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Siddha Yoga Philosophy 

Siddha Yoga Philosophy 

Adhyatma Vigyan Satsang Kendra (AVSK) is a Jodhpur based Trust in the Indian state of Rajasthan, dedicated to promotion and propagation of the understanding of India’s spiritual science and to help integrate it with physical science through practical manifestation of Siddha Yoga, in order to achieve divine transformation of human life around the world.

AVSK’s mission is based on the philosophy of Yoga as propounded by ancient sage Matsyendra Nath, and codified later by sage Patanjali in a treatise titled ‘Yoga Sutra’, several thousand years ago. Yoga is considered an integral tool of the vast body of Vedic (Hindu) literature that covers the whole gamut of Indian spirituality. The ‘Yoga Sutra’, containing just 195 aphorisms, lucidly elucidates the eight stages of the Ashtang‘ (eight-fold) Yoga, which a seeker passes through as he progresses along the spiritual path.

Yoga is immensely beneficial in eliminating bodily and mental afflictions, and restoring and harmonizing the psycho-physical balance in a human body. However, using it for this purpose alone is to leave out its sole aim – liberating the seeker from the bondage of karmas, which tie him down to the perennial cycle of life and death.

Ram Lal Ji Siyag (Sadgurudev Siyag), a practitioner of Siddha Yoga that is considered the quickest and safest way to liberation, has set out to unite mankind by unshackling it from the narrow identities of nationalities, religion, race and colour that divide it today. To universalize this divine knowledge and to transform the human race, and to translate Sadgurudev Siyag’s ideals into reality, a trust called Adhyatma Vigyan Satsang Kendra has been set up by him. Visit www.the-comforter.org for more details.

 The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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