His Holiness Shivkrupanand Swami has introduced a unique technique of meditation ‘Samarpan Dhyanyog’ (Samarpan Mediation) for all mankind. This technique has been practised by many yogis in the Himalayas for hundreds of years. Having pursued severe spiritual practices for many years and having fully merged his existence with Divine Universal Consciousness, His Holiness Swamiji descended to society from the Himalayan Mountains with a pure wish to help everyone connect with the Divine Universal Consciousness and experience it.
Since early childhood, Swamiji was curious about the existence and nature of Consciousness or God. Questioning the followers of various religions which he saw around him, he sought to know and find this knowledge.
This search continued throughout his early life, wherein three visions regularly came to him during meditation. One was of the Pashupatinath temple in Nepal, the second was of a tall fair-haired ascetic and the third was of a little temple set on a small hill. Swamiji lived a normal life, completed a Master’s degree in Business Studies and began to work as a Marketing Manager for a large company in Calcutta. Then one day, his work took him to the North of India where an unexpected bank strike interrupted his business activities. So he decided to fulfill his long held desire to visit Kathmandu. The following day after his arrival, he went to the Pashupatinath Temple. When he arrived there, an elderly man approached him, and surprisingly addressed him by his name! The man said that he had been sent to seek him by his Guru, and he had been waiting for him for the past three days.
Swamiji was simply amazed since he had only just decided to travel to Nepal on 'the spur of the moment'. However, he seemed to be drawn by an unseen force to follow this man to a small village in the mountains. On arriving at the village, he was made to sit on a large stone and wait. At sunset, a tall fair-haired ascetic came out of a nearby cave and approached him. To Swamiji’s utter amazement, this ascetic named Shivbaba, was, the same ascetic who used to visit him every day in meditation.
In his autobiography- The Samarpan Yog of the Himalayas, Swamiji describes His Guru,Shivbaba as a very tall and thin man, of a fair complexion and with piercing blue eyes that He could not look into for long. Taking Swamiji into the cave, Shivbaba vibrated some water and poured it into Swamiji's hands to drink. As soon as he drank the vibrated water Swamiji went into a deep meditative trance which lasted for three whole days. Finally, when He awoke his Guru told him that he had been waiting for him for 40 years, and that whilst in the trance Shivbaba had transferred all of His spiritual knowledge and powers to Him. Shivbaba was 96 years of age and said that having completed his mission of passing on his entire knowledge and powers to Swamiji he was now ready to leave his mortal body. After his Guru’s death, Swamiji returned home and continued the life of a householder, marrying and having children. Ten years later, another holy person, a Mahatma, came to His house and told Him that it was time for Him to begin His spiritual journey. Seeking the permission of Swamiji's wife, He then took Swamiji away to the Himalayas. For many years, Swamiji was transferred from one Guru to another to receive their spiritual knowledge and powers.
There in the Himalayas, Swamiji meditated with Gurus, Siddhas, Rishis, Munis, Kaiwalya Kumbhak Yogis, Buddhist monks and Saints, Jain Munis, and also with the Higher Gurus who exist there and who do not require the ordinary realms of verbal language and communicate through the language of vibrations through meditation. There in the Himalayas He found complete knowledge and enlightenment.
Having reached enlightenment and merging fully with the Universal Consciousness, yet remaining in the physical body, Swamiji chose not to isolate himself from society as many beings who reach that level do. Instead, he came back into society as 'a pipe', a channel, a means through which anyone who chooses to can experience and connect with the Universal Consciousness.