Quetzalcoatl (The Climbing Serpent): Kundalini Energy to Heal the Chakras

Quetzalcoatl, known worldwide as “the Feathered Serpent,” means “the climbing serpent” in the original Nahuatl and is understood as a kind of serpentine, rising energy. For practitioners of the Toltec tradition, it​ is​ also a spiritual discipline through which we learn the 7 chakras (Totonalcayos in Mexico) and the ancient technique called Teotihuacana and Tolteca. These practices help serpent/Kundalini energy rise through the body through​ a series of ​timed ​breaths, which are released according to ancient, numerological patterns​. This specific form of healing is designed to help guide our destiny.











When: Fri., Feb. 1, 2019 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: New York Open Center
22 E. 30th St.
212-219-2527
Price: Members $35; Nonmembers $40
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Quetzalcoatl, known worldwide as “the Feathered Serpent,” means “the climbing serpent” in the original Nahuatl and is understood as a kind of serpentine, rising energy. For practitioners of the Toltec tradition, it​ is​ also a spiritual discipline through which we learn the 7 chakras (Totonalcayos in Mexico) and the ancient technique called Teotihuacana and Tolteca. These practices help serpent/Kundalini energy rise through the body through​ a series of ​timed ​breaths, which are released according to ancient, numerological patterns​. This specific form of healing is designed to help guide our destiny.

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