An essential step towards the revival of the “God/ Goddess” within each of us.
Everyone is familiar with the five senses, yet did you know that humans are endowed with numerous other channels of perception? At Damanhur, we refer to these as the “inner senses”; in particular, the sense of dreaming, the sense of memory, the sense of the exchange, the sense of desire, and the sense of the divine. The ability to perceive with this fuller range of senses and effectively use them can exponentially catalyze one’s potential for living a divinely inspired life.
This course of study follows two main themes:
- directly activating the inner senses and
- enhancing the microlines, or the energy channels, within the human body. These two experiences, when combined, create an intimate journey both inward and beyond the limits of what we typically think of as “reality.”
Led by expert instructors, participants will explore the “subtle organs” and learn why they are important.
In the 2nd level, the class will focus on activating the microlines, thereby liberating the physical body so that its energy can flow freely.
The coursework is further intensified in a safe and humorous way by Selfic instruments, the subtle spiritual intelligences that are unique to Damanhur. Made mostly of copper and precious metals, Selfica are living forms that serve as a bridge between the physical and other energetic planes. The result of experimenting with these inner senses is a heightened connection to our most extraordinary potentials, and a sweet pathway towards reviving and living our divine nature.
By the end of the course, participants will have actively re-conquered their inner skills and tools, learned to effectively use them, and cleansed their energetic body in order express themselves at the highest possible level.
Central Damanhur (Piedmont, Italy)
Saturday 10am-1pm and 3pm-7pm CET (Italian Time)
Sunday 9:30am-12:30pm and 2pm-4pm CET
(The schedule is approximate and subject to variations.)
A complete visit to Damanhur and the Temples of Humankind (minimum half-day) is required for this course.