Archive : September, 2011

Tantra Yoga; The Most Overlooked Solution for Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are best described as escalating and overpowering anxiety, which is really difficult to control. Initially, the person does not really know why he or she is having a panic attack and most say that it just happens without any reason. Some of the symptoms of a panic attack are shortness of breath, rapid heart rate, sweating, trembling, and dizziness. Panic attacks are not only limited to physical setbacks, but also lead to fears, emotional instability, bad relationships and …

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Tantra Beyond Sex

Tantra Yoga was founded in ancient India centuries ago and is has been in practice ever since. Tantra yoga takes some ideas from traditional yoga, while others are completely different. Tantra means to unite two contrasting forms of energy to greater the awareness level in order to unrealized levels. Under Tantra policy, everything is accepted and embraced because everything is based on desire. Each person on this earth has desires and this influences the way we behave in different situations. …

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A Means to Live: Finding Peace with Tantra Yoga

This world is becoming more and more difficult to live in with all that is transpiring every day. The reason is the chain reaction that causes the small problems to change into bigger ones without any notice. In some countries, poverty remains a realistic problem to which no end seems possible. Poverty is the main reason for no food, shelter and clothes, and these are just the necessities. Drinkable water is an afterthought because lots of people don’t even have …

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The Good and Bad Sides of Tantra Yoga

The Benefits of Tantra Yoga One of the oldest phenomenons ever discovered is of Tantra yoga, which was originated in India about 6,000 years ago. It is an art that brings together a number of different concepts, such as geometry, astrology, physics, chemistry, numerology and many others to help individuals realize improved awareness in all situations, whether conscious or unconscious. Tantra yoga principles are based on bringing together two differing energies, mostly males and females, to reach new levels of …

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What Is So Fascinating About Tantra Yoga?

Tantra Yoga has been practiced all over the world for thousands of years. It originated in India and the word itself means to expand. Tantra yoga brings together various scientific concepts to help understand how the world works. The basic principles of Tantra yoga are based on Shiva and Shakti, two opposing energies that are highly regarded. Shakti is the divine feminine creator and Shiva is the supreme God. The basic rituals of Tantra Yoga consist of puja, meditation and …

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Understanding The Concept Of Tantra Yoga

Yoga is a very old concept with no exact indication of its early instigation. The word is taken from Sanskrit which is one of the oldest languages still spoken in India and means to create a union. Yoga is considered both an art and science by most researchers. The principles support the notion of uniting the mental, physical and spiritual side of any person for greater tranquility. The framework of Yoga is based on physical postures, meditation and breathing exercises. …

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Tantra as a Symbol for Physics Principles

The main female and male principles depicted as goddess Shakti and god Shiva are only two among many representations of the divine, and they are surrounded by many forms of demons, saints, and other beings, all symbolizing principles of physics, brilliantly so. They are also related to states of consciousness. They are all seen as versions of the whole. Tantra & Kali Kali, the frightening goddess with a pointed tongue she sticks out (lion’s pose), while wearing a necklace of …

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Individual and Universal, Standing Waves and Nodes, and Tantric Constructive Interference Patterns

At the root chakra is a small gland the size of a pea, is called the Kunda, in Tantra. Located at the base of the spine is the glomus coccygeum gland, associated with the potential energy of the Kundalini, which only becomes active in a few people. Tantric exercises are primarily for that long-term goal of activating it, and bringing it up the standing wave in the center of the spine. The ida, pingala, and sushumna arise out of it. …

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Tantra as a Symbol for Physics Principles

The main female and male principles depicted as goddess Shakti and god Shiva are only two among many representations of the divine, and they are surrounded by many forms of demons, saints, and other beings, all symbolizing principles of physics, brilliantly so. They are also related to states of consciousness. They are all seen as versions of the whole. Kali, the frightening goddess with a pointed tongue she sticks out (lion’s pose), while wearing a necklace of skulls which stand …

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