The Spiritual Practice of Tantra Yoga
Jun 16th, 2010 by Aldouspi

Tantra Yoga

Tantra Yoga as a Spiritual Practice

Tantra Yoga is an ancient system of spiritual practice that originated in India and spread to Tibet and Southeast Asia. Of all the spiritual paths on this planet, tantric teachings are unique, since they deal with energy or Shakti.

Unlike most spiritual paths who see the world as a place of transition or suffering, a testing ground to make us into better human being, Tantra sees reality as a source of power and as a part of the divine consciousness.

Ultimately Tantric teachings say that reality last (also called Shiva) and Shakti are one and the same thing.

The study of Tantra can be found in the traditional Tantric texts (ancient Indian texts called the Agamas). There you can see that Tantra explores fascinating fields such as astronomy, astrology, science of colors and sounds, the sacred dance, architecture, alternative therapies, spiritual realization, Kundalini, chakras and more.

Among all these fields and interests, tantric scholars also discovered the most powerful energy in the Universe and therefore in humans - sexual energy. Sex energy may be seen in action at all levels of reality, from the smallest atom to the largest galaxy. And human beings through tantric energy can pursue spiritual evolution.

From this study of tantra came revolutionary teachings about sex and spirituality. Tantra found sexuality can be transforming (through special techniques of Tantra and training) via a spiritual act. And through this conscious act of power, human beings can create and lead free and happy lives with spiritual development and even spiritual fulfillment.

The science of Tantra Yoga leads to human happiness, fulfillment, and pleasure beyond belief. Through tantric love-making, human beings can be miraculously cured and obtain the delights of the most amazing multi-orgasms - and ascend to the spiritual heights.

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About the Author: Moses was born in 1970 in Israel. From a very young age he was attracted to spirituality and the powers of the mind. From childhood he delved into the study and practice of martial arts (Karate and full contact). After studying law in Israel, he began his career as a lawyer, only to find that his passion lay elsewhere, in spirituality. Visit his website at Bhairava Yoga.

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Ancient Tantra – The Origin of Tantra
Jun 16th, 2010 by Aldouspi

Ancient Tantra

Ancient Tantra - The Tantric Attitude Towards Sex
By Acharya Subhojit Dasgupta

A shloka (stanza) from 'Tantra Rahasayam' describes Tantra as 'Tanyate vistaryate jnanam anemna iti tantram' (Tantra is the divine scripture by which the light of advanced spiritual knowledge is spread).

Ancient tantra is a mystic system of psycho-spiritual meditations and self-realization techniques that originated in India. It is still practiced in its authentic entirety in certain quarters, and fortunate indeed is the one who finds a tantra teacher who follows the original path.

The art of tantra is, collectively, a large set of specific tantra techniques that includes yamas, niyamas, asanas, mudras, pratyaharas, dharanas, dhyanas and samadhi techniques. These tantra techniques are considered an integral part of tantric self-realization and awareness.

One can also define tantra as a combination of tattva (the advanced science of cosmic principles), and mantra (the science of mystic sound and energy vibrations) and its various applications. Authentic tantra is based on the harmonization of this combination, raising its intensity to unlimited potency.

Tantra can further the growth of human consciousness in all its manifestations - in personal advancement, health, business, and knowledge - treating mind, body and spirit as aspects of the One Intelligence.

However, there is a unique aspect to tantra - unlike several religions and paths that preach abstinence from pleasure, tantra proclaims that a life without pleasure is no life at all. Moreover, our desires will continue to haunt us, until they are allowed to reach their peak; only after that, can they be sublimated. Tantra says that the transcendental experience of sexual union should be utilized in our path to spiritual awareness.

Does that mean that the paths that teach abstinence are wrong? No! It simply means that they advocate the attainment of transcendence by different methods. Tantra aims for the transcendence of the transient world. It aims at giving its practitioners experiences of intense meditation.

Tantra recognizes sex as an important part of a person's being and the development of the soul, but also states that acquiring the right balance is of great importance. Those who learn tantra, use it as a spiritual path that does not ask them to sacrifice their sexual activities. They may do so because of their personal disposition or because they are involved in family life.

Rather than suppressing our sexual inclinations, tantra asks us to utilize the power of sex to gain transcendence. It instructs us not to engage in sexual 'play', but rather to use sex as a ladder to spiritual consciousness.

Sex will not stop the continual distraction in one's mind, but when sexual urges are strong, it is better to utilize them for spiritual purposes rather than to suppress them.

Through the experiences gained by tantric union and also through other, non-sexual tantra techniques, one can evolve spiritually and gradually lose mundane interest in sex.

Finally, when the mind's attention is diverted from sex, it becomes ready for serious spiritual sadhana. That is the prerequisite for greater spiritual evolution.

Remember - tantra does not preach indiscriminate sexual play. It has set specific rules on how sexual energy must be utilized. These rules have to be strictly followed; otherwise one can suffer from a premature awakening of the chakras. This is a potentially life-threatening situation that often occurs in the absence of guidance from a knowledgeable tantra master.

Those who wish to learn the sexual aspect of tantric sadhana must do so under the tutelage of a tantra teacher who will lay down and enforce these guidelines.

To discover more about tantra in your own home, check out the Home Tantra Course.

Acharya Subhojit Dasgupta is a Tantra Teacher with an in-depth knowledge of traditional Indian sciences and Sanskrit literature. Visit his tantra online guide to learn tantra sex techniques kriyas and mudras from this young Tantra Master.

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Yoni Tantra Massage – Touching The Divine
Jun 15th, 2010 by Aldouspi

Yoni Tantra

Introducing Yoni Tantra Massage: Caressing The Sensual Divine

Ancient tantra practice approaches the vagina – or yoni - from a place of love and respect. By that definition, the yoni massage is a means of honoring women.

This exotic massage form is both sensual and pleasurable, but the intent is not to bring the woman to orgasm, but to awaken her awareness of her own sexuality, and to generate a bond of trust and intimacy with her partner. Orgasm is a welcome benefit, but it is not the intent or focus of yoni tantra massage.

According to tantra masters, the intention behind this revered tantra technique is not to reach a destination, but to experience the journey, however long it takes, together.  The woman needs to be able to trust the most intimate part of her body – her yoni - to her partner.

In other words, the key to yoni tantra massage is that the woman retains control. Genuine practice of this spiritual erotic massage can last several hours of conscious awareness.

Genuinely practiced under a good tantra teacher, Yoni Tantra Massage is an emotional and spiritual journey of touch, with reverence and respect as its foundation. As already stated, the goal of yoni massage is not orgasm, but the experience of touch, relaxation, pleasure and release. Each woman is at a different place in her journey, and each experience of this potent tantra technique produces unique results in individual women.

That said, it also has the potential of sensitizing and quickening the 'Charmananda bindu', also known as the female G-spot, and to lead to the amazing experience of female ejaculation. Tantra describes this as the release of 'Amritam', or the sacred feminine nectar.

Yoni tantra massage is a very intimate healing ritual, and must therefore be shared solely in a loving relationship. This is because it helps women learn to trust their partners. It empowers them to regain control over their own sexuality.  It is also a powerful healing force for women that have been abused in the past, either mentally or physically, and want to regain their sensuality and sexuality.

Despite the connotations of the name, the benefits of yoni massage are not gender-specific. Partners of all sexual orientations can benefit from the bonding and trust-building it provides.

In all circumstances, this tantra technique always happens in a comfortable and divine space.  It is not simply a hands-on technique, but involves the conscious direction of energy throughout the body via deep tantra breathing and 'Siddha Tantra' visualizations.

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About the Author: Acharya Subhojit Dasgupta is a">Tantra Teacher with an in-depth knowledge of traditional Indian sciences and Sanskrit literature. Visit his tantra online guide for Tantra Lessons, kriyas and mudras from this young Tantra Master.

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