Doing yoga is very ben­e­fi­cial for body and mind.

It’s one of the most pro­found phi­los­o­phy in Vedic sys­tem. Hun­dreds thou­sands of peo­ple prac­tice yaga in today’s age. There are mirac­u­lous exam­ples of peo­ple get­ting healed up from incur­able dis­eases just by prac­tic­ing yoga and chang­ing their food habits. Yoga pos­sess the full poten­cy to heal and ele­vate a per­son in the path of spir­i­tu­al­i­ty. As the eight limbs of yoga describe a per­son can attain Samad­hi and get enlight­ened only by prac­tic­ing yoga.

In most of the cas­es the high­er stages of yoga are nev­er real­ized by a prac­ti­tion­er even after prac­tic­ing it for quite a long peri­od of time. There are cas­es where even the per­son gets him­self dam­aged phys­i­cal­ly and ener­get­i­cal­ly by prac­tic­ing yoga. There are the cas­es where prac­tic­ing asanas and paranayams for quite some time Kun­dali­ni awakes in a per­son, yoga teacher or any men­tor is inca­pable of han­dling this sit­u­a­tion. The ques­tion aris­es why this hap­pens? If yoga is such a pro­found phi­los­o­phy, why prac­ti­tion­ers or even yoga teach­ers them­selves suf­fer sometimes.


When you receive Ashirvad Vidya knowledge you need to be willing to follow the guidance of Swami Ishan Tirth, which could mean for you for example:

To do reg­u­lary med­i­ta­tion
To change diet
To start doing spe­cif­ic yog­ic tech­niques
To join month­ly ses­sions to check your progress


If yoga is such a pro­found phi­los­o­phy, why prac­ti­tion­ers or even yoga teach­ers them­selves suf­fer sometimes.

The answer is very sim­ple, there is no lacu­na in the sys­tem. The prob­lem lies in using the sys­tem. Yoga teach­ers are the ones who are ful­ly respon­si­ble for guid­ing a prac­ti­tion­er in the right direc­tion. Most of the times they are not at that lev­el where they can judge the lev­el of spir­i­tu­al­i­ty, phys­i­cal and men­tal con­di­tions of the prac­ti­tion­er. They just put them in a pre­de­fined path. The per­son who needs some spe­cif­ic way of prac­tice if he is put to do it in anoth­er way he can­not progress much. In cer­tain sit­u­a­tions, the prac­tice can do adverse effect and even dam­age the per­son in long term. If the things can be direct­ed in the right way from the begin­ning the per­son would not need to spend so much time in vein and would not pass through the dif­fi­cul­ties too.

Yoga is not only a phys­i­cal process it’s direct­ly con­nect­ed to the ener­gy sys­tem (prana­maya kosha) and men­tal sys­tem (manomaya kosha). The var­i­ous asanas, pranaya­mas and mudras manip­u­late the chakras. Chakras are the con­trol pan­el of the indi­vid­ual being. Manip­u­lat­ing this con­trol pan­el should be done with utmost care, del­i­ca­cy and pro­found knowl­edge. An effi­cient yoga mas­ter has enough capa­bil­i­ty and expe­ri­ence to not only guide a prac­ti­tion­er but also to help the per­sons who are in very dif­fi­cult situation.

The main goal of yoga is not to make a strong phys­i­cal body or chant some mantras. Its goal is to take the prac­ti­tion­er to enlight­en­ment by awak­en­ing Kun­dali­ni. If the teacher him­self is not aware of Kun­dali­ni or has no author­i­ty over this how he can show the path to oth­ers. If some­one takes a look into the scrip­tures of Vedic sys­tem, they can clear­ly under­stand about it.

sarve­sham yoga-tantranam tathad­haro hi kundali

The verse for Hatha Yoga Pradipi­ka says Kun­dali­ni is the base of all yoga and tantra. With­out it advanced yoga can nev­er be accom­plished. Khechari Mudra, Samb­habi Mudra etc. need Kun­dali­ni for their accom­plish­ment. The last four limbs (pratya­har, dha­rana, dhyan and samad­hi), which are very essen­tial, can nev­er be touched by a prac­ti­tion­er or even by a teacher after tens of years of prac­tice with­out kun­dali­ni awakening.

A true yoga teacher should be the accom­plished one.
Oth­er­wise it’s almost like a blind try­ing to guide anoth­er blind, which is always unwanted.


At the stage of Ashirvad Vidya you learn:

Sec­tion 1 – Kun­dali­ni Awak­ing and Ashir­vad Vidya

In this sec­tion your Kun­dali­ni will be awak­ened by Kun­dali­ni Shak­ti­pat, which in turn opens up a direct path to high­er ener­gy and ele­vat­ed con­scious­ness. The real goal of Shak­ti­pat is to estab­lish you in full enlight­en­ment but dur­ing the process Kun­dali­ni will enhance the capa­bil­i­ties which you can use to guide, heal and help oth­ers. Ashrvad Vidya is lit­er­al­ly a heal­ing tech­nique but it pro­vides you tools and capa­bil­i­ties to heal and man­age ener­gies in chakras, ener­gy body and also phys­i­cal and men­tal body. It con­nects you to high­er dimen­sions from where you can receive ener­gy and wis­dom. Also gives you the capa­bil­i­ties to charge crys­tals and oth­er objects.

Sec­tion 2 – Guid­ing peo­ple properly

After gain­ing the above told tools and capa­bil­i­ties you can use these to find out what is good and what is bad for a spe­cif­ic per­son and guide him accord­ing­ly. By direct­ing the per­son with prop­er Ashanas, Pranayams, Mudras, Band­has, Mantras etc you can real­ly help a per­son grow rapid­ly and can avoid unwant­ed results.

Sec­tion 3 – Crys­tal Therapy

In this sec­tion you are going to learn to heal, bal­ance and man­age a person’s ener­gies by using spe­cif­ic crys­tals. As you have already got the capa­bil­i­ty of charg­ing the crys­tals in 1st sec­tion you can use this capa­bil­i­ty in this sec­tion. Also with awak­ened Kun­dali­ni you will have enough sen­si­tiv­i­ty to feel and under­stand the in depth knowl­edge of crystals.

Sec­tion 4 – Align­ing Chakras and Empow­er­ing by Bija Mantras

(Only giv­en when ready) This is very advance stage. In this stage you will be able to feel the poten­cy of the chakras of oth­er per­sons, align it and increase or decrease poten­cy and fre­quen­cy as need­ed. You can use bija mantras inside the chakras to heal and to enhance its pow­er. This sec­tion will give you direct wis­dom from realizations.