(The physiological transformation to the state of swarūpa samādhi was, however, completed only later, at Palani in the final phases of Kriya Kundalini Yoga and related practices. Bhoganāthars own graphic description is recorded in the poem at the end of this chapter Will chant the unifying verse of the Vedanta. For that which runs, a net can be fashioned; for that which swims, a line can be strung.
Glory to the holy feet of Uma (the Divine Mother of the Universe. But the ascent of a Dragon on the wind into heaven is something which is beyond my knowledge.
or Bhogar, the Jāna Guru of Babaji, in the poem Bhogar Jāna Sagarama (Bhogars Oceanic Life Story, consisting of 557 verses, verse number 2, lines number 3 and 4), identifies himself as a Tamilian, (Ramaiah, 1979; 1982. There are nine important shrines associated with this tradition, five of which are in the Himālaya Mountains: Amarnāth (where Shiva first taught Kriya Yoga to his Shakti partner, Parvati Devi), Kedarnāth, Badrināth (India), Kailāsanāth, (Tibet) and Paśupatināth (Nepal).
He belonged to the ancient tradition of Nava (nine) Nāth sadhus (holy ascetics), tracing their tradition to Lord Shiva.
He attained swarūpa samādhi at Palani, through the grace of Lord Muruga, or the eternal youth, Kumāra Swāmi.
The Kumāraswāmi temple at Palani became the epicenter of his activities. He convened a meeting of many siddhas just before the beginning of the present Kali Yuga, in 3102 BC, to determine the best way for humanity to progress along the spiritual path during the coming period of darkness.
Kālangi Nāthar decided to enter into samādhi in seclusion for 3,000 years.
When the disciples returned to the spot where the bodies had been left lying, all that was found was a note, in Bhoganāthars handwriting, which said: This kaya kalpa enabled Bhoganāthar to transform the Chinese body over a period of 12,000 years, during which time it developed a lustrous golden color. The advanced techniques which he taught involve raising the energies from the mūladhāra cakra corresponding to the perineum up to the sahasrara cakra during sexual intercourse with a spiritually minded partner, resulting in sublimated energy, tejas. I know a bird can fly, a fish can swim, and an animal can run.Bo is a derivation of the word Bhogam which means bliss, material and spiritual.This bliss, for which he was named Bo-Yang is experienced when the Kundalini shakti, the feminine primordial yin energy awakens, passes up to the crown of the head, the seat of Shiva, the masculine yang pole, in the Sahasra cakra at the summit of the head and unites with it.The first three stages arc described in a later chapter on The Psychophysiology of Kriya Kundalini Pranayama.Bhoganāthar chose the Palani Malai (mountain) in what is now southwestern Tamil Nadu as the site for intensive yogic practice (tapas) for the final stage.