What is Shakti?
Shakti is life-force, the flow of life, untamable, rich, wild, overflowing, creating and dissolving in a continues flow, wave after wave …
When we connect or re-connect with the flow of life we become truly alive, free-flowing allowing all our cells to become alive and following our hearts desires and fully living them. It touches our passion, our vibrancy, the depth of who we truly are and it awakens us from being asleep, coping and surviving in this world.
What is Womb/Hara?
The Womb for women is so much more then the physical organ of uterus. It is our center of gravity and for the men also known as the Hara. This is the place where we hold our deepest potential for creation, not just a baby but everything in our life … It is the place of innate wisdom and power … your gut feeling and intuition, your belly center …
What can I expect in the workshop?
On the first day we go in the full experience of the Womb/Hara, connecting with the essence of this often forgotten and neglected space. Through guided visualization and specific breathing we will re-connect, re-meet, re-discover the mysteries in this space and even descend into The Womb of the World. We will learn practices that have been passed on from ancient lineages and be handed the key to our creativity, vitality, sensuality and power of manifestation. We will also discover what we hold in our Womb/Hara, feel, release and cleanse what is no longer wanted. From here, we can open to an authentic connection to Source, or God.
On the second day we deepen into the Shakti Circuit, learn, breath and experience all of the 18 connecting points in the physical body, their treasures and the blockages. Then we will open the heart and re-connect our heart-soul with the Womb/Hara anchoring our center of power and wisdom with the love in our heart-soul and beyond with the Creator of our soul.
The workshop is open for men and women. This work is equally important for both.
Dates: March 31st-April 1, 2018
Location: The Center SF Sanfrancisco, CA
Contact: Shekinah firstname.lastname@example.org