Jason Samadhi

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“Shante Ishta,” A Guided Tantra Heart Meditation *

Experience a science and esoteric integrated meditation for creating heart-mind coherence through tantric awareness cultivation.

* Course audio currently available in English only.

"Shante Ishta,” a Guided Tantra heart Meditation Mini-Course

“Shante Ishta,” Tantra Heart Meditation Mini-Course *

master your breath, master your life

Transform your life, improve your health, and increase your energy in minutes leveraging the most accessible holistic health tool on the planet—your breath. The benefits of conscious breathing for healing are frequently felt right away:

Mind

  • Access and heal suppressed feelings, resentments and traumas.
  • Free yourself, taking control of your mental and emotional health.
  • Achieve deep states of self-awareness.
  • Attain even states of calm and focus.

Body

  • Decrease heart rate & blood pressure.
  • Activate your parasympathetic nervous system, giving you a calm feeling.
  • Relax neck and chest muscles through deeper diaphragmatic breathing.
  • Increase oxygen to cells and organs.

Soul

  • Transcend your body and mind.
  • Connect with your inner spirit.
  • Let go of your ego mind and establish a connection with the universe.
  • Achieve spiritual awakenings for higher states of consciousness.

“Shante Ishta,” Tantra Heart Meditation Mini-Course *

What Will You Experience?

Shante Ishta: The Single Eye of the Heart is a seven-part mini-course that integrates science and esoteric meditation for creating heart-mind coherence through tantric awareness cultivation.

Lesson one

Tantra spiritual movement

Tantra is often misunderstood, especially in western culture, because of the sexual aspects of the yoga practice; that is, in fact, a small part of the Tantra tradition.

Lesson Two

Practice cultivating awareness

Awareness cultivation is an accessible practice of energy bodywork available to all of us—allowing all of us to take in fullness from the inside out without a dependency on external sources.
Lesson Three

Heart-Mind Harmony

When we harmonize our heart and mind, we tap into a potential that gives us super abilities.

Lesson Four

Awakening the Heart-Brain Union

Most of the conversation is coming from our heart to our mind. A lesser conversation is happening in reverse from the brain, down through the spine to our heart. Together, both organs work together via the shared neural network in our body.
Lesson Five

Gamma Brain Wave State

Through heart-mind harmony, we can also achieve the Gamma brainwave state, intentionally. The Gamma brainwave state is what Tibetan monks achieve, intentionally and on demand, to accomplish feats of healing, awareness, and deep intuition.
Lesson Six

The Heart-mind harmony technique

In a state of heart-mind coherence, the brain sends healing chemistry that increases immune response, releases anti-aging hormones, awakens our senses, and engages the Gamma brain wave state. In this lesson, you’ll learn the three steps to the “Heart-Mind Harmony” technique.
Guided Meditation

Shante Ista: The Single Eye of the Heart

In this guided meditation, we are going to combine the techniques of Tantric awareness cultivation Heart-Mind Harmony.

Have fun with the heart-mind harmony technique and Tantric awareness cultivation. Use the parts that work for you and leave the rest behind. There is no need to strive for perfection. Through play and experimentation, practice makes great—not perfect.

“Shante Ishta,” Tantra Heart Meditation Mini-Course *

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is breathwork?

Your breath brings oxygen into your body so that you can thrive. When you are physically or emotionally stressed, it affects how you breathe. Breathwork helps to calm your stress and bring balance to your body.

People have been practicing breathwork for thousands of years, and it has roots in yoga practice. The basic idea of breathwork is to release toxins and stress when you breathe out and nourish your mind and body when you breathe in.

What are the health benefits?

It’s easy to become overwhelmed by stress and feel out of control. When you focus on breathing, you allow your body the chance to reset and recover from the negative side effects of stress.

Physical health benefits of breathwork may include:

  • Balanced blood pressure
  • More time in deep sleep
  • Reduction of PTSD and feelings of trauma
  • Stronger respiratory function
  • Better immune system
  • Release of stress hormones from your body

Is breathwork safe?

In general, breathwork is a perfectly safe activity that almost anyone can do with limited risk. It’s been scientifically proven to offer many benefits for physical and mental health, and has even been recommended by medical professionals to help patients improve their breathing.

Anyone feeling uneasy about trying breathwork can seek out private sessions, workshops, and retreats where they’ll be able to learn and experience breathwork under the guidance of trained facilitators.

How do I prepare for breathwork?

  • Wear comfortable clothes. Yoga style clothing is perfect.
  • Don’t eat 2 hours before. All breathwork techniques should be done on an empty stomach, either in the morning before breakfast after rehydrating with water, or at least 2 hours after eating a full meal.
  • Get comfortable. Begin the session by making sure you’re comfortable, in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed.
  • Wear headphones. If you have headphones to use during an online session, you’ll have a better experience hearing the music and my voice.
  • Intermittent hypoxic training (ITC)? Please be advised, there are some cases where holding the breath or even breathwork as a whole is not advised. Breathwork and Intermittent Hypoxic Training (IHT) is contraindicated.
  • Acknowledge the liability waiver. Before scheduling a healing session, you’ll be asked to confirm you acknowledge the breathwork liability waiver.

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What does "Shante Ishta" mean?

There is a Native American Cherokee word that has no literal translation in English that means precisely the native word means. This word describes the wisdom of the heart and is called “Shante Ishta.” The closest translation in English is “The single eye of the heart.”

The brain has to go through loops of logic, fears, issues from the past, issues of self-doubt, and issues of self-esteem. The heart doesn’t do that. It retrieves the answer instantly.

“Shante Ishta,” the single eye of the heart is to see the experience of life without judgments of good and evil, or right and wrong. Your heart will tell you what is real with discernment.

What is tantra?

Tantra are the esoteric traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism that developed in India from the middle of the 1st millennium CE onwards.

The term tantra, in the Indian traditions, also means any systematic broadly applicable “text, theory, system, method, instrument, technique or practice”.

In Tantra, the universe is alive, not illusory. It represents the manifestation of the joyous, free Divine Consciousness in a variety of forms.

All manifestation is simply the interplay of Shiva and Shakti, the masculine and feminine. Thus, we can say that Tantra is a world-affirming and body-affirming spiritual tradition.

A practical consequence of this view was that householders could aspire to spiritual liberation (moksha), which was not the case in Classical Yoga, where renunciation of worldly life was considered absolutely necessary for moksha.

Tantra dissolves the division of spiritual versus mundane. Every aspect of life is integrated as a tool for spiritual growth.

What is sacred sexual energy?

‘Sacred sexuality’ and ‘tantric sex’. Two terms that are thrown about a lot in spiritual/yoga communities these days. That essentially equates to the same thing – making sex a sacred, holy act.

Throughout the ages, all of the spiritual traditions have hinted towards the sacredness of sex. Through sex and sensuality we can experience ultimate states of bliss, wholeness and joy.

You can even use this kind of lovemaking to bring your most true desire into fruition.

Thanks to the rise of neo-tantra, tantric sexual practices are no longer reserved for those who are studying and practicing classical tantra .

Neo-tantra is a set of ideas, practices, and techniques aimed at improving sexual performance and moving sexual energy. It helps us go about our sex lives from a conscious, spiritual mindset.

Meanwhile, classical tantra aims to work with the subtleties of the energy body. In doing so, we manipulate and move energy through the chakra system. Most of the practices are non-sexual.

Who is Jason Samadhi?

Jason Samadhi, Heart-Centered Creator

Hi, I am Jason Samadhi and I’ll be your guide during this journey.

I provide breathwork healing, creative direction, and purpose-driven web design to help you heal, create, and design a life you love and thrive online, selling your business with heart and soul.

An expat from California, I have lived in Mexico for five years. While living in Mexico, I have experienced several ancestral plant medicines.

Ultimately, I realized the most potent and readily available holistic tool on the planet comes from within—breath.

Feeling called to share this medicine with the world, I became a certified SOMA Breath™ breathwork facilitator.

“Shante Ishta,” Tantra Heart Meditation Mini-Course *

What are others saying?

❝ I highly recommend Jason’s meditations. They provided a great range of tools to help manage stress, keep calm, and enjoy life more! I’m looking forward to the next ones! 🙂 ❞

Naiara

Playa del Carmen, QR, MX

"Shante Ishta,” a Guided Tantra heart Meditation Mini-Course
Jason Samadhi, Heart-Centered Creator

Jason Samadhi, Heart-Centered Creator

Who is Jason Samadhi?

Jason Samadhi provides breathwork healing, creative direction, and purpose-driven web design to help you heal, create, and design a life you love and thrive online, selling your business with heart and soul.

“Shante Ishta,” Tantra Heart Meditation Mini-Course *

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* Course audio currently available in English only.

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