ISHA FOUNDATION an international public service organization founded by Sadhguru embraces the human effort to transcend physical reality in order to reach an inner reality, inner awareness or enlightment. This is the purpose of life itsel. Isha Foundation practices the ancient principle that the body is the temple of the spirit and that good health is fundamental to spiritual development. Yoga is communicated on an experiential level and encourages an opening of the heart and consciousness to new dimensions of feeling, thinking and living. Apart from tramsmitting the life tramsforming science of yoga, Isha Foundation has also initiated projects of social and national significance. The Foundation also administers the Isha Yoga Center, located at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains, 30 kms from Coimbatore. It houses the Dhyanalinga Multi-relligious Temple and meditation shrine, the Spanda Hall - a 64,000 sq.ft. mediation hall and program facility with modern amenities. It also operates a yogic hospital to treat chronic ailments using yogic and natural methods.
THE DHYANALINGA MULTI-RELIGIOUS TEMPLE Dhyanalinga is the essence of yogic science and does not ascribe to any particular belief or faith. It does not require any Pooja or worship, just sitting silently for few minutes within the sphere of Dhyanalinga is enough to make even those unaware of meditation to experience a state of deep meditativeness and feel the divine energy that overflows from this glorious form. The Dhyanaliga Temple is located 30 km from Coimbatore. "Anyone who comes into the sphere of Dhyanalinga cannot escape the sowing of the spiritual seed of liberation" - Sadhguru Action for Rural Rejuvenation The project Action for Rural Rejuvenation, is a vision of Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev. This multi-phased initiative is aimed at revitalizing the human spirit. Moreover, it restores the fundamental kinship nature of village society and creates sustainable oppurtunities of villlagers to overcome their plight. Currentlly in execution in rural Tamil Nadu, the project provides free medical treatment to thousands of people through Mobile Health Clinics. Yogic practices taught free of cost and the revival of the usage of medicinal hervs supplement these efforts. Community Games, organized in each village, offer the population a holistic remedy for abuse and addiction.