6 pm
Presented by: Nayaswami Jaya and Nayaswami Aditya
Venue: Omaxe Royal Residency, Banquet Hall, Ludhiana
Ph: 99156 18913

Kriya Yoga is a meditation technique that quickly accelerates one’s spiritual growth. It became widely known through Paramhansa Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi. According to Yogananda, Kriya is the most effective technique available to mankind today for reaching the goal of Yoga: union with the Divine. Ultimately, it’s more than a technique; it’s a spiritual path that includes other practices, right living, and discipleship to the Kriya line of spiritual teachers, or gurus.

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Nayaswami Jaya is a co-spiritual director of Ananda India and also a founding member of Ananda Village, now one of the most successful such communities in the world.

Along with his wife Nayaswami Sadhana Devi, they started traveling often throughout India since 2006, to help and guide leaders and devotees with their duties and spiritual growth.

Nayaswami Jaya has been authorized by Swami Kriyananda to give initiation into the advanced meditation technique Kriya Yoga. He travels widely as an Ananda “Kriyacharya,” sharing the teachings and techniques of Paramhansa Yogananda with audiences throughout the world.

Dr. Nayaswami Aditya is a Medical Practitioner, whose chief interests lie in sharing the teachings and benefits of yoga as a healthy and successful way of life. Aditya came to Ananda Sangha in 2008 and has since then actively helped with the Pune community operations. He also serves as the Spiritual Director of Ananda Sangha Pune. Apart from full time activities within the sangha, Aditya conducts yoga, meditation, health workshops in colleges, companies and institutions. He has conducted workshops on Health, Happiness and Success for many global industry leaders such as Tata Management and Training Center (TMTC), Infosys, Amdocs, Apollo Hospitals, and Metro.

Kriya Yoga is an ancient meditation technique of energy and breath control, or pranayama. It is part of a comprehensive spiritual path, which includes additional meditation practices along with right living.