Active meditation ritual developed by Atmani and Atten van de Vlugt. Seven Steps is a contemporary shamanic dance ritual, a journey back into our personal family past. We often still carry the burden of unspoken family trauma’s. Things that have happened generations ago but where covered up, never to be spoken about. Up to seven generations past these can still be influential in our daily lives, in the choices we make or in the way we feel. In the Seven steps we take a step back to heal our past and bring peace in our heart.
Buffalo Wish Dance
A contemporary shamanic ritual developed by Atmani and Atten van der Vlugt. The meditation came with the vision of a white buffalo, a sacred native-american symbol. The vision is to pass its knowledge to the modern man. In the meditation the individual soul, the tribal soul and the collective soul are investigated through dance, silence and guided meditation.
Fire Dance meditation
Active meditation in 5 stages. In the first stage shake the body from the ground up, as if energy is coming through the feet and moving through the whole body. In the second stage allow the body to move just by itself, let the energy find its own way. In the third stage release your inner child, let go of all seriousness and dance with all your heart. In the fourth stage find a spot to sit with yourself and just be aware, listen and be still. In the last stage express your gratefulness, for being alive, for the other participants or for whatever you like to be grateful about.
Merkavah Heart Understanding
Workshop developed by Amber Schulze and Atmani. The Merkavah is an ancient symbol used in many cultures throughout the world. The symbol is made of two pyramids that keep each other in balance. Therefore it symbolizes the balance of opposites; man and woman, heaven and earth, day and night etc. In the Merkavah Heart Understanding we will not understand anything with our minds, we focus on the unifying power of the heart.
Ostara Love Dance
An active meditation for forgiveness, inner peace and alignment. Ostara or Eostra is the old-germanic name for the Goddess of spring. The english word Easter is derived from her name just like the german word Oster. She is depicted as a woman that brings the light back to the world, the light is carried by hares, therefore the easter-bunny.