Sheshnaag Yoga Centre
Sheshnaag Yoga Centre teaches and encourages the Yoga of Self Knowledge (Atmajnana)
The primary goal is to create an atmosphere where the environment, information and people within it provide individuals with the opportunity to work towards the realisation and direct experience of the most subtle nature of the human mind body framework.
Jnana Yoga utilises a focused mind to achieve intuitive insight into the various dimensions of being.
As a representative of Yoga I can teach Integral Yoga, Hatha Yoga or several other types. I personally do not want to spread myself too thin and partially focus on attempting to teach too many forms. I would be doing an injustice to myself, to you as a student and the integrity that Yoga is meant to represent.
My innate constitution and who I am as a person is aligned with the path of Yoga that achieves deep insight through intuitive perception, being Jnana Yoga.
There are many types of Yoga and the way I see it is for you as a person is to understand your own innate elemental constitution, your emotional tendencies and your psychological predispositions, then apply the Yoga that is suited to you.
Regarding the teaching of Patanjali: the first four stages of the yogic path certainly have their place and value. These stages are termed Yama, Niyama, Asana and Pranayama. According to the teachings of Patanjali, Jnana Yoga involves the fifth, sixth and seventh stages of the yogic path to achieve the eighth These stages are termed Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi.
Sheshnaag Yoga Centre will focus on providing the opportunity for individuals to study themselves, Yogic physiology, psychology and philosophy in the hope that they may come to understand themselves better.
Sheshnaag Yoga Centre aims to provide a welcoming place where people of all constitutions and beliefs can come together and celebrate the unity of life.
During the next twenty years omdevaji aims to build and complete a specialised Yoga Centre and Sanskrit Museum.
Sheshnaag is dedicated to the Goddess Kundalini, the Sanskrit Alphabet and the Naga Baba
Sheshnaag is focused on perpetuating the teachings of Yoga.
Progress at the moment is slow but ongoing.
Ganesh. We have a dwelling on site that will one day become family holiday accommodation or dormitory style in the form of ‘Self contained accommodation with two or three bedrooms.
Sheshnaag is the main building. Planning approval was given mid May 2012. Building approval is being sought now. Within Sheshnaag there is two accommodation rooms, Shiva and Shakti. The bottom floor of Sheshnaag will predominantly house the family whilst the upper floor will be used for Bed and Breakfast purposes.
Shiva Temple. A nine by nine metre structure is to be built as a Shiva Temple/Sheshnaag Mandir. It will include a Shiva Linga and the Sanskrit Alphabet will be inscribed fifty times on the ceiling.
The project is so massive and ambitious that it needs to be built in stages.
Here is the progress so far.
- Stage 1: Ganesh. Built
- Stage 2: Shiva Temple, Excavation and Tiered Garden Bed
- Stage 3: Sheshnaag foundation
- Stage 4: Sheshnaag lower floor
- Stage 5: Sheshnaag upper floor
- Stage 6: Completion.