This is a day and time of receptivity, Grace, enlightenment, and ultimate liberation. May you be inspired for the highest. –Sadhguru
Thaipusam, which takes place on the first full moon after the winter solstice, is traditionally seen as a day of auspiciousness and grace, which a person can make use of for their wellbeing. This day is also known as “Dhanya Purnima”, which means a full moon of fulfillment. It is a day when many siddhas, seers and Yogis chose to leave their body and attain to their ultimate nature.
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The most exciting part of the sadhana for me is the Mulapari yatra on Thaipusam. On this day, Bhairavi is dressed in rich green grass like the mother earth. The Devi procession fills the air with intense emotions of devotion, happiness, joy, bliss, love, and drumbeats. This yatra has been an immense opportunity for me to break my limitations.
On Thaipusam, I participated in the 15-km barefoot Devi yatra. I walked balancing the Mulapari all the way on my head while chanting the Devi Stuti. I never knew that I had it in me to walk the entire stretch with such ease. It was the flood of devotion that carried me.