Question: Is Chitta related to Buddhi? Swami Satyadharma- That is a very good question. I suppose you could say so. Chitta is actually meaning individual consciousness and Chitt means the Universal consciousness, so there is Chitt and Chitta. So Chitta is actually our consciousness. It's our subconscious and our unconscious. Buddhi isn’t consciousness but buddhi... Continue Reading →
Some beautiful moments during the recent programs in Japan and Korea. Swami Satyadharma sharing the ancient and rare practices of Tattwa Shuddhi, Kundalini Tantra & Traditional Kriya Yoga.
"The knowledge of kundalini, the cosmic energy of creation, and the chakras, the psychic energy centers, is one of the greatest contributions of yoga to humanity. When the kundalini descends through the chakras, she brings our material being into existence. When she awakens, we return with her to the source of our being. All the... Continue Reading →
Question- What yoga practice strengthens intuition best and what is the greatest benefit or benefits of actually using intuition for yourself and others? Swami Satyadharma- In brief, actually, all yoga practices. Why? Because in every yoga, in every yoga we are developing awareness. We think that when we do hatha yoga we are just doing... Continue Reading →
Let’s look at Tantra, Tantra has two roots. Tanoti plus triati. Tanoti means liberation of energy, energy is really important here, you won't find it in any of the systems that followed. Triati means expansion of consciousness. Without the liberation of energy there will be no expansion of consciousness. That is the basis of Tantra. Tantra... Continue Reading →
Swami Satyadharma- discussing the teachings on Yoga from the Ramacharitamanas The Life of Kaka Bhusundi In Uttarkanda, the last chapter of Ramacharitamanas, we find the teachings on bhakti yoga delivered by Kaka Bhusundi, who was an enlightened sage in the body of a crow, to Garuda, the celestial eagle and vehicle of Lord Vishnu. Kaka... Continue Reading →
Yoga before & Yoga today https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lw06gGZyoM
2016 Retreat at Flinders Island Maintaining the Magic – Tattwa Shuddhi with Swami Satyadharma This program was billed “for the adventurous” & took place within the small friendly community of Killiecrankie Bay, northern Flinders Island, Tasmania - surrounded by the fresh, unpolluted waters of Bass Strait. A small group ventured onto the 18 seater plane.... Continue Reading →