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Weekend Shaktipat Meditation & Blessing Retreat
February 1-3, 2019. @Nileshwar Shaktipat Meditation, Wellness & Spiritual Retreat Center, Youngstown, OH.

Friday – 7-9pm
Saturday – 9:45am – 5pm
Sunday – 9:45am – 3pm

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Lose yourself in the ocean of Bliss that is the highest power – The Shiva-Shakti Power! This weekend Shaktipat Blessing meditation retreat falls on the very auspicious occasion of Mahashivaratri. Mahashivaratri is the annual celebration of Lord Shiva. It is a time that is charged with spiritual energy and Divine Love. During this time, everyone can make great strides in their spiritual transformation. 

Shaktipat Meditation & Blessing Retreat

In this 2.5-day Shaktipat Blessing Intensive, Sadguru Kedarji’s Shaktipat Blessing will be given. We will examine the instruction of Lord Shiva elucidated in the great sacred texts of the Shaiva Agamas. Sadguru Kedarji and certified teachers of our school will lead all sections of this intensive with insightful talks, experience shares and the offering of methods that have been proved to invoke the experience of Inner Peace and Joy, by making the restless mind quiet. Sadguru Kedarji will be present to offer the gift of Shaktipat.

There will be extended periods of contemplation, meditation and chanting during this weekend Shaktipat Blessing retreat. In the second, full day of this weekend meditation retreat, you will also get a glimpse of what is in store for you in The Exceptional Learning Series of courses. Lose yourself in the ocean of Bliss that is Shiva Consciousness! 


This weekend Shaktipat meditation retreat will take place at Nileshwar Shaktipat Meditation, Wellness & Spiritual Retreat Center, 841 Boardman-Canfield Rd., Suite 302, Youngstown (Boardman), Ohio 44512. **This location is handicapped accessible.

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If you want to enroll someone under the age of 18, contact us.

**View a Free online video to experience and learn more about our Shaktipat Meditation Retreat and Sadguru Kedarji’s Shaktipat Blessing.

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