Judith aka Bliss, Jane Tantra Dakini
and a host of others are combining
their dedication and training to bring you a weekend of immersion into
Tantric practices for the Fall of this evolutionary year based largely on SkyDancing Tantra.
The vast body of knowledge and practices developed by Margot Anand is called “SkyDancing Tantra: The Path to Bliss.” Margot Anand is the author of several best-selling books, including the seminal classic, “The Art of Sexual Ecstasy”.
The path of SkyDancing Tantra came to Margot as a revelation rather than a tradition. Yet the path of the SkyDancer goes back to 8th century Tibet, when Yeshe Tsogyal, the enlightened consort of Buddha Padmasambhava, was called the “Great Skydancer.” Together they developed Tantric Buddhism.
When an integration of all one's experienced has taken place, we are ready for a new sexual experience in which physical pleasure becomes a delight of the heart and an ecstasy of the self.
Judith aka Bliss, Jane Tantra Dakini and fellow journeyers will be integrating their trainings, inspired by ancient traditions of holistic spirituality and sexuality: Tantric, Yogic, Buddhist, Taoist, Sufi, and Native American, among others. Blending modern techniques, such as psychology, bioenergetics, neurolinguistic programming (NLP), visualization, and effective communication skills with meditation, sacred ritual, sexual magic,and other practices into their 3 Days of Tantra in November offering for your enjoyment and ecstasy.
Reservations are limited. Make yours now to be assured of participation.
Friday November 14 7:00-10:00
Saturday November 15 10:00-5:00
Sunday November 16 10:00-3:00
Jane Tantra Dakini
Refunds offered if:
Additional notes: Participant cancels 10 days before event. $50.00 service fee will be deducted from refund.
Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.
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