The True Meaning of Pranaam


A Message to All Souls Incarnated on Earth... 
Eternally, Humble Servant - Yogi Satyam

The true celebration of non-violence means having the thought, practice and perception of Ahimsa Having the thought and perception of illness, sickness, tiredness, impossibility and existence of death is called living with violence. 

Kriyayoga Principle states that each and every particle of The Cosmos is Immortal and cannot be destroyed by any means. The nature of particle is eternally humble Consciousness. Therefore, the particle is subject to change by the demand of anyone. This means that this body head-to-toes is Immortal. When we do not like changes within, then the body demonstrates change, and at the end becomes invisible to normal physical eyes of human beings, but remains visible to all Deathless Immortal Masters. The change appearing in the Cosmos is characteristic of the most high humble character of Cosmic Consciousness - God (Parabrahma). 

Whenever a person lives with the principle of duality - sin and virtue, pain and pleasure, birth and death - he cannot understand the science of Ahimsa... In order to understand Ahimsa correctly, a person has to experience that there is no distance between oneself and God. Such a person is thus having the position of a Child of God. 

It is worthy to quote here the teachings of Jesus Christ - "Then said Jesus unto them. When ye have lifted up the son of man, then shall ye know that I am He." - (John 8:28)

Here son of man means ego. Ego is a state of consciousness in which Soul is in a delusionary state of experiencing its limited nature. The real nature of Soul is Omnipresent and Unlimited Consciousness. By the practice of Kriyayoga, when ego is uplifted, then ego is called Son of God (Soul). Practising Kriyayoga means entering into Kingdom of God and experiencing Oneness with God.

It is clear from The Bible that the Kingdom of God is Within.:
"Lo here! or Lo there! for behold, the Kingdom of God is within you." ( Luke 17:20-21)

The question arises now "How do we see the Kingdom of God Within?"

"Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." (John 3:3)

Now, we have to understand clearly how we are to be born again. In day-to-day understanding, people think that one has to leave body and incarnate again in human form to be eligible to see Kingdom of God. The real meaning is different. In the practice of Kriyayoga, when we concentrate on head to toes with the principle of Immortality, we realize that each and every moment, the visible manifestation of Self is new existence, as never before. This state is called newly-born or virgin state (knuvaaraapana). In this way, we are able to see Kingdom of God within. However, we still cannot enter into it. 

The next question arises: How do we enter into the Kingdom of God? 

"Verily, verily, I say unto thee, except man be born of water and Spirit, he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God." (John 3:5)

Here, water is used to explain the character of eternal humbleness. Water is called the greatest universal solvent. It can adapt to any shape and size, maintaining its full existence. For example, when we put water in a plate or glass, it changes its shape according to the container. When we practise Kriyayoga sincerely, we become like water. 

Now, we have to understand how to be born of Spirit? 

By constantly practising Kriyayoga sincerely, we ultimately realize that Self is Omnipresent Consciousness. Realization of Omnipresent Consciousness is called to be born of Spirit. Now, we are able to enter into The Kingdom of God and experience that I and God Are One - "Ahambrahmaashmi". 

Realization of I and God Are One is called experiencing Ahimsa (non-violence). It is now clear that Kriyayoga Practice is thus the Highest and Greatest Principle of living with Ahimsa.