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Apr 14 2015

Kali Ma – The Great Mother Kali

Category: Tantra @ 7:51 pm

Kali Ma - The Great Mother Kali

Introduction

Kali Ma is the first of the 10 mahavidya, or wisdom goddesses in the tantric tradition.

She is portrayed with black skin, 4 arms, wide open glaring eyes, a necklace consisting of severed heads and dances on the graves in the cemetery her tongue lolling wildly out of her big wide open mouth, laughing at the attachments of us mortal humans.

Indeed she is a terrible goddess to behold, especially for those who are not initiated in her ways.

Somebody who starts a serious study and worship of Kali Ma might discover how Kali Ma starts taking away from him what he really does not need. He might lose everything he/she owns, but Kali Ma knows that this is what is needed to jolt him/her out of the patterns formed by our every day life. A person not worshipping Kali ma might be terrified by these aspects but a person who knows the ways of Kali would smile inside and thank the Goddess for giving him/her the chance to wake up and move on.

For instance I once had a friend who had an apartment she loved dearly. She had longed to go to India to study yoga for many years, but she did not know what to do with her apartment and was confused as how to be able to keep the apartment while having to leave for india for an extended period.

She started a spiritual sadhana with Kali Ma to ask the great Goddess for a solution.

A month after she had started this sadhana her apartment caught fire and burned down completely. She got a huge sum from the insurance company and used the money to go to India!

This is how Kali Ma works. She solves the problems in ways you would never dream of and you might probably get quite terrified in the process as well!

Kali Ma - Her aspect of death

These terrible aspects of Kali are closely related to us having to relate to our ultimate inevitable death (which indeed is the most terrible aspect of existence that most of us can imagine).

Death is an important moment in life. The monks of the Tibetan tradition use a large part of their lives for a spiritual practice, which is preparing for this great moment of transition in the very end of our lives. "Die before you die", or "Memento Mori" (remember death) are old profound sayings that have a deep meaning. We cannot truly taste life before we accept and embrace the fact of death as a part of life. Every little moment contains a death, a destruction, for events to be able to unfold through the energy of time.

Every moment is a death because it has to die to give place for the next moment. But we cannot accept it. We hold on desperately. It is deep in our nature. If meditating by a flowing river contemplating the water flowing by, notice how the eye would fix on a ripple and follow the flowing movement. Try distance yourself from the fixating of the eye and stare beyond the water. This is how our relationship to death should be, as something that we can let pass knowing that there is a huge river of life and death, and when we can learn to let go we begin to transcend this river of live and death known in the eastern traditions as the "wheel of life".

In ancient India in the time of the Buddha there was a woman who lost her son. She was deeply struck by grief and could not get over it for many years. Finally one day she learned that the great Buddha was passing by her town. She went to Buddha and begged him for what she should do to get her son back. Buddha told her that the first step was to visit every house in the town and ask for alms and to tell the inhabitants in the house that she could only receive alms if a relative of the house had not recently died. If she did this he would tell her how she could get her son back.

She set out visiting every house and to her amazement when she had visited each house she found that her alms bowl was empty. In every single household the inhabitants had experienced the death of a loved one. She was deeply humbled and finally understood that death is a natural part of life. She understood that she should not ask anymore to get her son back and could let go of him and her pain and sorrow.

This is the kind of understanding that Kali Ma will give us.

Kali Ma - Her aspect as mother

Kali is often spoken of as the Great Mother. She will terrify us but she will also pick us up afterward and caress us softly and if we are open to her we will understand the grace that she gives to us.

Without this power of Kali we could not move out of our confinements of our self imposed box and truly transform. She is purely beneficial in all her aspects, the terror relates only to the fear of life we have inside ourselves and all our egoistic tendencies.

Adepts of Kali feel her as a great protective mother that continuously holds her hand over her adorers.

One of the greatest adorers of Kali was the great sage and holy man Rama Krishna from India. Reading his biography is an absolutely inspiring story of a man who worshipped the great mother all of his life.

Hans Hvass is a musician, computer scientist and teacher of Tantra and Yoga leading a tantric art and retreat community centre in the north of Copenhagen. Hans was born in the kingdom of Swaziland in Southern Africa and lived in Hong Kong and France before settling down in Denmark where he met Mariah Claiere at the Music Conservatory of Copenhagen. Together they form the music duo Ibis music, which specialises in making tantric music for relaxation, lovemaking and evoking of the tantric goddesses. Hans Hvass has specialized his studies of tantra to The great cosmic Goddess Kali.

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Mar 27 2015

Top 10 Tantric Massage Albums

Category: Tantra @ 6:52 am

Top 10 Tantric Massage Albums
Tantric massage is used to tantalise all of the senses to help create a unique and positive environment to help you relax, from the music we use in session, to the soft candle lights, the feathers and different touches and strokes, to create the perfect, most blissful tantric massage. The below list is our favourite top 10 tantra cds. We have many different musical influences, but this list includes all the favourites.

Tantric massage is a unique journey of discovery, of the body, senses and energy using scented oils, relaxing and healing vibes, and the most heartfelt touch to worship and awaken your body, helping you drop into this present moment to feel the joy that surround us at all times. Sound (Sabda in Sanskrit) is one way to experience reality.

Sounds can create intense vibrations within the body, most of the time the things we hear are warning sounds, a police siren for example is just that, and when we are stressed, the slightest noise can make us jump or add to our stress as our brain and nervous system identifies all sounds as danger or harm, tantra seeks to restore balance by aiding relaxation, breathing deeply and using healing sounds, and the music used in tantric massage is designed to help you relax, allowing the nervous system to stand down from red alert and to give your body chance to respond appropriately and to become more balanced.

Another way that can be useful when trying to access the senses is sensory deprivation, so sometimes in tantric massage sessions blindfolds are used, when the sight is limited, it can allow the other senses to be heightened, and us to have a new awareness of our bodies, and energy.

Top 10 Tantric Massage Albums
1)Deva Premal The Essence, Into the Silence this beautiful soulful voice and blend of magical music is the perfect sound track to help bring you into your sense of sound whilst experiencing a tantric massage

2)Ravi Chawla Chakras - the vibrations and blend of instruments help transcend and expand within your own body and a favourite here at The London Tantric Temple

3)Tantric Sexuality - Llewellyn & Leora Lightwoman

4)Sacred Ragas Indiajiva

5)Deva Premal - the heart healing power of ancient chants and mantras, massage the soul

6)Shanti Lounge great for creative a calming, funky mood

7)Chakra's Dream: Sensual Massage 2006 perfect for that blissful feeling

8)English Patient sound track classical and calming, beautiful and inspiring just the atmosphere we want to create

9)Bliss A hundred Thousand Angels

10)Reiki 2 music to relax the body & mind, various artists

Tantra seeks to expand our reality by using all 5 senses, awareness and intention, as if you have awareness of yourself, you are truly able to connect with yourself and make amazing, beautiful and loving connections with others.

Tantric massage helps you to relax.

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Mar 08 2015

About Mata Vaishno Devi Katra

Category: TantraAldouspi @ 5:53 pm

About Mata Vaishno Devi Katra

 

As the legend goes, more than 700 years ago Vaishno Devi a devotee of Lord Vishnu, used to pray to Lord Rama and had taken vow of celibacy. Bhairon Nath, a tantric (demon-God) tried to behold Her. Making use of his tantric powers, Bhairon Nath was able to see Her going towards the Trikuta mountains and gave chase.

It took Bhairon Nath nine months to locate Her, the reason why the cave is known as Garbh Joon. Mata Vaishno Devi blasted an opening at the other end of the cave with Her Trident when the demon-God located her.On arriving at the Holy Cave at Darbar, she assumed the form of Maha Kali and cut off Bhairon Nath's head which was flung up the mountain by the force of the blow and fell

at the place where the Bhairon Temple is now located. The boulder at the mouth of the Holy Cave according to the legend is the petrified torso of Bhairon Nath who was granted divine forgiveness by the benevolent Mata in his dying moments. The journey amidst snow capped mountains and sprawling forests arise from within the holy shrine of Maa Vaishno Devi. There is a common faith among the folk that Goddess-Vaishno sends a 'Call' to her devotees and that once a person receives it, wherever he or she is, marches towards the holy shrine of the great Goddess. A supernatural power seems to draw them through the mountain and they climb up those great heights step by step, chanting 'Prem se bolo, Jai Mata Di '. There are images of three deities - The Mahakali, Maa Saraswati and Maha Lakshmi.

Vaishno Devi is nestled in the mighty Trikuta mountain 61 kilometers north of Jammu at a height of 5,200 feet above the sea level in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India.

Accommodation in Vaishnodevi  

There are a number of Hotels in Katra

 where you can get food and accommodation for your weekends. Try to find stay in Katra with perfect location and picture view of temples which will make your stay more Wonderful and full of religious. There are many of restaurants where you can taste local Veg Food. Katra is religious place to visit near Mumbai or Pune. Katra is one of the famous Religious Weekends Holidays spot in Jammu and Kashmir. Hotelsinkatra.in provides  budget Hotels in Katra at very reasonable cost and also offers an impressive and wide variety in order to provide a Budget and best accommodation to their guests. Katra is one of the quite expensive and beach destination and mostly travelers and honeymooners find katra Hotels

 

 

 

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