Tantra Tribal I
Sun and Moon The Power of Creation:
Rite of Passage to honour when you became The God and Goddess of Creation In the Ancient Tribes, when a teenager had his first ejaculation, and the girl her first menstruation, both were honoured by the tribe through a Rite of Passage, thus recognising them as The God and Goddess of Creation. The child was left behind in order to become a vital young man or woman.
In our society, we have lost the connection with our ancestors’ wisdom. Frequently this important transition from child to teenager is trivialised, ignored, or, many times it is associate with shame, something disgusting or a guilty secret that you have to hide. This experience creates a negative imprint in our body-mind field. This workshop aims to create a new imprint, so we can re-connect with love, self- ompassion and aliveness into the rhythms of body and life.
– Using ancestrology to re-connect with love
– Men and Women Rituals to bring a new imprint into ejaculation and menstruation
– Tribal Dance in nature
– Breathing session to embrace the aliveness and bliss in the body/mind
– Freeing the Love Spirit of joy and gratitude to be alive
– Ritual to Honour The God and Goddess of Creation
Tantra Tribal II
Sun-Sky and Moon-Earth Nunanakuy, when two become one:
Rite of Passage to embrace The New Man and Woman inside.
“NUNANAKUY ( to enter inside of the spirit of the other)
Sound waves and sexual energy are two snakes friends and when they join is immensely powerful, together move a lot of cosmic energy, are two dancers dancing a very old sacred dance toward become a single.
In the Ancestral Andean Culture to make love is to make a ceremony called Nunanakuy (to enter inside of the spirit of the other), dance of energy, sex in a spiritual level … in these sexual rites the power of the sound enriches and empower infinitely this lovely divine encounter, the purest and highest that exist… and so suddenly appears the Wañuchiq Amaru, the snake who kill the ego and then you disappear and we arrive to beautifully unspeakable levels of ecstasy, the deepest rituals existing where we get merge completely with the primordial cosmic energy, a sacred communion with Pachamama (Mother Life)”. By
my friends Yaku and NinaSacred Valle Machu Pichu.
How was your first experience of love making?
How is that experience being lived within you now?
Do you have experiences of connecting sex, love and meditation?
The Sun depicts the masculine polarity, creativity, expansion, The Pillar of Light. The Moon depicts the female polarity, silence, vision, the vastness of the universe, the Sacred Darkness Space.
In this workshop, we are living the powerful force of our instinct, the sensitivity of our hearts and the expansion of the silent mind.
This workshop is a journey to honour our first love-making experience, either positive or negative, and re-connect with the natural potential of love and creation. We aim to create a new natural imprint in your sexuality/sensuality and love.
- Ritual of Integration of The Sun and Moon inside
- Healing inner wounds (mistrust, abandonment, shame, dissociation and
- Embracing the force of our instinct
- Living the joy of vulnerability and intimacy
- Learning to trust in our body and feeling
Breathing The Love Spirit:
Realign your polarities using the Chakana indigenous symbol, which depicts the cycle of nature (elements, seasons, solar and lunar rhythms, earth and sky)
In this workshop, we are dancing and breathing with totality to evoke the Spirit of
Nature, rooting our energy from the sky to the earth. Following the gentle Moon
energy, becoming sensitive to our senses and perceptions… watering our hearts with love and tender healing.
A journey from the rhythms of life:
Upper Left Quadrant:
Love, Trust, Connections
Lower Left Quadrant:
Acknowledgement, Protection, Awareness
Upper Right Quadrant:
Responsibility, Productivity, Present
Lower right Quadrant:
Happiness, Passion, Expression
Living the Chakana Symbol means to enjoy daily life, where, we feel the power of creation and the Integration of The Chakana symbol at our core.
The Love Spirit Touch
Using our hands and bodies to channel the five elements, we give and receive earth, water, fire and air- love-touched. Ask yourself, what is the strongest element in your life, and what element is missing? You will balance the four element energies in your body-field… feeling the warm hug of the Pachamama (The Earth) and the energetic vitality of Hananpacha (The Blue Sky), experiencing the truth that under Nature, all is ONE.