Mahavatar Babaji is the renowned immortal yogi from the Himalayas who manifested Himself 5000 years ago. He is still on Earth, choosing to remain in a physical body until everyone on Earth has attained the Divine.
Known as the Father of all Kriya Yoga traditions, through generations of Masters He has shared a variety of Kriya Yoga meditation techniques with the world to help practitioners realise themselves (Self-realisation) and God (God-realisation).
Through sadhana, structured spiritual practise, Kriya Yoga techniques offer a proven path to realise the Divine. All Kriya Yoga techniques help practitioners rapidly advance on their spiritual path by providing the necessary tools to calm the mind to the point that the Divine can reveal Itself in the heart.
Throughout history, Mahavatar Babaji has chosen select Kriya Masters to share different Kriya Yoga practices and teachings with the world. Mahavatar Babaji works with each Master to choose the techniques and focus best suited for that particular time in history. For generations, these techniques have been faithfully and exclusively passed on from Master to teacher to student through a Kriya Yoga Lineage formalised by a Shaktipat Initiation.
Mahavatar Babaji teaches one thing. If He can attain the Divine, so can all of you.
Guru of Gurus
Mahavatar Babaji's nature is unparalleled. Paramahamsa Vishwananda says He is Jagadguru, the Guru of all the Gurus on Earth, and He helps them all carry out their work. Mahavatar Babaji is beyond time and space and He is constantly blessing humanity with waves of love and peace. He is serene and gentle, and above all, very humble and full of love.
Guru of Paramahamsa Vishwananda
Paramahamsa Vishwananda is a direct disciple of Mahavatar Babaji. Through His Guru's Grace, Paramahamsa Vishwananda brought Atma Kriya Yoga to the world. Atma Kriya Yoga cultivates bhakti so practitioners can experience a uniquely personal relationship with the Divine which allows them to rapidly advance on their spiritual path.
Mahavatar Babaji was the one who specifically instructed Paramahamsa Vishwananda to seek initiation into the Sri Sampradaya as a high-level teacher, known as an Acharya.