Offering of Food for lakhs of devotees
MAHASHIVRATRI 2018 Schedule
Linga Bhairavi Procession
Sounds Of Isha(Soi)
Linga Bhairavi Maha Arti
Welcome Address With Sadhguru
Samskriti Dance Performance
Sounds Of Isha Featuring Sand Artist
Sounds Of Isha
Satsang & Midnight Meditation With Sadhguru
Sadhguru Talks About Brahmamuhuratam, Followed By The Chant
Sounds Of Isha
Closing With Sadhguru
Unlock the spiritual possibilities of Mahashivratri night with this powerful process guided by Sadhguru. It is Sadhguru’s wish that all should participate in this process at midnight wherever they are.
The process will last approximately 50 minutes. Please follow the instructions given by Sadhguru throughout the meditation.
Start the video below at 11:30 PM in your own time zone.
Mahashivratri at Home:
Those who cannot be at the Isha Yoga Center during Mahashivratri can make use of the night in the following manner.
- It is most beneficial to stay awake, aware and in a vertical position throughout the night, without lying down.
- You can prepare your room by lighting a lamp or a Linga Jyothi, and placing a Dhyanalinga Yantra or Sadhguru’s picture, flowers, incense etc.
- You can chant, sing or listen to devotional songs and chants.
- If alone, it is good to take a walk or be with nature. If in a group, it is good to be silent as far as possible.
- The midnight sadhana can be performed in the following manner: 11:10pm to 11:30 pm –Sukha pranayama; 11:30 to 11:50 pm – AUM chanting; 11:50 pm – 12:10 am – Chanting of the Mahamantra, “AUM Namah Shivaya.”
- If you are following the celebrations through live telecasts and webcasts, you can follow the meditation instructions given there.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I follow the timings according to India time or my timezone? For example, should I do Midnight Meditation at midnight in my timezone or India time?
Please follow the timings of your timezone. For example, the Midnight Meditation should be done at midnight in your timezone.
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Can I do the midnight meditation at midnight in my timezone?
Sadhguru has instructed that the midnight meditation should be done at midnight in your own time zone (start 20 minutes before midnight).
I’m located outside of India. Should I watch this live or should I watch in my own time zone?
For overseas viewers, please watch the live webstream delayed, so it starts in the evening in your time zone.
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Will a recording of the event be available after the live webstream?
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