Mahashivaratri is one of the most sacred nights of the year for a yogi. It is the night of the marriage between Shiva and Shakti. A night of the union of the progenitors of the science of yoga.
Each new moon Shiva energy peaks in nature but on Mahashivaratri, Shiva energy reaches to the highest levels of the entire year. Therefore, this sacred night is the greatest opportunity for any yogi or spiritual practitioner to take their spiritual process to the next level.
Join Swami Brahmananda Saraswati on this sacred night and celebrate the divine union of Shiva and Shakti.
Swami ji will perform a puja signifying the divine Union, concluding with a short session on the secrets of utilizing the lunar cycles and and energy peaks of Shiva and Shakti on each full moon and new moon. Then Swamiji will lead us through a 15-20 min MahaShiva (Mahadev) meditation. We will conclude the celebration with sweets and prasadam.
"The purpose of yoga is to unite these two principles as so that Shiva and Shakti become one within the self." - Upanishads
Swami Brahmananda Saraswati, a yogi and a Vedic Rishi, is a visionary social innovator and a prominent spiritual leader.
Swami spent 20 years in the Himalayas as a young monk receiving in-depth training and education in Vedic knowledge including yoga, eastern medicine, meditation, mindfulness, philosophy and mystic arts from enlightened masters in a 5000-year-old unbroken lineage of Vedic tradition.
His mission to serve the cause of human flourishing led him to America, where he went to medical school and is currently a senior graduate student at Johns Hopkins studying business with a focus in organizational leadership, healthcare management, and social innovation.
On his journey to serve humanity, Swami Brahmananda has traveled extensively around the globe. He has shared the message of yoga, peace, and harmony with 1000’s of his students in America, Europe, and India. Join Swami in a teacher training and experience how you too can enhance human consciousness on earth and in your life.