Bhairavi Sadhana is an opportunity to bring forth devotion from within.
The sadhana starts during early Uttarayana, when the sun’s run shifts to the northern hemisphere, a time conducive for spiritual receptivity.
Initiation is on the same day for both ladies and gents. However, for ladies, the sadhana culminates on Thaipusam (the full moon day in the lunar month of Thai) and for gents on Thai Amavasya (the new moon day in the lunar month of Thai).
Culmination for Ladies: 18 Jan 2022
Culmination for Gents: 31 Jan 2022
Whatever one’s aspirations may be - health, wealth, knowledge or transcendence - Devi is the Ultimate Giver of all that and more.
Intense process to enhance one’s receptivity
Receive the grace of Devi through special practices, discipline & offerings
Online initiation and culmination from the comfort of your home
Step 1: Register for this Sadhana.
Step 2: Watch the Initiation Orientation Video prior to initiation day. (It will be sent to you by email once you register.)
Step 3: Attend the Online Initiation Session on 28 December 2021. (Time and Web Link to join will be sent to you via email.)
Step 4: Go through the Sadhana as per guidelines for the given duration.
Step 5: Watch Culmination Orientation Video prior to the culmination day. (It will be sent to you by email once you register.)
Step 6: Attend the Online Culmination Session on 18 Jan (Ladies), 31 Jan (Gents).
Bhairavi Sadhana kit (order at Isha Life) will include:
You need to wear a Devi pendant (existing or new). If you need one, it can be purchased at Isha Life.
Lamp (sesame oil, ghee, castor oil are best, otherwise any other vegetable oil available) or candle (preferably beeswax)
Green gram or black Sesame for daily offering
If you wish, you can keep a red cloth under the Devi photo, preferably cotton.
Additional items needed for your Sadhana:
Karpooravalli (Mexican mint/Cuban oregano). If not available, you can use Neem leaves (or neem powder)
White or light-colored clothing
Green gram sprouts
Herbal bathing powder or green gram powder. (You can find details of how to prepare it at home in the FAQ section.)
It is essential to have all these items ready before the initiation day. Details on how to use them will be shared with you on initiation day.
Instructions will be given during the initiation session. However, things to keep in mind during the Sadhana:
Bathing twice a day using herbal bathing powder (no use of chemical-based products)
No alcohol consumption
No eating non-vegetarian food
Only 2 meals in a day. The first meal should be after 12 noon.
White or light-colored clothing should preferably be worn.
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.