Leave me if you want peace, love me if you want Truth - Maharishikaa Preeti

Maharishikaa Transformation Matrix*

18 Ways


Bhikshaam Dehi

PlantAnimalHuman Awakening
Female Walk Male Walk

Saft Meditation
Juice Meditation

Desire Dissolution
Thought Incineration
State Sensing
Other Sensing

I’m Here
Panchaanga Namaskaar Saashtaanga Namaskaar
BreathWatch
Genetic Listening
Aatma Pradakshinaa
New AUM chant

Evolution Dance
Cellular Surrender

Source Walk 



* Relevant etymology and meaning of Noun Matrix
plural noun: matrices; plural noun: matrixes
1. In Late Latin: womb. also source, origin, from mater (genitive matris,) mother
2. In ancient Rome: a mother plant whose seeds were used for producing other plants.
3. From Old French matrice: womb, uterus.
4. The cultural, social, or political environment, or a place or a medium that provides a system in which something grows or develops.
5. A mould in which something is cast or shaped.
6. Something that constitutes the place or point from which something else originates, takes form, or develops.
7. A substance, situation, or environment in which something has its origin, takes form, or is enclosed.
8. Geologists use it for the soil or rock in which a fossil is discovered, like a baby in the womb.