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Shri Bhau Maharaj Niturkar
Siddha Yog
(Maha Yog)
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The importance of the Life Force (Prana)
The SIDDHA YOGA - Initiation
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The Easy Path of the SIDDHA YOGA
ShaktiPat Yoga dikha Initiation



If the seeker has been initiated by another Spiritual master.....

According to the Spiritual discipline, if an aspirant has been once initiated, it is not considered proper for him to be initiated by another Spiritual master with the same motive. But having taken permission from the former Spiritual master, there would be no difficulty in being initiated again by another Spiritual master for his Spiritual progress and for achieving the desired goal. Lord Shri Dattatreya had derived lessons from twenty-four masters. Having learnt and studied these special lessons from them, he acquired certain virtues. Thus if one cannot accomplish (attain) his goal, through initiation by a former Spiritual master, re-initiation is considered acceptable in Spiritual discipline. The succeeding Spiritual master should be honoured; with the same respect as the former one, in the new form; identifying the successor with the former and with full faith will prove beneficial. The Spiritual practices assigned by the former Spiritual master should not be forsaken but should be continued with honour.

In all yogic practices the awakening of the Divine Power (Kundalini Shakti) is fundamental and obligatory, for attaining perfection. With the permission of the former Spiritual master the initiated can be re-initiated into the SIDDHA YOGA. But if the former Spiritual master  does not permit a seeker to go in for (to take for) another initiation, then in that case the seeker should bear in mind that his Spiritual goal can only be achieved by the grace of his former Spiritual master. It should be taken as the last word.


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