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Party With Sadhguru On The Night Of Mahashivratri


Isha Foundation will celebrate its 27th Mahashivratri
event on March 12, from 1:30 a.m – 1:30 p.m (NZDT). The
event will be live-streamed at isha.sadhguru.org/msr and
across major TV channels in India. Mahashivratri is an
exuberant night-long festival at the Isha Yoga Center, with
explosive meditations and spectacular musical performances
by renowned artists, attracting a few million
people. 

The event will be streamed via LIVE
satellite feeds in English and 11 Indian languages. Sadhguru
will be present throughout the night, conducting guided
meditations, including a powerful midnight meditation and
Satsang.

Mahashivratri is one of the largest and most
significant sacred festival nights in India. This – the
darkest night of the year – celebrates the Grace of Shiva,
considered to be the Adi Guru or the First Guru, from whom
the yogic tradition originates. The night’s planetary
positions are such that there is a powerful natural upsurge
of energy in the human system. 

It is extremely
beneficial for one’s physical and spiritual well-being to
remain awake and conscious in a vertical position throughout
the night. Mahashivratri offers us a unique opportunity to
make use of the forces of nature for our well-being and can
be enhanced by Mahashivratri sadhana, a preparation for
Mahashivratri.

Register for the Livestream and join
Sadhguru and other prominent celebrities for an all-night
party with the divine that includes:

  • Explosive
    guided meditations accompanied by Dance and
    Music
  • Nightlong Satsang with
    Sadhguru
  • Musical performances by eminent
    artists
  • Bask in the Grace of Shiva, The
    AdiYogi!

In
the Grace of Yoga
with Sadhguru during Mahashivratri is
a unique online program offering powerful yogic processes to
cleanse and master the five elements within you for ultimate
health and well-being. Register today! To get a glimpse of
previous Mahashivratri celebrations click here
and for Maha Annadanam, please click here.

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