THE GREATNESS OF HUMAN LIFE
"Man, who becomes Super-Man by realizing his Supreme Self through Divine Grace, is the best replica of God, the Almighty, in His blessed creation. He is the highest in the order of evolution of living beings because of his emotional, intellectual, intuitional and verbal powers of feeling, thinking, cognizing and expressing genius of extraordinary type.
By developing these exceptional powers scientifically, man contemplates to control the whole universe and become the greatest power in the whole world. Though he has succeeded to a great extent in this mad adventure, he has utterly failed in his main purpose of becoming more happy and secure. So, he cannot claim real greatness in the world as he has neither achieved real and enduring happiness, nor overcome grief or misery.
Having known the ephemeral nature of the world through acute discrimination, he who leads a pure life of dispassion and spiritual discipline of serving a real Guru, and gets absorbed in his own Real Nature, is truly the blessed and liberated person, who is also the happiest and the greatest in the world"
- Bhagwan Nityananda
Welcome to Siddhaloka. Siddhaloka literally means "Abode of the Siddhas". Siddhaloka Ashram (hermitage) is situated in an idyllic location outside the city of Bangalore in Southern India. This is the seat of the Siddha Yoga Dham, a registered charitable institution whose spiritual head is Param Poojya (His Holiness) Swami Chetanananda Saraswati, who belongs to the ancient lineage of Siddha Gurus. Siddha Yoga is a practical and natural means of self-realization, wherein the disciple spontaneously reaches the Ultimate state through the grace of the Siddha Guru ('Perfect Master'). Welcome to this sanctuary of peace and well being for all humanity.
Dates of next Siddha Meditation Intensive (Shaktipat Initiation):
15th August 2014
16th November 2014
Last updated on 22nd January 2014 'SIDDHALOKA FOUNDATION DAY'
Siddhaloka has undertaken Sacred forest project under the able guidance of His Holiness Swami Chetanananda Saraswati. The goal is to restore around 500 acres of wastelands in Magadi Taluk over a period of 5 years, in a phased manner, which would meet the various needs of the people. This ecological restoration will be taken up along the principles of watershed development. Soil and water conservation as well as the livelihoods of communities in the area are the main focus of the programme.
Check Sacred Forest Project link for complete details
14th May, 2014 - Wednesday at 6 AM -- Sri Muktananda Jayanti
12th July, 2014 - Saturday at 6 AM -- Sri Guru Poornima
23rd July, 2014 - Wednesday at 10 AM -- Sri Nityannanda Punyatithi
After this, take three or four fresh or dry neem leaves, grind them as much as possible and mix some honey and few drops of lemon in it and then suck this mixture steadily. At 12.O'clock noon, take Panchamrita consisting of the following :-
About 200 ml. of cow's milk 100 gms curd from cow's milk25 gms of Sugar25 gms. of cow's ghee10 gms of honey
The above mixture should be churned properly and is to be taken all at a time as per requirement of body at ease. After one hour keep one Haritaki in the mouth and slowly suck it.
Between 2.00 PM and Sunset, one can occupy oneself with any useful hobby. After Sunset and upto bedtime, one may occupy one self for meditation and Mantra japa "Hamsah" and before going to bed at 9.00 PM about 250 ml. of warm milk is to be taken. Above described Kayakalpa is very simple for worldly persons if needed at all.
... to be continued
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