Your soul is a spark of God
‘Bhakti‘ means love and devotion to the Divine.
Living bhakti is our path of consciously loving God, not just on the surface, but deeply within our hearts in every moment of our lives.
Bhakti is not a religion; it is a way of living and a way of loving the Divine. Bhakti is not bound by dogma; it is a personal relationship that gives you the freedom to worship God in whatever form of Love you like: as a friend, a servant, a parent, or a lover.
Atma Kriya Yoga techniques cultivate bhakti, which allows you to experience and enjoy a uniquely personal relationship with the Divine. It is this relationship, in addition to the Shakitpat initiation, that helps clear the way so you can rapidly advance on your spiritual path.
Kriya-yoga is an ancient meditative yogic tradition brought to the world by Mahavatar Babaji to help humanity attain self-mastery and realise the Divine.
Paramahamsa Vishwananda teaches that the path to mastery is through sadhana, a consistent structured spiritual practice. As a kriya-yoga Master, He has chosen kriya-yoga as the primary meditative sadhana.
By the Paramahamsa Vishwananda's teachings, Orella provides a well-crafted path and proven tools to bring out the wisdom of the heart and connect you to the Divine. These practices help you live bhakti in your daily life by cultivating a profoundly personal relationship with God.
This unique spiritual palette of techniques can be found nowhere else. They are here to uplift humanity through the cultivation of bhakti: love and devotion to the Divine. Explore them all to find the best ones for you.
True knowledge and sincere practise can lead to what we call ‘Self-realisation’, where you experience your own divinity. But that’s not the end.
To progress beyond that is to realise the source of life itself found in all creation, which we call ‘God-realisation.’ God-realisation is important because it frees you from the cycle of birth and death, and allows you to see the eternal reality that underlies everything.
Our own efforts can take us only so far on the journey to God-realisation. To break through the limitations of the material world, the grace of a true Master is needed.