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INTENTIONAL SINGING AND DANCING

In SACRED WORLD by Adam DreislerLeave a Comment

Singing is another powerful technique that has been practiced by all spiritual cultures all over the world. Set the intention that your song may be healing and nurturing for yourself, all beings and the planet, and then sing whatever sounds and melodies come to you.

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THE MANDALA OF SACRED FIRE

In SACRED WORLD by Tara Trinley WangmoLeave a Comment

As one of the powerful elements from the spiritual culture of India, the sacred fireplace, called dhuni, is a skillful tool to capture the ordinary mind and lead it toward infinity. It is a natural outer mandala for yogis and yoginis, a complete installation, both for the wanderer and the hermit.

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COURTESANS OF ANCIENT INDIA

In SACRED WORLD by Tara Trinley Wangmo2 Comments

Kamala’s flamboyant and erotic skills were not something to be sold, but were part of her repertoire as a teacher from whom a supplicant could receive lessons. Her life example playfully demonstrates independence, dignity and a cultured personality.

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THUNDERHOOF EXPERIENCE

In SACRED WORLD by Hamid Sardar-afkhami1 Comment

Hamid Sardar-afkhami created, what he calls the Thunderhoof Experience, where riders are introduced to a deeper level of horse-human interplay, the silences and nuances of horse communication and importance of reaching beyond human intellect in order to intuit what the horse is trying to say.

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OUR SACRED WORLD

In SACRED WORLD by Tara Trinley Wangmo2 Comments

To see, to hear, to smell, to taste, and touch is the sacred mandala of the five elements. To look into something very closely is to discover infinite, open space. Not only around the things but the things themselves are endless.

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ABYSS OF PURITY

In SACRED WORLD by Heide Koch1 Comment

Each and every look, word and touch, every episode and even a seeming burden or conflict makes perfect sense, is the starting point, a precious opportunity to practice profoundly and sincerely what we least think we can.