Category: Tantra

The Subtle-Body

“You know you have a physical body, and you’ve come a long way toward understanding how the mind acts to create a sense of ‘self’. But there’s a layer of experience that lies between these two. That layer is what

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Origin of Mind

“Of all the hard facts of science, I know of none more solid and fundamental than the fact that if you inhibit thought (and persevere) you come at length to a region of consciousness below or behind thought, and different

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Belief is futile

“The ultimate truth is not far away, it is not distant. It is near you, close, closer than you are to yourself, but still you go on missing it, and you have been missing it for millions of lives. This

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Japji Sahib – 28

Baba Nanak’s heart advice to Yogis: Let contentment be your earrings, humility your begging-bowl and meditation, your smear of ash. Let the awareness of death be your patched coat, purity your way in the world and faith in the Lord

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Breath of Shakti

Forget every touch or sound that did not teach you how to dance. ~Rumi Rangjung Dorje, a great teacher of the Kagyu tradition, in his commentary on the Hevajra Tantra, says that the ultimate materialism is believing that Buddha-nature can

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Pratyahara (प्रत्याहार) the 5th aspect of Patanjali’s Kriya-Yoga is ‘withdrawal of the senses’, not ‘withdrawal from the senses’. It is not about refusing, blocking, closing, rejecting, or disallowing of the senses, because that would be PratyAkhyAti (प्रत्याख्याति). Pratyahara is to

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So, What is Tantra?

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One Kundalini, 8 Mothers, 64 Yogini!

There are many chakra systems but one Kundalini and One light.

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I See Myself

If tendencies towards disassociation were not inherent in the human psyche, parts never would have been split off; in other words, neither spirits nor gods would ever have come to exist. ~Carl Jung, The Secret of the Golden Flower.

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Qi Resonance

  With no human consciousness to reflect themselves in, good and evil simply happen, or rather, there is no good and evil, but only a sequence of neutral events, or what the Buddhists call the Nidhanachain, the uninterrupted causal concatenation

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