A place of peace, power,
wish fulfillment and eco-spiritual consciousness. A
place of understanding that each human – man or woman,
rich or poor – is a child of one spirit, one energy, one
love, one God. The eco-spiritual consciousness is caused
by an earth-based energy specific to only certain holy
places may be experienced here. Visiting holy places,
believably, have the power to heal body, enlighten mind
and awaken the soul. You experience it here at Muhamma
Cheerappanchirayil Lord Ayyappa Nivasa Centre.
Generation to generation the inheritors of Muhamma
Cheerappanchira family down to the present Governors of
the Hermitage (believed to be the kudil wherein Lord
Ayyappa lived during the Kalari Abhyasa Padana days at
Muhamma) endeavored to preserve and maintain the
Hermitage in its original form and shape. Nevertheless,
the Governors of the Hermitage feel that it is not
enough….. We have to do much more. To achieve this
objective we have formulated a vision for the future.
The realization of this vision is “Muhamma
Lord Ayyappa Nivasa Centre”. The concept originates from
Sabarimala pilgrimage principles of equality and no
caste, no creed brotherhood of man, and the great
objective epitomized by the ancient prayer “Loka
Samastha Sukhino Bhavanthu”, and the dictum
helping the needy is as well a prayer!
are aplenty – a host of projects in the offing.
Rejuvenate the Hermitage, landscaping, boundary
protection, an ayurvedic garden, a prayer cum spiritual
seminar hall cum auditorium, a annadhaana centre,
Navagraha Pooja facility, retirement, bath, cloak &
comfort stations for visiting devotees, and anything and
everything helpful to the needy. Plenty of opportunities
awaiting those interested to patronise. Depending on the
progress of the proposed projects, the visiting devotees
will have increased amenities for spending more time in
meditation, relaxation, spiritual pursuits and self
fulfillment. Patrons have the opportunity to leave their
dedication vis-à-vis the projects they associate in
their own name or in their loved or respected ones as
the patrons desire.