Being touched by this energy, being touched by this Grace, being touched by the power of what is there at Kailash can transform a human being forever.
"Neither pictures nor words can convey the experience of the journey to Kailash and Manasarovar and the magnificence of the surrounding mountains. They reminded me of how insignificant I was in comparison to their daunting size and ruggedness. I could feel the energy of the environment during the entire trip.
The vision of Mount Kailash is still there before me, every time I close my eyes. There is something that has touched me at the deepest level, something which is beyond my understanding. But I know that I want to go there again and again and experience that space, that energy, and be graced by the immensity of Kailash . The journey has changed my life forever; I am grateful to Sadhguru for giving me this opportunity."
– Parul Shah, Isha Sacred Walks participant, Pune
Kailash Manasarovar is probably the most significant of all pilgrimages and is considered by many as the highest point of their life’s experience. Considered the spiritual center of the Universe by five religions – Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, and Bon – sacred Mount Kailash and ethereal Lake Manasarovar are the subjects of innumerable myths and legends. Adiyogi Shiva, Buddha, the Jain Theerthankars, all have played a part in imparting a divine mystique to this place.
Isha Sacred Walks are journeys to places of divine connection, where the veil between the physical and spiritual is thin. Guided and enveloped by intense meditation processes, sathsangs and chants, Sacred Walks is not just a journey; it is an intense expression of man’s search for ultimate freedom. Isha offers this program not as a tour, but as a possibility for deep spiritual transformation. Imbibing the overwhelming power, energy and grace of these sacred spaces opens one up to higher dimensions of life – more so when the guidance of a realized Master illuminates every step.
Registration for the Isha Sacred Walks to Kailash and Manasarovar is now open. Starting in July, there will be five different batches, with medium of communication available separately in English and Tamil. Please visit our site www.sacredwalks.org for more information.