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The Great Night of Shiva is Shiva’s most important yearly festival. It is said to be the day when he took the form of an immeasurable light beam. On this day, he blesses his devotees with bliss and karma removal.


“In Mythotherapy, a symbol has the potency to be eternally relevant as the symbols never have a beginning or an end.”

– Dr. Pillai


The Power of Mythotherapy 

One of the technologies Dr. Pillai has introduced to activate the power of Gods, Goddesses, and Angels, is to read their stories. He calls it “Mythrotherapy”. 

According to the Siddhas, the Myths of Divine beings are both real and symbolic. As real accounts, they are manifestations of archetypal principles in existence. Being symbolic, they are loaded with the unimaginable power to activate your unconscious, or soul, which is where they reside within you.

Dr. Pillai teaches that symbols are the language of the unconscious, that, even if we are not able to understand what they mean, the soul does.


A Technology Perfect For Modern Times

Why Mythotherapy is so great, especially for modern times is because mythologies are engaging and entertaining for the surface level mind. So, the therapeutic effect is both practical and evolutionarily productive. We have the genius of the yogis and rishis to thank for this profound technology!


Who is Shiva? 

“Shiva is the God of Enlightenment. Nothing else matters to Him. By Shiva’s standard, life on Earth has only one purpose: to evolve, to get rid of your individual Ego identity, to get rid of your Maya, your attraction the world of the senses, and then your Karma, which is the sum total of the good and bad you have done over many, many” lifetimes.” – Dr. Pillai

Shiva is an archetype that exists both within us as part of our own consciousness, and outside of us as both divine energy and as an anthropomorphic being. Shiva represents karma removal and can bring you enlightenment, peace, and prosperity of the highest order.

What is the Great Night of Shiva?

Maha Shivaratri means Great Night of Shiva, and is celebrated the 13th night and 14th day of the New Moon during the dark half of the month of Phalguna. This falls within either February or March. It marks a remembrance of overcoming darkness and ignorance in life and in the world.


Experience a 12-Hour Vigil Worth “Millions of Years” of Meditation

“I am going to teach you a very secretive meditation I have never revealed before [this Program]. I am also going to give the secretive mantras that you will do in each of the four units of time (kalas) that cover the 12-hour period of “the Great Night of Shiva.” – Dr. Pillai



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