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Foundation stone ceremony for Kalabhairava Mantapam held near Isha Yoga Center

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Coimbatore : On the rare and auspicious celestial happening of Somavati Amavasya, the foundation stone ceremony for the Kalabhairava
Mantapam was held yesterday at the Isha Yoga Center.

The Mantapam will be located near the Malai Vasal entrance of the Center and the ceremony was streamed live for audience around the world. It was not open to public in view of the ongoing Covid19 pandemic.

In his brief message on the significance of Kalabhairava said, Isha Foundation Founeder, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev said “Kala means both time and space, the two fundamental aspects of our very existence. Only to what extent, either
consciously or unconsciously, one has a certain amount of access and mastery over these two elements will determine how profound and how impactful a life that one is.”

He said Kalabhairava “will serve both the living and the dead” adding that the process is very relevant to the contemporary global situation

“Especially at a time like this when there is a pandemic and mortality blatantly hanging in our face, Kalabhairava is very relevant and meaningful because the foil of life is death.

It’s very important to understand life dances upon the stage of death. May your dance continue with utmost vigour and also when it is time, let us know how to pass with a very profound experience of transition,” he said.

Somavati Amavasya, a rare and auspicious celestial happening was “an ideal time
to establish an energy and a force like Kalabhairava, he said.

“The Kalabhairva consecration, will in many ways complete the consecration processes that have been happening for over 25 years now at the Isha Yoga Center, the spiritual leader said.

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