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Sunday, June 26, 2016

GLIMPSE OF AWAKENED CROWN CHAKRA – DHYANYOGI OMDASJI


The Kirlian camera is used to photograph the human aura. There are times when an ordinary camera catches the aura too. It is rare to find such a strong emission of colors of rainbow from the human head as is found in this picture of Dhyanyogi Omdasji. He is a ParamGuru of the Kundalini Maha Yoga Lineage and offers Shaktipat Diksha. He is also famed for his ‘Divine Omdasji Sound Meditation’ or ‘Brahmanad” - a singing which puts the listener into meditative state at once and takes him to samadhi levels and a variety of experiences. These effects of Divine Omdasji sound meditation affect people irrespective of caste, creed, race, sex, religion.

This unique picture of the Great ParamGuru of Kundalini Maha Yoga was taken in Gangotri, Himalayas, in morning when he was doing his prayers to Sun after a dip in the Holy Ganges.

This picture was an inadvertent result of a selfie clicked by a farmer disciple and the picture of Dhyanyogi Omdasji got clicked in background. The 'jagrat' or awakened Sahasrar or Crown Chakra of Dhyanyogi Omdasji is seen here. The white light is dazzling on the crown of the head - reminiscent of the curls of hair we seen on the statue of Buddha or Mahavira. Bands of blue white red blue red blue red are visible passing through his crown like a reverse rainbow! These represent shaktis or powers.

It is almost impossible to have a glimpse of the awakened Sahasrar Chakra of a Great Yogi and the radiating light from within. Very few people are there in the world today with such levels of divine development. We have recently celebrated the International Day of Yoga and must also know about effects of yoga and great Yogis.

For more information about Dhyanyogi Omdasji , please logon to his websites:

www.omdasji.in & www.divineomdasjisoundmeditation.com

His teachings can be found in http://omdasji.blogspot.in

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