World Peace Mission
Who we are
The World Peace Mission has grown over the years calling many people from around the world to learn Kriya Yoga and change. Kriya Yoga is not about religion but about your soul uniting with the power of love and peace within you. Any one can learn, it's about breathing in unison with the divine breath of creation. The more we change the stronger the peace gets and the better it becomes for the world. Peace is light, light is the slayer of darkness and delusion.
Babaji taught me Kriya Yoga breathing. This calms us in preparation for meditation. Our minds are the key factor to change – when we calm our minds we see wisely, feel more kindly, live more openly and express more clearly each day. We change to become the truth of who we are. We touch our sacred soul. This is the God glow within us to express peace, love, and kindness.
What People say about Us
“I feel such gratitude and love
I felt drawn to attend the first World Peace Mission in Penzance in 2015 really just out of curiosity to see what it was all about. The speakers were inspirational and it was great to feel a part of a movement devoted to World Peace. Swami Aliananda Paramahansa had a wonderful quality of presence and I determined to attend her Kriya Yoga sessions the same week. The seed was sown at the first session, I water it daily by practicing my Kriya breaths and I AM CHANGING. Although my mind persists in wandering whilst meditating I still feel a sense of deepening peace.
I am much more appreciative of my life and I am so often stopped in my tracks when I see something beautiful, a child, a flower, a sunset. I feel such gratitude and love now for all my blessings past and present including having the privilege of working with Swami Aliananda Paramahansa, a devotional and inspirational teacher, without her teachings I would still be wandering in the wilderness.
“The ability to calm down
Kriya has given me the means through the five practices the ability to calm down a racing mind very quickly. More than that, it has given me an inner strength which I wasn't aware of until I started thinking about this.
Practising this method of meditation helps me to feel a lighter side of me inside, I feel more confident and peaceful.
“I find it great
A series of simple breath techniques that takes me about fifteen minutes a day, keeps me sharp and focused. Plus it keeps negative thoughts at bay.
Kriya yoga is simply the Supreme Method towards self realisation.
“Peace in this crazy world
I love Kriya Yoga, after practising it I feel calm and centred in my heart.
It's an invitation to peace in this crazy world.
“Amazing things happened
Over the weeks and months amazing things happened. I was much calmer and more understanding, at work subtle things happened. There was a reorganisation at work and my workload lessened and it was not so complicated.
Kriya yoga breathing techniques let you enjoy the silence and to go inside yourself and discover the real you and what is important to you.
Read the Story!
From housewife to enlightenment
This an extraordinary and inspirational true story about a devoted wife and mother from Cornwall, who experienced a profound spiritual awakening that resulted in a 12 year search for her Master, 'the holiest man in the world', across India and to the Himalayas.
When she eventually stood in front of him, the great Mahavatar Babaji said, "You've been looking for me for 12 years and now I’ve called you."
When she became a Self-realised Master through the practice of Kriya Yoga Meditation, Babaji gave her a World Peace Mission, which was blessed by His Holiness The Dalai Lama in a private audience.
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