In-Depth Yogic Travel: Pilgrimage @India
Under the guidance of Kriya Yoga Acharya Ishwarananda, a pilgrimage for Kriya Yoga students to Badrinath will take place in June.
Yogic pilgrimages with Acharya Ishwarananda have taken place since 2001. The main reason to visit India is because of the legacy that has been preserved there uninterrupted for thousands of years – the ancient knowledge of man, nature, the universe and its laws. For a student, a pilgrimage is an opportunity to test the skills they have learned, to develop and adjust the ability to master consciousness, and to gain life-changing experiences and knowledge.
Travel destination in June 2020
Badrinath is a small town in the Himalayan Mountains, 3300 m above sea level, 25 km from the Tibetan border. It is considered a holy city and is also associated with the life and realization of Kriya Babaji, where Kriya Babaji ashram is established. Guided group meditations and practices are part of the daily program.
The Kriya Babaji ashram is in an area where only ashrams, but no vehicles are allowed, one kilometer from the nearest road. It is on a gentle slope, facing east, just below the steep path that rises to the base of Mt. Neelakantan. It has a panoramic view of the valley of Badrinath. A waterfall is just to the south. At an altitude of 10,300 feet (3,140 meters), it is surrounded by snow capped mountains rising to 23,000 feet (7,010 meters).
In addition various points of interest will be visited: such as Vasudhara Waterfalls, Vyasa Gufa Cave, Neelakantan Peak, Badrinath Temple, and hot springs. To prevent altitude sickness, we spend a few days going and coming in Haridwar.
Max group size: 40 people (the 2020 group is full)
Contact: +372 5348 6487 (Reet Rehtsalu)
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