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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


Shree Jnaneshwar Maharaj praises the path of SIDDHA YOGA.

The path of the SIDDHA YOGA can be compared to the path of birds' sky-way (vihamgam marga), in which an aspirant bird enjoys easily the fruit of the Spiritual progress owing to the God-gifted power. The great SAINT of Maharashhtra, Shri Jnanneshwar Maharaj was initiated into this path of SIDDHA YOGA by his Spiritual master, his elder brother, SHRI NIVRITTNATH  MAHARAJ. He had related the yogic experiences of this Yoga in several places in "JNANESWARI". For the benefits of all the fellow pilgrims of the Spiritual path. especially in the sixth chapter of "JNANESWARI" being blessed by his Spiritual master, he has narrated in detail some of his yogic experiences in which you will find description about his experiences that he had when his Divine Power was awakened by the grace of his Spiritual master, which he himself experienced without any effort, while reading the description of the experiences of this path in the 'JNANESWARI'. It is possible that common man may feel that such a difficult path is not easy to follow. But by the grace of a Spiritual master, an aspirant starts getting these experiences automatically without any physical efforts. Therefore they need not have such fears. The initiated persons have to simply watch whatever the experiences - physical or mental - that may arise in their meditation - (Spiritual practice). SHRI JNANESHWAR MAHARAJ disapproved other yogic practices which require special efforts. In the book named 'HARIPATH' in the fifty verse he says : "various yogic practices and sacred sacrificial offerings (sacrifices) would not yield results leading to man's final goal; for they are sheer waste of energy and would create hurdles (obstacles) like egoism in the Spiritual path".
Initiated by the Spiritual master SHRI NIVRITTNATH  MAHARAJ into the SIDDHA YOGA, he practiced it and experienced its simplicity. When he noticed that it is easy to follow, to make this simple and easy path known to the people, he recommends it to all the people in his book JNANESWARI in the verse 363 of the Chapter 6 (six):

"Is there anything so easy as this path of the SIDDHA YOGA?" 
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