Archive : Tantra

Basic Principles of Tantra

Tantric’s, practitioners of Tantra Yoga, are interesting people with simple principles of life. All they really want is freedom of all kinds, spiritual and physical. They can be compared to the hippies of 1960’s in America. The British rulers and residents were really freaked out some practices that they labeled in black magic and considered it inhumane. The Tantric practitioners do not obsess with the male God but rather his wife. They admire the women form in every aspect possible. …

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Asana and Tantra Yoga

Founded in India some 6,000 years ago, it is easy to say that Tantra is a very old art. Tantra combines different subjects like physics, geometry, astrology and others to enhance awareness in either a conscious or unconscious mental state. Tantra yoga principles believe to bring together the male and female energies together, in order to help people achieve inner peace and a heightened state of spirituality. Asana or body posture is the most famous ritual that is practiced not …

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Tantra Yoga – Yoga with Spiritual Effectiveness

Tantra is part of some of the oldest practices in the world that were discovered in ancient India. This science helps to reach a specific height of awareness, whether sleeping or awake, that the individual might not be familiar. The basic principles are based on Shiva and Shakti. This yoga’s principles are related to bringing two energies together, which usually refer to a man and women, to reach new heights of awareness and spirituality. Tantra has many unusual rituals that …

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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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Tantric massage

Tantric Massage: Toning into the Bodies

Tantric massage is an incredible method of using bodies as tools for the progress of Enlightenment, employing therapeutic touch. The goals with Tantra Yoga involve developing the Kundalini, though normally the climax of that won’t occur in this lifetime. Tantra takes a long, slow approach, with greatdedication and hard work required for many incarnations before a person is ready for the harmonious raising of the potential life force energy, the Kundalini snake, uncoils and peaks its head up into the sushumna conduit in the center …

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Tantrical Performance

Tantra is a physicality affirming science. Tantrikas move in harmony with the natural forces, which are manifestations of the divine, and instead  of asceticism, go into the benefits of being in a body, letting it share in the bliss fully. The yogas of withdrawal traditionally focus more on detaching from the outside world, being in the witness, observing from a psychological distance, saying “no” to the play, and going within to the silence. In Tantra, however, we celebrate nature and …

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Amazing Potentials of Tantra, the Siddhis

Yogananda gave us some examples of Siddhis (“supernatural abilities”) which Kryia Yoga gave people as they found utter lucidity. Kryia and Tantra are very linked. The immortal Babaji was the progenitor of Kriya Yoga and Tantra. In Autobiography of a Yogi, Yogananda describes masters who can avoid showing up in photos, manifest amulets, eat poison with no ill effects, manifest perfume, fruit, extra bodies, go without sleep. Tantra is a method of realizing we have far more power than our …

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Jaiya Tantra (Video)

Tantra is a path that takes you through the body in order to experience union with all that is. We honor the physical body in all its beauty and uniqueness. Tantra means liberation through expansion. By practicing Tantra you can learn to amplify and transmute sexual energy, learn true intimacy, honor and bring the active and receptive (masculine and feminine) energies in union, rejuvenate the body, live in the present moment and allow more play into your life! Tantra is …

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