Venue: with Basu and Bhuvanesvari | City: Paleros, Greece
in a small greek village at the Ionioan Sea
from 27th to 4th of November 2019
Diwali Retreat – Live in abundance
Tantra not only can empower your spiritual life but also you nourish you with all your other needs.
This retreat is focused on developing or empower the flourishment in your life, allowing your life to enter the movement of abundance. It’s a tribute to the goddess lakshmi who is celebrated all over India in this period.
Program 9 days of guided Tantric meditation from the Shakta tradition, Supported by Bhajans, Hatha Yoga and Healthy food
Why Tantra Because It is a direct way to open your life to a deeper level without having to control and withdraw yourself from normal activities.
The meditation blossom in a mystical way when the process aligns us with the most subtle energies of life.
In comparison to practices like Hatha Yoga where we are opening the energies of the body in this retreat the focus is to open the energies of the mind and thereby bringing us further.
The retreat is a traditional tantric meditation retreat – Tantric Sadhana. Every day we will sit 3 times a day and preform Japa Yoga around a Yantra. Some days there will also be Japa Yoga combined with Yagnas (fire ceremonies). In the retreat you can still engage in daily activities.
Supporting Practices: If you wish you can participate in Bhajans (devotional singing), Arti (devotional ceremony), Serva (selfless service) and Hatha Yoga
Basu Basu He is an experienced teacher and has been giving courses and retreats in yoga, tantra and meditation in India, Thailand, Greece, Denmark and Austria since 2000.
He offers a clear teaching and practice from different spiritual traditions without them loosing their originality. He began his yoga sadhana (spiritual practice) in 1997 and was in the following periode introduced into Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Tantra, Vipassana and Qi Gong.
In 2002 he was initiated in Kriya Yoga by Swami Shankarananda Giri. In 2008 Swami Shankarananda Giri gave him the allowance to introduce and guide others into Kriya Yoga and in 2016 he became a Kriya Acharya and can give initiation into Kriya Yoga.
He also have permission from Guruji Rajkumar Baswar to share tantric sadhanas.
Bhuvanesvari brought up in a medical family, and learned electro-acupuncture next to her dearest teacher, doctor and grandmother Eteri. Before practicing yoga and tantra she was involved with shamanic practices and rituals. While travelling in Mexico she had deep experiences of Life.
After being encountered with the science of Kriya Yoga she realized that yoga was her way for to live the truth she had experienced.
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