Maha Shivaratri Fire Ceremony
We would love to invite you to join us for a fire ceremony on one of the most auspicious days of the year.
Maha Shivaratri is a cosmic opening when Shiva wakes from his meditation for one night to bless his devotees.
One of the most powerful ways to connect with Shiva during this time is using the fire element.
A sacred fire ceremony (yagnyam) utilizes mantras along with the fire element to create high, divine vibrations that will wash out negativity’s and purify the illusions around your soul. This is a healing and enlightenment technology almost every yogi and saint has used since time immemorial.
Our yagyams are led by Ramakrishna who lived in India for 15 years studying advanced esoteric yogic techniques from a divine master and yogi, Sri Kaleshwar.
We hope you can join us on this most auspicious day!
Our fire ceremonies are free and open to all. The suggested donation of $20 helps to cover the expenses of the pujas and includes a coconut to offer to the fire with your prayers during the ceremony.
To learn more, click here: www.paramashiva.org/join-in-person
Ramakrishna teaching at Vashista Goa in Rishikesh, India
Ramakrishna spent 15 years living in India and studying at the feet of an enlightened master, Swami Kaleshwar. Sri Kaleshwar’s life mission was to release the top ancient knowledge that has been alive for thousands of years but kept hidden, being passed to only one or perhaps two students through a continuous lineage.
Sri Kaleshwar said we are now entering the darkest part of the darkest age of humanity and that this needed knowledge belongs to humanity as a whole, not a select few.
Through sharing what he has learned Ramakrishna’s ambition is the same as Sri Kaleshwar’s: To spread this knowledge to help the world and to create spiritual masters, not students.
He offers online weekly satsangs, apprenticeship programs, spiritual counseling, power journeys to India, and in-person retreats at the center in Blanco, TX.
To learn more about the Paramashiva Healing & Enlightenment channels, please visit www.paramashiva.org