Subtle Seed Scholar Program

Session 1: Self Love and Energetic Elementals

This first session in the Eden Scholar Program will take students through the unique history of Tantra, the different ways of practicing it, and the basic principles of energy movement in and around the body. Using these academic foundations, the student and practitioner will delve into beginnings of breath work and body image exploration.

  • Centering and Meditation

  • Creating Safe Space

  • Concerns and Issues

  • Types of Tantra

  • Everything is Energy

  • Resonance/Correspondence

  • Love and Tantra

  • Potency and Power of Sexual Energy

  • Eye Gazing

  • Disrobing Ceremony and Body Image Exploration

  • Belly Breath and 3 Part Breath

  • Savasana

  • Homework


 

Session 2: Pelvic Heart Connection

Second in the series, students will expand on the basics learned in Session 1, and also touched on in a regular Experiential Session. The breath and pelvic practices taught here are aimed at opening important pathways between the root and heart, leading naturally into a discussion of polarities and Shiva/Shakti principles.

  • Centering and Meditation

  • Intention and Dedication

  • Pelvic Openness and Flexibility

  • Pelvic Floor Exercises

  • Breath of Joy/Inner Smile

  • Shiva/Shakti (Masc & Fem breaths) Polarity

  • Centering and Heart Breath

  • Savasana

  • Homework

 

 

Session 3: Active & Passive Principles

This third session is designed to give students a clear understanding of the metaphysical principles that are essential to Tantric teachings. Beginning with lessons on conscious sexuality and the cosmic philosophies of dualism and integralism, practitioner and student will then move towards understanding how the concepts of chakras, kosas, and nadis function in the body. These foundations are brought to life in an intentional tantalizing at the end of the session.

  • Centering and Meditation

  • Consciousness and Sexuality

  • Dualism & Integralism, Cosmic Philosophy

  • Deeper Intro to Chakras

  • 5 Bodies and Nadis

  • Intentional Tantalizing

  • Courage and Humility

  • Savasana

  • Homework


 

Session 4: Tantric Relationships

Essential to incorporating Tantric practice into daily life is understanding how its principles relate to our most important relationships. This session addresses the meaning of loving relationships and the many practices, both solo and with a partner, that can help us enhance their positive impact in our lives.  

  • Centering and Meditation

  • Spiritual Purpose of Relationship

  • Inner Man and Woman

  • Detachment and Love

  • Polyamory and Monogamy

  • Transfiguration (Archetypal Self)

  • Eye-gazing in context

  • Circular Breath/ Yab Yum

  • Intro to Microcosmic Orbit

  • Savasana

  • Homework