The trip of a lifetime
Join us on a 14 day pilgrimage as we travel through some of the holiest places in India. Here we will practice goddess worship using our bodies as living altars. Our practices will surround left-hand Sri Vidya Tantra rituals that create profound healing experiences and ecstatic awareness through awakening our Kundalini Shakti.
Each day will begin with a physical practice of Kalari, yoga and pranayama. Kalari is the oldest known martial art form and is said to be the origin of Yoga and Kung Fu. These physical practices will strengthen the body and nervous system and create a container to safely hold the intensified shakti energy that is called in through these rituals. Our dear friend and teacher, Lakshman, will be leading us with mischief and mastery through Tantric pujas and Kalari practices. Lakshman comes from a lineage of Kalari Masters and Pujaris dating back thousands of years and is a lifelong practitioner of Sri Vidya Tantra.
We will all converge at the sacred Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati. This Temple represents the yoni (womb) of the sacred mother. Here we will have 5 days of ritual, prayer and puja, diving deep into Goddess worship at its primal source and connecting to our own bodies through prayer, power and pleasure. From Kamakhya, we will travel to Kolkata and enter the fierce power of Kali at Kalighat Temple. This temple offers an authentic experience of Kali at her wildest beauty, and you will walk away electrified and pulsating with her energy. From Kolkata, we will travel by train to Varanasi, the oldest living city in the world. It is believed that those who are cremated here are offered immediate enlightenment and liberation from samsara. In Varanasi, we will stay overlooking the Ganges River and explore the breathtaking beauty of this ancient city.
Our days will be rich with meditations at ancient temples, explorations of the ghats on the banks of the Ganges River and daily practices of Kalari, yoga and pranayama. Evenings will be filled with group celebrations and puja rituals designed to awaken the divine sleeper within each of us. Our last two days in Varanasi will be spent celebrating Holi, the magnificent festival of colors, where the entire city is overtaken with bold color and ecstatic celebration.
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime?
- Traditional Tantric Goddess worship
- Pranayama practice
- Prayer and meditation at ancient temples
- Kalari martial arts practice
- Tantric pujas
- Travel India with Traditional Tantric lineage holders
- Shyama puja
- Yoni puja
- Lingam puja
- Ganges river sunrise/ sunset boat trip
- The incredible India train experience
- Open air markets
- Traditional meal experience
- Private tours through temples
- Kolkata highlights
- Ganges river prayers