Online Rituals

Through the Eyes of the Goddess

ANCIENT TANTRA PRACTICE

INDIA’S YOGIC WISDOM

 

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Online  RITUAL YOGIC PRACTICE

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Tantric Rituals.

Through the ONLINE healing circles you will partake in Tantric rituals withing the comfort of your own home. The rituals are recorded and, should you not be able to make it for the live practice, you may still access the recording. The rituals follow the Tantric calendar, which honours the cycles of the Moon and the rhythms of Nature. Depending on the ritual, classes can last between 2 & 4 hours, and may be followed with home meditations available to those wishing to go deeper into this line of Tantra and Yoga lineage. In line with the traditional tantric approach, many of the rituals are clustered into series addressing specific themes (such as Love, Fertility, Desire, Fear etc).

BAGALAMUKHI | 08.5. * Bagalamukhi is the goddess who paralyses with her beauty.  The story of Bagalamukhi references the colour gold quite centrally.

BAGALAMUKHI | 08.5. * Bagalamukhi is the goddess who paralyses with her beauty. The story of Bagalamukhi references the colour gold quite centrally.

CHINNAMASTA JAYANTI | 14.5. * Chinnamasta Devi delights in trampling upon two lovers locked in sexual embrace.

CHINNAMASTA JAYANTI | 14.5. * Chinnamasta Devi delights in trampling upon two lovers locked in sexual embrace.

TWARITA DEVI | 22.5. * The half Moon junction is the time of unification of opposites, when the fluidic forces of the central spinal channel channel are activated

TWARITA DEVI | 22.5. * The half Moon junction is the time of unification of opposites, when the fluidic forces of the central spinal channel channel are activated

SHUNI JAYANTI | 29.5. * The ritual of Shuni Jayanti is all about attempting to get in touch with our shadow side. The shadow is ever there, but can go unseen.

SHUNI JAYANTI | 29.5. * The ritual of Shuni Jayanti is all about attempting to get in touch with our shadow side. The shadow is ever there, but can go unseen.

DHUMAVATI JAYANTI | 7.6. * Dhumavati is the intensely ugly Widow Goddess, bitter, barren and bereft of Beauty.   She holds the deep wisdom of age and loss.

DHUMAVATI JAYANTI | 7.6. * Dhumavati is the intensely ugly Widow Goddess, bitter, barren and bereft of Beauty. She holds the deep wisdom of age and loss.

KAMAKHYA PUJA | 21-22-23.6. * Kamakhya is the initiatoress of the darkening season after the longest day of the year.  Kamakhya is the Goddess of desire.

KAMAKHYA PUJA | 21-22-23.6. * Kamakhya is the initiatoress of the darkening season after the longest day of the year. Kamakhya is the Goddess of desire.

BHOOT MUDRA | 28.6. * As Shakti Absorbs Shiva on this particular annual Amavasya (dark Moon), she takes the first step into the wombward season that belongs to her.

BHOOT MUDRA | 28.6. * As Shakti Absorbs Shiva on this particular annual Amavasya (dark Moon), she takes the first step into the wombward season that belongs to her.

VAJRESHVARI DEVI | 05.07. * Vajreshvari Devi is a Goddess of Rati (sexual pleasure).  She be mistress of Shukra (Venus), and expresses the fire element in Tamasic form.

VAJRESHVARI DEVI | 05.07. * Vajreshvari Devi is a Goddess of Rati (sexual pleasure). She be mistress of Shukra (Venus), and expresses the fire element in Tamasic form.

GURU PURNIMA | 13.7. * Guru Purnima is the full Moon of giving honour to the teachers & elders who guide us on the path of wisdom.

GURU PURNIMA | 13.7. * Guru Purnima is the full Moon of giving honour to the teachers & elders who guide us on the path of wisdom.

BHAGAMALANI DEVI | 15.07. * Bhagamalani Devi is the Goddess of fertile growth.  She rules the second lunar day, known to Yogins as Dvitya Tithi.

BHAGAMALANI DEVI | 15.07. * Bhagamalani Devi is the Goddess of fertile growth. She rules the second lunar day, known to Yogins as Dvitya Tithi.

KAAL BHAIRAV ASHTAMI | 20.07. * ‘Tis the Moon where dark and light kiss just before falling unto the mystic darkness of Amvasya.

KAAL BHAIRAV ASHTAMI | 20.07. * ‘Tis the Moon where dark and light kiss just before falling unto the mystic darkness of Amvasya.