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Swami Akhandanand

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Swami

Akhandanand Ji
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Swami Akhandanand
Personal
Born
Ramesh Bhardwaj

(1969-03-10) 10 March 1969 (age 50)[1]
ReligionHinduism
NationalityIndian
Parents
  • Tilak Ram Bhardwaj (father)
Notable work(s)12 books on Yoga

Swami Akhandanand Ji is a rare saint with authentic knowledge of the path of Kundalini awakening. He has the capacity to initiate people into Kundalini Yoga by Shaktipaat. He also has the power to control the energy in a disciple. He has the experience of awakening of all the Chakras and has written 12 books on Yoga, during deep state of meditativeness. Swami Ji has dedicated his life for the welfare of the society and wants to impart true yogic knowledge to deserving candidates. As per him, Kundalini Yoga is only for those who have worked hard in their previous lives and their good deeds have accumulated to a point where mother (Maa Bhagwati, the source of Kundalini Shakti) wants to reward them by putting them on path of salvation. In this path, the Guru Initiated a disciple by transferring his energy to the disciple. In the disciple, the energy is lying dormant in the base Chakra (Mooladhara Chakra) in the form of Kundalini. The path to salvation of a human being is raising this energy from Molladhara Chakra to Sahasradhara Chakra. The purpose of all types of Yoga in the world is to awaken the Kundalini Shakti, lying dormant at the Mooladhara Chakra (base chakra). There are 7 Chakras in all. Kundalini awakening is the fastest path of Yoga to achieve this journey of raising energy from Mooladhara to Sahsradhara Chakra. Swami Ji has been working on this for the last 30 years.


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