AN INITIATION INTO THE WAYS OF TANTRA YOGA
& THE NATIVE SHAMANIC WISDOM OF INDIA.
29 September | HALF DESCENDING MOON
7-11:30 pm CET | 6-10:30 pmFrom 20:oo to 23:Oo | CEST
Part 3 of 3 | ANCESTRAL HEALING Series
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“Owning and honouring our ancestry,
whatever shapes it has carved into us,
is a great and ultimately empowering undertaking.
The Tantric way offers much perspective for releasing Karmic imprints
as we walk the path of the sacred heart …”
“The spiritual path begins and ends with forgiveness.”
Some of the things living in our hearts and minds are reverberating echoes woven of ancestral twine. To be free to explore the potential of the sacred heart, we might have to untwine some destructive unconscious patterns that our heart is entangled within. The spiritual voyage is an epic journey upon which the traveller becomes an empowered friend to all experiences, both dark and light.
On this three part series (6, 13, 29 September), and in alignment with the Tantric Moon calendar , we will work with the strings that connect us to our ancestors. Some strings may be knotted tangles that we find ourselves in, playing over the similar patterns of our ancestors and parentage. In contrast, some may require our honouring to hear the precious melodies they emit when plucked like ancient mystic instruments. Through the Tantric practices of Yog, we will look deeply into the ancestral tapestry of our lives, using the tools of healing Yogic alchemy to ignite healing and transformation.
Tantra is about aligning ourselves to the rhythms of Nature, with the Moon becoming central to this endeavour. During the month of September, the rising phase of the Moon raises the tide and activates the womb and brings with it the connection to the Matrilineal ancestry.
The descending phase of the Moon
creates a progressively introverting vortex
that activates the Seed
and brings in the influence of the Patrilineal ancestry:
the focus of this final series ritual.
The Fathers Moon phase in the Tantric lunar calendar is known as Pitru Paksha. In this ancient ritual application, we will begin with the introverting Chandra Parampara sequence of Moon Mudra. The receptive nature of this invocation will serve as a beginning to open ourselves up to the line of masculine power that reaches us through the line of our ancestors. The Half descending Moon brings with it the power of its internalising blessing which activates our prayers and reverence towards our inner ancestral reality.
This ritual will be characterized by healing invocation,
as we work upon the place of balance
where father meets child, and child meets father.
All those born of a father
are welcomed to this healing ritual night.
Working with the lines of our ancestry is a great empowering work that takes us through a whole hoard of emotions and energies. The stored ancestral energies within our physical and etheric cells can be brought into profound motion by working with the Tantric ancestral practices.
These are ancient Tantric practices have been kept by Yogins since time immemorial. These ritual measures of evocation and invocation, bring fluidity and healing at deep bodily and energetic levels.
Tantra works with a mixture of inner and outer actions. Antar and Bhar Mudra. These take form as physical movements and inner meditations and exercises in thought and emotion. Such practices can profoundly access the foundation of our physical and psychic structures. Sai Karana, also known as Pitru Karana, are Tantric practices that work with ancestral energies in a ritual Hatha Yogic context.
A simple yet powerful tantric meditation
will be sent out the day after each ritual
for you to continue the work at home.
06 September | PITHORI AVASYA – Mother’s New Moon
13 September | Child’s Half Moon
29 September | PITRU PAKSHA – Father’s Full Moon