Vedic Master to Appear in Chicagoland




Avdhoot Shivanand Ji

ShivYog Chicago is hosting Avdhoot Shivanand Ji, a master of ancient Vedic practices and recognized worldwide yogi scientist, who will be leading three deep meditation and healing events near Chicago. On July 14, he will conduct the Advanced Durga Saptashati, a sacred practice of celestial sounds. This is a sacred meditation for good health, peace of mind, prosperity, success, goal achievements and dynamism in life through the chanting of powerful mantras.

      From July 15 through 17 comes the Shiv Yog Cosmic Healing, a powerful process of higher dimensions. With the empowerment and activation of the third eye by Ji, seekers are able to obtain improved health and spiritual growth (youtu.be/WyiXx4tzFlc).

      From July 20 through 25 at the Shiv Yog Intensive Advait Sri Vidya Meditation Level 1, 2 and 3: he will teach the long-kept secret meditation of spiritual and worldly success. Through practicing this deep meditation, seekers are able to remove karmic influences that block success and growth and are able to live a more fruitful life
(youtu.be/N4pMuC4Lna8).

      Additional events will be held across the U.S. in the following cities: Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Orlando, New York, San Jose and Virginia. For more information, visit ShivYogGlobal.com/usa.

Admission is free for the Jul.14 event. Register (required) at ShivYogGlobal.com/usa/Chicago. For locations and more information, call Vasanti Bhatt at 847-598-0727, Apurva Bhatt at 847-903-5841 or email ShivYog.Chicago@gmail.com

 

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