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Siddha Yoga is a spiritually-oriented practice that seeks an inner mystical experience of oneness with God. Through chanting, Meditation, service, spiritual contemplation, and hatha yoga postures, Siddha Yoga practitioners seek to heighten awareness of the divine and to develop virtues such as love, detachment, and generosity. Practicing within a community of spiritual seekers is considered to enhance the effect of the practices.
What to expect
Siddha Yoga practices involve a range of techniques for experiencing one's spiritual nature, from meditation to hatha yoga postures to chanting to acts of selfless service. Community is an important aspect of Siddha Yoga, and students regularly engage in retreats to study and practice together.
Sri Kagapujandar built upon ancient yogic and spiritual practices to develop Siddha Yoga.