Workshops 2

Workshops 3






Site Map



"Divine Initiations Required Of Your Soul!" ~Victor

Babaji's Message

Founded by: Victor Glanckopf

In this workshop you will receive the first Initiation which consists of the 5 original Kriya Yoga Techniques (Maha Mudra , Yoni Mudra , Navi Kriya , Kriya Proper, Ketchari Mudra) that Babji revealed to the Kriya Master Lahiri Mahasaya.

You will also receive a whole New set of Attunements and Empowerments (over 11) that compliment these kriyas.

These Attunements and Initiations are the NEW ingredients that are needed for the Adept to really begin to see the expansion of their consciousness in a cogent way.

These Empowerments are a new dispensation from Babaji and as such transmogrify the whole Kriya process.

A new Kriya is taught that can be more transforming then the original! There are many different Kriya Yoga Systems being taught in the world today. Many are inspired by the the Great Master Babaji but many are not. Even in the Babaji based systems there is a wide difference of opinion and different techniques are taught with similiar names.

Babaji has also revealed a Love technique and Love Empowerment that is the soul of this new Kriya Yoga.

In the words of the Master Swami Nityananda Giri "Practitioners (sadhakas) attain the desired goal (Sadhya) by the practice of Sadhana. The whole life progresses with this trilogy. As a student has to work hard to study, similarly one has to work hard for the attainments of the worldly pleasures. A practitioner does practice to attain an infinite bliss, Paramananda. Thus, the ultimate objective of a person existance is to attain the 'Ananda', the bliss. The practitioner must indulge in sadhana in order to achieve this bliss in some form or the other. Some want to attain a short term bliss, whereas the others work for a long term and permanent bliss in their lives.

The very purpose of life has therefore to be properly analyzed. But before we understand the purpose of this life, we must know what is life? Life is a stream of Awarenesses and a flow of the vital energy - Prana Shakti - governed by the rhythm of the breath. To be with that flow is life. It is due to the experience of this Shakti, the purpose of life is fulfilled."

The northern Himalayan crags near Badrinarayan are still blessed by the living presence of Babaji, guru of Lahiri Mahasaya. The secluded master has retained his physical form for centuries, perhaps for millenniums. The deathless Babaji is an avatara. This Sanskrit word means "descent"; its roots are ava, "down," and tri, "to pass." In the Hindu scriptures, avatara signifies the descent of Divinity into flesh.

"Babaji's spiritual state is beyond human comprehension," Sri Yukteswar explained to me. "The dwarfed vision of men cannot pierce to his transcendental star. One attempts in vain even to picture the avatar's attainment. It is inconceivable."

The Upanishads have minutely classified every stage of spiritual advancement. A siddha ("perfected being") has progressed from the state of a jivanmukta ("freed while living") to that of a paramukta ("supremely free"—full power over death); the latter has completely escaped from the mayic thralldom and its reincarnational round. The paramukta therefore seldom returns to a physical body; if he does, he is an avatar, a divinely appointed medium of supernal blessings on the world.

An avatar is unsubject to the universal economy; his pure body, visible as a light image, is free from any debt to nature. The casual gaze may see nothing extraordinary in an avatar's form but it casts no shadow nor makes any footprint on the ground. These are outward symbolic proofs of an inward lack of darkness and material bondage. Such a God-man alone knows the Truth behind the relativities of life and death. Omar Khayyam, so grossly misunderstood, sang of this liberated man in his immortal scripture, the Rubaiyat:

"Ah, Moon of my Delight who know'st no wane,
The Moon of Heav'n is rising once again;
How oft hereafter rising shall she look
Through this same Garden after me—in vain!"

The "Moon of Delight" is God, eternal Polaris, anachronous never. The "Moon of Heav'n" is the outward cosmos, fettered to the law of periodic recurrence. Its chains had been dissolved forever by the Persian seer through his self-realization. "How oft hereafter rising shall she look . . . after me—in vain!" What frustration of search by a frantic universe for an absolute omission!

Krishna, Rama, Buddha, and Patanjali were among the ancient Indian avatars. A considerable poetic literature in Tamil has grown up around Agastya, a South Indian avatar. He worked many miracles during the centuries preceding and following the Christian era, and is credited with retaining his physical form even to this day.

Babaji's mission in India has been to assist prophets in carrying out their special dispensations. He thus qualifies for the scriptural classification of Mahavatar (Great Avatar). He has stated that he gave yoga initiation to Shankara, ancient founder of the Swami Order, and to Kabir, famous medieval saint. His chief nineteenth-century disciple was, as we know, Lahiri Mahasaya, revivalist of the lost Kriya art.

The Mahavatar is in constant communion with Christ; together they send out vibrations of redemption, and have planned the spiritual technique of salvation for this age. The work of these two fully-illumined masters—one with the body, and one without it—is to inspire the nations to forsake suicidal wars, race hatreds, religious sectarianism, and the boomerang-evils of materialism. Babaji is well aware of the trend of modern times, especially of the influence and complexities of Western civilization, and realizes the necessity of spreading the self-liberations of yoga equally in the West and in the East.


That there is no historical reference to Babaji need not surprise us. The great guru has never openly appeared in any century; the misinterpreting glare of publicity has no place in his millennial plans. Like the Creator, the sole but silent Power, Babaji works in a humble obscurity.

The deathless guru bears no marks of age on his body; he appears to be no more than a youth of twenty-five. Fair-skinned, of medium build and height, Babaji's beautiful, strong body radiates a perceptible glow. His eyes are dark, calm, and tender; his long, lustrous hair is copper-colored. A very strange fact is that Babaji bears an extraordinarily exact resemblance to his disciple Lahiri Mahasaya. The similarity is so striking that, in his later years, Lahiri Mahasaya might have passed as the father of the youthful-looking Babaji.

Swami Kebalananda, my saintly Sanskrit tutor, spent some time with Babaji in the Himalayas.

"The peerless master moves with his group from place to place in the mountains," Kebalananda told me. "His small band contains two highly advanced American disciples. After Babaji has been in one locality for some time, he says: 'Dera danda uthao.' ('Let us lift our camp and staff.') He carries a symbolic danda (bamboo staff). His words are the signal for moving with his group instantaneously to another place. He does not always employ this method of astral travel; sometimes he goes on foot from peak to peak.

"Babaji can be seen or recognized by others only when he so desires. He is known to have appeared in many slightly different forms to various devotees—sometimes without beard and moustache, and sometimes with them. As his undecaying body requires no food, the master seldom eats. As a social courtesy to visiting disciples, he occasionally accepts fruits, or rice cooked in milk and clarified butter.

"Two amazing incidents of Babaji's life are known to me," Kebalananda went on. "His disciples were sitting one night around a huge fire which was blazing for a sacred Vedic ceremony. The master suddenly seized a burning log and lightly struck the bare shoulder of a chela who was close to the fire.

"'Sir, how cruel!' Lahiri Mahasaya, who was present, made this remonstrance.

"'Would you rather have seen him burned to ashes before your eyes, according to the decree of his past karma?'

"With these words Babaji placed his healing hand on the chela's disfigured shoulder. 'I have freed you tonight from painful death. The karmic law has been satisfied through your slight suffering by fire.'

"On another occasion Babaji's sacred circle was disturbed by the arrival of a stranger. He had climbed with astonishing skill to the nearly inaccessible ledge near the camp of the master.

"'Sir, you must be the great Babaji.' The man's face was lit with inexpressible reverence. 'For months I have pursued a ceaseless search for you among these forbidding crags. I implore you to accept me as a disciple.'

"When the great guru made no response, the man pointed to the rocky chasm at his feet.

"'If you refuse me, I will jump from this mountain. Life has no further value if I cannot win your guidance to the Divine.'

"'Jump then,' Babaji said unemotionally. 'I cannot accept you in your present state of development.'

"The man immediately hurled himself over the cliff. Babaji instructed the shocked disciples to fetch the stranger's body. When they returned with the mangled form, the master placed his divine hand on the dead man. Lo! he opened his eyes and prostrated himself humbly before the omnipotent one.

"'You are now ready for discipleship.' Babaji beamed lovingly on his resurrected chela. 'You have courageously passed a difficult test. Death shall not touch you again; now you are one of our immortal flock.' Then he spoke his usual words of departure, 'Dera danda uthao'; the whole group vanished from the mountain."

*Note : From the book "Autobiography of a Yogi" By Paramahansa Yogananda

Babaji's Kriya Yoga-Level 1-$275.00

Babaji's Kriya Yoga-Level 2-$325.00


Victor-Strong ball of light over my crown. I think Babaji sits on my head. Energy going into my heart, a sense of pain in my chest strong energy. Views of india Badrinath as my my heart opens expanding, opening in my shoulders. Bliss divine with a presence that surrounds me. Electricity streams down my right arm as a burden is lifted from my shoulders. My heart is breathing energy and it continue to anchor into my back, aligining me with the divine! Thank you for these great Attunements! Blessings -Ofira

Hello Master Victor, Babaji Kriya Yoga is one of the best workshops I have ever encountered. Since I started receiving an attunement, I can clearly see the golden body of Mahavatar Babaji. And I see it every time I receive an attunement. Amazing! I've never seen a divine being as clear as the Mahavatar Babaji before. I don't even see Angels as often and clearly as this. Every time I use Babaji's energy, I would see the golden body of the Mahavatar Babaji float on my head and send a golden ray to me. I can also feel very high vibrations of energy that I would not find anywhere else. Thank you so much,Theera

You will receive the Babaji's New Kriya Yoga Manual via Email, All Attunements and a Printed certificate. Plus full email support is given before, during and after all my Workshops.

Copyright © 2002
Spiritual Awakening Network is a registered trademark
Spiritual Awakening Network/All rights reserved