Shaktipat Initiation

Shaktipat is an ancient Vedic science which means descent of grace. A being with an Awakened Kundalini acts as a channel for the transmission of the cosmic spiritual energy into the aspirant, initiating their own inherent flow. It is a holistic system for awakening and guiding the Kundalini energy to rise. The attunement sets a chain reaction in flowering of consciousness, it clears blocks which limit our emotional, mental and energetic perception. This dissolves conditioning of the bodymind through spontaneous inner Yoga. Accelerates healing on all levels of body, mind and soul. Effortlessly attunes you to the natural state of samadhi, Non dual bliss of Being.

Darshan & Guidance

Guidance helps us avoid unnecessary pitfalls and saves valuable time & effort spent in mechanical practice and ineffective techniques. Presence has a stabilizing effect and helps one integrate during the cathartic detox & purification process.

Sadhana & Samadhi

Dive deep in meditations which enable you to immerse in Samadhi, clear karma and heal the being on all levels. The true practice does not involve any techniques or effort, only choiceless surrender to the will of Kundalini. 

Power of Satsang

A community of awakened beings coming together in recognition of the truth. This creates an energetic transformational field and provides a safe & supportive space to expand consciousness & dissolve the ego construct.

Mechanism of Shaktipat

The phenomenon of Shaktipat works on basis of sympathetic resonance between oscillating systems. The system in this case being localised points of consciousness within the unified quantum field of awareness, which is all pervading, omnipotent and beyond linear time.

The point of realised potential of the initiator connects and conducts its enhanced vibrational state to the aspirant which gets attuned to it. The evolved potential of the adept conveys its focused & charged consciousness to that of the seeker, which is scattered and diluted. The combined interference of vibrations activate the inherent infinite charge of the seeker, making it more focused and concentrated, pushing it beyond the threshold, underneath which Kundalini potential lies dormant.

While more pronounced when beings are in each others presence, it operates globally at any distance and does not follow a linear timeline. The interpenetration of spiritual energy occurs through quantum waves, electromagnetic waves, scalar waves, light waves, acoustic waves and through the superconduction of consciousness.

Siddha Yoga

Shaktipat is the heart of Siddha Maha Yoga tradition. The unique perspective of Siddha Maha Yoga is that since Kundalini is an intelligent force it will, upon awakening, naturally & effortlessly direct the practice of the seeker. All that is required is that the initiate completely surrender to this force. As a result of kundalini’s unfoldment spontaneous purifying movements, called kriyas will occur. In addition the practices of Hatha, Laya and Raja Yoga will naturally manifest in a spontaneous fashion according to what is most suited for the seeker. It is propitiated from within by the workings of the energy.

Since all other yogas naturally manifest as a result of kundalini awakening this yoga is called “Mahayoga” meaning “great yoga.” Since the kundalini awakening is induced by a perfected being or “Siddha” this yoga is called “Siddha Mahayoga.” Since all other yogas and their results occur spontaneously (“Sahaja”) and without effort this yoga is also called “Sahaja Yoga.”

History & Ancient Traditions

Shaktipat is originally a yogic initiation and is well recognized approach for activating the Kundalini. This leads to an inner unfolding of Awareness and higher states of consciousness which is the basis of all ancient spiritual texts such as Vedas, Upanishads and Sutras. It is the core of the Siddha traditions which later formed the Tantric traditions of Kashmiri Shaivism as well as Tibetan Buddhism.  Shaktipat is the birth point for all yogas: tantra, gyan, karma, kriya, raja, laya, bhakti, siddha. They take place only due to Kundalini awakening and manifest spontaneously in an adept. The transmissions are a way to preserve true spiritual knowledge through lineages.

Shaktipat is referred to in the Torah’s Old Testament in Deuteronomy 34:9 in the passage, “And Joshua the son of Nun was full of the spirit of wisdom, for Moses had laid his hand upon him.” In Kabbalah, the term for Shaktipat is S’micha m’shefa or Haniha. In the New Testament, it is referred to in John 20:22, which says that Jesus “blew upon them and said to them: ‘Receive Holy Spirit.’


The most important aspect of an effective Shaktipat initiation and a well oriented awakening process, is surrender. Although even to reach the point of simply surrendering to kundalini takes some effort for people due to their dense karmic impressions. 

Sadhana is the routinely spiritual practice which aids in cultivating depth and quality of surrender. Prior to awakening of kunadlini, the sadhana practices involve conscious application of effort and will to dissolve the false identifications and attachments to the conditioned mindbody complex. The attempt is to tame the mind through discipline and to purify the subtle bodies through techniques, thus opening the heart and making one more susceptible to the influence of the Shakti energy. 

There are many spiritual practices that are generally recommended, including maintaining subjective non dual awareness, meditation, chanting, satsang and living the teachings. These are activities that you can perform and involve a sense of doership which is one of the limiting factors. In the presence of a Siddha master though, all such practices involving mechanical effort and voluntary doership are rendered useless and ineffective. As the Siddha injects a current of Divine Power (Shakti) into the subtle body of the aspirant, igniting and releasing their inner prana (life force). This prana then works freely, generating the various yogic processes – asanas, mudras, pranayamas.

There is no conscious effort or sense of doership involved in these spontaneous yogic processes. One watches as a witness as the intelligent life force directs its own path. The workings of the Kundalini Energy thin the Self-limiting Karmic impressions and conditioning stored in the mindbody by converting them into Kriyas (involuntary movements). With this, the binding tendencies that limit one’s consciousness are lifted. Whatever path one may follow, it is inevitably through the release of prana that one enters deep meditation and ultimately, Union with God, Samadhi. 

Therefore, Once kundalini is awakened and takes over the process of evolution, Sadhana becomes self automated and effortless, at which point, no technique or practice is required except surrender to the will of Shakti Kundalini.  This is the state true Shaktipat Sadhana aims towards, and it is the primary differentiating factor between Siddha Yoga and philosophy of other yogic systems.

Kundalini can be transmitted. A person who is very adept at the enlightenment process can transmit it.

Whether you feel it or not, it’s affecting you in a very positive way.

– Ph.D Frederick Lenz