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Shri Bhau Maharaj Niturkar
Siddha Yog
(Maha Yog)
Click to know moreGeneral Outlines of the SIDDHA YOGA
The importance of the Life Force (Prana)
The SIDDHA YOGA - Initiation
The Distinguishing Features of this Path
The Easy Path of the SIDDHA YOGA
ShaktiPat Yoga dikha Initiation



The aspirant, one who wants to be initiated in Siddha yoga, makes a request to the spiritual master. The spiritual master judges his / her commitment for the spiritual upliftment and then agrees for the initiation. The exact process of initiation is not revealed to anybody. During initiation the aspirant is asked to sit in comfortable position with his eyes closed and spine erect. The initiation is done on the auspicious day and on specific time. During the initiation, the spiritual power is transmitted from the spiritual master to the aspirant. The divine power is present in each and every living being.. It is eternal and all pervading but remains dormant because of unlawful deeds of his/her many past births. By the grace of the spiritual master, the sins committed are uprooted, the layers over the Adi Shakti (Kundalini Shakti) are removed, and she emerges into her original form of the divine entity. The power movers from the base of the spinal cord (Mooladhar Chakra) to the top of the brain (Sahasrara Chakra) like a serpent. The mind of the aspirant is diverted from worldly pleasures to the inner bliss.


The SIDDHA YOGA is also known as SHAKTIPAT YOGA because of its functional aspect. Following the Great Statements (Maha Vakyas) of the Vedas when an aspirant experiences communion with the God, it is called "knowledge". By the grace of God and by the favorable glance of the Spiritual master a deserving disciple achieves this knowledge of self-realisation through the process of the Transmission of Spiritual Power. This process is known as SHAKTIPAT.

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