A Bridge Between Worlds
A Seven-Day Maya Dreaming Journey
Yucatan, November 15 to 21, 2020
Our First Maya Dreaming Journey is now booked and there are no spots available. However, we are very happy to announce a SECOND Maya Dreaming Journey, to take place from November 15 to 21, 2020. Register now and don’t miss it!
Join this exclusive seven-day journey to some of the most sacred and powerful cities of ancient Mexico, to experience deep calm and confidence while strengthening your body and mind.
In this seven-day journey we will visit several of the most relevant Mayan Cities, to learn about their beliefs about life and the universe and their impact on our life today.
More than just a Mesoamerican civilization that began around 3,000 BC, the Maya were (and are) an extraordinary, magical and complex culture. Known for mind-blowing astronomical, mathematical, artistic and architectural developments, the Maya built thousands of cities that contained schools, libraries, hospitals, sports arenas and observatories (they predicted eclipses and the rising and setting of Venus; they invented the concept of zero before the Europeans, among many advances). The ruins of their cities tell a story of stunning intelligence and a strongly developed artistic culture. They had a unique mythology, available to us today. Coming in contact with these cities can be a life-changing journey that you will remember!
And as you experience the power and beauty of the most outstanding centers of wisdom of the ancient world, you will be guided to reflect on your own life, to find your own wisdom and light within.
This is not a tour. It is a transformative journey where you will daily practice:
- Movement and breathing sequences to release your stress
- Eat healthy foods to regain your stamina
- Engage in dreaming exercises to shift and enhance your perception
- Recapitulate to acknowledge your wisdom within.
A bridge between Worlds refers to the bridging of the affairs of our daily world, our careers and external accomplishments, with our inner world, our soul’s purpose, our relationship to the universe and our access to other realms of reality and perception. Bridges are what we need the most in our today worlds, to alleviate pressure by accepting other views and ways of living and being. At the bridge we can experience balance and equanimity. There we can embrace a larger view of our lives and reach a better understanding of ourselves and of others.
A Bridge between Worlds is a state of awareness that encourages creativity without limits and gives birth to poetry, music, and to new ways of relating. It’s where the world of solidity and certainty cracks open, revealing the immeasurable beauty of our existence.
Our Maya Dream Journey takes place on November 15-21, 2020. We will pick you up at the Cancun Airport, and then travel first to Chichen Itza and marvel at its sacred buildings, including “El Castillo,” the pyramid and temple of the plumed serpent Kukulcan. After spending two days at Chichen Itza, on our third day we will drive East for two hours to Uxmal.…Read More
It is one of the most enigmatic legacies of the Mayan civilization. The city is built around a large Cenote believed to be the entrance to the underworld. We will spend two nights at the wonderful 4-star hotel Mayaland located at the site itself, with its own, direct access to the archeological area, which is recognized as one of the wonders of the ancient world.…Read More
Uxmal is one of the sacred destinations of the Mayan world from the classical period, and one of the best preserved sites in Mexico, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the home of the ‘Pyramid of the Magician’, a 115 feet pyramid structure built in the sixth century and believed to have been built under the direct guidance of the magician-god Itzamna.…Read More
Calakmul is one of the oldest Mayan cities hidden inside the jungles of the greater Petén Basin region, next to the border of Guatemala, and site of one of the tallest Mayan temples in Mexico. Calakmul will be the most remote of our destinations, where we will immerse ourselves in the 6,750 ancient structures that have been discovered there, without huge crowds of tourists, a wonderland of more than 800 rain forest plants.…Read More
Bacalar, the ‘lagoon of the seven colors’, is located near the Belize border. Within the lagoon there are three different cenotes, whose waters overflowed and created this beautiful long mirror of water. It is fed by a 450km underground river that is part of the world´s largest subterranean water cave tunnel system. It contains an extensive structure of modern freshwater stromatolites, dating back 6,000 to 10,000 years.…Read More
Tulum is situated on 39 feet tall cliffs along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea. It has an astonishing tropical beach backdrop, and is the site of a Mayan Observatory, dedicated to the study of the stars. Tulum was one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Maya and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico.…Read More
Tuition + Registration Includes
- Pick up and drop off at the airport
- Drive to all Mayan cities and to all hotels
- Six-nights hotel accommodations for double occupancy including buffet breakfast
- Guided visits to Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Calakmul and Tulum. Please note: park entrance fees are not included
- Eighteen hours of workshop content including, Being Energy Movement and Breath sequences, Recapitulation and reflective exercises, dreaming and visualization exercises.
Seven-Day Maya Dreaming Journey (Eight Installments)
Eight Automatic Monthly Installments
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