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Ennio Nimis - Kriya Yoga, Synthesis Of A Personal Experience

Ennio Nimis - Kriya Yoga, Synthesis Of A Personal Experience

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My spiritual search began early, after I bought an introductory book on classical Yoga. 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." This experience was preceded by a couple of days characterized by fear and anguish ...
My spiritual search began early, after I bought an introductory book on classical Yoga. 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." This experience was preceded by a couple of days characterized by fear and anguish ...

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Kriya Yoga: synthesis of a personal experience
Author:
Ennio
Nimis 
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CONTENTS
Contents iiSynopsis iii
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ART
I
HISTORY OF MY PASSION FOR KRIYA YOGA
1. Yoga Self-Taught 62. I Learn Kriya Yoga 193. The Breathless State 374. In Search of the Original Kriya 545. A Clean Mystical Path 78P
 
ART
II
SHARING THE KRIYA YOGA TECHNIQUES
6. The Basic Techniques of Kriya Yoga 907. Further Information about the First Kriya 1068. Higher Kriyas 126P
 
ART
III
GRADUAL LEARNING OF KRIYA YOGA
9. Preliminary Remarks on the Potential Dangers of Meditationand Kriya 15510. Building the Best Foundation for the Kriya Yoga Path 16711. A Turning point: the Breathless State 18512. Kriya of the Cells 192
 Appendix
: Remarks upon Kriya Yogaas Taught by the Organizations 202
Glossary
217
 Bibliography
2332
 
S
YNOPSIS
PART I: HISTORY OF MY PASSION FOR KRIYA YOGA
The first part contains the story of the different phases of my spiritual search: selteaching of Yoga; Kriya Yoga received from an organization; Kriya Yoga received fromtraveling gurus; final decision of putting in a book all what I knew about Kriya Yogatechniques and go ahead alone.
Chapter 1 Yoga Self-Taught
My spiritual search began early, after I bought an introductory book on classical Yoga.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 wasdisciplined 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 thefundamentals of my being, not provoked by any external cause. After three months of  practice, I experienced what Yoga books call : " Kundalini awakening." This experiencewas preceded by a couple of days characterized by fear and anguish,
Chapter 2 I Learn Kriya Yoga
Enthusiast of Pranayama, I decided to devote my life to perfect it. I became to know of the existence of 
 
Kriya Yoga: a four-phased Pranayama path taught in our age by thegreat Lahiri Mahasaya. I would have done whatever to learn it immediately but thisclashed with the rules of the organization spreading it: it was necessary to follow acorrespondence course. Meekly, I accepted to put aside my already consolidated practice of classic Pranayama and abide only by the written teachings of mycorrespondence course. A year and a half later, I received the First Kriya set of techniques. I was blissfully happy but unable to conceive a working routine -- the one Ifollowed was neither functional nor rational
Chapter 3 The Breathless State
When I learned the so called Higher Kriyas, this problem became more and more critic,also because they were not completely explained. Later, when one of the organization'srepresentatives refused to clarify my doubts, reluctantly, I decided to address my searchtoward other sources. I had no concrete results but, thanks to some good readings, the practice of Japa entered my life; with it, the experience of the breathless state became part of my life
Chapter 4 In Search of the Original Kriya
Possessed by an eager desire to learn the so-called "original Kriya", I made the greatmistake of neglecting that state for many years. I followed three different teachers.Among many not very important details, I learned something valuable: 1. theimportance of listening to the internal sounds during Kriya Pranayama; 2. thefrenulum-stretching technique (Talabya Kriya) leading to mastery of Kechari Mudra; 3.the mysterious Tribhangamurari movement and, at last: 4. the concept of IncrementalRoutine.3

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