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Semyon – Kriya helps to understand what you want and where to go

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15 June 2023

Semyon from Sochi is 24 years old. He has been engaged in self-development since 19. He started his study of spiritual knowledge by reading books. Semyon was introduced to Kriya and Master Imram by his father. He was struck by the strength and conviction of Master, who spoke about important and difficult things in a simple and understandable manner.

Semyon shared his impressions about Kriya practice with us. He highlighted the difficulties he faced at the initial stage.

“I found it difficult at first, but not because I don’t know the exercises. It was difficult to cope with the sense of changes that Master recommended to feel in yourself. Because in Kriya practice, the focus is on the changes that appear within, and we pay attention to them at the perception level. So the mind resisted that for a while.

These techniques (or practices) are suitable for everyone, because each person, deep down in their soul, thirsts for these changes. There’s just such a wonderful friend as the mind that keeps a man from moving forward, trapping him in stability and routine. When you practice Kriya for a while, you begin to notice that your body becomes more a manifestation of energy than matter. You feel an inner light coming out of you, there is a serenity in your words, and you become more convinced and convincing for others. All these changes have a strong impact on your environment When you practice, at some point you go into a mode of practice in the world. There are exercises and then there is awareness, which you carry around in you all the time. When you bring this awareness outwards, you constantly begin to notice the changes happening around you, the smallest changes inside and outside you. You become more sensitive, more manifested as something luminous.

For guys of my generation, I can recommend that they start engaging in self-development. There is no need to go straight into some kind of spiritual practice. First, examine your body, reconsider your diet. Think about why certain changes are happening, positive or negative, well, negative in particular.

I realise that every moment of life is always a new piece of joy. You have to be brave enough, be yourself. To immerse in yourself and start a spiritual practice, not even just for yourself, but for your environment. To help your environment to remove some diseases or to avoid some problems.
Kriya practice is the tool that helps one to come to himself very simply and easily. To understand what you want, where you want to go, what you need at the moment or, on the contrary, what you don’t need to achieve that. And distinguish between the false and the real.

As for my first retreat, it was my first conscious step towards my goal.”



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Dietary guidelines


17 August 2023

Ideally, you should eat once every few days. However, we are used to having breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus brunch and other snacks. Let’s remember how our ancestors lived. They would have a snack in the morning and go to work. They would have dinner when the sun was at three o’clock, metaphorically speaking. If they had food, they ate it. They hardly had anything to eat in the evening.

How to deal with food cravings

It would be right if you ate when you were really hungry, not when the stomach wall programme or the appetite that comes as a thought demands it. Let us say you had a meal two or three hours ago. You’re walking down the street and you notice a pleasant smell. You immediately develop an attachment and a feeling of wanting to eat something. You can’t get rid of that thought.

I used to have this feeling, too. I tried to deal with it by curling my tongue back. That’s an element of khechari mudra. When you hold your tongue back consciously and concentrate on the feeling “I am energy, I am a Divine Cave”, all these thoughts dissolve. They no longer have power.

Hunger is not a state where you are consciously starving and endogenous nutrition kicks in. It is a state of being hungry, which comes most likely four to six hours later. If you find it difficult to start eating like this right away, you can eat two or three small meals a day. Do not stuff your stomach, otherwise the food will not be digested and will stay there longer, making it harder to get rid of the hoop that appears around the waist.

What it means to eat properly

You should eat righteously: eat as little as possible and exercise more physical activity. Then you will be able to burn off the excess. If you do pranayama, it’s actually even better, because pranayama burns everything. It burns out all the waste matter and eliminates it from the body. However, don’t use pranayama just to cleanse yourself. It is meant for high realisations. 

I eat as follows: if there is food, I eat once a day. I only consume vegetarian food like fruits and vegetables. The rest of the time I drink water, sometimes herbal tea.

Here’s a tip: if possible, eat two meals a day and don’t overeat. It’s best to take six hours between meals, then you’ll have time to work it all off. This is also the time needed to keep the bile from stagnating when hunger strikes. If you feel as though you’re hungry and would like to eat, wait another hour. If the feeling remains, then it’s definitely okay to eat.

Master Imram

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