Special Retreat: Mantra after Initiation / Your Next Steps After Mantra Diksha (retreat for initiates)
This is a rotating program and will be given on the following dates.
29 September – 5 October 2019
This special retreat is offered especially for those who have previously visited Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama (SRSG), perhaps once or on several occasions, and who have had the basic lessons and have also received initiation into a personal mantra.
Now, the fundamental questions remain:
how to refine our meditation practice after initiation,
how to deepen and refine the use of one’s personal diksha mantra and,
how does one progress towards the next steps.
All those will be skilfully and systematically approached by the qualified retreat guide. Come attend this week long retreat and give yourself the opportunity to advance your practice to the next levels of depth in your journey towards the center of consciousness.
“The mantra in meditation is that thought which replaces the knife cutting edge of all rational and emotional associations so that the mind may come to a center.” - Swami Veda Bharati
Raghavendra Adiga: Raghavendra is an engineering graduate from Bangalore University. He was in business by profession and taught martial art (karate) for many years. He met Gurudeva Swami Rama in June, 1995, and had some basic guidance in meditation. He received initiation by Swami Veda Bharati in December 1996. Then, onwards, he started teaching yoga and meditation according to the Tradition. He received training and became a mantra initiator in 2008. He visited and taught yoga meditation in Denmark and South Korea. Raghavendra lives in Tumkur, South India, and travels to Rishikesh, Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama ashram, regularly to teach and practice further.
Mantra initiation in the Himalayan Tradition
Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama (SRSG) in Rishikesh, India