The life at the ashram is concentrated on the intense practice or sadhana, because only through an intense practice enlightenment can be achieved. Its structure is as follows:

  • The practice is divided into three different periods throughout a day; namely, from 8 to 9 a.m., from 12 to 2 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m.
  • All of the practices include half an hour devoted to the reading and commentary of texts written by the different Siddhas.
  • Practices consist in an integral discipline that includes pranayama, mantra, meditation and the perform12ance of yoga postures as laid down in the Shiva Puranam, so that the effect of practices can be intensified hundreds of times. During the morning, besides pranayama, mantra and meditation, laterality exercises will be done to favour the development of the equilibrium and harmony of the brain hemispheres and also the energetic equilibrium.
  • During breaks, the practitioner can spend his time outdoors enjoying nature or reading or engaged in Karma Yoga.
  • Meal times: breakfast: 9 a.m.; lunch: 2 p.m.; dinner: 9 p.m.