"Djela" means "Forward". This title is chosen by analogy with the theme of Terra Luminosa "Gate, gate, para gate, para sam gate Bodhi Svaha". These words from the Buddhist text "the Sutra of the Heart of Wisdom" can be translated as "Go, go, go beyond, beyond the Beyond, to the shore of Awakening, be it so. "
Such is our intention in the exploration of intimacy: pleasure and healing, playing and awareness, enjoying and letting go.
The desert naturally invites us to a slow rhythm. Its warmth is soft, pleasant and conducive to relaxation.
It offers very favorable conditions to contact our bodies, physically, energetically and emotionally.
This natural condition facilitates the practices as known in the Tantric workshops.
And we deepen these practices with absolute respect for the conventions of the society in which we travel (this is no different from our approach in Europe).
There are, however, two essential differences from these European workshops:
The practices are less abundant because we willingly dedicate a lot of time to the discovery of the desert and life in common.
We need fewer external elements of relaxation because it is the desert itself that provides this support necessary for the perception of the currents of fine energy in your body.