Serving Mother Nature

/Serving Mother Nature
Serving Mother Nature 2017-10-30T12:37:20+00:00

Ishan ji loves nature as he feels it all is the beautiful creation of the Supreme Creator. For the sustenance of life and life forms on the planet it is imperative that nature is served as one would serve one’s mother. Moreover, it is Ishan ji’s vehement feeling that since we derive so much from nature, from food to shelter, it is but essential and obvious that we must give back in the best way we can.

The best way that Ishan ji suggests to repay our debt to nature is by planting trees. Large number of trees are felled and forests are being occupied by rapid urbanization. Cutting of trees imbalances the ecology and this rampant destruction of trees has brought in so many natural calamities. Ishan ji has been encouraging tree plantations wherever he travels – India to Kenya, Indonesia to Thailand. And sadhaks have been involved in these endeavour of planting thousands of trees as a way to mark any special occasion – be it someone’s birthday, anniversary, marriage so on and so forth. Ishan ji leads the collective conscience of nature lovers as is exemplified by his own hermitages, developed as sprawling green belts in the Indian states of Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh, which are divine gardens shaped tree by tree, leaf by leaf by Ishan ji’s own sweat and hard work..

The cow paradise in Alwar has been planted with hundreds of trees in the vast open land. True to his perfectionist ways, Ishan ji has always maintained that only planting is never sufficient. The process is much the same as giving birth to a child. We don’t just bring in a life in this world, we care for it, nurture it with tender love, care and compassion. Likewise, going a step ahead, he urges during all Shiv Yog plantation drives that the saplings must be adopted, should be well-watered, well-manured and protected from insects, pests, and grazing animals till they can grow independently. This helps realize the true purpose of planting trees.

Besides, during his Cosmic Healing workshops, every participant is taught and encouraged to send Sanjeevani shakti (cosmic healing of infinite dimension) to Mother Nature, especially with the powerful Mritsanjeevani Kriya involving redirection of a potent mix of solar energy and cosmic energy.

During times of turmoil and calamities, Shiv Yog Healers often get together to send healing to these places, avert any mishap through collective prayers and projection of peace. Such collective efforts are powerful not only in minimising or rehabilitation but also in many cases turned preventive. Such healing and prayers are one of the purest ways to give back to Mother Nature and become a divine tool in the evolution of mass consciousness.