The quickest way to Moksha (liberation) is through attunement to a Self-realized guru, and through a balance of deepening meditation, such as Kriya Yoga, and selfless service.

This is the same for householders as well as monks and nuns. Inner renunciation is essential to all devotees if they want to attain liberation.


The Quickest Way to Moksha (Liberation)

Nayaswami Pranaba

Question from Seeker: What is the quickest way to be liberated/ salvation? Does it differs for householders vs monks/ nuns?


How Can I Help My Deceased Mother?

Tyagi Jayadev

Question from Karthika: I lost my mother suddenly before 7 months due to heart attack. She was a very pious , dutyful, religious woman ,a devotee of Lord Krishna who was very kind to all alike including animals. I feel that a human being like her should definitely get moksha and not go through any suffering again through rebirths. How can I know…


Do We Really Need to Attain Samadhi?

Nayaswami Gyandev

Question from Hitesh Khiani: Is attaining the permanent state of Nirbikalpa Samadhi (Nivikalapa or Nirbeej Samadhi) necessary for a soul to attain Liberation/Moksha? In Adi Shankara’s vivekachudamani he seems to be indicating very clearly that unless one unites one’s soul with spirit in samadhi, there is no question of moksha. However, in the Bhagavad Gita Lord Krishna in several places indicates several ways by…