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Join this magical yoga retreat in beautiful Manali, India, for an amazing holiday. This retreat will be led by Dhyan Saurabh and Prem Anand Shakti, the English and Hindi speaking facilitators. During this retreat, you will go on a very powerful journey through your seven chakras, and through various activities from daily therapeutic and flow yoga sessions to meditation and deep practice of breathing techniques. Your holiday will take place in a magical, stunning space with so much healing inside and outside, just come and experience the special things that Rising in Yoga has to offer! The promise is to bring you back to who you are really meant to be.
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The retreat is situated right in the middle of the stunning Himalayas, very close to Manali. It is surrounded by huge Deodar trees and lush green nature that will literally take your breath away. The rooms are so tasteful with views that are a dream.
This seven-chakra journey with yoga, meditation and breath work retreat is based on the yogic panchakosa system or the five layers of consciousness, that promises to bring you back to your natural health, vitality, balance, and joy. The invitation is to move beyond individual neurosis and emotional pain accumulated and deposited in the physical and subtle bodies due to past trauma and stressful modern-living, which are the cause of many psychosomatic illnesses.
This will be done through an intense process of deep cleansing on the inside (energetic, mental and emotional bodies) and outside (physical body) which in turn, awakens the body’s own healing ability leading to an experience of ananda (bliss), the original state of being.
As there are seven bodies, so there are also seven chakras, energy centers, and each chakra is connected in a special way with its corresponding body.
The chakra of the physical body is the muladhar. This is the first chakra and it has an integral connection with the physical body. The muladhar chakra has two possibilities. Its first potential is a natural one that is given to you by birth; its other possibility can be attained through meditation.
The basic natural quality of this chakra is the sex urge of the physical body. The very first question that arises in the mind of the seeker is what to do in regard to this basic urge. Now there is another possibility of this chakra, and that is brahmacharya, celibacy, which is attainable through meditation.
The second body is the emotional or etheric body. The second body is connected to the second chakra - the swadhishthan chakra. This also has two possibilities. Basically, its natural potential is fear, hate, anger, and violence. All these states, these qualities, emanate from the natural potential of the swadhishthan chakra. If a person stagnates at the second body, then the opposite qualities needed for transformation - love, compassion, fearlessness, friendliness - do not arise.
The obstacles on the meditator’s path at the second chakra are hate, anger and violence, and the question is of their transformation. Here too the same mistake is made. One person can give vent to his anger, another can suppress his anger. One can just be fearful; another can suppress his fear and make a show of courage. But neither of these will lead to transformation.
The third is the astral body. This also has two dimensions. Primarily, the third body revolves around doubt and thinking. If these are transformed, doubt becomes trust and thinking becomes vivek, awareness. If doubts are repressed you never attain shraddha, trust, though we are advised to suppress doubts and to believe what we hear.
He who represses his doubts never attains trust, because those doubts remain repressed inside him. His doubt will creep within like a cancer and eat up his vitality. Beliefs are implanted for fear of skepticism. You will have to understand the quality of doubt, you will have to live it and go along with it. Then one day you will reach a point where you begin to have doubt about doubt itself. The moment this happens, trust arises.
You cannot reach the clarity of discrimination without going through the process of thinking. There are people who do not think and people who encourage them not to think. They say, “Do not think; drop all thoughts.” He who stops thinking lands himself in ignorance and blind faith. This is not clarity. The power of discrimination is gained only after passing through the most subtle processes of thinking.
The fourth plane is the mental body or the psyche, and the fourth chakra, the anahat, is connected with the fourth body. The natural qualities of this plane are imagination and dreaming.
This is what the mind is always doing: imagining and dreaming. It dreams by night and daydreams by day. If imagination is fully developed, that is to say if it is developed to its fullest extent, in a complete way, it becomes determination, will. If dreaming develops fully it is transformed into vision - psychic vision. If a man’s ability to dream is fully developed he has only to close his eyes and he can see things. He can then even see through a wall.
At first he only dreams of seeing beyond the wall; later he actually sees beyond it. Now he can only guess what you are thinking, but after the transformation he sees what you think. Vision means seeing and hearing things without the use of the usual sense organs.
The fifth chakra is the vishuddhi chakra. It is located in the throat. The fifth body is the spiritual body. The vishuddhi chakra is connected to the spiritual body. The first four bodies and their chakras were split into two. The duality ends with the fifth body.
The difference between male and female lasts until the fourth body; after that it ends. If you observe very closely, all duality belongs to the male and the female. When the distance between male and female disappears, at that very point all duality ceases. The fifth body is non-dual. It has only one possibility, not two.
Hence the meditator need not make much effort here, because here there is nothing contrary to develop; one has only to enter. By the time you reach the fourth body, you develop so much capability and strength that it is very easy to enter the fifth body. In this case how can you tell the difference between a person who has entered the fifth body and one who has not?
The sixth is the brahman sharira, the cosmic body, and the sixth chakra is the agya chakra. Here there is no duality. The experience of bliss becomes intense on the fifth plane and the experience of existence, of being, on the sixth. Asmita will now be lost. Even “I am” will vanish, only is-ness will remain. The “I” will vanish at the fifth body and “am-ness" will vanish as you go beyond the fifth. The “is-ness” will be felt; tathata, suchness will be felt.
Nowhere will there be the feeling of “I” or of “am”; only that which is remains. So here will be the perception of reality, of being - the perception of consciousness. But this consciousness is free of me; it is no longer my consciousness. It is only consciousness - no longer my existence, but only existence.
Nirvana means the extinction of the flame. That which was “I” is extinct; that which was “am” is extinct. But now we have again come into being by being one with the all. Now we are the brahman, and this too will have to be left. He who is ready to take the last jump knows both existence and nonexistence.
This retreat and breath work includes many processes which you will learn and practice.
This retreat includes holy temple visits and beautiful nature walks and hot springs / trekking.
Dhyan Saurabh took to the path of yoga 15 years ago and used it to heal himself from recurrent health issues. Subsequently, he deepened his yoga practice and learned many different healing arts, including meditative inquiry, and now is a spiritual seeker dedicated to the journey to self. He has a pure heart with a childlike innocence that creates a safe space to rejuvenate the body, mind, and soul. His retreats and treatments will transport you into a deep state of silence, self-love, and awakening.
Prem Anand Shakti
Prem Anand Shakti is a unique spiritual and holistic healer from Ireland, now living in the Himalayas. She is highly dedicated to her work of consciousness and spiritual development. She is also a certified bio-dynamic rebalancing massage therapist, Neo Reiki healer, and a yoga teacher. Her key aim to her practices is to fully devote her energy and gifts to her clients so that each person that leaves her space is fully satisfied and feeling light with a sense of calmness and completeness.
This retreat will take place in Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India. The retreat is situated right in the middle of the magical Himalayas, very close to the hottest spot in Manali. It is surrounded by huge Deodar trees with lush green nature that will literally take your breath away.
On this retreat, you will be served delicious organic food daily. The kitchen only serves the finest and purest vegetarian food made only with love.
Indulge yourself with Ayurvedic yoga massage, conscious touch massage therapy, and Osho rebalancing biodynamic massage therapy for extra charges.
The nearest airport is Kullu–Manali Airport (KUU) in Bhuntar located approximately 30 kilometers away from Rising in Yoga Luxury Retreat. Domestic flights connect Bhuntar with Delhi and Chandigarh. Once at the airport, you can take a pre-paid taxi to Naggar in Manali. However, owing to weather conditions, flights are not the most reliable option for getting to or out of Manali.
Major railway station near to Manali on Indian Railway Broad Gauge network is Una in Himachal Pradesh. A narrow-gauge line also run between Pathankot to Joginder Nagar. But the best way to reach Manali by train is to leave the train at Chandigarh Railway Station and catch a bus from there.
Manali is very well-connected to important tourist destinations like Leh, Shimla, Kullu, Dharamshala, and New Delhi by means of a network of state-run as well as private buses. The bus journey from Delhi to Manali is 550 kilometers and it will be advisable to book your tickets in the air-conditioned Volvo coaches as the buses will be more comfortable than ordinary ones, keeping in mind the long distance of the journey. The minimum time a bus takes to reach Manali from New Delhi is 12 hours 30 minutes. It is the cheapest way to reach Manali from New Delhi.
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