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This section is created for visitors to ask questions on various topics ranging from Kundalini yoga, Siddha yoga, Kriyas, Meditation, Chakras and Nadis, various paths to the God, and many more on the spirituality in general. 

I will Answer ONLY the questions that have not been already answered Here and Here.  (90% of common questions have already been answered several times in the past)

You will receive an email if and when the question is answered. My efforts are to share a very detailed and intricate knowledge about the Siddha yoga (also called Kundalini yoga) that is one of the oldest, most powerful and the simplest of the Yogas. I myself have benefited from this path (because of the grace of my Sadguru) and hence the efforts to spread the knowledge of Siddha yoga (kundalini yoga) to those interested.

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  • Most of the questions are very common, like 'How to find a Guru?', 'Do you give Deeksha?', 'Am I progressing in spiritual path?', 'How do I know which is a fake Guru?' etc. All common questions are already answers by me several times, so please: before sending your question - DO READ:  Common questions about God, Yoga, Divinity, Kundalini & Material World 
     
     
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Thank you,
Mahendra Joshi
 
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Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 3, Verse 19

The highest ideal for every Sadhak is `Siddha-Avasthaa' i.e. state of perfection or `Moksha' i.e. release from the cycle of multiple births and deaths. As a result of the knowledge of the Self, a Yogi has nothing left in balance, which is yet to be acquired for anyone including himself. It is all the same to him whether he performs an action or does not perform it. If such a Yogi has nothing to do gain or lose from others then as per the modern principle of `the path of the least action', his logical choice must be inaction and not action; as he has nothing to achieve for himself as well as for others.....In the rhythm of incessantly beating of heart, a Sadhak carries out various mundane worldly activities without even noticing every single beat of his heart. Absence of attachment leads to pacification of mind; thus work and rest go on as if reflex actions. Mind made calm in this way becomes capable of grasping the Self. Calmness of mind is the essential pre-requisite for the knowledge of the Self.

Lord Krishna with Arjuna at Battlefield 
Lord Sri Krishna with Arjuna in the battlefield
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79Aug-06-2012I hope you are well. I am writing to you to pass on some information about a spiritual teacher in the United States that everyone should stay away from. Do you remember I told you I had had a bad experience with a Guru? Well this is the same person. I did not have any evidence before only my own experience and gut feeling but now some really disturbing things have emerged and I feel compelled to tell you because he is dangerous and if his name comes up you should be aware. I was a member of the their web group for a while, there are some lovely people there and the Guru comes across well on the Internet. However I attended a seminar with him in Ireland and was totally shocked. He used mind control, hypnotism techniques and the type of techniques they use in cults. He was not spiritual, but powerfully manipulative leader, there was also a strong sexual undertone. I had a lucid dream during the seminar where I was warned not to enter their "Church" under any circumstances as there were many hidden layers. I left the place straight after this. I warned others about the fake Guru. Now just yesterday two very young woman have shared very disturbing accounts. They were both in teacher-disciple relationships with him. In order to raise their Kundalini he insisted they be completely naked and prostrate themselves at his feet saying I surrender to the master Guru. To one he said that she would receive more Shakti if she had his semen in her mouth, he made the other one masturbate in front of him. There is a lot more but these are the basics. I just thought you should know as your both in the Unites States and he gives Shaktipat. He has power for sure but it is not Kundalini Shakti. Many thanks
 
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Yoga is an exact science. It aims at the harmonious development of body, mind and soul. Everyone should follow one Yoga as their primary Yoga (based on their character). Then we must combine Karma Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Gyan Yoga. This “Yoga Synthesis” will lead one to the God.
    
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Kundalini Yoga is also known by the names: Siddha Yoga, Sahaj Yoga, Shaktipat Yoga, Maha Yoga, Shakti Yoga or Kriya Yoga