Yogiraj Shyamacharan Lahiree
Bhagavan Rama marked His Advent at the juncture of Tretayuga and Dwaparyuga (25% dharmaic decadence) and through Ramayana revived the declining Sanatana Kriyayogadharma;
Bhagavan Krishna marked His Advent at the transition of Dwaparyuga and Kaliyuga (50% dharmaic decadence) revived the declining Sanatana Kriya/ Rajayoga dharma; Bhagavan Shyamacharan Lahiree Mahasaya marked His Advent at the juncture of Kaliyuga and Satyayuga (90% dharmaic decadence) penned all his Kriya realisations through His 26 secret diaries unfolding His Divine Essence , “Humhi Krishna, Humhi Mahadeva, Humhi Chaturbhuj Narayana, Humare Rupa se Jagad Prakashit, Hum chodaye koi nahi, Swayam Bhagavan” , hence causing a reviviscence to the declining Sanatana Kriyayogadharma. Thus as declared by Bhagavan Krishna through the Bhagvad Gita, “DHARMASANSTHAPANARTHAYA SAMBHAVAMI YUGE YUGE”, i.e. at the transition of each yuga when dharma attains a decline, He will arrive to effect declining Sanatana Prana dharma / Kriyayoga / Rajayoga a push.
Brahma Guru Mahamahopadhyaya Yogacharya Dr. Ashoke Kumar Chatterjee
When God Himself made His Advent at the end of Tretayuga in the Form of Lord Rama, then He did not compose Ramayana; it was composed by another manifestation of Him, Valmiki. Again, at the end of Dwaparyuga when the same God marked His Re-Advent in the Form of Lord Krishna then He did not compose Mahabharata and Gita Himself; this task was executed by Krishna Dvaipayana-Vyasdeva His alternate manifestation. Likewise, when this very God made His Re-Advent at the end of Kaliyuga in the Form of Shamachurn Lahiree, then "Purana Purusha" based on Yogiraj’s 26 secret diaries was authored by another manifestation of Himself.
Thus, in this manner at the transition of each yuga in accordance with its respective necessity, God establishes His Own ideals.
Kriyayoga being a sublime holy supreme science the Guru-Shishya parampara is imperative to maintain the authenticity.
Mahamahopadhyaya Yogacharya Dr. Ashoke Kumar Chatterjee born on 24th December 1933 in West Bengal is fourth in the lineage of disciples of Yogiraj Sri Shyamacharan Lahiree Mahasaya. He received initiation in Kriyayoga in April 1961, imparted by Shri Annadacharan Sastri Mahasaya who was the disciple of Panchanan Bhattacharya Mahasaya. Mahamahopadhyaya Yogacharya Dr Ashoke Kumar Chatterjee subsequently received initiation in the higher Kriyas from Shri Sunderlal Lalaji of Benaras, the disciple of Harinarayan Paladhi and then from Satyacharan Lahiri Mahasaya (grandson of Yogiraj Sri Shyamacharan Lahiree Mahasaya), disciple of Tinkari Lahiree Mahasaya (the eldest son of Yogiraj Sri Shyamacharan Lahiree Mahasaya). Mahamahopadhyaya Yogacharya Dr Ashoke Kumar Chatterjee has Himself handpicked Guru designates who are authorised to impart this in its pristine unadulterated form. The Guru Shishya Parampara in its pristine unadulterated form (as is evident in Mahamahopadhyaya Yogacharya Dr Ashoke Kumar Chatterjee’s lineage) is imperative to maintain the authenticity.
Significance of the Logo
" Urdhvamulam Adhah Shakham, Ashvattha Prahuravyayam "
Bhagavan Krishna in the Gita Chapter 15, Sloka 1 has remarked about a tree having its roots or origin above and branches underneath. The root signifies the original i.e. the Still state of Prana/Atma/Soul. He prevails in the upper region i.e. between the Kutastha and Sahasrara cakra inside human body. Dynamism originating from Him flows down the lower portion of the body manifests as the 49 airs like Prana, Apana, etc., maintains body, thus signify branches. The root signifies the original i.e. the Still state of Prana/Atma/Soul. He prevails in the upper region i.e. between the Kutastha and Sahasrara cakra inside human body. Dynamism originating from Him flows down the lower portion of the body manifests as the 49 airs like Prana, Apana, etc., maintains body, thus signify branches.
Kriyayoga/Rajyoga as mentioned in the Gita is represented as a symbol in the logo of our organization – the action that helps gradually overcome the kinetism of the lower portion, and eventually arrive at the upper portion of the body - the head or the region between Kutastha and Sahasrara cakra. The arrow is releasing obstruction of the Anahata Cakra - an imperative part of Kriyayoga prior to the attainment of the state of Moksha or Salvation.
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Biography based on 26 confidential diaries of Shamachurn Lahiree – His Yogic realisations explained in simple terms - the true spiritual path to permanent inner peace and soul realisation
Shamachurn vis-a-vis Bhagavan Krishna, Bhagavan Rama, the four yugas, Babaji has been delineated alongwith scientific rational expatiation on Shamachurn resulting in a fusion of history, philosophy, religion, logic, science.