Collective Consciousness & The Power of Group Practice

Collective Consciousness & The Power of Group Practice

Ishan Tigunait | December 17, 2017

Year Long Meditation

Would you like to find a connection to a source of unending nurturance and guidance? Are you looking to accelerate your personal evolution? And do you wish to share the benefits of your spiritual practice by actively and positively transforming the world?

If so, you’re in good company. The sages of the past shared this desire, and dedicated their lives to fulfilling it by unveiling the mystery of collective consciousness. As they discovered, tapping into collective consciousness is the key to infusing our personal practice with shakti (the power of creative intelligence and dynamic will), empowering us to create a vibrant reality of our choice.

Learn about the quintessential group practices of yajna (tantric rituals centered around the sacred fire) and akhanda japa (unbroken group meditation), and prepare yourself to undertake practice that will transform yourself—and the world!

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Length: 1 hr, 20 mins

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Source: Livestream recorded live at the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA on December 17, 2017.

About the Presenter

Ishan Tigunait

Growing up at the Himalayan Institute, Ishan Tigunait received his first spiritual lessons from Swami Rama of the Himalayas, and has continued his spiritual education for the past 30 years under the guidance of his father, Pandit Rajmani Tigunait. Ishan serves as Executive Director of the Himalayan Institute and Chairman of Yoga International, and has been a driving force for the Himalayan Institute's humanitarian projects in Africa over the past decade. He also serves as Managing Director of Himalayan Institute India, and spearheaded the establishment of the Institute's newest campus in Khajuraho, India. Ishan's passion is sharing modern reflections on the ancient wisdom of the yogic and tantric traditions. As a Himalayan Institute faculty member, he leads the Institute's Yogi Living program as well as annual pilgrimages to India and the Himalayas. Holding a degree in computer engineering, Ishan worked for IBM before returning to the Himalayan Institute in 2006. He is an avid social entrepreneur, and is committed to sharing the transformational power of yoga to unleash our full potential.