Experience The Presence Of Adiyogi, The First Yogi With An

Energised Rudraksha Bead

Receive an energized Rudraksha at your home for FREE.

Get initiated into a simple Diksha (sadhana) by Sadhguru for your wellbeing and enhance your receptivity to Shiva’s grace.

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Who can receive the Rudraksha Diksha?

Anyone who wishes to receive it

Benefits of Rudraksha

Supports your physical and mental balance
Enhances your health
Assists in meditation
Cleanses your aura
Shields you against negative energies

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What is Rudraksha Diksha?

The Sanskrit word “Rudraksha” literally means “Tears of Shiva”In the yogic culture, Shiva is known as the Adiyogi or the first yogi – the originator of yoga.

Rudraksha Diksha includes receiving an energized Rudraksha bead and initiation into a powerful process by Sadhguru. 

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    Rudraksha Diksha Offerings


    Receive these four unique offerings that will support your overall wellbeing.


    Provides a plethora of physical, mental and spiritual benefits to those who wear it

    Isha Vibhuti

    Sacred ash consecrated in the presence of Dhyanalinga temple

    Abhaya Sutra

    Specially consecrated thread which is supportive in fulfilling one’s ambitions and removing fear

    Adiyogi Image

    A powerful inspiration and reminder for humanity that “In is the only way Out”.

    Guidelines on how to make use of each of these will be sent along with the offerings.

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    The Legend of Rudraksha


    Rudra means Shiva, aksha means teardrops. Rudraksha are the teardrops of Shiva. Shiva is known as the Adiyogi or the first yogi. The legend goes that once Shiva sat for meditation for a long period of time. His ecstasy was such that it made him absolutely still, unmoving. He seemingly did not even breathe, and everyone thought he was dead. There was only one sign of life - the tears of ecstasy that dribbled from his eyes. These teardrops fell upon the earth and became Rudraksha, “Shiva’s tears.”

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