with Karam and Raaji
Love and relating are core issues in one’s life, yet they often create confusion, pain and reticence. The roots of these can be found in one’s conditioning during childhood and puberty by biology, family, religion, culture and society. This influence on one’s early sexual encounters and experiences sets the foundation to one’s capacity for intimacy. The tendency is either to copy and conform or to rebel and react; leaving part of one’s authenticity, integrity, creativity, trust and freedom behind in the process.
The Magic of Tantra group provides a safe and respectful space to bring awareness and understanding to one’s unconscious beliefs, conditionings, patterns and ways of relating. Specific structures and meditation techniques are explored with the intention of enhancing sensitivity, deepening physical and emotional awareness and cultivating trust.
Communication tools which support honesty, respect, authenticity and care are shared and practiced, setting the foundation for a meaningful connection.
Tantra is an ancient and profoundly wise practice and philosophy. This group explores its holistic approach to life and love, an approach oriented towards acceptance, relaxation and cultivating energy and love-flow. The art of love and relating is a constant bid to remain present and open hearted. Intimacy and sexuality can become a profoundly fulfilling gift that nourishes body heart and soul. The Magic of Tantra is a profound exploration into this world.
The workshop is open for singles and couples.
Previous experience of primal therapy is advised but not mandatory.
There will be no nudity in the group room.
People who are visiting PachaMama specifically for this workshop, should plan to arrive at least two days before the workshop begins to have time to settle in and meet the therapists before the workshop.
The number of participants is limited to 22.
“Why do we want to fall in love? Because it’s something that takes us, it sweeps the carpet under out from under our feet and takes us into this mystery that we are in the moment.”
Excerpt from Satsang with Tyohar