Chinmaya Shakti
My name is Camelia and my spiritual name is Chinmaya Shakti.  I design yoga art experiences using yantra, mantra and mandala.

My infatuation with designing, transforming and preserving energy systems has lead me into working with different setups exploring flows of energy – organic food growing, sustainable landscaping, dancing, yoga and devotional chanting. I work with petals, grains, water, narratives, visuals, wind, fire, movement and anything else that I feel inspires people to come into close connection with nature and their true self within the framework of yoga and art based experiences.

The rituals I design are inspired by my studies with the yogic masters of the Bihar School of Yoga and are brought into everyday life to celebrate special moments in a more spiritually aware way with nature and are connection to self and others. I believe that the feeling of inspiration releases energy and is a most powerful source of wellbeing. Sea Mandala art is featured at weddings, community events, harvest celebrations and other special events.

I also run classes exploring the subtleties of yoga with sound, movement and art.

www.seamandala.com

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Posted: 26 May 2014 By: Emma Thomas

In July 2013 I did a lovely workshop with Chinmaya Shakti: we danced, meditated, chanted, painted and created a beautiful yantra from natural materials. I found the day to be a perfect balance between movement and stillness, and came away from the workshop feeling much more peaceful and in touch with myself. Exploring the energy and meaning of tantras was fascinating. First we used paint on paper, and then a combination of earth, spices, seeds and pulses, to recreate the yantra. This really deepened the meditation and revealed further levels to the symbol. All in all, a nourishing, fun and meditative combination of activities!


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In July 2013 I did a lovely workshop with Chinmaya Shakti: we danced, meditated, chanted, painted and created a beautiful yantra from natural materials. I found the day to be a perfect balance between movement and stillness, and came away from the workshop feeling much more peaceful and in touch with myself. Exploring the energy and meaning of tantras was fascinating. First we used paint on paper, and then a combination of earth, spices, seeds and pulses, to recreate the yantra. This really deepened the meditation and revealed further levels to the symbol. All in all, a nourishing, fun and meditative combination of activities!

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Movement in Nature

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How to Grow Up

Life is too short for how little I am. Keep growing up. Learning with mandalas is fun. read more

The Holy Trinity of Tantra

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Shiva and Shakti Coming Together

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Autumnal Sounds of Transformation

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