Can we keep Linga Bhairavi at home?
The Gudi can be kept anywhere in your home or office. It is best if the Gudi lamps is lit at least once a day. Ghee or gingelly/sesame oil can be used for the lamp, along with a cotton wick. To connect with Devi, whenever you wish you can chant 1, 3, 6, 9 or 11 cycles of the Linga Bhairavi Stuti.
Can I wear Linga Bhairavi pendant?
The pendant can be worn with a gold, silver or copper chain/thread of your choice. Silver chain and red thread are available here. Please do not wear any of the Bhairavi pendants with any other metals or materials. The pendant can be worn by anyone of any age.
How can I get Linga Bhairavi Yantra?
Those who wish to bring the Grace of the Linga Bhairavi Yantra into their homes and offices can receive the Yantras as a special offering from Sadhguru. This two day programme includes preparatory sessions and initiation.
How do I clean my Linga Bhairavi pendant?
Once cooled, wash with soap in hot water. Rinse and dry.
Can we do Bhairavi Sadhana during periods?
Both women and men come to worship at the Ma Linga Bhairavi Temple but only women are allowed to enter the inner sanctum and worship the Goddess. Women monks and devotees are also allowed to enter the temple even during menstruation.
Who is Linga Bhairavi Devi?
Linga Bhairavi is an exuberant expression of the Divine Feminine – fierce and compassionate at once. She is a Devi like no other, unique in her manifestation.
Who is Linga Bhairavi Isha?
The Linga Bhairavi Gudi is a miniature consecrated form of Devi designed by Sadhguru. It allows devotees to behold and connect with Linga Bhairavi, whose main abode is at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains in Coimbatore.
Who can wear Dhyanalinga pendant?
anyone of any age group
It can be worn by anyone of any age group.
Can we go to Isha during periods?
Can I go to temple if I have my period?
Women monks and devotees are also allowed to enter the temple even during menstruation. In many parts of India, menstruation is still considered to be impure in the Hindu faith. Women are prohibited from participating in normal life while menstruating.