Inner Alchemy of “Letting go”

One Day Retreat (live on Zoom): May 6th (closed)
12:30p ET/9:30a PT -to- 6:30p ET/3:30p PT

Throughout our lives, we accumulate layers of emotional, physical, and mental experiences, along with survival behaviors and beliefs from traumas.

These layers follow us into daily life, preventing us from recognizing our true selves and living our full potential.

By using Eastern Medicine principles, Siddha inner alchemy, and science based mindfulness practice we can learn to let go of these layers by understanding and cutting through the blocks that hold us back. These secular and non-religious inner alchemy practices are about liberating mind.

The innate nature of mind is like an open and clear sky. The mindfulness and alchemy practice is to uncover our innate inner sky, freeing ourselves from any confusion and cloudiness. There is no state of mind that cannot be released or liberated.

We practice “letting go” so we can accept life with open heart and face our many daily fears—anxiety about performing well, insecurity around certain people, worries about our children, about our finances, about letting down people we love.

Letting go is a powerful practice that can transform our lives. By releasing our fears and anxieties, we create space for new experiences and perspectives. When we let go, we free ourselves from the constraints of our past and open ourselves up to new possibilities.

Letting go allows us to live with an open heart, free from the burdens of resistance and fear. With each layer we shed, we become more awake, more alive, and more authentic.

This retreat will help you bring focus on the challenges and provide understanding of moving forward. You can then embark on a new path, becoming more effective in your relationships with others, including family, friends, and partners.

This retreat can also facilitate your healing and allow you to build better, healthier relationships with yourselves.

Ultimately, we can feel lighter and more free when we dissolve the layers that weigh us down.

Along with guided mediation we will use discussions and dialogue, to discover and learn the wisdom embedded in the Eastern traditions and wholeness of our being.

Using silence and connection together we will create a nourishing retreat container to slow down, reconnect with inner presence to return home to our heart and create space to let go the psychic and emotional layers.

Join us for a Saturday of discovery, renewal, and transformation as we embark on this transformative journey together.

One Day Retreat (live on Zoom): May 6th
12:30p ET / 9:30a PT – to – 6:30p ET / 3:30p PT

12:30p – 12:45p – welcome!
12:45p – 1:30p – Setting group intentions
1:30p – 2:00p – Understanding “what holds us”
2:00p – 2:15p – Break
2:15p – 2:30p – Practice instructions/ Q & A
2:30p – 3:00p – Inner Alchemy Practice
3:00p – 4:00p – Break
4:00p – 4:45p – Learning to “Let go”
4:45p – 5:00p – Break
5:00p – 5:45p – Inner Alchemy Practice
5:45p – 6:15p – Sharing / Q & A
6:15p – 6:30p – Closing

Please contact me if you have questions or need any information.

Prana is of Doctor of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine and teacher of Ayurveda, Craniosacral, Inner Alchemy and Mindfulness practice.

Prana has an undergraduate degree in electronics engineering (Pune University, India) and MBA (Sheffield Hallam university, UK) where he specialized in IT management and strategy. He received his Masters and Doctorate in Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (San Diego, USA).

He has practiced Siddha alchemy and meditation since 1980. Prana travelled many months in the Himalayan regions of Tibet, Nepal, India and visiting more than fifty Tibetan Monasteries and learning different Buddhist and Siddha inner work practices to help in healing and transformation.

He has private healing practice since 2003 and focuses on helping people with chronic pain, physical and emotional illnesses. In his clinical practices he integrates Acupuncture, Ayurveda, Craniosacral, and Siddha Alchemy to address wide range of physical and psychosomatic conditions. He also has been teaching healing and inner work since 2003.

He offers one-on-one sessions and group retreats empowering your transformation into fullness and wholeness.

Please read the following important information before our meeting.


Adapted from Visions Inc.“Guidelines for Productive Work Sessions.”

We aspire to cultivate an inclusive, diverse, and welcoming learning environment where students, instructors, and all people involved are mutually respectful and kind.

Please, join online/zoom/live class on-time and with microphone muted. Please be comfortable and present. To reduce distractions please, mute or turn-off your cellphones.

Be willing to “try on” new ideas, or ways of doing things that might not be what you prefer or are familiar with.

Attend to and speak about your own experiences and responses. Do not speak for a whole group or express assumptions about the experience of others.

Try to understand and acknowledge impact. Denying the impact of something said by focusing on intent is often more destructive than the initial interaction. Good intentions are not enough. Listen and learn from the impact.

When speaking, substitute “and” for “but.” This practice acknowledges and honors multiple realities.

Practice giving skillful feedback.

Encourage full participation by all present. Take note of who is speaking and who is not. If you tend to speak often, consider “moving back” and vice versa.

Try to avoid planning what you’ll say as you listen to others. Be willing to be surprised, to learn something new. Listen with your whole self.

Take home learnings but don’t identify anyone other than yourself, now or later. If you want to follow up with anyone regarding something they said in this session, ask first and respect their wishes.

RIGHT TO PASS You can say “I pass” if you don’t wish to speak.

Whether participating in a live webinar or watching the recordings, please understand that students’ personal information, classroom participation, and course-related comments, images and media shared in forum discussions, comments and emails is to be kept confidential, held with care and respect, and is only presented for internal circulation within the cohort of enrolled students’ learning experience.

If you do not wish to appear in a recording, please ask your questions in the chat or turn off your video while you unmute yourself to speak. (Having your video on will NOT result in your appearance in a recording unless you unmute your microphone at the same time).

If you experience any difficulties, please email me so I may assist you.


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We strongly encourage you to have access to a reliable computer with a strong internet connection. While it is possible to access our online courses on your mobile or tablet device, it is easiest to participate in discussions and complete assignments on a laptop or desktop computer. Please install on your computer the most recent version of the common browser of your choice: Google Chrome, Apple Safari, or Mozilla Firefox.

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Thank you for joining us!