“Life is poetry in movement”

I’ve attended a one week Tantra & Tao Course at Tao Garden whose content I will share exclusively with my Patrons.

I’ve learned a lot during this week not only about health improving and enhancing techniques, but also about myself. Tao Garden is a beautiful peaceful place that sings harmony everywhere the eyes touch! Master Mantak Chia, whom I’ve previously mentioned due to his wonderful work sharing old health knowledge with everyone who wants to know about it, is the creator of this place. He also as a wide range of books that reflect much of the practices and knowledge covered by the Course, especially the Healing Love Through the Tao, available in two versions: Male and Female.

I knew on the first day of the Course that this week was going to change my life forever. I should know by now that more than the courses or the places, it’s the people we meet along the journey that make all the difference. Even though the course was quite enlightening what truly touched me was the connection with two of the most extraordinary souls I’ve ever met: Lucidor Flores and Isolda Flores. The moment I’ve started to talk with this couple, I felt an immediate connection as if I had known them all my life. And – indeed – I came to discover that the work they develop with Nación Pachamama is very powerful and inspiring and I immediately felt connected with it! Lucidor Flores gifted us with the 21 Days Practice. Meeting these beautiful souls and sharing with them my path until now was just what I needed in this exact moment and once again I was sure that “synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see”.

I feel deeply blessed to have had the opportunity to drink their words, touch their energy, see their essence and feel their spirit. Because as Lucidor explains very well we are energy, essence and spirit. We have to work these three levels as working only one of them ends up being insufficient (which ultimately explains some of my feelings towards the Kung Fu Training Experience and why I’ve decided to leave).

The world is changing with words. Words have energy and express the beauty that surround us, the divinity of what we are. Poetry – which is the closest we can come to that peaceful silence of Nature – is changing the world! In Lucidor’s own words “Life is poetry in movement” and when we dare to flow at its rhythm, we become one with it!

 

 

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