What is MahaShivaratri
Mahashivaratri literally means “the great night of Shiva” and is the most auspicious day in the Indian calendar. It is even more dear to the yogis as it was Shiva who propounded the great wisdom of yoga. It is always a new moon as these are typically Shiva-ratri’s or nights of Shiva.
In 2018, Mahashivaratri falls on Tuesday the 13th of February.
February 13th: As always, we will celebrate this evening at Spanda School with meditations and a special event. Anyone is welcome to join. It is free. You can read about this celebration HERE.
Community Tapas Evening
January 23rd 730pm : In the lead up to this evening, everyone is invited to join the community in a 21 day tapas/sadhana. A tapas is a set of practices that will be preformed each day for 21 days starting on the 23rd of January. This is also free.
January 23rd 730pm : We will meet at the school to learn about the tapas, how it actually works, and what level we would like to participate in.
We will do the first practice together and then continue on our own for 21days, ending on the great Mahashivaratri where we will come together again.