“Bond of Grace is a Bond for Life.” – Sadhguru
Saturday, 18th of March 2023
Bond of Grace, formerly Mahima Yantra in the US and Nanmai Uruvam in India, is a consecrated form that has been placed in the sphere of the Dhyanalinga to imbibe its energies.
Ishanga 7% Partners have an opportunity to participate in an exclusive online program called “Sadhguru Offers Bond of Grace.” In this online program, you will be initiated into a powerful process to be practiced every day to enhance your connection with grace.
This program is a unique opportunity to be initiated into a simple daily practice which enhances your connection to Grace and is offered exclusively to Ishanga 7% partners.
You will need the Bond of Grace Copper Form (earlier known as Nanmai Uruvam) for both the daily practice and to participate in the program.
Saturday, 18th of March 2023
Ishanga 7% Partners are not required to have the consecrated form or participate in this ceremony to be available to Grace. However those who need or prefer the support of a consecrated form can register for the upcoming ceremony.
The Bond of Grace Yantra is a consecrated form made of copper and is placed in the sphere of the Dhyanalinga to imbibe its energies. Ishanga 7% partners can be initiated into a sacred process by Sadhguru through the Bond of Grace Yantra Ceremony.
Yes, what was formerly Mahima Yantra in the US and Nanmai Uruvam in India is now referred to as Bond of Grace Yantra.
We are now offering the Nanmai Uruvam form in the Americas as well, so the same energy form is now offered globally.
Receiving the yantra is optional and not mandatory. You can remain an Ishanga 7% partner and contribute even without getting initiated into the yantra process. The sanctity and commitment of the Ishanga 7% program remains irrespective of the yantra. However, some may find it easier to connect with an energy form. On the other hand, some may opt out of receiving the yantra due to their lifestyle or other considerations (frequent travelers, unavoidable time constraints, already have other yantras, space constraints, family/business partners may not be ready, etc.).
Yes, there is a daily 10-minute process for this yantra. The process and instructions will be communicated to you during the yantra ceremony.
If you are traveling for longer than 10 days, you can take the yantra with you. It is small enough and weighs about 2 lbs. We recommend keeping it in your carry-on luggage. It won’t be touched or mishandled if you explain that it is a spiritual item. Alternatively, a blood relative or your partner can take care of the yantra. If you do not have anyone to take care of it, cover it with an off-white 100% cotton or silk cloth while you are away.
You can keep the yantra in any room at home, as long as its sanctity is maintained. You can sleep in the same room as the yantra. It can be in the same room as the Devi Yantra or Sannidhi.
Since the beginning of 2021, the Bond of Grace yantra ceremony has been offered online and may be offered more than once a year.