In order to perceive the presence of the Divine within us, our body and mind need to be pacified and harmonized as well as our emotions and feelings, to allow us to recognize our true Nature, beyond the illusory and loud manifestations of the Ego.

Certain tools and practices, some inherited from ancient spiritual traditions and others more modern, may be useful to facilitate this process.

This category includes all the traditional forms of Yoga as well as any practice and tool that can help the individual to connect and harmonize the body, mind and heart, in order to reconnect to its true Nature.

Here is a non exhaustive list of some of these practices:

  • Hatha Yoga
  • All the other forms of Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Chi-Qong, Tai-Chi, martial arts…
  • Emotional work
  • Group therapy
  • Workshops on personal growth, communication, conflict resolution…

Tantra (primitive):
Sexual energy is Life itself and is present in everything that is alive on this planet. When it is suppressed and cannot move harmoniously in our body, all kind of disorders take place at a physical, emotional and mental level, making it very difficult to develop a happy and fulfilling relationship with Life.

The aim of Tantra is to allow free circulation of sexual energy in the body and remove any blockages and fears preventing the flow of Life from moving smoothly between all layers of our Being.

When this energy flows freely in us, it becomes then possible to embrace all aspects of the Divine and to merge with them, to finally realize that everything

Women play a central role in educating and inspiring the discovery of this vital aspect of Life and also in promoting the healing process between the genders, reuniting the male and female polarities in a harmonious, supporting and loving way, overcoming the fear and suffering inherited from a long tradition of male authority.

This will be achieved through various workshops and sacred rituals, with or without physical involvement, according to each one’s needs and inclination.