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    Saying Yes to Life:  A Tantric Approach

    Join Rabia Erduman in an 8-week journey of mind body and energy work to assist in letting go of old emotions and limiting belief systems.

    The ultimate goal of Tantra is the Divine Union between the goddess Shakti and the god Shiva. The tantric path is an all inclusive path; it is about saying yes to what is happening. Accepting what is happening brings us deeper to ourselves. The denial of it creates separation.

    Ecstasy is the substance of life. If we had eyes to see, we would perceive the very air that is all around us as a fine luminous web made of ectasy, When we accept an emotion and feel it fully it dissolves back into its original state, which is ecstasy.

    So come and explore with Rabia as she guides us on a journey of mind, body, and energy work to assist in letting go of old emotions and limiting belief systems and obtain optimum balance — the dance of Shakti and Shiva, the inner masculine merging with the inner feminine. Tantra means expansion and the merging of Shakti and Shiva allows us to expand into our true nature…which is Oneness.


    Class begins Mon., Sept. 16

    7:00-9:00 PM • Cost is $105

    Pacific Coast Church

    522 Central Ave, Pacific Grove

    posted to Cedar Street Times on September 13, 2013

    Topics: Front PG News


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