Meeting his Guru

Meeting his Guru

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Omdasji spent several years in spiritual practices and tapas to prepare himself to meet his Sadguru. His prayers were answered the day he met his Sadguru Dhyanyogi Madhusudandasji.

Dhyanyogi Madhusudandasji was among the greatest Kundalini Yogis born in India. The saint community in India equated his status to that of Shri Ramakrishna Paramhamsa. He was an adept who could transfer his own energy and awaken the Kundalini Shakti of another person by touch, mantra or even intent from distance.  This awakening of the Kundalini Shakti is called Shaktipat.

Kundalini Shakti is the primordial energy or power which gives life to the human fetus at the seventh month in the mother's womb and then goes to sleep at the base of the spinal column of the fetus. As long as the Kundalini Shakti is not awakened, man lives a materialistic life ensnared by his desires and ambitions. Only when the Kundalini Shakti is awakened and actively starts moving upwards towards the crown of the head, a human being is truly set on his return journey to Divinity.

Dhyanyogi Madhusudandasji was old and needed a worthy successor. Even before meeting Omdasji, he knew that Omdasji was the rightful successor to Seat of the Guru. Later on he revealed to Omdasji how had in the past, mentally guided him to visit certain power spots and do spiritual practices and prepare himself for the day when they would both meet. Thus a truly worthy disciple received the Shaktipat from a great Master and Yogi.