Shiva Yoga Diksha is a concept associated with Hindu Dharma, which embodies the journey of sincere disciples and selfless seekers towards the enlightenment of the mind.
What is Shiva Yoga Diksha?
In our ancient scriptures, Shiva Yoga Diksha is defined as the process through which a Guru transfers good energy, positivity, and eternal knowledge to his pupils.
According to our Vedas, when a disciple performs the ritual of ‘Guru Dhaaran,’ Guru drops a Life-Mantra in his ear, and he has to keep it secret in order to explore the divine secret of life.
What Do We Do During the Process of Shiva Yoga Diksha?
Our Shiva Yoga Diksha Program is run by our expert priests and Pundits who have excelled in the art of worshipping Shiva and performing Rudrabhishek in the most authentic manner. With the initiation of the Shiva Yoga Diksha program, our priests introduce the most sacred and pious Panch-Akshari (Five-Letter) Mantra (Om Namah Shivaay) to the devoted seekers.
This Shiva Yoga Diksha is performed in the same manner as explained in our ancient scriptures. The initiation of this auspicious process is done with Rudrabhishek of Lord Shiva, followed by applying the sacred ash (Bhasma/Vibhuti) on the forehead of the seeker and making him/her wear the divinely Rudraksha.
These rituals symbolize detachment and allow the seeker to connect with the Divine, as well as the inner divinity. Due to the deep connection of Lord Shiva with the holy Rudraksha and sacred Bhasma, it becomes easy for the disciple to follow faith & devotion throughout his/her life.
Deep Insights of the Program
- Availing the devotee with the knowledge of Shiva Yoga and its significance.
- Providing the devotee with a deep perceptive of Shiva Tatva and Shiva Gyaan.
- Giving the devotee opportunity to practice Shiva Yoga and associated activities in seclude, to understand its importance in a better way.
Benefits of the Program
- When the devotee connects with Shiva, he/she understands the actual form and purpose of Shiva Yoga.
- By getting a keen understanding of Shiva Tatva, the devotee can learn the art of introspection.
- With the evolvement of deep devotion towards Shiva, Devotee slowly moves from being extrorse to intensely afferent.
- As soon as the devotee gains the knowledge of Lord Shiva, he/she begins to remain undiverted from Shiva.
- The devotee begins to see Shiva Tatva in every human being.
- The devotee learns to remain neutral and selfless towards his/her relationships.
- The devotee gets able to come out of the shell of physical and sexual illusions and leads towards the path of purity and dignity.
- Slowly, the devotee sacrifices all the rage and avarice from within.
- The devotee learns the concept of Advaita Vedanta, i.e., non-duality, through which he/she sees everyone with a unitary vision.
- Also, the devotee begins the understand the eternal relationship between Jeeva (Pashu) and Brahma (Pashupatinath Mahadev).
Who Can Pursue Shiva Yoga Diksha?
- There are no limitations of country, time, and circumstance when it comes to pursuing Shiva Yoga Diksha.
- Devotees of all castes, creeds, ages, nationalities, and genders can opt for the Shiva Yoga Diksha program.
- The devotee pursuing Shiva Yoga Diksha must remain deeply interested and dedicated to the program.
Is Shiva Yoga Diksha a Daily Practice?
Yes, it is a daily practice that requires the devotee to chant the Panch-Akshari Mantra (Om Namah Shivaay) regularly. This spiritual practice requires only 10 minutes of the devotee.
What Instructions Should the Devotee Follow During and After the Program?
- Needs to be an earnest seeker to dedicate himself/herself entirely to Lord Shiva.
- Shouldn’t intake non-vegetarian and practice vegetarianism only.
- Shouldn’t even intake any type of intoxicating liquor, alcoholic drinks, or other toxic behaviors. These practices not only harm the health but also add negativity to the mind and deform the consciousness of the practitioner.
- Should maintain purity at all levels, be it physical or mental.
- Should keep himself/herself selfless, benevolent, truthful, and self-contented.