Dragon’s Tears Workshop in Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Testimonial – Dragon’s Tears Workshop in the Tibetan Dzogchen Center, Tenerife, Canary Islands

Lujan,

I did the Dragon’s Tears movements again and again with my body and in my mind. One by one following each movement, each coil and rotation of the energy. As the water flows and coils, I followed the spinning direction. How it bounces to hands as I draw, as it bounces to body and so on.

There is power within the movements that creates life and energy.

I feel that you gave us a key, not a series of exercises. As I was doing them I got lost one time and I saw some movements that I previously practiced. Of course I got them wrong, poor, without the main key. I always felt there is something missing in all that and as I added the coiling movement to some of the exercises, bang…my dantien was bumping like a drum.

The key is important, the coils and shen gongs, butterfly calligraphy (extremely beautiful, integrating all three dantiens) describing the movement of the torus vector. I am completely drawn to the movements, addicted to the sensation of the gesture and magnetism.

You were right about the piercing eyes that you can feel when someone is looking at you while doing the movements. I was alone and completely absorbed in the Dragon’s Tears and I felt the eyes, I looked into the direction that I felt and guess what, A small lizard was staring at me.

These are just few thoughts that I felt to share with you.
Thanks again for everything. I needed a lot to meet you.

Love,
bralgei

 

Question

Lujan,

You mentioned during the workshop that as you do the movements one gathers emptiness and within that emptiness we also get more and more phase particles.

What are phase particles?

bralgei

You can read Lujan’s answer and coments on his page.

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