30 Days Mantra Yoga Course

Dive deeper into the theory and practice of mantra yoga!

30 Days Mantra Yoga Course

Course Details


$ 1,400


30 Days


Machhegaun, Chandragiri, Kathmandu, Nepal.

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Within the course you will:

πŸ‘‰ Receive theoretical knowledge of mantra yoga

πŸ‘‰ Learn to recite Sanskrit chants and perform mantra japa

πŸ‘‰ Learn about the different types of mantra and know how to implement

πŸ‘‰ Basic Sanskrit as the foundation for pronunciation

πŸ‘‰ Learn how to implement mantra in asana / pranayama

πŸ‘‰ Mantra related to chakras

πŸ‘‰ Experience the effect of different types of mantra

πŸ‘‰ Witness Tantric rituals

πŸ‘‰ Build your own sadhana to continue at home

πŸ‘‰ Have discourse about different Tantric Sanskrit texts

πŸ‘‰ Learn how to play the harmonium for performing kirtan (chanting)

πŸ‘‰ Learn about yantra

πŸ‘‰ Receive guidance by an experienced Guru



Dive deeper into the theory and practice of mantra yoga!

Mantra yoga is one of the five yoga systems as practiced in Tantra yoga: Hatha yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Mantra yoga, Laya yoga, Shiva-Shakti yoga. The practice of mantra is a very important part of Tantra yoga. Without mantra, there is no Tantra. The word β€˜man’ means mind and β€˜tra’ means liberation. Therefore, mantra is that which has the power to liberate the mind from its conditioning and bondage. Mantras are spandan (sound vibrations), which affect the different psychic centers of the body (chakras), and awake our spiritual consciousness. Mantras are a tool to internalize the mind and invoke the energies from within.

When mantra is practiced in the correct way and with the correct guidance, it can be of great effect on one’s spiritual evolution.

We are inviting you on this journey towards a deeper understanding and experience of mantra.

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Mantra unifies consciousness and prana. Consciousness and energy are of great influence on the mind. It can manifest in an auspicious form like spirituality, divinity, and love, or in an inauspicious way like jealousy, anger, or greediness. These essential forms of consciousness and energy are represented by the Gods and Goddesses. You do not see air, yet you give it a name based on its quality. In the same way, the Gods and Goddesses, whether Rama, Krishna, Shiva, or Durga, are all named based on their qualities and the experiences they bring. They are represented in form but they are beyond the form. What they represent cannot be grasped by the mind and therefore their picture and form are given for the external mind to comprehend. Their qualities are all different aspects of the one Paramtattwa; ultimate reality. The ungraspable becomes consciousness in their form. The experience of these different aspects takes place through mantra. 

Daily schedule:

Morning chanting in temple. Reciting of Sanskrit stotrams (chants) and mantra japa (repetition).
Havana (Tantric ritual, fire ceremony)
Yoga class (asana, pranayama) Along with gradually implementing mantra in asana/pranayama/mudra/bandha.
Free time / self study / karma yoga (selfless service)
Lecture (theory)
Afternoon class (Sanskrit, mantra pronunciation, harmonium)
Aarti (temple ceremony)
Kirtan chanting or retire to bed