Dhyanalinga Yogic Temple is a space for meditation and strict silence is maintained in the premises of the Temple.
The Temple is open to all from 6 am to 8 pm everyday. It is located 30 kms west of Coimbatore in the Isha Yoga Center at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains. Coimbatore, a major industrial city in South India, is well connected by air, rail and road. more ~>
Naadha Aaradhana is a unique offering of sounds that takes place twice a day from 11:50 am to 12:10 pm and 5:50 pm to 6:10 pm. This etheric blend of flowing vocals, singing bowls, drums and other instruments enables one to be more receptive to the energies of the Dhyanalinga.
Aumkara Diksha is an opportunity for visitors to the Temple to be initiated into the timeless AUM meditation. This simple meditation when practiced regularly can help strengthen one's physical and mental composition and bring about tremendous balance and well being. The process is offered to the public daily from 12:30 pm to 1:10 pm.
Pancha Bhuta Aradhana: The basis of all creation, including the physical body, are the five elements. The wellbeing of the body and mind can be determined by purifying the five elements within the human system. This process also shapes the body to become a stepping stone towards one's ultimate wellbeing rather than being a hurdle. There is a whole system of yoga called bhuta shuddhi, meaning purification of the elements. more ~>
Amavasya and Pournami Days: In the yogic tradition, Amavasya (New Moon) and Pournami (Full Moon) days are held as particularly conducive for the spiritual seeker. Any sadhana (spiritual practice) performed on these days is understood to have a greater impact on the human system.
On these days, visitors are invited to make personal offerings of Ksheera (milk) or Jala (water) to the Dhyanalinga. Ksheera is offered from 6:30 am to 1:00 pm and Jala from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
As the energies of the new moon are especially conducive for men, the temple is open for men to meditate up to 1:00 am on Amavasya nights, and similarly, as the full moon vibrations are particularly conducive for women, the temple is open up to 1:00 am for women on Pournami nights.
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Mahashivarathri Festival is celebrated each year in the form of a nightlong Sathsang featuring explosive meditations interspersed with lively and colorful cultural events that are held in the presence of Sadhguru. This special evening presents a sadhaka with a powerful situation to make use of the unique planetary positions on that day to evolve into higher levels of consciousness. more ~>
Offerings: Visitors can make an offering of the daily Mala (flower garland) to adorn the Dhyanalinga on a day of their choice. The date may be reserved in advance at the Temple Reception desk. Visitors can also offer flowers, incense, and oil for the lamps, or contribute towards distribution of prasadam (sweet offering) on weekends.
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