A method designed to learn about the many selves within us, to explore the unconscious and the shadow, and to develop The Chief within. Study your Self with groups of people from over the world to get a deeper understanding of the different dimensions of your consciousness. This method is based on The Fourth Way of Consciousness.
One of the most powerful parts of our consciousness is our Unconscious that has been programmed throughout our life with scripts given to us. Here we learn to discover and release those scripts to create more space for spontaneity and our own creativity. We also learn to harness the Unconscious as a powerful resource that can help us navigate our life.
A Yoga of Consciousness to find balance for everyday life. This is a Yoga to stretch your Consciousness — to help you find the balance between flexibility and strength not only in your body and mind, but in your Consciousness. Going beyond pop-yoga of postures & meditation, beyond every limit and belief conceived by the mind — a yoga to connect with deeper levels of Self & Reality.
Also called Comadism, this is an experiential philosophy that adapts to reality as we evolve. Rather than belonging to a particular belief system, we are free to explore all and take what we like to create a fluid life experience. Instead of fixed principles and rigid morals based in past ideology, we apply the best strategy to deal with the present moment. This philosophy comes from a collective called The Faceless Beings who teach people to go and know the Self beyond the superficial appearances, to connect with our Self and others beyond the constructs of culture and normality.
Some Consciousness Nomads share their experience after participating regularly over a year…
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The primary focus at this Center is the development, exploration, and deepening of consciousness. Our approach is not purely based in any specific philosophy or practice, nor do we have a one-size-fits-all approach.
We are constantly developing new, unique, and creative techniques for the development and exploration of consciousness. This includes facing our unconscious fear, shame, and other content that is usually too overwhelming to experience for many people. As well as the exciting parts of knowing our hidden gifts and resources.
We focus on experiences interlaced with discussions as we have found this to be the best way for learning. The direct experiential practice helps in incorporating the lessons which otherwise tend to get lost and forgotten in endless talk and no action.
Using thematic experiences, we balance the seriousness and “heaviness” associated with the unconscious and deep philosophical concepts with mature playfulness. By introducing humor and creativity into the process of this exploration, people can have fun while interacting with parts of themselves which are disconnected and lost in the routines of everyday life.
And we do all this without you having to change your everyday routines — unless that’s what you want, of course! The fear of exploring anything related to “spirituality” or “consciousness” is that we may quit our job and go into the mountains and jungles — or become nomadic hippies without a care or concern in the world — or make some other drastic change in our life, and be forced to let go something that we currently love.
None of that is required!
Traditional approaches have tended to be harsh and authoritarian, demanding sacrifices and imposing unnecessary dogmatic rules. Or on the other hand just talking and preaching without any real change taking place – are you familiar with the phrases “love & light” or “holding hands and singing kumbaya”? We find these approaches to be superficial and lacking in depth and content.
We find that the most profound and effective transformation happens spontaneously, naturally, and “automatically” when people feel the desire to change from within. When this desire is internal, all that is required is the proper support and environment to facilitate the transformation to take place.
We see the development of consciousness as an additive process, something that builds upon what we already have. Any “change” that takes place happens naturally through the will of the individual.
One of the things we help with is preparing your mind, body, and heart, to arrive at this point of transformation. We do this by providing the appropriate guidance and resources based on your requirements — wherever you are in your life journey. No matter how early or late you think it is, there is always something to be discovered that is appropriate for now.
We are very dynamic in the way we design and facilitate experiences. Improvisation is one of our key tools. Personalizing the journey to your particular requirements is our passion. And adapting our “plans” to the way you respond is part of our role as facilitators.
We can use the metaphor of gardening to explain what we do. Sometimes we have to simply plant seeds. Sometimes we have to “dig deep and prepare the soil” before we can plant the seed. Depending on the seed and the personal conditions, it may require regular care, or it may just flourish on its own. While it grows from a plant to a tree, it may need some tending, or we may have to uproot and replant it in better conditions. And as it reaches maturity, this seed we planted may flourish and become a wonderful support for others in the ever-growing network of nature.
We play the role of walking along-side with you on the journey into the unknown. We provide you with the support you require as you uncover your essence and mature into your authentic being. And we do this in the most interesting ways we can imagine while incorporating support from the always fresh and surprising forces of nature and the universe.
We incorporate knowledge and techniques from anything that helps to deepen our understanding of consciousness. This Center is neither an Eastern school nor a Western institution, it is a Center that integrates disciplines and non-disciplines from various realms.
The language, devices, and techniques we use are merely tools for experiencing consciousness. We are not defined by these. We believe that abstract tools, just like any physical tool, are meant to be used — they are not meant to define or limit us. Using these tools we have the opportunity to experience and explore the innumerable facets of life.
We see life and the universe as a puzzle that keeps changing, and our approach is to keep adapting to this eternal mystery by using the most suitable tools and techniques, whether ancient or contemporary, physical or abstract. By becoming aware of unconscious resources, we can experience life with a richer understanding and deeper intelligence.
We incorporate knowledge and techniques from all areas where it helps to deepen our understanding of consciousness. This Center is neither an Eastern school nor a Western institution, it is a Center that integrates disciplines and non-disciplines from various realms.
The language, devices, and techniques we use are merely tools for experiencing consciousness. We are not defined by these. We believe that abstract tools, just like any physical tool, are meant to be used, they are not meant to define or limit us. Using these tools we have the opportunity to experience and explore the innumerable facets of life.
Our primary Intention is the exploration and development of Consciousness.
We do this by clarifying and making available knowledge about Consciousness. This external knowledge should only be used as a guide to find the knowledge within your own being. We discourage simply believing information that is provided. In the past, knowledge about consciousness was shrouded in esoteric methods to keep most people at bay. Consequently exoteric knowledge was developed to fill the gap and was adopted by a majority of society.
As time passes, an increasing number of people are moving away from both styles for a variety of reasons. Esoteric knowledge is gradually drowning into superstition and occult rituals— nowadays these practices are being adapted to mainstream consumerism by becoming more theatrical and dramatic, obliterating the knowledge it originally represented. On the other hand, exoteric knowledge became too institutionalized and corrupt for the liking of many people.
External knowledge can be perceived as something that can help to understand and interpret our own direct experiences of consciousness. Books, systems, guides, teachers, and other sources of information can be considered a Thesaurus — something that can be used as a reference for introspection and contemplation of personal experiences. Once an experience has been understood, the main work arises — to integrate this information so we can have a richer authentic experience in our everyday life.
Another one of our intentions is to build a community of individuals that support each other in this process of exploration and integration. A community that is solely about “individuality”, beyond the beliefs and labels attached to each individual.
We place a strong emphasis on integrated consciousness — to bring harmony to the four centers within each being – the mind, the body, the heart, and the mystery.
We use “mystery” to discharge any preconceived notions that people may have when referring to other commonly used terms such as soul, spirit, or anything else. These terms generally have a way of reducing something that is truly mysterious and ineffable, into something limiting and superstitious.
The mystery center within us brings the surprise element of the unknown and the unknowable into our lives. Rather than a purely intellectual pursuit of the mystery, we suggest enjoying every unique experience presented and accept the mystery for what it is.
The Center is open to respectful beings from all backgrounds and belief or non-belief systems, who have an intention to explore and develop their consciousness. Our Center does not have any doctrine, nor any fixed system or core philosophy.
Our methods are based in experiential philosophy which is knowledge gained from personal experience. We use this knowledge by dynamically choosing whatever is best suited for each situation. This gives us the flexibility to navigate the ever-changing mystery of life without attachment to rigid ideals that may not be suitable in many circumstances.
A very important note regarding participation in our center and experiences is to set the proper expectations. These experiences and “destinations in consciousness” might sound intriguing and fascinating to some people. It is essential to highlight that it requires time, effort, and persistent dedication to train yourself to reach these states.
My own journey has been going on for 8 years starting in 2014, and it was only in the fourth year that I started seeing persistent results. That said, you will certainly have wonderful experiences or glimpses along the way, the key is not to get frustrated when you lose that state or regress into old patterns.
Yet you must remember that bringing this experience to your everyday life is a challenge that requires effort. While this may not sound appealing, discovering and maintaining your power requires you to go beyond the comfortable notion of quick and easy magic pills — and the eventual result is more than satisfying.
Here are a few more things to keep in mind:
You should consider an experience at this Center if you want to:
OR, you are thoroughly bored of life and what the world has to offer, and you are interested in experiencing something different…
You should NOT consider an experience at this center if: