The eye is the window to the soul is not just a poetic statement, it is a scientific fact. The iris reveals the complete print-out of our nervous system.
It has the ability to record everything that was damaging to our being in the form of markings on her visible surface. Each shock, physical, emotional or psychological, such as stress, injuries or operations cause a scar or a blockage in our nervous system. This prevents the electrical current from flowing freely.
By looking at these impressions, Swami Parambodhi will be able to address specific problems you wish to dissolve such as migraines, depression, allergies, impotence, premature ejaculation, menstrual pains and sexual abuse through meditation and relaxation.
In this form of bodywork, the pressure is applied to different points that are in direct contact with the nervous system. The gentle but continuous pressure and the connection between those points will transport the magnetic pulse beat of the heart to the affected areas and cause them to start pulsating.
The pulse beat has the natural tendency to fall in synchronicity with the pulse of our heart.
The electrical harmony that results from the active pulsing on different points allows the melting of the blockages, making way for inner healing!
Facilitator Bio: Parambodhi
Architect and painter, Parambodhi began his spiritual journey in the 70s after his encounter with his master Osho.
He lived in the Osho commune from 1981 to 1985, in Milano, Zurich, Berlin and Rajneeshpuram, Oregon.
He was introduced to Tibetan Pulsing by Shantam Dheeraj in the 90s. From 1992 to 1997 he was in Poona, receiving from Shantam Dheeraj the transmission of various levels of Tibetan Pulsing.
In Bagni di Lucca, Italy in 1998, for the last teachings from Dheeraj. He has been working the last 20 years in Italy, Germany, Greece, Russia, India, at the individual level and as a group process.
Continues painting and expressing the state of consciousness related to meditation. At the moment, he shuttles between Milan (Italy), Wangen (Germany), Delhi and Goa (India)