Dhyanalingam - Abhishekam on Amavasya and Pournami days
Set amidst the dense forests at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains on the outskirts of Coimbatore, is the Dhyanalinga Yogic Temple. Created by the spiritual leader Satguru Jaggi Vasudev , it embodies the distilled essence of yogic science. Dhyanalinga was consecrated by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, after three years of intense process of prana prathista. Measuring 13' 9", Dhyanalinga is the largest mercury based live linga in the world. In the metaphysical sense, Dhyanalinga is a guru, an energy center of tremendous proportions. All the aspects of life are enshrined in the form of seven chakras energized to the very peak and locked. A doorway to enlightenment and spiritual liberation, Dhyanalinga offers a sadhaka ² the opportunity to perform sadhana ³ in utmost intimacy with a live guru, - an opportunity which is traditionally available to a select few. There is a natural upsurge of energies in the human body on Amavasya and Pournami days. As a result, in Indian tradition, Amavasya (New Moon) and Pournami (Full Moon) days are held as special days for the spiritual seeker. Any sadhana performed on these days has a greater impact on the body and mind. When people see something as a higher possibility, when it touches them deeply, they naturally want to offer something, in that state of offering a person is more receptive to what is available there. Twice a month visitors are accorded the rare privilege and honor of personally making an offering of Ksheera (milk) or Jala (water) upon the Dhyanalinga. Ksheera is offered from 6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Jala from 12:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. As the Amavasya vibrations are especially conducive for men, the temple is open for them to meditate up to 1:00 a.m. on Amavasya nights, and similarly, as the Pournami vibrations are particularly conducive for women, the temple remains open up to 1:00 a.m. for them on Pournami nights. Parihara.com brings you a golden opportunity to offer Jalam and Ksheera to the holy Dhyanalingam on Amavasya and Pournami days. The prasadam box will contain a small vial of water from the abhishekam or teertham, thiruneeru (sacred ash), photo of the Dhyanalingam. Book your puja in advance for the forthcoming Amavasya and Pournami.