Babaji's Kriya Yoga open lecture by Ingvar Villido Ishwarananda, June 10.

10. June, 19.30

"Kriya Yoga has only one purpose: to give a human being his/her proper position in life, to learn how to lead your life yourself, and not to be led by life."

In the Introduction into Babaji's Kriya Yoga, acharya Ingvar Villido (Ishwarananda) will explain what is kriya yoga, and what is the role and significance of the ancient Yoga science in the 21st century.

The word kriya means ’acting with awareness’, i.e. acting in a way where each process is observed, directed, has a specific objective and follows this chosen objective. 

Kriya Yoga is an ancient integral system of yoga science, which is practical, based on reality, and suits anyone living in today’s society, regardless of one’s profession, qualification, race or religion. Babaji's Kriya Yoga system includes, in total, 144 techniques or kriyas which are taught by the experienced master teacher (acharya) during three courses or initiations.

Ingvar Villido was given the permission to pass on Babaji's Kriya Yoga techniques in 2007 by Marshall Govindan, the keeper of this yoga lineage. With an initiation into kriya yoga acharya, Ingvar Villido was also given a spiritual name – Ishwarananda.

The lecture is for free, with English translation.

The lecture is an introduction to Babaji's Kriya Yoga 1st initiation.

Date and place
Venue: Ingvar Villido Ishwarananda School, Lilleoru, Taevasmaa tee 2, Aruvalla küla, Rae vald

Arrival by car. Find Lilleoru on Google Maps

Public transport. You can also arrive by bus: No. 105E will leave the Balti jaam (Stop 4) at 17.40 and arrive at Lilleoru stop at 18.28. After the lecture, you can return to the city either by another participant or by bus no. 138 from Ellaku stop at 21.28.

Practical. In the new house, we use slippers. Bring your own or use a pair from our great selection of comfortable slippers. You can also purchase disposable fabric slippers for 2€.

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