"The Teacher provides Spiritual Energy! Just like roots provide nutrients to the flowers." - Master Choa Kok Sui

Arhatic Yoga ®

‘Arhat’ is a Pali term, which literally means ‘He who is worthy’ or ‘He who is worthy of praises.’ Arhatic yoga also called The Synthesis of Yoga or in the higher levels, The Yoga of Synthesis, is designed to help the practitioner develop to the level of an Arhat.

The world ‘yoga’ is from the Sanskrit root ‘yug’ which means to yoke or unite. Yoga is thus the term given to any technique that culminates in uniting us with the divine. There are many paths of yoga, Bhakti yoga aims to achieve this union through love and devotion; karma yoga does it through service, Jnana yoga aims at union through knowledge while raja yoga works at union through meditation. Grand Master Choa Kok Sui has successfully combined all these method of yoga along with Kundalini yoga to form one of the fastest and most powerful methods for spiritual development and evolution.

At the preparatory level, the practitioner is taught four meditations which, alongside the Meditation on twin hearts for peace and illumination, form the foundation for all future practices. Regular practice of the meditations leads to tremendously accelerated spiritual growth, increased healing power, enhanced mental faculties and intuition besides reduced stress, better interpersonal relationships and peace.

The key to the practice of arhatic yoga is balance. As the meditations combine the various paths of yoga, the practitioner finds that he or she develops not only spiritually, but also mentally, emotionally and physically. A well-developed arhatic practitioner then uses these enhanced faculties to help the world by doing service, which forms the karma yoga part of arhatic yoga.

At the preparatory level, practitioners are expected to do at least three hours of healing per week as part of the service, besides studying various books and meditating regularly. Practitioners are also expected to minimize if not stop smoking and consumption of alcohol and maintain a predominantly vegetarian diet. There are many higher levels of arhatic yoga that teach the practitioner advanced and powerful meditation techniques. Admission to these levels is based on the applicant’s practice of the preparatory course meditations.