The Pirate Ritual

Our Pirate Ship holds ritual circles where we sink into meditative states, in order to investigate, express, and cultivate ourselves.

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We meet to share all the energies of being alive. To connect deeply with ourselves and with our crew.  To find-out What happens if… We meet to expand the range of life’s possibilities.






We want to have extraordinary experiences, to experiment at becoming different energies and being the unchanging witness of it all.





So we Anchor ourselves, by raising consciousness and harmonious energy on deck; then we can let-go, tune-in, and turn-on to the eight directions of our Compass.






Every trip is unique. We may practice yoga and classical tantric methods. We may enact Psychomagic performances. We may create sensual connection circles.





Whatever we do, we ritualize it. We honor the Sacred Silence, focusing our attention in the process. We do everything fully and effortlessly. We are in the moment.






We respect each other’s differences and recognize in our comrade, a mirror and a friend. We learn to make ourselves comfortable in the circle, to care for ourselves.





In the process, we discover ourselves; we meet our fears, our desires, our impulses. The meditation guides us to a neutral observation of ourselves and the world that is liberating.





We value closeness and playfulness; curiosity and freedom. Rather than dwelling on our boundaries, we focus on the truest Yes of our hearts.





We’re a welcoming, if selective, crew.  Everybody is invited to our regular trips, but we choose to keep our exploration of intimacy and sexuality among initiated Pirates.

Some of our trips

The Yoga Ritual

Over two hours of Total Yoga: Shatkarma, asana, pranayama, mudras and bandha make the first half of this Ritual of Me. Deep relaxation, guided imagery, concentration, meditation and kriya; make the second half.

Tantric Meditation

We become the boss of our own mind. We learn and practice, step-by-step, the richest and most effective meditations of the tantric tradition. Then we explore how to bring meditation to anything we do.

Kundalini Tantra

Our tradition goes very deep in its understanding and cultivation of the Chakra and the subtle energy, Prana, that animates our body and mind. Kundalini Tantra is the investigation of this deep and wonderful world.

Detox Yourself

An intensely detoxifying process. The highlight is the great intestinal cleanse, where we rinse our digestive system from mouth to anus with isotonic water. Other techniques from tantra and elsewhere complete the trip.


A psychomagic exploration of our Inner Animal. We follow a simple formula: 1) Take-Off the Human, 2) Put-On the Animal, and 3) Play. In active meditation, we discover how to move, sound, think and feel like the animal of our choice. Then we interact.

Meet your Inner Hero

You are the Hero of your own life, whether you live as such or not. Joseph Campbell showed us how cultures around the world charted the way of the Hero, and Paul Rebillot developed a powerful Gestalt process to integrate it into our lives.

Your Magic Compass

After entering meditative states, we explore our personal answer to the question: What is the meaning of life? Along the way, we discover our Values, our Vision, and the energies in our current life that either aid or hinder us.

Pirate's Death Dance

Breath-in Love. Breath-out Death. We celebrate Death in a joyous, reflective, and devoted ritual. We contemplate our own mortality and invite our dearly departed, and other spooky spirits to the dance. All energies are welcomed.

Hear Touch, Feel Sound

Through the live vibrations of the Celtic Harp, we meditate on the touch of sound on our skin... and deeper. Then we connect with the audible vibrations coming from our partner's touch.

The Tantric Dinner

Eating is one of the most emotional, sensual and magical acts of our lives. We celebrate this sacrament in different ways, like in the playful Love Dinner, or the more intense Meditation Ritual Dinner.

The Pirate Maithuna

We have learned the tantric sex ritual from two distinct traditions, each bringing a slightly different focus to the act. From these models, we embark on our own sacred exploration of this transformative experience.

The Feast of Body Parts

Theophagy (noun): The sacramental eating of a god. A Pirate is ritually transformed into the deity and decorated with colourful fruits and sweets, while we make our offerings. Then we all partake of the feast.