Siri Joyti Ritual
A Ritual To Support New Beginnings
The Siri Joyti is an ancient ritual designed to bless and commemorate new beginnings and life milestones, including:
Moving to a new house
Opening a new business
Starting a new project
Anniversaries or birthdays
Marriage and births
The Siri Joyti engages all of your senses. You and your community will help create a beautiful Sri Yantra mandala while meditating and chanting in support of your intentions.
We will support and guide you through the process.
Your group will create a Sri Yanta using different types of materials. Common materials include flowers, leaves, rice, chalk and candles.
While you are creating the Sri Yantra you will be guided through a series of mantras, offerings and meditations.
When the Sri Yantra is completed we will gather for group meditation and celebration!
The ritual usually takes about 4 hours to complete. Learn more about the ritual and its history below.
We offer flexible programs based on your needs and budget.
A few photos from some our past ceremonies.
Malcolm is a Co-Founder and Director of Samana's Ayurvedic and Mindfulness programs. He has spent the last 20 years studying and practicing the best of Eastern and Western meditation techniques to better understand the Mind's role in healing. Malcolm is steeped in the tantric traditions of South India.He has a Master's in Ayurvedic Medicine from California College of Ayurveda.
Eric Cetnarski is the Co-Founder and Director of Samana+. Eric is a certified Sound Therapy Practitioner and has led mindfulness workshops for organizations including McKesson, IDEO, UCSF and Hult Business School. Eric also holds an MBA in Sustainability Management and works in organizational development.