Student of the Month: Lela from USA

Student of the Month: Lela from USA

Having run myself ragged like a hamster in a wheel for several years straight without a break, my body was finally telling me that I needed to give myself some overdue attention. Uriel and Blandine introduced me a to yoga practice that encompasses an entire way of living, utilizing tools that I could use to restore myself, developing on all levels: physical, intellectual, and spiritual.

The Third Eye: How to Open it

The Third Eye: How to Open it

Attention: caffeine, white sugar, and hours in front of the tv or computer screen can block your third eye. Here we present two effective exercises for opening the sixth chakra. The possible results: phenomenal memory, stopping the flow of thoughts, clairvoyance, and a deep insight into ourselves.

Tantra Immersion: Lessons of the Heart

Tantra Immersion: Lessons of the Heart

I walked into the first day of Tantra Immersion with an open mind and came out six days later with an open heart. The journey through yoga, guided meditation, and lectures on the principles of Tantra I had signed up for turned out to be much more than what was advertised.

The Indestructible Heart

The Indestructible Heart

They love everybody around them. They don’t get hurt and they don’t close off. They are outside of the business game, and, therefore, they have an abundance of love in their pocket. So how do you open your heart?

Manipura (Navel) Chakra Meditation

Manipura (Navel) Chakra Meditation

The third center of force, Manipura Chakra, can be found on a subtle level outside of the physical body, underneath the navel.

Its corresponding element is fire (tejas tattva), and when this inner fire is balanced, it grants self-confidence, optimism, perfect health, excellent digestion, and a high energetic level, which allows a person to work hard without tiring easily. Imbalances in this third chakra include low self-esteem, indecisiveness, oversensitive to criticism, anger and control issues, and aggressiveness.

Svadhisthana (Sacral) Chakra Meditation

Svadhisthana (Sacral) Chakra Meditation

Svadhisthana Chakra is the second center of force and lies 3-4 cm above the genital area. This center of force is responsible for the sexual energy and creativity.

When Svadhisthana Chakra is balanced, one can experience wellness, pleasure, abundance, and joy. An imbalance in this chakra may lead to emotional instability, sexual dysfunction, depression, fear of change, or addictions.

Muladhara (Root) Chakra Meditation

Muladhara (Root) Chakra Meditation

Muladhara Chakra (the Root) is the first center of force and lies at the base of the spine. It is found between the anus and sexual organ, and is responsible for your sense of safety and security.

Balancing the Root Chakra creates the support base for awakening the six chakras above. It’s like laying the foundation for a multi-level house. Learn how through the easy meditation technique presented in this article.

Student of the Month: Leslie from USA

Student of the Month: Leslie from USA

Like many others, I have dealt with depression and anxiety, as well as an eating disorder, and was very out of touch with my heart. I felt confused, constantly chasing after that which didn’t align with my truth.
The Tantric path is allowing me to truly listen to myself and others, as well as gain a better understanding of my femininity, sexuality, and spiritual connection.

Practicing Yoga: A gram of action is worth tons of theory

Practicing Yoga: A gram of action is worth tons of theory

Yoga can mean many things–philosophy, body work, meditation, lifestyle, healing tradition and nowadays, even a trendy sport. Today, most people are unaware of the original meaning of “yoga” since you can find yoga classes at fitness studios, Buddhist centres and adult education studios.