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Shri Shri Shri Shivabalayogi Maharaj

Shri Shri Shri Shivabalayogi Maharaj affectionately known as Swamiji, is a Self-Realized Yogi. At the age of 14, He had an extraordinary experience which placed Him into a state known as Tapas, in which He meditated in perfect thoughtlessness for an average of 20 hours a day over 12 years. He emerged as a Self-Realized Master on 7 August 1961 at the age of 26. For three decades, Swamiji travelled extensively around the world, initiating hundreds of thousands of people into meditation. Shri Shri Shri Shivabalayogi Maharaj attained Mahasamadhi, dropping his physical body on 28 March 1994. He continues to bless and guide, and is always Omnipresent to all who seek Him. 


His emphasis is to encourage and empower people to meditate and experience the truth directly.

Shri Shiva Rudra Balayogi Maharaj

A direct disciple of Shri Swamiji, Shri Shiva Rudra Balayogi performed selfless service in the name of His Guru for 20 years before completing his own Tapas.


Shri Shiva Rudra Balayogi, was born ‘Srinivasa Dikshitar’ or ‘Seenu’ in 1954 in Kolar, South India. From childhood, Seenu spent much of his time contemplating the pursuit of Divine consciousness for permanent happiness and began to understand the futility of worldly efforts. This led Seenu to seek solitude in the caves of Chamundi Hills near his home, where he spent his teenage years in contemplation. Eventually, he felt drawn to find a Self Realized Master, which led him to Swamiji and Swamiji’s Mission.


Swamiji sent Seenu to manage His Ashram in Dehradun and there for the next 20 years, Seenu carried on his service to Swamiji and the spiritual practices taught to him by his Guru. Following Swamiji’s Mahasamadhi in 1994, Swamiji came in a Divine Vision and initiated Seenu into Tapas. After 5 years of intense Tapas, in 1999, He attained Self-Realisation and re-emerged into the world to carry on Swamiji’s Mission, offering His Teachings to the world, and freely and openly offering initiation into Jangama Dhyana to any who wish to take that very rare and precious opportunity. 

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