Understanding and Applying Knowledge of the 6 Distinct Phases of the Way of Fire that Ensure Complete and Stable Realization of One’s True Nature through the vehicle of the Body and its Nondual Energies
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
In the Oral-Practice tradition of Trika Mahāsiddha Yoga great emphasis is placed upon the practitoner’s steady progression through 6 phases of the path. Only by paying close attention to completing each stage can the sadhak be assured that they will:
1. Realize the true fruit of the Way of Fire, which is the irreversible realization of One’s Essential Nature.
2. Have an unbroken and stable experience of their Essential Nature.
3. Avoid the obstacle of mistaking delusory spiritual experiences that mimick true realization.
4. Come to know the difference between having powerful automatic “energetic awakenings” (prānothana skt.) of bliss, pleasure, etc. and moments of clear recognition of One’s Nature (pratyabhijña skt.).
5. Avoid the pitfall of the difficult to cure category of diseases caused by incorrect yogic practice - Prānā Disease (or - wind disease). Prāna diseases can affect sleep, mind and emotions, heart and lungs. They come on very slowly over many months and once established deeply in the tissues and organs are very hard to rectify.
Regardless of the style of yoga you currently practice, if you are seeking total liberation from samsara via the path of Kundalinī Hatha Yoga, you will gain invaluable knowledge from this class.
This class will have ample time for questions and answers to help clarify your practice.
* If you are not able to attend in person, you will be granted access to the recordings.
About the Teacher
Dharma Bodhi (Kol Martens)
Dharma Bodhi began practicing yoga at age seven, and in his teens moved into practices of Chan Buddhism and Daoism. He then went on to study non-dual Śaivite yoga and completed Ācārya training in 1996 under his non-dual Śaiva Guru with an emphasis in Kundalinī Hatha Yoga. Since that time he has been studying and practicing Tibetan Dzogchen meditation and yoga. Settled in Costa Rica, Dharma Bodhi and his wife, Sahaja Dakinī, dedicate their time to raising their family, personal practice and teaching the Oral-Practice Tradition of the Mahāsiddhas to small groups of students.