Questions Who is SantataGamana? Are you Ennio Nimis? Although we both teach spirituality without dogmas and without the guru-worship that is traditionally prevalent, our sharing is pretty different. These are the cornerstone of Liberation, often ignored in Kriya literature.
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Questions Who is SantataGamana? Are you Ennio Nimis? Although we both teach spirituality without dogmas and without the guru-worship that is traditionally prevalent, our sharing is pretty different. These are the cornerstone of Liberation, often ignored in Kriya literature. Additionally, Ennio Nimis is mentioned in Kriya Yoga Exposed , and it would make no sense whatsoever to talk about myself in the third person and even give self-ratings.
That would be pretty egoic and defeat the biggest purpose of my books—going beyond the ego into pure Consciousness. Are you Yogani? There are many differences in our teachings, although we both have the purpose of guiding seekers all the way toward their real Self. This is a funny question. Which real identity? The one on the government-issued card? Is that my real identity? Is that your real identity? Yet the words I write come from something deeper, something really profound within.
Not from the person. They come from who I truly am, not from this body-mind, which is not really worth talking about. True spiritual teachings are for going beyond the personhood into Godhood. As long as we relate to each other as persons, we will not go far.
The person is a very limited and egocentric entity. All suffering, wars, and drama come from humans interacting with each other as persons egos. Talking about the person, history, and personality is not the intended purpose of my sharing.
As many people have probably seen by themselves, traveling extensively throughout the globe in search of the truth will only get you so far. We have to stop and really look inside. The truth is not in India, the Himalayas, Arunachala or in some special guru, lineage or spiritual tradition. The truth is in us. We can recognize it when we let go of our tremendous attachment to who we think we are. We are not seekers. Free feel to contact me if you have any doubts. I can only respond to those who are subscribed to the newsletter and have read at least one of my books.
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Ennio Nimis - Kriya Yoga, Synthesis Of A Personal Experience
Iyengar followed and then finally the autobiography of an Indian saint, where I found the term Kriya Yoga. My interest in Yoga had been fueled by a certain expectation of the effectiveness of the oriental forms of meditation that had slowly coalesced during my childhood and early adolescence. But first things first I remember that the first one I read from end to end was on occultism. Knowing the book was considered unsuitable for my age, I was proud to be able to read and understand it. I turned a deaf ear to any persuasive advice to dedicate myself to more formative readings.
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Start your review of Kriya Yoga Write a review Jun 09, Tim rated it it was amazing Kriya Yoga: Synthesis of a Personal Experience is a rare gem of experience-based, practical spiritual knowledge and instruction. It is not often one finds such a direct, down-to-earth guide that is free of intellectual, philosophical language and gets right to the point. The author has had a lifetime of practice with several schools of Kriya Yoga, and he has passionately devoured a wide range of yoga and esoteric texts. He presents a lot of previously secret knowledge and compares the different Kriya Yoga: Synthesis of a Personal Experience is a rare gem of experience-based, practical spiritual knowledge and instruction. He presents a lot of previously secret knowledge and compares the different tradtitions in an honest, frank way.
I considered Yoga a discipline capable to produce an internal change in my personality. I began with an exercise, to be done in Savasana, where the thinking process was disciplined to create a state of "mental void". I decided also to extend the mechanism of this technique to my student life. I decided to reinforce my discipline through the art of Pranayama. The first result was the experience of a vast joy springing from the fundamentals of my being, not provoked by any external cause. After three months of practice, I experienced what Yoga books call : " Kundalini awakening.