Chandrakala has been working to awaken human consciousness and in the field of holistic education since 1983. Trained initially in counselling, rebirth and massage therapy at Hartwood College of Healing Arts in California, she subsequently became co-founder of the Éveil du Verseau meditation and personal growth centre in Rimouski. Chandrakala is among the pioneers who led the way in the personal development movement in Quebec in the ‘80s.
Chandrakala then spent 10 years living in an ashram in Pune, India. There, she was actively involved in the Osho Multiversity and for five years ran the Faculty for Centering and Zen Martial Arts, a school that offered teachings inspired by Zen, Sufi and Taoist traditions, as well as the Fourth Way based on Gudjieff’s sacred movements. Chandrakala’s work has evolved from a meeting between Eastern traditions and Western body-mind approaches, with the overall goal of understanding, manifesting and harmonizing the body, heart and mind connection. Her work focuses on developing one’s personal responsibility in order to reach the fullest potential of individual vitality.
Chandrakala has worked in many different countries including India, Taiwan, Sweden, Greece, Mexico, the United States and Canada. Now based in Quebec, she guides different centering and awareness experiences including Zen Satori retreats, Gurdjieff’s sacred movement, Chi Kung, meditation retreats, Vipassana and various theme-based approaches. These include “From Fear to Faith,” “Building a Conscious Relationship with Self and Others,” “What Now? Am I Victim or Creator of My Life?” and “Die Before You Die, the Art of Letting Go to Lighten Your Load. »
Une expérience d’éveil et d’ancrage
Ces mouvements sont une stratégie pour éveiller la conscience à moitié endormie dans une vie d’habitudes et d’absence qui contrôlent et réduisent le potentiel énergétique au minimum.