Ancient and timeless, universal and non-sectarian, the path of Kriya Yoga is more than a spiritual practice, it is a way of life. Its purpose is the end of suffering, the attainment of lasting inner joy, and ultimate freedom in God.

Such a goal is not reached in a day, a year, or perhaps even a lifetime, but as truth-seekers everywhere have learned, this blessed Kriya path offers greater peace of mind, less anxiety and stress, and more inspiration than any conventional, modern way of living. The reason is easy to understand, as you will discover as you read on.

After many incarnations of struggle and disappointment, we begin to seek in earnest for more than the ups and downs of ordinary life. We want better answers to our most fundamental questions: Who am I? What is this life all about, and how can I make it work for me, for the person I really want to be?

The path of Kriya Yoga answers those questions in fully practical terms. It is not some dusty philosophical thesis. Nor is it burdened with an overlay of rules, rituals and dogmas. The path of Kriya Yoga is entirely experiential. It leads us to our own higher awareness, to a deeper, intuitive connection to Spirit, and to ever-increasing inner bliss and well-being. Those who embrace this path tend to be more successful in other areas of their lives also, such as career and relationships. That’s because there is nothing in life that Kriya Yoga does not positively affect.