About The Teacher

Master of Spiritual Science

Guruji Vishalbhai Pandya is a SiddhYogi and master of Kundalini meditation. His upbringing in Gandhinagar, India was very spiritual. At a very early age, be began his divine journey. His Kundalini power has been awakened since birth. Upon completing his MBA in marketing, he took the position as a professor at a University.

 Following his years after diplomacy, he founded the “SiddhYog Meditation Ashram” in Deroli, Bharuch District, in the State of Gujarat, which continues to expand to this day. There have been a number of methods, such as yoga, that claim to relieve stress, however the one that stands out is meditation. Kundalini yoga meditation cleanses not only the mind, but also body and soul. Meditation has proven to be the most effective method to reduce stress because of the increase in Pran (cosmic) energy. Guruji emits super cosmic vibrations to all his Sadhaks, seekers of Self- Realization, as they advance in Kundalini meditation. Furthermore, meditation gives peace and direction for those who have lost their way in religion. Meditation has no religion and is ideal for anyone. Meditation is a mental, physical, and spiritual method for relaxing the restlessness of the mind and freeing it from anxiety. In another way, it aims for the attaining of inner enjoyment and spiritual awakening. This Ashram has become a place for people to further their journey of Self-Realization in the immediate way with the help of Kundalini Awakening. Year around meditation seminars provide the means for people to overcome stress and common health conditions such as diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, and cholesterol. In addition to the seminars, there are workshops targeting specific technique including plexus purification, Pranic healing, Pranayam breathing exercises, etheric energy therapy, and the training of speechless awareness.

As a Kundalini master, Guruji has the knowledge of awakening the Kundalini through Shakti Pat (transmitting of spiritual "energy" upon one person by another) in a disciple, thus beginning his journey. It is considered an act of grace from the Guru to a deserving disciple. There are two nerve currents in the spinal column, called Pingala and Ida, and a hollow canal called Sushumna running through the spinal cord. At the lower end of the hollow canal is the "Lotus of the Kundalini" and is coiled up in a triangular form. When that Kundalini awakes, it tries to force a passage through this hollow canal (Sushumna), and as it rises step by step the Sadhak detaches from the body and mind. An aspect that arises from routinely meditation is the act of living in Sakshibhav. This “lifestyle” revolves around the idea of being a witness in every event in your life and not partaking in any emotions- good or bad- towards them. Guruji’s teachings uplift the lives of Sadhaks and its impact is seen in the calmness and positive thinking in daily life. This unique method of combining Pran and Kundalini energy through meditation has been brought to us by our Self-Realized Guru.

In his later years, he traveled to Canada and currently works in CCBST College. During his time in Canada, he has introduced teachings of meditation and Kundalini awakening. Along with his followers from India, he has gained support from the residents of Canada and even the U.S. Through weekly online meditation sessions, he interacts with all his Sadhaks. Despite the tremendous number of Sadhaks, he personally gives time to answer questions through phone calls, emails and texts.  Moreover, he selflessly travels country to country with the sole aspiration of furthering Kundalini knowledge to mankind. He has done so for many years without the expectations of any benefit in return. Guruji is the prime example of living in Sakshibhav because he follows his spiritual duties while attending to his worldly duties. At times like this, it is fortunate to have a Sadhguru who is ready and willing with open arms.  Words cannot describe this bliss until you are in the presence of Guruji Vishalbhai Pandya.

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(Please contact Amit Patel (contact info blocked) should you wish to meet Guruji Vishal Pandya)

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