Siddha Yoga Path in India

Serving as a Long-Term Gurukula Student
Serving and studying in Gurudev Siddha Peeth is an opportunity of great merit and worth. As the first ashram of the Siddha Yoga path, Gurudev Siddha Peeth holds incredible spiritual energy. It serves as a model spiritual environment for the Siddha Yoga Sangham.

For Long-Term Gurukula Students in Gurudev Siddha Peeth, the ashram daily schedule is the foundation for study and practice. Through focused and disciplined engagement with the ashram daily schedule, Gurukula students continually invigorate the ashram environment and strengthen their sadhana.

The spiritual practice of seva is a Long-Term Gurukula Student's main focus. In addition to seva, each Long-Term Gurukula Student also engages in the Siddha Yoga practices of meditation, chanting, and contemplation. By coming together to serve and study in this way, Long-Term Gurukula Students imbibe the Siddha Yoga teachings and play a key role in contributing to the Siddha Yoga Mission.


Long-Term Gurukula Students need to have certain interests and prior sadhana experience, including:
  • A Siddha Yoga practice of at least 2 years duration

  • Participation in at least 2 Siddha Yoga Shaktipat Intensives

  • Participation in seva in a Siddha Yoga meditation center, an ashram, a chanting & meditation group, or at a retreat site.

  • Understanding of and commitment to the practices, philosophy & culture of the Siddha Yoga path.

  • An understanding of and love for the practice of seva.

  • A strong desire to support the Siddha Yoga mission

  • A posture of studentship and a commitment to continuous improvement, ongoing learning & personal growth.