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WHAT DOES THE
PRACTICE OF GURU
SIYAGS SIDDHA YOGA
(GSSY) INVOLVE?
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The practice of GSSY involves chanting (mental
repetition) of a divine mantra and meditation.
Guru Siyag initiates a seeker into GSSY as his
disciple by giving him/her a mantra a divine
word to chant silently round-the-clock and also
teaches a method of meditation. The chanting
(Jpa) of the mantra becomes involuntary when it
is repeated constantly over a certain period of
time. This however depends directly on the degree
of intensity, faith and sincerity with which the
chanting is done. In some cases the chanting
becomes involuntary after just over a week of
practice while in some other cases it takes a
fortnight or even a few months. Besides chanting
of the mantra, the disciple is also required to
meditate for 15 minutes each, two to three times a
day.
AWAKENING OF THE
KUNDALINI
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The chanting and meditation together awaken the
Kundalini. The Kundalini is a divine female energy
that lies asleep in an invisible form at the base of
the spinal column in the human body. She is
connected to six invisible energy hubs called
chakras placed above one another in the spinal
column. When a Siddha Guru (perfected master)
such as Guru Siyag awakens the Kundalini by
giving Shaktipta (conferring of spiritual energy)
through his divine mantra, she rises up through the
six chakras and finally reaches Sahasrra, the
point at the crown of the head, where God dwells.
The awakened Kundalini purifies the Siddha Yoga
practitioners entire body by inducing various
involuntary yogic sanans, kriys, bandhs, mudrs,
prnym etc. during meditation. The practitioner
cannot start or stop these yogic movements by his
own will.