Sadhguru’s Mahashivratri worldwide prayers combine Yoga, meditation

Sadhguru’s Mahashivratri worldwide prayers combine Yoga, meditation

Mahashivratri is an exuberant annual festival that reverberates the world over, including with meditations led by renowned spiritualist Sadhguru.

A key date in the calendar for Hindus, the unique planetary positions on Mahashivratri are such that there is a natural upsurge of energy within the human system. It’s advised to stay awake throughout the night with your spine erect to get the maximum benefit.  As part of its worldwide celebrations, Isha Foundation coordinates a night of exuberant celebration and tremendous possibilities for your inner wellbeing.

"The significance of the day is that there is an upward movement of energy in the human body. So this night, we want to spend awake, aware, with our spines erect so that whatever sadhana we are doing, there is a great assistance from nature," says Sadhguru.

This year, Indian Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar will take part in Mahashivratri 2024 celebrations at Sadhguru's Isha Yoga Centre in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, on March 8. But devotees the world over can also tune into the festivities viewed by over 140 million people.

The grand spectacle will be broadcast from 6 pm on March 8 to 6 am of March 9 in 22 languages worldwide on Sadhguru's YouTube channels and major media networks.

Popular Indian artists like Shankar Mahadevan and Gurdas Maan, rappers like Brodha V, Paradox, MC Heam, Dharavi project and French musicians will also grace the occasion.

The festivities are set to kick off with the Pancha Bhuta Aradhana at Dhyanalinga, a potent yogic process of elemental cleansing, followed by the Linga Bhairavi Maha Yatra, Sadhguru's discourse, meditations, and the spectacular Adiyogi Divya Darshanam, a powerful visual journey depicting the origin of Yoga.

Sadhguru, who will guide a live and online audience through powerful midnight and Brahma Muhurutam meditations on the "grand night of Shiva".

This year, the festival promises to be even grander with PVR INOX, a chain of multiplexes in India, creating history by tying up with the Isha Mahashivratri to stream the 12-hour celebrations live on select big screens across India for the first time.


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In order to make it a truly immersive, spiritual experience for seekers across the world, programmes such as 'Rudraksha Diksha', 'In The Grace of Yoga', 'Yaksha Festival', 'Maha Annadanam', and Mahashivratri and Shivanga sadhana are also being offered. 

(*With ANI Inputs)

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