Intenational Online Congress 2021

TANTRA. Sexuality and transcendence

*You can see the recording of the congress on this website.*
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Congress information

Tantra is a path of transformation to remember our divine essence. It has multiple tools to fulfill ourselves in all areas of our life and thus be able to be fuller and happier.
In this congress we want to share the vision of Tantra practitioners and teachers. We want to teach the true purpose of this path, as well as its similarities with other spiritual paths.

In recent years Tantra in the West has become well known, but it has often been related only to sex and has lost its true essence.

One of the purposes of this congress is to give a deep vision of Tantra, understanding it as a path of abundance, joy and liberation from all suffering and ignorance.

We will learn some meditative techniques and sexual energy management to cultivate our inner being (or our true nature) in everyday life.


*You can see the recording of the congress on this website.*

Kulavadhuta and Za Choeje Rinpoche's conferences are in English, the others are in Spanish with simultaneous translation.

1 “Tantric practice to transform sexual energy into enlightenment” (only for women)
Shodashi Prajna
2 “Karma, sexuality and tantra”
Liz Padmadevi
3 “Dzogchen and Tantra"
Elias Capriles
4 “Tantra, transcending sexuality” (interactive)
Kulavadhuta Satpurunanda
5 “The artist from a tantric vision”
Samantha Salvat

6 “Tantric practice to transform sexual energy into enlightenment” (only for men)
Kulavadhuta Satpurunanda
7 “Tantric Buddhism”
Za Choeje Rinpoche
8 “Tantra in everyday life”
Laura García
9 “Tantra and Judeo-Christian Kabbalah”
Jackie Sod
10 “Wilhelm Reich's contribution to a vision of health and sexual transcendence in Tantra.”
Carlos de León


Europe: 60 € euros
México: 1200 mexican pesos
South America: The equivalent of 1200 Mexican pesos
USA: 72 $ dolars
Canada: 90 $ CAD

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    Za Choeje Rinpoche (India):

    Za Choeje Rinpoche was identified by H.H. the Dalai Lama as the sixth reincarnation of ZaChoeje Rinpoche. At the age of 16 he entered Drepung Loseling Monastery where, after ten years of study, he graduated with the Geshe Lharampa degree and continued his studies at Gyume Tantric College in India. Rinpoche first came to the U.S. in 1998 as leader of the Mystical Arts of Tibet Tour and remained to lecture on Tibetan culture and philosophy at Emory University. In 2001, together with friends and students, he established Emaho Foundation of Scottsdale, Arizona where he is the resident teacher.

ZA RINPOCHE is a Tibetan monk who first came to the world’s attention when his life story was chronicled in the first chapter of Po Bronson’s megabestseller,What Should I Do with My Life? While growing up in a refugee camp in Southern India, he was recognized by the Dalai Lama as the sixth reincarnation of the Za Choeje Rinpoche. He is the founder of the Emaho Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in Scottsdale, Arizona, dedicated to sharing Tibetan culture with the West, supporting humanitarian projects, and assisting with personal spiritual development. Za Rinpoche teaches throughout the world, while maintaining his obligations as the spiritual leader to many monks.


    Jackie Sod (Mexico):

    I am a comprehensive psychotherapist for children and adults; I teach workshops on meditation and energy management for children and adults.
    I have been practically exploring different spiritual traditions and psychotherapeutic techniques for 25 years, in search of inner peace.
    Some of these include: Kabbalah, Shamanism, Hindu Tantra, Tibetan Buddhism, Taoism, Chi Kung, Holistic Massage, Body Psychotherapy, Ontogonic Psychotherapy, and Art Psychotherapy.
    In the individual consultation, we focus on revealing the layers that limit the inner being, so that through observing them and allowing them to transform and allow you to grow in love.
    In the meditation and energy management workshops, techniques are learned that help you increase your energy, improve health and recognize the state of peace and harmony inherent in each one of us.
    I am passionate about working with children, who, in a relaxed and fun environment, receive tools to deal in a healthier and more loving way with themselves and with the environment that surrounds them.



    Kulavadhuta Satpurunanda (Sikkim, India):

    Based in the Himalayas, Kulavadhuta Satpurananda (which means the ‘Bliss of Truth’) has extraordinary wisdom and accomplishments.

    Born into a royal family in Bengal he was initiated at the age of 5 into the secret oral tradition of the Great Indian Lineage of Buddhist Tantra, then completed 29 years of study and arduous practices under a range of India’s leading mystics and masters, including the Royal Guru of Nepal. During this time he received empowerments, initiations and the secret wisdom of diverse spiritual traditions – from the wrathful order of Sufism to the secret lineage of the Christian Gnostics.

    In 1993 he was ordained as Avadhuta: master of all schools of meditation and practice.


    Samantha Salvat (México):

    Samantha Salvat is a visual artist born in Mexico city.

    Moving to Canada in her younger years, she attended Capilano College and Emily Carr School of Art & Design, culminating in a BA, with a visual arts major, from the University of San Diego, California.

    Years followed of intense travel, integration and art studies in Latin America, Europe, India, China, South East Asia; places and cultures that have greatly influenced her painting and understanding of art.
    Along with art, Samantha is passionate about the transformational practices from western and eastern traditions: life processes that evolve consciousness. Thus, she views her art career as an Integrative path of understanding the world and her self in a profound and liberating way.



    Carlos de León (Mexico):

    Doctor in Clinical Psychology and Holistic Medicine. He has dedicated more than 40 years to research, study and practical experience in related topics, especially in the area of ​​personal transformation.
    He is the founder of the Asociación de Psicoterapia y Desarrollo Transpersonal Ontogonía, A.C., in Mexico. The initiator of the unique model known as Ontogony. This model is an integration of Western and Eastern psychology, multi-denominational spiritual traditions, and scientific instruction for healing and transformation purposes. The Ontogony curriculum includes areas of religion, martial arts, chi-kung, meditation, spiritual traditions, shamanism, paranormal phenomena, and alternative healing. Not only is the psychotherapeutic process enriched, but a vision arises in which psychotherapy could become a universal tool for the realization and liberation of human consciousness.
    In addition to his academic degrees and years of experience as a psychotherapist, Carlos has personally studied with many prominent Hindu teachers. He is the head of the Anandanamah Shaivist lineage in Kashmir, India. He is a swami of the Aghori tradition of Sriman Narayan in India. He is a lineage holder of the Yogini Kaula Tantra school of Maa Parvathi Nath Saraswati. He is an expert in various martial arts, has studied Ayurvedic medicine, and is the author of eight published books.
    Carlos has given lectures and teaching in Mexico, Spain, Canada, Greece, Israel and Guatemala, sharing his extensive knowledge in transpersonal psychotherapy, tantra and the different fields included in the "Ontogonic path".


    Laura García (Mexico):

    My name is Laura, I have 30 years of experience, study and practice under the Ontogonic model of Dr. Carlos de León (certified 1994).

    My preference has been the tantric path, of which I am an instructor of meditation, awareness and energy personally and group management mainly of Hindu Tantra and Vajrayana Buddhism meditation techniques.

    Within the energy management workshops we focus on the teaching and practice of JUKI, a method in which, through smooth movements synchronized with the breath, the flow of Chi is strengthened and balanced.

    I am passionate about working with the energy and strength of feminine power, which is why I have added light ceremonies, welcoming babies, weddings, among others to my career. For me, these moments of great energy give meaning to our lives and therefore they should be celebrated and used to connect with ourselves and with our loved ones.
    Also, palmistry has been part of my path as a tool of transformation, support and knowledge.



    Elias Capriles (Venezuela):

    Dzogchen instructor, Professor Elías Capriles is one of the most respected Buddhist scholars in Latin America and has been trained with the most important Tibetan Dzogchen masters, especially with the remembered Chögyal Namkhai Norbu. Between 1977 and 1982 he spent most of his time in retreat in caves and huts in the Himalayas, dedicated to the practice of Dzogchen upadesha. He also ran shelters for spiritual emergencies in India and Nepal. A board member of the International Transpersonal Association and of the editorial boards of several international academic journals, Capriles has developed his professional career as a professor and researcher in the chair of Oriental Studies and in the Department of Philosophy of the Faculty of Humanities and Education of the University of Los Andes (Mérida, Venezuela). In addition, he has played a prominent role as an environmental activist in his country. As a writer, he has published Buddhism and Dzogchen (Ediciones La Llave) and numerous other titles on ontology, theory of value, psychology and phenomenology of mind, political philosophy and history, history of cultures, sociology, East-West comparative thought. and Tibetan Buddhism.

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    Shodashi Prajna (EEUU):

    Disciple of Kulavadhuta Satpurunanda since 2008





    Liz Padmadevi (Mexico):

    26 years of experience as a Certified Transpersonal Therapist and Body Psychotherapist by the International Institute of Ontogony in Vancouver (1994).

    Psycho-energetic psychotherapist certified by Roberto Navarro. Certified Tantra Instructor by Ontogonia México (1993). Chikung instructor of the Ontogonic School of 7 lotuses.
    20 years as Swami Initiated in the Kaula, Aghora and Trika Shaivism lineage of Kashmir by Swami Shaktananda. 17 years as Saddhu of the Ananda Nama Lineage. Certified White Crane Healing Kung Fu and Healing Massage Instructor in Vancouver by Sikung Vincent Chow. Shamanism instructor certified by Ontogonia México (1994).