Adiyogi Statue, 2.5 ft (Consecrated)
“Adiyogi is a reminder that you can be involved with everything in the universe and still be absolutely above it.” – Sadhguru
Sadhguru consecrated The First The Adiyogi: The Abode of Yoga at the Isha Yoga Center through a powerful yogic process of Prana Pratishtha on September 23rd, 2015. The Abode of Yoga is a powerful energy source designed for anyone to enhance their well-being. Simply sitting within the Abode allows one to reach an elevated state of consciousness and to know yoga as an inner experience beyond mere knowledge, philosophy, or technique.
The Adiyogi at the Isha Yoga Center measures 112 ft, symbolizing the 112 possibilities to attain liberation. A second 21-ft Adiyogi resides at the Isha Institute for Inner Sciences in McMinnville, Tennessee.
This 2.5 ft Adiyogi statue is the exact replica of the 112ft bust of the Adiyogi from the Isha Yoga Center. Adorned by a Rudraksha mala with consecrated beads, this elegant black statue, hides within it, a consecrated linga at its base. Needing no rituals or processes, this bust statue provides an opportunity to be available to the grace of the Adiyogi in the comfort of your own home.
Each statue is consecrated to create certain reverberation in your home or office. The statue will be a powerful reminder of the higher possibilities within a human being and orient oneself towards that goal. Unlike other consecrated yantra offered by Sadhguru, the 2.5 ft statues do not require any special upkeep, practice or process.
The Adiyogi Statue total cost is $10,000 in which $3,000 will be fully tax-deductible in the US.
The Bust : The bust of the statue is made of die cast aluminum, which makes it sturdy.
The Accessories : The crescent moon, the earrings and the serpent around the Adiyogi’s neck are made of copper, which gives the statue an elegant appeal
The Rudraksha Mala : The beads of the Rudraksha Mala worn by the Adiyogi are consecrated in Dhyanalinga
The Base : The wooden base includes a consecrated linga and an exquisite copper inscription of the Adiyogi.
The statue with wooden base is approximately 148 lbs and measures 36'' x 20'' x 27''.
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