He attained swarūpa samādhi at Palani, through the grace of Lord Muruga, or the eternal youth, Kumāra Swāmi.The Kumāraswāmi temple at Palani became the epicenter of his activities. He convened a meeting of many siddhas just before the beginning of the present Kali Yuga, in 3102 BC, to determine the best way for humanity to progress along the spiritual path during the coming period of darkness.Bhoganāthar traveled by sea, following the trade route.In China, he was instructed by Kālangi Nāthar in all aspects of the Siddha sciences.or Bhogar, the Jāna Guru of Babaji, in the poem Bhogar Jāna Sagarama (Bhogars Oceanic Life Story, consisting of 557 verses, verse number 2, lines number 3 and 4), identifies himself as a Tamilian, (Ramaiah, 1979; 1982. There are nine important shrines associated with this tradition, five of which are in the Himālaya Mountains: Amarnāth (where Shiva first taught Kriya Yoga to his Shakti partner, Parvati Devi), Kedarnāth, Badrināth (India), Kailāsanāth, (Tibet) and Paśupatināth (Nepal). He belonged to the ancient tradition of Nava (nine) Nāth sadhus (holy ascetics), tracing their tradition to Lord Shiva.
Without the need for pills or tablets, the great scientific art of pranayama breathing, will be taught and recognized By millions of common people and chaste young women. Among the Chinese, particularly, the Taoists, the Dragon is the symbol of Kundalini Shakti, the primordial force.Eight of the ingredients were combined in a mold of the idol.The ninth, was added as a catalyst, to solidify it.In recent times the scientists who attempted to determine the composition of a small sample of the material of the idol, were startled to find that it immediately sublimated when heated. The traces of the substance are contained in the ritual offerings in which it is bathed.When these are returned and consumed by the devotee, their spiritual progress is enhanced.