Kundalini is a Sanskrit term from ancient India that identifies the arising of an energy and consciousness which has been coiled at the base of the spine since birth, and is the source of the life force (pranic energy, chi , bio-energy) that everybody knows. Yogic science suggests that this energy triggered the formation of the child in the womb, and then coils 3 ½ times at the base of the spine to hold the energy field in stasis until we die, when it uncoils and returns to its source.
The Sanskrit word chakra means “plexus,” “wheel,” or “vortex.” It refers to a number of centers in the subtle anatomy of the human being, with each center corresponding to a different level of consciousness. Chakras are known by various names, including pranic centers, psychic centers, psycho-energetic centers, and cerebrospinal centers. The yogic tradition mentions different chakra systems, out of which the six-chakra system is the most popular.
The masculine counterpart of the yoni is the lingam (phallus). Lingam and yoni are often represented together, symbolizing the eternal process of creation and regeneration as well as the indivisibility of masculine and feminine, Shiva and Shakti, Consciousness and action, immanence and transcendence. In Tantra Yoga and Hatha Yoga, yoni sthana (the perineal place) represents the pericarp of muladhara chakra, the womb in which kundalini shakti slumbers, entwined around a inward-facing lingam of light.
‘Connecting with your divine self”
The main goal of this ritual is to facilitate your learning in a safe, sacred, and joyful environment. Within this space, you will be able to explore your erotism and sensuality. You will also connect and enter in relation to your physical body and sacred energy. You will be able to receive and
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What can you expect from a Tantra massage or healing session?
Relaxation, tantric breathing, activation of sexual meridians, kundalini, lingam massage, prostatic massage, energetic
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