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Ever wondered when yoga was first discovered? Or who was the first yoga teacher and when was the first yoga class?
Over 15,000 years ago at a time predating all religion, Adiyogi, the first yogi, transmitted the science of yoga to his seven disciples, the Saptarishis.
Today, millions of people on the planet are practicing some form of yoga. This has not happened because of force or conversion, but out of yoga’s sheer efficacy.
Yoga is widely practiced today purely as a form of physical exercise, however yoga is much more than that. It is the technology of taking one’s life energies to the very peak and making the human system a ladder to the divine.
To achieve this, Adiyogi expounded 112 ways through which a person can transcend their limitations and reach their ultimate potential.
Today, we refer to this being as Shiva. But in yoga, Shiva is not seen as a God, but as the Adiyogi or the First Yogi.
Mahashivratri 2017, the Night of Shiva, is one of the biggest and most significant among the festivals of India. The occurrence of a unique planetary alignment on this night causes a natural upsurge of energy in the human system, allowing one to undergo an intense and powerful inner transformation.
A Historic Event
Sadhguru invites you to be part of a moment in history as a unique face of Adiyogi is consecrated at Isha Yoga Center. A towering 112 feet high, this iconic face represents the 112 ways one can attain to one’s ultimate nature.
On Mahashivratri, Sadhguru will share his intimate experience of Adiyogi with the world. Come and bask in the grace of the ultimate. Read more about Mahashivratri 2017 here.
Isha Foundation is a non-religious, not-for-profit, public service organization, which addresses all aspects of human wellbeing. From its powerful programs for inner transformation to its inspiring projects for society and environment, Isha activities are designed to create an inclusive culture that is the basis for global harmony and progress. This approach has gained worldwide recognition and reflects in Isha Foundation's special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations.
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