"Devotion is a tool to dissolve yourself into nothingness and become the very hand of the Divine." - Sadhguru
The Shivanga Sadhana for Ladies is an opportunity to bring forth devotion from within. The 21-day vratam starts during early Uttarayana, when the sun’s run shifts to the Northern Hemisphere, a time conducive for spiritual receptivity. The sadhana period culminates at the abode of Linga Bhairavi on the auspicious day of Thaipusam (the full moon day in the lunar month of Thai), which also marks the anniversary of the Devi’s consecration. Through special sadhana, discipline and offerings, one becomes receptive to the Grace of Linga Bhairavi. Whatever one’s aspirations may be - health, wealth, passion, knowledge or transcendence - the Devi is the Ultimate Giver of all that and more.on. Through special sadhana, discipline and offerings, one becomes receptive to the Grace of Linga Bhairavi. Whatever one’s aspirations may be - health, wealth, passion, knowledge or transcendence - the Devi is the Ultimate Giver of all that and more.
- Shivanga Sadhana for Ladies is an intense 21-day process to bring forth devotion from within.
- Ladies Sadhana culminates at the abode of Linga Bhairavi in Coimbatore on the auspicious day of Thaipusam.
- Sadhakas receive the Grace of Devi through special practices, discipline and offerings.
- The initiation will take place in several cities in India and abroad.
Initiation Date: January 18, 2020
Culmination Date: February 8, 2020
- Shivangas will be initiated into powerful chanting and the Devi Dandam.
- Sadhana should be done with devotion three times a day.
- It is mandatory for the Shivangas to be at the Linga Bhairavi in Coimbatore on Thaipusam day.
- Shower/bath should be taken twice a day. Herbal bathing powder (snanam podi)should be used instead of soap.
- During the period of the 21-day vrata, smoking, consuming alcohol and eating non-vegetarian food is not allowed.
- Only 2 meal should be had during the day. The first meal should be after 12 noon.
- Whites or light color clothing should preferably be worn during the Sadhana period.
How to get there
The Linga Bhairavi is situated 30 kilometers (20 miles) west of Coimbatore at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains, part of the Nilgiris Biosphere. Coimbatore, a major industrial city in southern India, is well connected by air, rail and road. Major airlines operate regular flights to Coimbatore from Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. Train services are available from all major cities in India. Regular bus and taxi services are also available from Coimbatore to Linga Bhairavi.
Direct Buses are available Daily between Coimbatore & Linga Bhairavi: View the Bus Time Table
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Driving Directions Take the Perur/Siruvani Road through Ukkadam from Coimbatore. Drive past Alandurai and turn right at Irutupallam junction. The Linga Bhairavi is another 8 km from the junction (Irutupallam) and about 2 km before Poondi Temple along this road. Signboards giving directions to the Linga Bhairavi can be found en route.
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For two years now I have been observing this process and every time I do it, I feel enveloped by the Grace of Devi. The sadhana has also allowed me to embrace people and also inculcate a strong sense of determination to break barriers. I am extremely grateful to Sadhguru for this tremendous experience.
During the Devi Sadhana, Her Grace supported me not just in daily activities but also in my practices and sadhana. The energy space around me felt like She was present all the time, sharing like a friend, protecting like a mother and guiding me always.
This is my first time doing the sadhana and it is a very beautiful experience.I feel closer to Devi, I don't know what that exactly means, but somehow it’s different now. We have a yantra at home, but after doing the sadhana, it feels totally different.
This is the fifth year of my Shivanga Sadhana. Every year I find it very different from what I am before the sadhana and after the sadhana. Every time She breaks my limitations and I get connected to Her in a much different way from what I expected.