THE QUEST TO BE
Yogeshwar Muni in Meditation
at his Crystal Valley Retreat
High Desert of
Lucerne Valley CA,
1975 Link: Dhyanmudra
Natural Yoga or Surrender Meditation is called Sahaja Yoga in Sanskrit. Translated, it means Natural Union. This great Godgiven gift and tradition embodies the innate and ultimate striving of humanity for all that is good and pure; it reveals a path as natural as breathing and leads the aspirant to union with God, union with Absolute Truth and union with Divine Love.
The dedicated truth-seeker realizes freedom from the bonds of death and secures his/her immortal birthright. Patanjali's definition of yoga in the Yoga Sutras is "the cessation of modifications in the mind." Such a significant and potent process is safeguarded and passed on through authentic lineages of masters, from guru to disciple.
Yoga is indestructible
Surrender yoga is unfathomably ancient, predating historical records. In the first verse of the fourth chapter of the Holy Bhagavad Gita, Reverend Lord Dark Moon (Krishnachandra), the first teacher of yoga, says:
"I taught this indestructible yoga to the Sun in the beginning of creation. The Sun taught it to his son, First Man, and he taught it to his son, Ikshvaku (the first king of the solar dynasty)." from Revealing the Secret p.5
Indian sages have known yoga from time immemorial. It has been tested over the centuries by the great yogis and yoginis who have attained the divine body.
See Some of Yogeshwar Muni's
Natural Yoga Writings: