Transformation

I invite you to join us for a four weeks retreat on Paradise Island, where we have a french village in the warm water of Thailand. Private beach and Yoga hall makes it the best way to focus on practices and inner growth.

 

 

  • Allow your wisdom and strength to expand into full potential.
  • Get connected to your body and find out your Soul’s purpose.
  • Share your compassion, love and gratitude.
  • Receive the gift of happiness and purpose of your life.
  • Rise your vibration to the next level.
  • Maximise your capacities to the full potential.
  • Become friends with your own body.
  • Allow yourself to breath and sing fully from your Heart.
  • Share your experience with your friends.
  • Watch them grow with you.

Join us on this life-changing retreat in November 4’th – 26’th 2017

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The world is changing every day. We see poeple around us waking up. Humanit needs more people who are willing to be the change. The real change starts from within. It’s time for you to transform your life into new reality. The best spot for the transformation is Koh Phangan island because of it’s high frequency of manifestation. Thoughts become reality sometimes in seconds there. It’s a chance for you to find out your true nature, to become one with your higher self, to love your self. We will share the lifestyle of new humanity with you. There will be endless amount of fruits, daily yoga practices from qualified teachers. We will have daily massage cources, tantric rituals, spiritual movies and much more. Join us for the one month of transformation of our conciousness and receive the new perceprion of your reality.

serenity at night

We will be living in this magnificent villa at the private beach of warm Asian sea. Swimming, dancing, doing yoga and meditating every day.

This place is amazing. Many teachers from around the world love to use this place for their courses and retreats.

We will be learning Dao Yoga massage from one of the coolest teachers that I’ve met. He has been learning different massage techniques in China and Thailand for more than 20 years. Kayenne Lee will be also giving lessons on Acro yoga and lot’s of interesting tricks.

You can join your new family and stay with us in paradise for a month. This could be the best experience of your lifetime.

Here is one of our previous retreats at Serenity with Kayenne Lee.

Kids are also allowed to this retreat. We have a separate kinder-garden and school for kinds in Serenity.

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Video: Om Shanti

Working with these bright spirits on Koh Phangan island was an interesting experience to me. They are on the road for years. They spread their message with keen belief that the world would become a better place if people would sing Mantras and keep their heads clear.

This song speaks about great teachers who were living on the planet, some of them are still alive. Actually every one of us can become a great being if we start to trust in our inner wisdom. You can find more songs from them here:

You’re so beautiful“& “Shiva Lullaby

Blessings to the great spirits!

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Lost in Asia. Part 3.

When I crossed the border in Malaysia my first destination was Kotha Baru. It’s a small town near the north Border, where most of population are moslems. It looks more like being in middle east than in Asia. I wanted to move from there as quick as possible. I took a night bus to Kuala Lumpur and went to international airport from there. I got my tickets to Germany and was hoping to be in Europe soon. Once I went to my flight I was stopped by Malaysian immigration officers. They didn’t let me out of the country because I didn’t have the stamp of entrance in my passport. I was told to go to local main immigration office where they will decide what to do with me. Instead I travelled to George town – the capital of visas for travelers in Asia. I met there someone who has connections in immigration. I was told this guy could help me get a stamp. When he saw my passport, he said I should get out of there and get back to Thailand as soon as possible. I was illegal in Malaysia. He said it’s dangerous to be illegal in this country. I could end up in jail with illegal immigrants from poor countries and this is not good place to be. My passport looked like I never left Thailand. So I decided to make some cosmetic changes in my passport…

After that it looked much better, but I still didn’t get a stamp from this guy. He said I should just give myself up in embassy and pay a fine for overstaying in Malaysia. So now I had two choices. Either go  back to Thailand or give myself up in Malaysian embassy. I decided to try my luck first in embassy at Kuala Lumpur. Once I got there and explained my situation, they sent me to the main office. I decided not to go there, but take my chance to get a stamp on the border. Once I got to Kotha Baru and reached the border from there, I had to enter from the other side to get my stamp of entrance. But again they refused to give it to me without a stamp from Thailand with the same date on it. So I had to cross the border to get my stamp and this time I was lucky. They guy at the passport gate asked me a couple of questions about how long I’m going to stay and gave me stamp for entrance to Thailand. Now I was official in Thailand with my fresh stamp. I staid there for 10 minutes, listened to Thai hymn greeting me from my adventure and I went back to Malaysia. The migration office at the border of Malaysia was still confused with my passport but this time they had to accept this. They added some stamps to my passport so that it would look more official and let me in. Now I was clean! I didn’t pay Thailand for overstaying and I didn’t pay Malaysia for illegal entrance. But I lost a lot of money and time on tickets and travelling to fix my issue. I was surprised how long it took me to get out of the country. Asian people are not so easy to negotiate with. If anyone has overstayed in Thailand or Malaysia for long time and wants to save money, my recommendation to you is to “Loose” your passport and apply for a new one at your embassy. With clean passport no one will charge you for overstaying.

Lost in Asia. Part 2.

When I finally decided to move on with my life and leave Thailand, I didn’t have any more 20 000 Baht in my pocket to pay the fine for overstaying. To be honest it wasn’t also my biggest intention, because I find it unfair to pay fine for living in paradise. Everyone who born on this planet should have the right to live where ever they want. This is our home – everywhere.

Lost in asia

I decided to leave the country without passing through passport control. I tried my luck first on northern border of Thailand, but the border there is very strict and well guarded. I didn’t manage to sneak out of the country or convince boarder guards. I flew back to Bangkok, btw flying with overdue passport is no problem within Thailand. Once I was at Bangkok airport I tried to agree with migration to leave the country but they send me back saying that I need to get my ticket first and then they will deal with me. Someone from airline company explained to me that once I have the boarding pass, they will send me into chamber and keep me there until I have money to pay the fine for overstaying. I didn’t like this plan, so I decided to try my luck in South of Thailand. I went to Tak Bai, where the border between Thailand and Malaysia goes by a river. That area is very different from the rest or Thailand. The people there are mostly Muslims, there are lot of security with firearms on streets. It’s definitely not touristic area, but the border is very easy to cross. By the shore of river between two countries there are no border guards, only a migration office where anyone can go or just skip. By the river there are many locals with boats who are making their living by getting people across the river for very cheap price. Once I was on the other side, I went to migration to get my tam of entrance. Unfortunately Malaysian migration didn’t give me stamp because I didn’t have the stamp from Thailand. I didn’t dare to go back to Thailand, so I sneaked into Malaysia without stamp. I was free! At least I thought so..

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Lost in Asia. Part 1

I started my traveling in Asia in October 2014. Actually it wasn’t much traveling because I preferred to stay in one place, get to know locals and get used to local environment. We picked Koh Phangan island, which is famous by it’s spiritual atmosphere. There are many schools and treatment centers that are famous around the world. I rented a house by a beach where we staid for five months. I was with my two daughters. We had palm-trees, swimming pools and beautiful beaches. It was great way to spend winter on a beautiful warm tropical island with all those spiritual people. But soon we had to move. To prolong our staying we had to leave the country and come back again. We did it once with both kids, then we did it another time to embassy and then I decided that we wouldn’t do it again. It was too much stress to travel on a buss to Penang island in Malaysia. We changed buses for five times during our trip. Then after paying for new stamps, tickets and food we were ready to travel back on our island. It’s huge business in George town to prolong staying for all the tourists from Thailand and other Asian countries.

LostSo I decided not to prolong my passport for staying in Thailand for the next half a year. Five months later my daughters left Asia with their mom. For them it was easy – luckily Thailand don’t charge fine for children overstaying. For adults it costs 500 B per day. The fine for overstaying can reach up to 20 000 B max. I didn’t want to spend this money, so after  months of living in Thailand I had to find my way out of this country.

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