Sahasrara is on the rooftop of Beit El Nessim, next to the yoga deck and the beautiful garden. It is an alluring double room, with a wooden desk, a heating stove, with an external WC. The crown chakra, also known as Sahasrara, is the 7th chakra, situated at the top of the “chakra ladder” starting from the base of the spine with Muladhara, which grounds us with the Earth and progresses upward to the crown of the head, which connects us with the divine source of creation.
Standard Single Rooms come with either double or single beds. Designed in open-concept living area, they have lots of in-Samsara a gorgeously expansive room with a queen size bed, a small balcony, and a vintage bathroom. It is located on the first floor. Samsara, a Sanskrit word for the repetitive cycle of death and rebirth, is “a wandering through.” It encompasses the concept of reincarnation and the fact that what an individual does in their current life will be reflected, through karma, in their future lives
Ganesha is a charming twin room with antique beds, a high ceiling, and a vast bathroom. It is situated on the right of the small yard of the olive tree. Ganesha, also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, and Pillaiyar, is one of the best-known and most worshiped deities in the Hindu pantheon and is the Supreme God in Ganapatya Sect. He is known as the remover of spiritual and physical obstacles
Pingala is designed on the right side of Sushumna and painted warm pink. It is a twin bedroom, with a private bathroom and a working desk. In Sanskrit, the term Pingala signifies “orange” or “tawny.” Pingala nadi (energy) is associated with the energy of the sun (Soorya tattva) hence it is also called Surya Nadi Pingala Nadi is warm, active, and stimulating in nature, hence maintaining the body temperature.