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26 MINOR YOGA SIDDHIS



Minor Siddhis are also acquired by the Yogi:

1. Hunger and thirst are no longer a problem.

2. The ability to be free of the symptoms of heat and cold.

3. Raga-Dvesha is no longer an issue.

4. Doora Darshan, also known as Dooradrishti or clairvoyance.

Doora Sravan, clairaudience, Doora Sruti, and Doora Pravachana are all examples of Doora Sravan.

6. Mano-Jaya, or mind control.

7. Kama Rupa: The Yogi has the ability to take whatever form he desires.

8. Parakaya Pravesha: He has the ability to reach another entity, animate a dead body, and move his consciousness into it.

9. Iccha-Mrityu: Death comes to him at his leisure.

Devanam Saha Kreeda and Darshana: After seeing the gods, playing with them.

11. Yatha Sankalpa: He is free to do whatever he pleases.

12. Trikala-Jnana: History, current, and future knowledge.

13. Advandva: Above the opposing sets.

14. Vak-Siddhi: By practicing Satya, Prophecy, the Yogi will foresee what will happen in the future.

15. The Yogi has the ability to transform base metal into gold.

16. Kaya-Vyuha: The Yogi will take as many bodies as he wants to exhaust all of his Karmas in one life.

17. Darduri-Siddhi: A frog's leaping ability.

18. Patala-Siddhi: Yogi transforms into Lord of Desire and vanquishes sorrows and illnesses.

19. He learns of his former life.

He learns about the cluster of stars and planets in number 20.

21. He gains the ability to perceive the Siddhas.

22. He attains elemental mastery (Bhuta Jaya), as well as Prana mastery (Prana Jaya).

23. Kamachari: He has the freedom to go whenever he wants.

He gains omnipotence and omniscience at the age of 24.

25. Vayu-Siddhi: The Yogi ascends into the clouds and ascends from the earth.

26. He has the ability to find out the location of a hidden treasure.


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8 IMPORTANT YOGA SIDDHIS



In the direction of Kundalini Yoga, an experienced Purnayogi has eight main Siddhis: Anima, Mahima, Laghima, Garima, Prapti, Prakamya, Vasitvam, and Ishitvam.

1. Anima: The Yogi will shrink to whatever size he wants.

2. Mahima: The antithesis of Anima. He has the ability to grow to whatever size he desires. He has the ability to enlarge his body to enormous proportions. He has the ability to occupy the whole universe. He will take on the form of Virat Svarupa.

3. Laghima: He has the ability to turn his body into cloth or feathers. This Siddhi is used for Vayustambhanam. Control is also exerted to a limited extent in Jalastambhanam. Plavini Pranayama makes the body lighter. Swallowing huge draughts of air causes the Yogi's real gravity to decrease. With the assistance of this Siddhi, the Yogi will fly across the heavens. In a single second, he will fly thousands of miles.

4.Garima is the polar opposite of Laghima. The Yogi's specific gravity increases as a result of this. Through drinking draughts of air, he will make his body as big as a mountain.

5. Prapti: When a Yogi stands on the ground, he or she has the ability to hit the highest objects. He has the ability to touch the sun, moon, and sky. The Yogi obtains his desired artifacts and divine energies through this Siddhi. He gains the ability to forecast future events, as well as clairvoyance, clairaudience, telepathy, thought-reading, and other abilities. He may communicate with animals and birds in their native tongues. He can also communicate in languages he is unfamiliar with. He has the ability to heal all illnesses.

6. Prakamya: He has the ability to dive into the sea and emerge at any moment. Benares' late Trilinga Swami used to spend six months living under the Ganges. It's the method by which a Yogi will become invisible at times. Some writers describe it as the ability to access another person's body (Parakaya Pravesh). Sri Sankara joined the body of Benares' Raja Amaruka. In Southern India, Tirumular penetrated the body of a shepherd. This was also done by Raja Vikramaditya. It's also the ability to maintain a youthful beauty for an extended period of time. This was the influence of Raja Yayati.

7. Vashitvam: This is the force of taming and keeping wild animals under order. It is the ability to hypnotize others and make them obey one's desires and commands with the use of willpower. It is the control of one's impulses and passions. It is the ability to subjugate men, women, and the elements.

8. Ishitvam: Attaining spiritual power is what Ishitvam is all about. The Yogi ascends to the role of Lord of the Universe.

The Yogi who has this strength has the ability to bring the dead back to life. The deceased could be brought back to life by Kabir, Tulsidas, Akalkot Swami, and others.


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7 INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOGA SIDDHIS


1. The Yogi achieves a flawless physical body by Hatha Yoga—Rupalavanya Bala Vajrasam-hanana Kaya Sampat. “Beauty, elegance, resilience, and adamantine hardness are the characteristics of a flawless body.” Kaya Sampat encompasses the ability to withstand intense cold and heat (Titiksha), as well as the ability to survive without water or food (perfection of body).

2. Since the Hatha Yogi's body is perfect and strong, his mind is also firm and focused. He scales the highest rung of the Yogic ladder and achieves Immortality through Yogic Samadhi through the rituals of Dharana and Dhyana. The Yogi who has attained the highest level will possess all of the major and minor Siddhis.

3. The sum of meditation at various Chakras and Tattvas, as well as the awakening of Kundalini, determines the attainment of energies. Mudras, Bandhas, Asanas, and Pranayamas will also aid in the acquisition of Siddhis.

4. The Siddhis obtained through the practice of Mudras can also be obtained through the practice of Bandhas, Asanas, Pranayamas, and emphasis on various Chakras. That is dependent on the aspirants' temperament and capacity. One exercise and various techniques may be used to achieve the desired objective. As a result, if a particular exercise fails to yield results, the individual must resort to other options.

5. Many of the eight main Siddhis are not achievable at this time (Kali Yuga), when the vast majority of people's bodies and minds are not in good enough shape. Several Siddhas have the ability to practice some of the Siddhis even today. When people ask them to do something, they either hide or say, "I don't know." They don't give a damn about these Siddhis. Their aim is to dismiss these as unreal and strive for the top. They're the only ones who can really call themselves Yogins. Many people have the ability to use those abilities but have no idea how they do it.

6. It is possible to hear the minds of someone. In London, a man receives the divine message of Indian sages. Several people have been seen killing the venom of cobras by singing Mantras or just touching them. Incurable conditions may be healed by offering any kind of leaves. There are men who can teach you all about your life, present, and future. Some may have the ability to see astral beings.

Yogic rituals are responsible for stopping the functions of the heart and transforming the minds of others, among other things.

7. Nowadays, it is difficult to locate a Yogi who has any of these abilities. When a person gains those abilities, he is influenced by Maya and false Tushti (satisfaction) and uses the abilities for his livelihood or fame. As a result, he is unable to progress to achieve perfection. The Yogic Kriyas haven't made a mistake. You do not lose hope. You will achieve success if you have faith, focus, honesty, and earnestness.


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