Free Introduction to the Path of Kriya Yoga

30 day online course taught by Brahmachari Sanjan

Free Intro to Kriya Yoga
What is Kriya Yoga? Kriya Yoga is a meditation technique that quickly accelerates one’s spiritual growth. It was first made widely known by Paramhansa Yogananda in his Autobiography of a Yogi. Yogananda said that Kriya is the most effective technique available for helping one to reach the goal of Yoga, which means “union with the Divine.”

This free course will give you an introduction to the Path of Kriya Yoga - four online courses (steps one through four) which prepare a student for eventual initiation into the technique of Kriya Yoga. It includes several excerpts from each step on The Path of Kriya.


Upcoming Live Webinar:

Introduction to the Path of Kriya Yoga

with Brahmachari Sanjan

September 7, 2015 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm PDT calculate your local time here

This webinar will give a basic overview of the comprehensive Path of Kriya Yoga and the steps one can take to prepare for this meditation technique. Along with a 45 minute presentation, we will include a brief meditation as well at time for questions and answers.To attend webinar, simply enroll in this free course anytime after August 7, 2015. This webinar will be recorded for later viewing.


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*Extensions on 30-day enrollment are freely given. Simply request a longer enrollment by e-mailing admin@onlinewithananda.org.


Course includes:

  • digital text
  • audio learning
  • digital video
  • online discussion through forums
  • one-on-one support through email or telephone

Your Instructor:

Sanjan

Brahmachari Sanjan, Director of the Ananda Kriya Sangha for North and South America. He lives at Ananda Village in Northern California. Before moving to CA he lived in Madison, Wisconsin where he ran the Ananda Madison Meditation group. During this time he taught yoga meditation throughout Madison and the surrounding area to a wide variety of people. Sanjan currently lives at the Ananda Dwapara Monastery with a small group of monks.




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