Monday, December 5, 2016

Tattwa Shuddhi

Coming up with another audiobook of Bihar School of Yoga. Tattwa shuddhi is an ancient tantric practice of inner purification. Every man is composed of five basic elements (or tattwas). This advanced process helps to purify and transform these elements. Read more

Tattwa Shuddhi is a sadhana in itself, which includes such tantric tools as mantra, yantra and mandala. It can also be performed as an adjunct to kundalini kriyas and other higher yogic practices.

This is a selfless endeavour to spread the word of authentic tantra yoga. It is not meant to replace the original hard copy, but to offer it in the audio format for whom it's more convenient. If you don't own the original book yet, consider purchasing the latest edition of Tattwa Shuddhi by Swami Satyasangananda.

Recorded in October-November 2016.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Padmanabhapuram Palace

Padmanabhapuram Palace is one of the best examples of traditional Kerala architecture. It was built around 1601 AD. Although the palace complex is surrounded entirely by the State of Tamil Nadu (Kanyakumari District) it is still a part of Kerala. More

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Integrated Chakra Awareness

The following practices are intended for overall awakening of the chakras in a systematic way. Before attempting any of these one should be familiar with techniques for individual chakra awareness described in Kundalini Tantra.

1. Chakra meditation. This practice helps to develop subtle awareness of the chakras. In the beginning it can be just a matter of imagination, but after some time the subtle sensations (e.g. pulsation) can be definitely experienced.

2. Chaturtha pranayama ("pranayama of the fourth state", i.e. transcendental state). This technique combines the awareness of breath, mantra and chakras. It develops sensitivity to both the psychic spinal passage and the chakras.

3. Chakra yoga nidra. This is an example of a yoga nidra practice that combines visualization and rotation of awareness through the main psychic centers.

4. Unmani mudra. Unmani mudra means "the gesture of thoughtlessness" referring to the state that arises during meditation. This is a simple yet effective practice to develop awareness of the chakras from bindu down to mooladhara.

5. Beeja mantra sanchalana ("conduction of the seed sound"). This meditation technique makes use of mental chanting of the beeja mantras while successively moving the awareness through the chakras (along the spinal column) and kshetram (contact centers for the chakras in the front of the body).

Based on Kundalini Tantra and Yoga and Kriya by Swami Satyananda. Recorded in October 2016.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Kundalini Tantra

An audiobook based on the distinguished work of the founder of Bihar School of Yoga.

Kundalini Tantra is Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati’s seminal work on kundalini, chakras and kriya yoga. Defining and explaining kundalini, this book provides a detailed account of kundalini awakening, including the signs and effects of such experiences and ways to both elicit and manage them. Read more

This is a selfless endeavour to spread the words of one of the most prominent spiritual masters of the 20th century. It is not meant to replace the original hard copy, but to offer it in the audio format for whom it's more convenient. If you don't own the original book yet, consider purchasing the latest edition of Kundalini Tantra.

Recorded in June-August 2016.

Friday, June 24, 2016


Since my first trip to India about 1 year and 9 months ago yoga has become an indispensable part of my life. Not only it has helped to improve my total health tremendously, but also it has been serving as a lighthouse to live every single moment with more meaning, awareness and understanding. It was my honour and pleasure to spread the word of yoga on the occasion of International Yoga Day.

A yoga class for kalaripayattu students in Vallabhatta Kalari Chavakkad

A workshop in Wisdom College in Paluvai, Thrissur, Kerala

From Malayala Manorama 20.06.2016

From Madhyamam 22.06.2016

My biggest regards to Krishnadas Gurukkal and Dinesh of Vallabhatta Kalari, the administration of Wisdom College Paluvai for giving me the opportunity to be a messenger of yoga in Kerala, God's Own Country on this remarkable day.