Samadhi has been divinely created by visionary Philippe Moellhausen.
He has designed the scenery with the mission to create the perfect conditions for the manifestation of Mystical Powers.
Gigantic artwork sculptures of highly significant Mayan symbols has been designed in accordance with Sacred Geometry alignment to allow music, frequencies and energies to flow-in fluidly and rotate around the centre of the site. A powerful vortex will be created that will lift our soul all the way up to unfathomable dimensions.
You can expect a night of celebration, exploration and culmination. A night showered with mind-blowing visuals, outstanding music, unexplored emotions and soul-level abundance. A night of unity, relentless dance and explosion of love, light and bliss.
Samadhi will also stage spectacular ceremonies and performances from the native Kallpulli-Ostocoati of Mayan-Tolteka tradition.
World Class DJs such Nu, Lum, Audiofly, Mendrix Live, Gandalla, Mandrake, Sabo, will deliver an outstanding music voyage, super-charged by the mythical Mayan Warrior Car and his spectacular light show.
Get ready to experience the mystical law of Magic!
The Name “ Samadhi “
Samadhi is an ancient Sanskrit word the means Union. It has been choose to propitiate the conditions in which everybody will feel the cosmological unity with all thins by living the experience as ONE. Samadhi is the surrender of the ego to the universal mind to reach enlightenment.
Samadhi’s Artwork Symbols
Samadhi’s artworks/sculptures are an essential and crucial part of the event. Every single piece of art has been designed with Divine Proportion and carefully selected from Ancient Cultures for his owned powerful meanings.
Snakes generally deal with primordial life force. Therefore represent our past, our origin and our DNA. Also, snakes span the symbolic bridge between lunar and solar associations as well as aspects between water and fire. In Mayan wisdom, serpents are associated with the sky and earth, moon and sun as well as water and fire. Is also the symbol of complete alteration of the mind, body, and spirit. Is representing Transformation, Ignition, and Divine Communication together with Rebirth, Fertility, Healing and Eternity. Many ancient cultures believed that the snake is the Divine Guardian of the Hidden Knowledge
The Jaguar represent the present without past and future. In Mayan mythology, the jaguar is the God of the underworld and is symbolic of the night sun. Is the representation of leadership, control, confidence and protection. Is the symbol of strength, power, and valour. As a result of a jaguar’s strong vision, he is commonly associated with deep perception, foresight and prudence. The jaguar also represents the power to face one’s fears.
The eagle is a representation of our future as well as focus, mental acuity, contemplative thought, foresight, profound judgment, sharp awareness, powerful communication and inspiration.
The eagle is said to give access to inner wisdom and encourage action that tackles one to great heights in life. Is the ruler of the sky, consequently associated with freedom, mental liberation, vision, and determination. The Mayan symbol of the eagle also stands for protection, authority, and control, and is considered symbolic of unity.
The Cosmic Egg:
The Cosmic Egg has been considered by all the greatest cultures the beginning of the Universe or sthe primordial being. One of the earliest ideas of “egg-shaped cosmos” comes from some of the Sanskrit scriptures. The Rig Veda uses a similar name for the source of the universe: Hiranyagarbha, which literally means “golden fetus” or “golden womb”. The Cosmic Egg is the source of creation.
The Pine Cone:
Pinecones have served as symbolic representations of Human Enlightenment, the Third Eye and the Pineal Gland. The Pinecone’s spines spiral in a perfect Golden Ratio or Fibonacci sequence. In our body the Pineal Gland is at the geometric centre of our brain and is intimately linked to ourperception of light. The Pineal Gland modulates our wake-sleep patterns and circadian rhythms. It is considered by many to be our biological Third Eye, the “Seat of the Soul,” the “Epicentre of Enlightenment”. In addition to spiritual consciousness, pinecones have also been used as symbols of eternal life. One theory proposes that the Pinecone was actually the fruit from the Tree of the Knowledge.
The “Day of the Dead” is a Mesoamerican tradition that honors the deceased. Within the 18-month Mexican calendar, there are at least six festive holidays that celebrate the dead.
THE DEAD BEGIN THEIR SPIRITUAL JOURNEY FROM MICTLÁN UNTIL THEY REACH THE NINTH AND FINAL LEVEL OF THE UNDERWORLD, THE REALM OF THE DEAD.
Pre-Hispanic cultures share the belief that there is an animal-like, immortal entity that is considered to be the human consciousness and that after death our consciousness continues its voyage in the afterlife, where it will have all of its tools, belongings, and nourishment.
ALONGSIDE THE GRAVES, THE FAMILIES EAT, SING, PRAY, DRINK, LAUGH, AND CRY, REMEMBERING THAT THOSE WHO ARE NOT PHYSICALLY PRESENT ARE STILL WITH US.