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“The Samāyā Path – Part II” with Dr. Dale Buegel – December 9 – 11, 2016

“The Samāyā Path – Part II” with Dr. Dale Buegel, December 9 – 11, 2016

The internal path of samāyā tantra develops the subtle senses in order to work directly with the prāṇas and textures of the elements. Part I  focused on the upper cakras and part II will focus on the lower three cakras. Balancing the prāṇas at the cakras is key to understanding one’s relationship to both the manifest and unmanifest universe. Merging with the consciousness of each cakra is a blissful path to understanding the relationship of self to Self.

All four sessions – $80.00 – Register here.

Friday Evening, December 9, 2016 – $25.00 – Register here

Saturday Morning, December 10, 2016 – $25.00 – Register here

Saturday Afternoon, December 10, 2016 – $25.00 – Register here

Sunday Morning, December 11, 2016 – $25.00 – Register here.

Dr. Buegel ‘s Workshop: $25/single session, $80/all sessions.
Significant others and students with ID 1/2 off.
Significant other and student discounts will be given with in-person registration, not available online.

Friday evening, December 9, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM – Mūlādhāra Cakra and the Lower Gateway

Methods of cakra balancing will be taught that can then be applied to other cakras. Much of the healing potential of the cakras is associated with the lower cakras. The lower gateway of this cakra also allows access to the cosmic source of energy from below.

Saturday morning, December 10, 10:00 AM to 12 noon – Maṇipūra: The Abode of Agni

Balancing the prāṇas at this cakra allows access to the solar energy associated with the fire element, agni. The vitality that yogis continue to enjoy with their longevity, in part, stems from practices involving maṇipūra cakra.

Saturday afternoon, December 10, 1:15 PM to 3:15 PM – Svādhiṣṭhāna Cakra

This cakra presents the challenge of balancing the prāṇas to open the gate to suṣumnā while detaching from the gross senses. It also holds the key to restoring fluidity and flexibility in esoteric therapeutic work.

Sunday morning, December 11, 10 AM to 12 noon – The Practice of Bhūtaśuddhi

Though the usual translation of bhūtaśuddhi  is “purification of the elements”, Swami Rama defined it as “past” (bhūta) “purify” (śuddhi). Working with the textures of the elements is key to the process of transmutation and transformation, including rebalancing all that has built up in one’s past history. We will use the subtle perceptions developed in the previous workshops of the series to deepen the practice of bhūtaśuddhi.