Why Mahasivratri is for all who do Yoga
Be the Yogi
Nandhiji explains Yogam
Discover the blessings.
The Grand Night of Cosmic Alignment for you to Super Charge your Transformation
with the Grace of Siva and the Saints and Sages.
What is Mahasivratri?
Cosmic Vortex of Time for Enlightenment
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 yoga 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.
Release karmic imprints of limitations
An ideal time to detox the body, mind & soul
When we go deeper into the science of yoga to understand yoga as a journey through consciousness, we realize that words such as liberation and enlightenment is not a distant concept but an amazing experience we can have in our daily realities. Observing Mahasivratri does ease us into awakening the potential underlying objectives within yoga.
Once a Year Event
The Night of Saints and Sages Blessing Us
Once a year during these moments we are in now, based on the lunar calendar, we (humanity- every human on Planet Earth) are subjected to the energies of an inward mind. Yogis, Sages and householders in India have celebrated the culmination of this period that gifts enlightenment and higher consciousness for thousands of years as Mahasivratri.
Once a year, Sages undergoing austere penance through the year, come out to bless everyone as Lord Siva. Lord Siva is the celebration of our awake consciousness as in realizing our soul and God to be One.
Consciousness Beyond Enlightenment
A higher conscious mind is like the mind of Leonardo Da Vinci, a genius and as a Sage Emperor like Mahatma Gandhi, capable of effecting changes to the entire nation, if not to the world.
Observing Mahasivrathri is transforming as we awaken to whom we truly are. Lord Siva, the dissolver of ego enables clearance of past karmic negatives that have blocked us from our true potentials. Mahasivrathri is rejuvenative as we tune into the eternal yogi within ourselves as the surrender of our body consciousness to the awake soul, the eternal yogi. The objective of Mahasivrathri is to experience turiya, the realm of enlightenment- the fourth state of consciousness that is beyond being awake and sleeping. Proximity of the mind with Source does align our thoughts to be empowered as we are in touch with our inner wisdom of calm, serenity, inspiration, abundance and knowing.