Dhyanalinga Meditative Space
- distilled essence of yogic sciences



“Just sitting silently for a few minutes within the sphere of Dhyanalinga is enough to make even those unaware of meditation experience a state of deep meditativeness.” - Sadhguru


Dhyana in the Sanskrit language, means meditation and linga means form.

The Dhyanalinga is a powerful and unique energy-form, representing the distilled essence of yogic sciences. The Dhyanalinga offers a unique meditative space that does not ascribe to any particular faith or belief system, or require any rituals, prayers, or worship.

With the sculptural reliefs and symbols of Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Jainism, Taoism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Buddhism and Shinto inscribed on a colossal pillar (the Sarva Dharma Sthamba) located at the front entrance, the Dhyanalinga functions as an icon of singularity, bearing a message of universal welcome.

The Dhyanalinga offers a unique set of activities throughout the year aimed at creating and promoting universal values and religious harmony. Daily activities include non-lyrical chants, offered by a talented group of singers, originating from various countries and cultures. These chants allow one to become more receptive to the meditative quality of the space.

As the focal feature of Isha Yoga Center, Dhyanalinga along with the Suryakund and Chandrakund, is rapidly becoming one of the most sought out locations for those seeking to experience and grow in meditation.

For more on Dhyanalinga, visit www.dhyanalinga.org















 
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