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Kalyani Devi Kavantissamaharamaya Ashrama

Text Box: Sri Shivvinayakananda Swami first came to Sri Lanka after the terrible Tsunami of 2004.  He had asked His Guru, Sri Sathya Sai Baba, to send Him there so that He could help the  survivors rebuild their lives after the terrible destruction of families and homes.  As Swamiji witnessed the despair all around He felt compelled to do all He could to alleviate  the suffering of so many lost souls.  He made a promise to the villagers around  Nupe  that He would return every year to visit them.  From this, the idea of the Kalyani Devi Kavantissamaharamaya Ashrama was born.
The KDK Ashrama was opened in 2006  in Enderamulle, Wattala– near to Kelaniya and Colombo, the capital city of Sri Lanka.  Here Swamiji receives all those seeking spiritual advice and healing.  He receives no money for the healing.  As He says: “ This is a gift from God.  A priceless gift.  Unconditional love has its own rewards like the happiness on a mother’s face knowing her child has been cured and is safe”.  All who come to the Ashrama can receive Swamiji’s help.  This may take the form of a group healing session or in certain cases an individual audience.  Sri Shivvinayakananda Swami is guided as to which is more appropriate.  Anyone wanting to see Swamiji can contact the Manager of the KDK Ashrama for an appointment.  
Sri Shivvinayakananda Swami has a strong spiritual connection with Tissa Maharama from a past life.  Indeed, the first time He visited the Temple at Tissamaharama and stood before Vihara Maha Devi His whole body became like fire and a searing heat emanated from Him.  Immediately afterwards He sat down under a Magusa Tree and went into deep meditation.  Guruji saw crystal images of Lord Buddha rising up higher and higher and sparkling rays emanating from Lord Buddha’s forehead.  
On coming back into consciousness a large group of people had gathered.  Swamiji passed amongst the devotees giving His healing and blessings to all present.  Later, as He walked around the Dagaba praying, He felt a great energy on His forehead and asked the devotees if there were any bone relics of the Buddha within, as the energy emanating from His forehead was so intense. They told Him the forehead part of the skull had been placed in the Dhagaba by King Kavantissa , when the Stupa was first built.  Swamiji visits Tissa Maharama every year.
Another annual pilgrimage is to the Temple at Kataragama.  While there for the first time Sri Shivvinayakananda Swami  went on to visit the Buddhist Temple of Kiriwehera where He sat and entered into deep meditation.  The following vision occurred:
Swamiji saw three Buddhist monks sitting in a circle chanting Perith.  He recognized one of the monks as Himself in a past life.  Suddenly, to His left, a wolf appeared with its head stretched out and it seemed to be there to protect Swamiji.  A herd of elephants then came towards Him and soon afterwards, a flock of birds flew overhead.  After some time Swamiji came back into consciousness bathed in divine energy.

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Sri Shivvinayakananda Swami  performing the cow blessing ceremony at Veeranjeneyapalle village in Andhra Pradesh

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