Bhava Spandana Program is an advanced meditation program designed by Sadhguru to provide the opportunity to go beyond the limitations of body and mind and experience higher levels of consciousness.
The word Bhava literally means “sensation.” Spandana can be loosely translated as “resonance.” Through powerful processes and meditations, the Bhava Spandana Program creates an intensely energetic situation, where individuality and the limitations of the five sense organs can be transcended, creating an experience of oneness and resonance with the rest of existence. It offers an exuberant experience of unbounded love and joy.
Bhava Spandana Program is conducted as a 4 day residential program at the Isha Yoga Center, India, at the Isha Institute of Inner-sciences, USA, and more occasionally at various other centers across the world. This program is purely experiential – no new practices are taught.
Completion of the Inner Engineering Program (including the Shambhavi Mahamudra Kriya) is a prerequisite for attending this program.
BSP made me believe that we can really find heaven on earth. I used to look at the things I don't have and forget about the things that life gave me. Now I am grateful for every moment, every person and everything I have in my life. I feel so much love now, sometimes my heart can't take it... Peace and Love.
In so many ways Bhava Spandana was the turning point for my life. It’s quite unbelievable the kind of energy situation, peace, stillness, vibrance and joy I felt within myself. I never knew something so huge existed within me, how it could remain hidden for so long. For the first time I bowed down to another human being with all my heart – and that changed the quality of my life in a huge way.
I went into the Bhava Spandana Program with no idea of what lay ahead and no expectations of the things I’d take away, but the depth and scale of the weekend I had will remain with me forever. To transcend my normal life, see this world with different eyes and be released from so many of my past anxieties was an unimaginable experience.