Does heaven exist? With well over 100,000 plus recorded and described spiritual experiences collected over 15 years, to base the answer on, science can now categorically say yes. Furthermore, you can see the evidence for free on the website allaboutheaven.org.

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This book, which covers Visions and hallucinations, explains what causes them and summarises how many hallucinations have been caused by each event or activity. It also provides specific help with questions people have asked us, such as ‘Is my medication giving me hallucinations?’.

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Giri, Sri Yukteswar

Category: Religious

Sri Yukteswar Giri (also spelled Sriyukteswar Giri and Sriyukteshvar Giri) (May 10, 1855-March 9, 1936) is the monastic name of Priyanath Karar (also Preonath Karar), the guru of Paramahansa Yogananda.

Sri Yukteswar was a Jyotisha (traditional astrologer), a yogi, and an exponent of the Bhagavad Gita and the Bible. He was a disciple of Lahiri Mahasaya of Varanasi and a member of the Giri branch of the swami order. Yogananda styled Sri Yukteswar Jnanavatar, or "Incarnation of Wisdom".

Sri Yukteswar was born in Serampore, India.  He lost his father at a young age, and took on much of the responsibility for managing his family's land holdings. A bright student, he passed the entrance exams and enrolled in Srirampur Christian Missionary College, where he developed an interest in the Bible.

Sri Lahiri Mahasaya was the guru of Sri Yukteshwar
Giri, who in turn was the guru of Paramahamsa

In 1884, Priyanath met Lahiri Mahasaya, who became his Guru and initiated him into the path of Kriya Yoga.  Sri Yukteswar spent a great deal of time in the next several years in the company of his guru, often visiting him in Benares.

Sri Yukteswar was one of India’s ‘rishis’ and was venerated as a Jnanavatar [incarnation of wisdom] by his followers.  Through the practise of Kriya Yoga and with the guidance of Lahiri Mahasaya he attained ‘spiritual illumination’.

Yukteswar had a deep conviction that tremendous advances could be made both individually and internationally by a synthesis of the spiritual heritage of the East and the West as well as the science and technology of the West.

In 1894, while attending the Kumbha Mela in Allahabad, he met the Guru of Lahiri Mahasaya, Mahavatar Babaji who asked Sri Yukteswar to write a book comparing Hindu scriptures and the Christian Bible. Mahavatar Babaji also bestowed on Sri Yukteswar the title of 'Swami' at that meeting.

Sri Yukteswar took the scriptures of Christianity and the Sanatan Dharma and compared them – in particular the Book of Revelations from the Bible and the Sankhya philosophy of India.  Yukteswar completed the requested book in 1894, naming it Kaivalya Darsanam, or The Holy Science, which discusses the unity behind the scientific principles underlying Yoga and the Bible.

Babaji, Lahiri, Sri Yukteswar, Yogananda


  • The Holy Science  - Sep 1986


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