The Science of
as taught by
GURUJI YOGI SATYAM
SPIRITUAL LINEAGE OF KRIYAYOGA
“I bow to My Deathless Eternal Guru Mahavatar Babaji,
Yogavatar of Ascending Dwapara Yuga Lahiri Mahasaya ji and
Gyanavatar Swami Shree Yukteswar Giri ji - my Guru of past and present life.”
- Guruji Swami Shree Yogi Satyam
Eternal Guru Mahavatar Babaji has been chosen by God to retain his pure body from time immemorial until the end of the present Visible Universe. The imperfect human mind cannot comprehend this truth because the unawakened mental and reasoning power of the human being is incapable of penetrating into the sphere of Eternal Truth. The work for Eternal Master is to help all creations with the plan of Universal COSMIC Law.
Deathless Eternal Guru Mahavatar Babaji
Yogavatar Lahiri Mahasaya ji
Lahiri Mahasaya is the Yogavatar of the present Ascending Dwapar Yuga (1700 A.D. to 4100 A.D.). In 1861, Mahavatar Babaji fully awakened the Intuitive Eye of Lahiri Mahasaya and requested him to spread the teaching of complete lifestyle (Life Science) – Kriyayoga Science, to everyone so that they may realize their Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient nature. As the Holy Ganges came down from Heaven to Earth through the deep practice of Kriyayoga by Sage Bhageerath, so in 1861, the celestial holy river of Kriyayoga descended to Earth through the instrumentality of Lahiri Mahasaya.
Gyanavatar Swami Shree Yukteswar Giri is an example of a true disciple of Lahiri Mahasaya. For the first time, a clear exposition of Truth hidden in the Bible and Sanatan Dharma (Eternal Religion) scriptures of India was revealed through the teachings and writings of Swami Yukteshwar Giri. He was blessed to have the holy privilege of bestowing his knowledge to Paramahansa Yogananda, a great incarnation of Truth and non-violence.
Swami Shree Yukteswar Giri for the first time revealed clearly that the present age of the world is Ascending Dwapar Yuga and the human race is in a constant state of awakening to experience God more and more with the eternal message that God has become all – “Ekoahambahushyaami”.