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Chandra Polyák is an international rebirthing, tantra, mystical dance and yoga teacher. As an intuitive medium, healer, coach and facilitator of courses on self-development, inner child healing and traditional tantric arts, Chandra empowers people to expand into their unique potential, greater love and purpose.
I am Chandra, and I am here to help you remember how unique you are and reconnect to the power, creativity and abundance of your real nature.
I am here to support you on the path of self-discovery, guide you beyond conditioning into freedom, spontaneity and authentic self-expression.
Chandra is the creatrix of the TantraRebirth system, a powerful model of self-development. This system begins with Rebirthing, Breathwork and Tantra at its core and incorporates potent and very effective methods from movement practices, energy work, therapeutic group processes, shamanic practices and tantric rituals.
Tantra is a complex tradition, interwoven with the spiritual teachings of India and beyond.
Unfortunately, Tantra in the west today has come to be associated with special sexual practices, different sexual postures and sexual rituals.
Although this does represent an aspect of tantra, thinking that tantra is characterized by sexual practices would not cover the truth.
While some tantric teachings mention such practices, they are not necessary parts of nor the main focus of tantric yoga.
True yogic traditions center on mantra and meditation. Many tantric texts contain no references to sexual practices at all.
Tantra is a life and body affirmative approach to the spiritual path.
There are two main approaches on the tantric path:
Is the renunciate tradition. On this path all sexual activities are voluntarily given up. This path allows the aspirant to focus entirely on practice. It is more strenuous, and is the exception rather than the rule in all times and cultures. In the modern age and in western world there is no cultural tradition to supports this approach.
Is the householder tradition, in which moderation in sexuality is practiced.
This tradition may include sexual yoga practices. It also aims at sustaining the social order through the family system, and thereby emphasizes sexual purity and loyalty.
Tantric teachings are an integral part of the spiritual traditions of India. In India a tantric master usually means a person who is a master of mantra or an energetic type of yoga practice. There are well-knows great tantric teachers who were life-long celibates. This does not mean that one has to be celibate to benefit from tantra.
Many great yogis have come from householder traditions, and many vedic rishis were married and had children. In the hindu tradition human beings can live a householder life and fulfil their social and family duties and still achieve liberation.
Yoga and so tantra yoga does encourage self-discipline and is part of an organic process of higher evolution whereby we naturally come to transcend our outer limitations into a state of inner freedom and contentment. In the yogic prospective our real happiness resides in consciousness, not in any material form, identity, or activity, still we must not give up what provides us with happiness, rather we should consider where our real happiness comes from.
Yoga tradition does not reject sexual energy either. Celibacy is only recommended along with spiritual practices to transmute that energy for usage on another level.
Tantra is a body-affirmative form of spiritual tradition, as opposed to teachings which negate the body. Tantra sees the body as a mystic symbol, and affirms the importance of the body as a temple for the divine and grants it a sacred reality.
Even though the body is not our true Self, we should respect the body and care for it properly because it is our means of gaining experience and enlightenment. Without energy and sensitivity in the body we cannot go far on the spiritual path, and we shall follow the natural intelligence of the body that shows us how to use it in the right way.
Tantra is associated with the worship of the Goddess, the feminine aspect of Divinity, however it does not limited to Goddess worship. Tantric teachings focus on Gods as well (Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma and others). It affirms that the God and Goddess go together, support each other, and shall be worshipped together.
Breathing is the essential part of our life.
Right from the day, we take birth till we leave the Earth, each one of us breathes to live. Without breath, our existence is nil. We are aware that life is absolutely dependent upon the act of breathing but, what we fail to realize is our emotions and consciousness are interconnected with breathing.
Our breath is controlled by our thoughts. The way in which we breathe is affected by how we feel. The state of emotions like the rapid pant of excitement, or short sobs, or the deep groans of frustration are a few examples of breath patterns affected by emotions. The positive thoughts mean calm breath and the negative thoughts mean restless, rapid or fast breath.
If the emotions can change the pattern of breath, the conscious change of breathing pattern can also control or change emotions, and it perfectly makes sense. Isn’t it? Unconscious breathing patterns can lead to overpowering of energy flow and emotions. Thus, it is wise to be conscious of the breath and how it impacts all areas of the body, mind, and soul.
Our breathing should be full and free, not stuck or blocked, or locked into any set pattern. It should be alive, responsive, changing, fluid, flowing. In other words, we need to cultivate the habit of tuning into our breathing—observing it, paying attention to it. We need to do this at different times, during different activities— in order to learn how breathing effects and how is it affected by physical activities as well as our emotional and psychological states.
Our breath is like an anchor that supports and helps us to control it and become conscious of the various facets of energy and emotions within the body. Our breathing system is the only system which is voluntary and involuntary that is, it can be changed at our will.
The breath is a bridge to consciously release the negative energies from our body and mind. By breathing consciously, we can become aware and experience the functioning of the mystical consciousness. The breathing has an important role in creating a physical and emotional well being. Through conscious breathing, we can get to know ourselves, our different goals in life and we can also improve our health.
Rebirthing is a powerful and uniquely effective tool of transformation.
It is a complete system in itself, containing integrated practices of psychological exploration, self-awareness, breathwork, practices with the elements of nature, such as earth, water, fire.
The different tools/techniques are already transformative on their own.
However, to attain the greatest benefits, it is highly recommended to use each tool as they complement one another and together bring extra potency to the Rebirthing process.
During the process of transformation, we explore our relation to previous experiences and their effects on our lives.
Previous experiences constitute those from various areas of our lives: birth, childhood, school, relationships with parents and other significant adults, intimate relationships, even past lives.
One of the reasons Rebirthing is so powerful is because we gradually and systematically scan through each area, learning, and understanding where our shadow parts reside, focusing on integrating them, and thus allowing the transformation to happen.
Another explanation for the power of Rebirthing is that, since each area is connected to every other, transforming any of those limiting beliefs has an impact on every other area.
We have designed a structure addressing the different areas of one’s life to facilitate this systematic scanning.
Each TantraRebirth module covers one important area of the human experience and complements each of the others. The modules are ordered in a way such that some are based on others and in those cases, one module will form a prerequisite for the other.
The topics of the TantraRebirth Modules are:
This is the First Modul for all TantraRebirth applied for personal work, and it forms a prerequisite for all other modules. The focus of this program is transforming core beliefs, activating the body healing mechanism, increasing self-awareness, experiencing a greater love for oneself and for others.
Participants emerging from this program will be confident, knowledgeable, self-trusting, vibrant, and ready to guide his or her own process and ongoing self-balancing.
5 days of this program are dedicated to acknowledge, accept and transform experiences around birth, conception, body image, abandonment issues, healing the Mother Wound.
Another 5 days of this program to focus on healing the Inner Child. Starting at age 2, until around puberty, including the Father, would, school trauma, self-worth, self-confidence.
This Training highlights advanced practices, such as water rebirthing sessions, tantric fire rituals, personalized coaching sessions.
The program is centered around the holistic universal wish for love and fulfillment. Coaches and individuals specializing in other types of healing modalities are welcome to pursue this training as a profound supplemental offering.
Empowerment – Rebirthing Facilitator Training
This program is recommended and available for those who have the capacity and desire to guide individuals through their own healing processes.
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