Sri Kapilnath is leading a retreat in Costa Rica. Click on the link for more information.
Twilight Yoga in Costa Rica with Sri Kapilnath and Dr. Robert Svoboda at The Sanctuary at Two Rivers in Costa Rica. Nice opportunity to explore this form of meditation with the assistance of specific instructions and Shakti transmission. Om Namah Shivaya.
More information at the website for The Sanctuary at Two Rivers.
Below are a few pictures from Guru Purnima 2015 in Costa Rica.
Guru Purnima 2015. Shri Gurudev Mahendranath Reliquary and Samadhi in Costa Rica.
On March 22 through the 28th I’m leading a retreat at The Sanctuary here in Costa Rica. The event is called Nath Tantrika: Divine Consciousness in Local Space and being presented as a Tantra. All features of this Tantra will be discussed and put into practice on successive days. This is an opportunity to become better acquainted with a simple paradigm and put these key concepts into action through participation in ritual activity and higher yoga.
The four limbs of the Tantra are defined as:
0. The Zonule or Kaula Chakra
1. The Divine Shakti
2. The Mystic Folklore of Shiva/Shakti (The Story)
3. The Bindu (The point where the three Shaktis of Will, Knowledge and Action converge. Iccha, Jnana and Kriya Shakti)
There is still space open for a few individuals. If Mantra and Tantra are of interest to you, then consider signing up and dropping in to explore further.
After 30 years of poking around I finally found that picture of Pagala Baba. Some small tidbits, such as his actual name may be forthcoming, but the translation from Gujarati will take some time. It is of historical interest that Theos Casimir Bernard, who first brought a number of Tibetan Buddhist scriptures to the West, also studied with Pagala Baba. In his writings, Mr. Bernard referred to Pagala Baba as the unnamed adept and his teacher of Hatha Yoga and Tantra. Mr. Bernard was murdered in 1947 and little on his story of “Indian Tantra” ever emerged. I don’t know why Pagala Baba was made anonymous by Mr. Bernard, but I assume that this was Pagala Baba’s demand. Gurudev related that Pagala Baba wasn’t much into being disturbed by the curious, so I’d guess he didn’t want to be distracted by the attention.
Affectionately known as Dadaji, Shri Gurudev Mahendranath was born on April 29th, 1911. Today’s date marks the 100th year of his birth. This birthday finds Dadaji relaxing in Costa Rica at the Alchemical Lounge.
Born in London, Shri Mahendranath was a cosmopolitan and interdimensional traveler all of his life. While his physical body is no longer with us, the Samadhi and reliquary shown here continue to emanate the blessings and Wyrdglow vibrations for which he is so beloved.
Happy Birthday Shri Mahendranath!
One wonders where he may pop up in 2061 …