This course contains all the first 4 lessons of Padi Kolam combined.
1. Threshold Guardians – In this lesson you will be introduced and Initiated into the realm of KolamYoga. Asking permission from the Threshold Guardian keepers. Learning to make Snake Kolams as an initiation into the Kolam’s sacred abode of knowledge.
2. Temple, Gopuram & Kulam – This lesson shows you how to draw with powder Paddi Kolàm, its technique, it’s spiritual significance, I take you to Temples to show you what are Gopuram and Kulam and how they are present in the template of the Kolàm. You will learn a mudra sequence of Ganesha remover of obstacles and much more…
3. Different Types – From Iyer/ Shaivite to Iyengar/ Vaishnavite Paddi Kolam, this video lesson shows you how to expand lines. Not only constructing a personalized template of a Temple, but also drawing from natures waves and spirals to hold space and growth for a deeper veneration of creation. You will learn the KoTree Mandala of arms with eyes sequence, Mantras chanted by Joy to chant along, and I show you where all you can lay down a relevant Iyengar/ Vaishnavite Padi Kolam. With a deepened understanding of its meaning in form power!
4. Sun Disc & Swastika –
This the fourth and last in the sequence of four video in our basic understanding of the Padi Kolam type. It will direct you to a deepened understanding of the power of the knot/ battery of creation called Brahmas knot! You will learn how to weave the various in crosses formed power knots together into creating sanctuary space for your personal intentions to manifest through you. I take you through Kotree Yoga asanas/ full body movements, mudras/ hand gestures, eye awakening sequence to help you on your path of consciousness.
This class also gives a summary of all that you have learned so far and how to implement its layers into one whole!
I look forward to starting with you the next four sequence, videos 5-6-7-8 of forms and shapes in Kodu Pulli Kolam.
You are most welcome to send images of your Kolam manifestations to firstname.lastname@example.org for feedback and support in your learning..