Shivambu means literally "Water of Shiva", referring to the auspiciousness of the practice of urine therapy or amaroli.


Its "method of drinking urine for enlightenment" is outlined in the Shivambu Kalpa Vidhi, part of a 5000-year-old document called the Damar Tantra, linking this practice back to the Vedas, the sacred Hindu texts. Shivambu has been seen as one of the divine manifestations of cosmic intelligence, and has been used as such by Indian yogis to unleash kundalini up to their third eye. 

There is something esoteric about urine. It is considered to be supernatural because it contains "life force" or prana. Using urine as a therapeutic tool mirrors to us the "healer within" who works on a mechanistic level as well as on an energetic level.  The information that urine contains cannot be readily duplicated or derived from any other source. 
Just as nature produces no two people who are exactly the same, there are no two urine samples in the world that contain exactly the same components. It therefore behooves us to obtain our urine from the most spiritual and enlightened source available

An ancient practice, thousands of years old, is that of drinking the urine of a spiritual master.  It is known as drinking "the water of life." This spiritual practice is known as Shivambu (the water of Shiva) and Amaroli, which word is derived from Amrita, another name for "soma". Soma is the mythical "magic mushroom" which is said to be shaped like a penis.

Scholars have searched high and low, attempting to discover or define this magic mushroom..The obvious truth eluded them. Soma is the energized urine of a spiritual master.

Clearly, drinking ones own urine may be therapeutic but one's own urine cannot raise one's consciousness. It may clear some mental processes, but to raise your consciousness, it must come from a higher, more spiritual source. In traditional urine therapy, the urine is filtered and processed and many herbs and chemical are added.  It is entirely possible that some of the therapeutic results are due to that which has been added to the urine.

This is the reason those students who are seeking a higher spiritual level, drink the urine of their spiritual master, right "from the tap." avoiding any exposure to air. 

 Indian yogis used this technique to unleash the Kundalini Shakti through the chakras, up to their third eye and fostered a more intimate relationship between their self and their Higher Self. Any health benefits or sense of rejuvenation that was derived from the energy released by awakening Kundalini Shakti are thus consequential to the main goal of self-realisation.As part of his “Transmutation Theory”, Coen Van der Kroon The Golden Fountain: The Complete Guide To Urine Therapy sees urine as a liquid crystal or hologram, implying that it contains vibrations completely in tune with the vibrational condition of the being it comes from. In this light, ingestion gives the body valuable vibrational information needed to rasise consciousness.

This theory is also close to the principles of homeopathy, which refers to a therapeutic method that clinically applies the Law of Similars and uses medically active substances at infinitesimal doses, where the original substance has undergone a dilution process. When the body is given a homeopathic remedy, it is stimulated into action, not because of the physical or chemical nature of the substance, but because of the energetic nature of the information that is received by way of subtle vibrations.