The Subtle (Energy) Form
Swamiji's Aura Photos
Shree Baba Swami Dham
Before incarnation of every Gurutatva (Guru Element), a sacred place is chosen in advance; which becomes the epicenter of divine energy. Baba Swami Dham is not only residence of our Living Satguru but also an epicenter of the power where Shree Swamiji have established the energy.
Shree Swamiji used to conduct Meditation Workshops at different places but there was no permanent place where He could return after various workshops all over the world. Also Sadhaks could not visit Him anywhere in the physical form as He was always moving from place to place. So it was a critical requirement and pure wish of all the sadhaks to stabilize Shree Swamiji and the associated Energy at one place. Initially there had been two attempts in this direction but it was not successful as right place and time was yet to come.
This predicided sacred place is at Mogar village near Navsari where in March'2002 one of the Sadhak donated his field for construction of Dham and with the collective efforts of all the sadhaks all over the world and blessings of Universal Consciousness grand 'Baba Swami Dham' is build here.
Right from the beginning of the construction of Baba Dham, Shree Swamiji has been in the process of stabilizing energy here. When the trenches of the foundation were being dug out, Swamiji kept on sending radiant energy into every trench till the energy settled down. At that time Swamiji stayed without food or water for a month. It took almost a year for construction of this radiant place. It is surrounded by green fields.
The energy is settled around 80 km of Baba Dham and Samarpan Ashram, Dandi is within this 80 km range, this whole area is filled with divine energy. In Swamiji's own words, "This will be an energy center in future, Our future generation will receive divine energy and experience flow of consciousness from here." This grand Baba Dham was inaugurated by Shree Swamiji on 8th Nov'2003 on occasion of Chaitanya Mahotsava, in presence of more than 3000 sadhaks.