The Tradition of Giving

Yogic Hermitages were created to offer religious people a sacred environment for spiritual practices and living. In the Yogic tradition it was created through a vision inspired by a great yogi or sage. The yogi or sage represented an opportunity to practitioners experience a vast and abundance of spiritual knowledge, considered to be the most precious of all wisdom.

People seeking spiritual insight and solace would come together and support the worldly affairs and normal duties of this great master by offering donations in the form of service (Seva), sustenance (Alms), and money (Dana) to insure the continued availability of the sages great wisdom and teaching offerings. 

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Aspirants and common people alike recognized that in caring for the simple and modest needs of the guru and dedicated disciples, they would reap one hundred fold in inner wealth and prosperity then they could ever pay. Furthermore, the offering of donations as a benevolent act of selflessness would reap a deeper and more profound connection with the Yogis spiritual lineage and spiritual power.

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...Om Namah Shivaya...

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Hridaya HermitagE, 243 Greenwood Brook Rd,Industry, Me 04938

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207-542-6606