Khulana a spiritual community without dogma
Khulana means 'open up' in Hindi.
Khulana is a spiritual community celebrating life and love in order to uplift our spirits.
We believe in joyful gatherings to grow, learn and connect with each other and (our) Source.
At the Khulana gatherings we practice;
Expression mostly through Ecstatic Dance and live music
as a way to connect to the Great Mystery of Life.
We encourage healthy and pure living,
yet we have no intentions of changing anything about you.
We believe acceptance is to only route to change.
Every ceremony is a combination of these four elements with different practises. At the page 'past ceremonies' you will
get an idea of the different co-creators and the practises they bring.
We believe in taking full responsibility for our own experience.
This is one of the reasons why all our ceremonies are co-creations together with artists, facilitators and the community.
We believe in strengthening the individual by encouraging community life.
When feeling unconditionally supported by a community one can make autonomous choices
regarding health and wellbeing and take the necessary steps on a spiritual path.
Anyone is welcome to join our community !
In our services we connect with Source and experience oneness.
From Source empathy grows, acceptance flows and courageousness ignites and strengthens us (even our immune systems).
The four elements you will experience during a ceremony are:
Stillness, Deepening, Expression (ecstatic dance) and Connection.
There are many ways to walk these four different paths.
(Co-)creation is an important ingredient of our services and many of our practices.
Principles in this spiritual practice are:
#1 Truth Be honest, look inside for this. There are no words to describe, only pointers. Some experiences are pointers towards truth.
#2 Beauty The arts will set us free. In order to gain freedom we apply the arts in our quest.
#3 Freedom; Respect for how anyone wishes to live his/her life. In freedom we unite. We promote healthy and pure living.
Freedom is found within.
#4 Love; Be kind, listen. Acceptance is an act of love <3
We use these principles to organise the four pathways of our spiritual journey.
During the services and gatherings we suggest our community to use the 'principles of Nagual'
in our communication in order to create a healthy environment for everyone to express him or herself in:
1# Practice impeccability of the word
2# Don’t assume anything
3# Don't take anything personally
4# You are invited to bring your best, whatever that is in this moment.