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Wings to Freedom

Hamsa Yoga Sangh,Chandigarh Chapter,organised a screening of the documentary Wings to Freedom at The Browser on Monday evening.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE |
April 15, 2009 1:12:40 am

Hamsa Yoga Sangh,Chandigarh Chapter,organised a screening of the documentary Wings to Freedom at The Browser on Monday evening. Directed by veteran film-makers Rita and Som Bakshi,the film is a tribute to their Master Yogiraj Siddhanath. The film,beautifully shot in the Himalayas,explores the journey of this Himalayan Master to meet the immortal Mahavatar Shiva Goraksha Babaji. Yogiraj was 23 years old when he undertook this journey into the higher reaches of Himalayan ranges in 1967.

In the documentary Yogiraj reveals the legacy of the Luminous Swan,as to where our soul consciousness resides in the physical body. This is a unique contribution by Yograj to the yogic treasury of knowledge. This reality has been validated with proof by world-renowned neurosurgeon Dr Brahma Prakash. The film shows a view of the cross-section of the human brain with the formation of the Jeev Hamsa clearly visible. Yogiraj goes on to explain scientifically the process of the evolution of the individual soul towards different levels of samadhi and explain show the ancient practice of Kundalini Kriya Yoga speeds up this progress.

The film is the story of the life of a yogi who traverses the Himalayas with the single-minded purpose to unite with God. The audience was enchanted by the musical score of the film which is composed and rendered by Shivraj Sitole a disciple of Gayan Saraswati Kishori Amonkar.

Yogiraj will be in the city later this week for a unique experimental satsang and to initiate disciples into Babaji Kriya Yoga.

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First published on: 15-04-2009 at 01:12:40 am

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