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Vihangam Yoga - Divya Jeevan Katha

Vihangam Yoga - Divya Jeevan Katha

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INTERESTING BOOK ON A GREAT SAINT OF YOGA WHO DISCOVERED THE LOST PATH OF SPIRITUALITY AND THE PROPER TECHNIQUE OF DEATH. HE WAS KNOWN AS ABBHYAS SIDHHA SADGURU SADAFALDEOJI MAHARAJ. FOR MORE DETAILS VISIT : www.vihangamyoga.org AND LEARN 5 STEPS OF VIHANGAM YOGA FROM MIND CONCENTRATION TO GOD REALISATION
INTERESTING BOOK ON A GREAT SAINT OF YOGA WHO DISCOVERED THE LOST PATH OF SPIRITUALITY AND THE PROPER TECHNIQUE OF DEATH. HE WAS KNOWN AS ABBHYAS SIDHHA SADGURU SADAFALDEOJI MAHARAJ. FOR MORE DETAILS VISIT : www.vihangamyoga.org AND LEARN 5 STEPS OF VIHANGAM YOGA FROM MIND CONCENTRATION TO GOD REALISATION

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Vihangam Yoga
The true spiritual path…
Sadguru Sadafal Deo JiMaharaj,
A Divine Affinity…..
A journeyWithGod’s ownMessenger…
 
Vihangam Yoga
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Foreword
Even while Yogiraj Sadguru Sadafal Deo JiMaharaj was alive, he had directed me to write abouthis life-story. Accordingly while participating in hismemorial services at Vritikutta Ashram, I had declaredthat I would soon write and publish his biography. Butmy tours across the country, propagating the yogi’ssacred teachings delayed the execution of this work. The first twenty-five years of the yogi’s life hadbeen recorded in the shape of a biographical sketchduring his life-period itself. Based on my study of thatbiography and on whatever knowledge and informationI have gathered of the Saint through the personalcontact that I have had with him (it indeed was aprivilege), I have completed this book for the benefit of those interested in getting a true and authentic accountof the life of the great Saint. If accounts of all the travelsundertaken by the yogi and if all his teachings anddiscourses were to be compiled it would turn out to be abig volume. Therefore, I have given a short and conciseaccount of only the salient features of his life andteachings in this book. In this book, I have covered allthe stages of Swamiji’s life from the time of his earlydetachment till the time of him renouncing the bodyincluding the period of his yogic practices, so that thereaders may benefit from the unique and superbteaching of the yogi and the memories of his great life.Besides, subjects relating to experiences truth directlyfelt by a Vihangam yogi have also been accounted inthis book.I have completed this glorious account of his life todayafter eleven days of continuous work taking meticulouscare to see that nothing important is left out.I hope the readers will find this book eminently suitablefor the purpose for which it has been written. I alsohope that human beings all over the world will assembleunder the ‘a’ marked white banner of the Brahmavidyapropounded by the Sadguru Maharaj and shall make acontinuous endeavour to attain spiritual enlightenmentnot only for themselves but also inspire others toachieve the same in life. I am confident that theAlmighty will bring fulfillment to Swamijisdetermination for universal propagation of the Brahmavidya. May God keep me true andsublime in the fulfillment of the great mission of my life under the patronage of the Sadguru.. This is all I pray for!!!
-Acharya Shri Dharamchandradeo Ji Maharaj
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Vihangam Yoga
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The Birth of the Eternal Guru
 The great saint Sadafal Deo Ji Maharaj was born on Thursday at 9 A.M. on the fourthday of the first fortnight of the month of Bhadra in Year 1945 corresponding to 1888 A.D., inthe family of Baba Lal Ji Rao of the dynasty of Kshatriya Sangers. His father's name wasRajarshi Hanuman Singh and his mother's name was Maharani Mukti Devi. The place wherehe was born i.e. the village Pakari is located at a distonce of 25 Kilometers towards the NorthWest direction from the northern bank of the Ganga, in the district of Ballia in Uttor Pradesh. The Kshatriya-Sanger-dynasty is a dynasty of saints and it has its origin from Shanto thedaughter of Raja Dasrath of Ayodhya, who was married to the renowned Rishi Sringi. Thisdynasty has produced a galaxy of Yogis, saints and seers from time to time. But the Yogicexcellence and the sphere of influence of Yogiraj Maharshi, Sadafal Deo Ji has been the mostspectocular of the whole lot. People all over the country hold him in the highest esteem andhis enumerable disciples worship him as Kabir incarnate. There is an unmistokable impact of  Yogi Ji's prowess, knowledge and philosophy on Yogis and searchers of spiritual truth in India. The eternal flame of the Brahma-Vidya of Sri Sadguru Deo Ji will always enlighten theirhearts. Sri Nath Baba, Sri Junglee Baba and Mahatma Bulaki Das have been some of theluminaries in this dynasty of Sanger Khastriyas of the Gautom Gotra in which Swami SadafalDeo Ji was born. Sri Nath Baba was born near Rasera and his Samadhi can still be seen in thatvillage. There are a number of places in districts of Azamgarh, Chhapra and Ballia where onemay come across
Matts
set up by him. Even today his posterity offer Roto (a special kind of large size bread) in his holy memory. The sphere of activities of Mahatma Bulaki Das has alsobeen close to Rasera. Even now one comes across people, singing his poems that contain therefrain “so says Bulaki Sanger”. He was a saint and he composed his poems based on hisexperience and self-knowledge.  There had been the advent of one more saint in this dynasty, that of Mahatma JungleeBaba, who was a recluse of the first order and was amongst the category of saints who,though not literate, are possessed of the divine light of Brahma-Gyana. Usually the saints of true realization are unfamiliar with language or customs of the society, but they arepossessed with the internal and secret knowledge of the divine, in the light of which theyroam freely about in the universe. Sri Junglee Baba was a saint of this order.Sadguru Sri Sadafal Deo Ji Maharaj had great respect and admiration for Junglee Baba,who lived for fairly a long period during his life time. He was widely known throughout thedistrict of Ballia and there are numerous stories pertaining to the Baba's bountiful mercies tohis disciples and others who went to him seeking fulfillment of their desires. Normally saintsand pious souls show reluctance in doing miracles for the benefit of people, but kind heartedand full of compassion as they are, their stiffness melts before prayers of distressed andsuffering folk made to them in the expectation that they would be fulfilled. It is on record thatthe wishes of a lowly devotee of the Baba were fulfilled at the mere asking of it.  The fame and reputation, of Bhagwan Maharshi Sadafal Deo Ji is spread over not onlythe districts of Ballia and other adjoining areas; it extends to far off States like Assam, WestBengal, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Gujrat and Maharashtra. A great number of people in allthese States have disciplined their lives in accordance with the teachings and the ways of lifepropounded by Swamiji and are striving to attain spiritual bliss in life. He has been the mostspectacular and the most illustrious among the saints of this dynasty, both from the point of view of depth of spiritual attainments and the extent and range of his impact and influence. 
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