The gurus referred to here, are Paramahansa Yogananda (d. 1952), founder of Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF), his guru, Yukteswar, Lahiri Mahasaya, and his guru, called Babaji. They are known for kriya-yoga. Yogananda started the Self-Realization Fellowship, SRF, and later admitted that starting it was a great blunder, to render him gently. And I for my part was once a member of SRF, and got awfully disappointed. Why? Look through the Yogananda-related pages on-site and you may find out.
The essential kriya technique is explained here. It is public knowledge outside SRF.
How many page visits have there been on "Yogananda pages" on the site so far? There are no comprehensive figures for the first 11 years, only one random count by the host, NVG. However since November 15, 2006 Google Analytics has been applied.
1. Intertwined and related pages are kept out in this SRF related survey - pages on yoga, other yogis and gurus, Jesus and Krishna, and so on. SRF linked pages have a stream of visitors over the years, but are not among the most visited pages on-site. [List of the most visited pages year by year].
3. Pages that have been visited less that ca. 3,500 times between 15 Nov 2006 into 17 Feb 2015 are not included in the list that follows. The most visited SRF- and-Yogananda related pages up to 17 Feb 2015 are on the list.
Counts supplied by Google Analytics from 15 Nov 2006 into 17 Feb 2015 - show there were slightly less than 12,8 million page views during those 8 years or so.
Here, then, are Google Analytics counts for the most visited Yogananda related pages so far. A little complication: During the period some pages have got changed titles and/or changed addresses. A few pages have been removed too, or content has been moved to some other page. Many pages have been revised, and some extensively.
Yearly visits to the SRF-related pages in all: A very rough estimate: 35,000 page visits a year.
- Tormod Kinnes
Addresses and page views between 15 Nov. 2005 and 27 Feb 2015 rounded off to the nearest 250
To look into a page, copy and paste the address of it into your browser. Some of the pages that contain much and relevant information are followed by ▢.
oaks.nvg.org/wiw.html - 94,000
Yogananda, Paramhansa. The Second Coming of Christ by Paramhansa Yogananda: From the Original unchanged writings of Paramhansa Yogananda's interpretations of the sayings of Jesus Christ. Vol 1. Dallas, TX: Amrita Foundation, 1979, p. 128.
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