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One may either let the good prevail or.

Yoga is the means by which the mind can be. Let not pride overtake you.

Shri Gorakhanath

Lead a simple life. Gorakhnath often called GorakshaGorakshanathor simply Gorakh is an elusive figure historically.

He is many things to many people. For some Gorakhnath is no gorakzha than an incarnation of Shiva himself.

Gorakhnath is also a lineage bearer of Buddhist Tantra in Tibet. He was not born in the normal sense. A holy man named Gitw used to go door-to-door to beg for food and, in exchange, offered blessings and wisdom.


At one house, the woman asked if she would ever have a child.

Matsyendranath gave her some holy ash giga said if she swallowed it she would have a child. The woman told her neighbor who derided her naivete in believing such things, so she threw the ash away on a dung heap.

Twelve years later, Matsyendranath returned and asked how the child was doing. The woman confessed what she had done with the ash.


The holy man went to the dung heap and prayed, calling to the boy. A beautiful year-old boy emerged.

Matsyendranath took the boy with him. That boy was Gorakhnath.

The Nath tradition underwent its greatest expansion during the time of Gorakshanath. He produced a number of writings and even today is considered the greatest of the Naths. In India there are many caves, many with temples built over them, where it is said that Gorakshanath spent time in meditation.


Yoga is the means by which the mind can be trained to promote and sustain the good instincts.