Mahasivratri and Yogi

For a yogi/ni, Mahasivratri is the “Day/Night of Yoga”, the time to transcend, transform and evolve. Mahasivratri has been observed as the single most important vortex of time by the yogis and householders in India for thousands of years. Based on the planetary alignment with earth and the lunar cycle, this vortex of time holds the objectives of yogi as in being the Spirit having the human experience; as in being ‘liberated’ from the limits of the mind and as in having the grace of Source in our daily realities. This year of 2016, Mahasivratri falls on Tuesday, March 8th.. Read More >

Mahasivratri and Turiya

One of the key observations during the night of Mahasivratri is to stay awake all night. In reality, it is not about being a weekend warrior staying up all night singing, chanting and dancing but about training ourselves to go beyond the mind and its sleep pattern through meditative practice. At the time vortex of Mahasivratri, we are able to experience the ‘sleepless sleep’ state with less effort. When we utilize yogi as a tool to consciousness, we realize that the journey is beyond the mind and the natural states of consciousness that is sleep, being.. Read More >

MahaSivratri dates for the next 5 years

Tuesday, the 8th of March.
Saturday, the 25th of February.
Wednesday, the 14th of February
Tuesday, the 5th of March
Saturday, the 22nd of February

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MahaSivratri: A pilgrimage with Nandhi TapasYogi