No meditation is considered complete without the blessings of lord Shiva the Maha-deva – often considered “the greatest of gods” within Indian Tradition.
Shiva is honored in a variety of ways, is given many names, and appears in many forms. One of these forms is Sada Shiva, the one who is always auspicious and pure.
The most auspicious day and night for us to celebrate Lord Shiva is arriving once more: Mahashivratri. We are encouraged to spend this day and night in prayer, fasting, and meditation.
Since Shiva represents themes of meditation and the innermost self, we can honor the Mahesha by gathering together in meditation and mantra sadhana on the day of MahaShivaratri.
During this 2 hour workshop we will join together to chant the sacred mantras for Lord Shiva such as the mahamrityunjaya mantra and Om Namah Shivaya. There will also be a sharing of famous stories about Lord Shiva.