Tantra is a lifestyle that encompasses everything. How we walk, how we talk, how we eat, how we breath, how we sleep and how we love. Everything is connected.
Tantra is a celebration of life, where we gradually abandon any kind of ‘celibacy’ in our life. Instead of contracting and rejecting when life gets ‘too much’, we seek to embrace in deep felt openness and awareness on the “here and now”, no matter what is happening, or how it is happening.
It is an active admiration of life and nature, where no aspect is declined: inner or outer aspects, joy, sorrow, laughter, crying, anger, intimacy, trust, doubt, shadow and light. Tantra is neither repression nor promiscuity since each of them is the vector of the other. It is what is, and to experience what ‘is’ in full awareness.
Tantra is an invitation to discover the sacred dimension of your life and to let the body, heart and consciousness vibrate in unison. It is to discover life as a whole and to unveil the divine spark within all human beings. By a special use of all our senses, our sensuality, our mind and spirit we can reach mystic experiences.
In essence Tantra is not technique, but love; a prayer; a relaxation into the heart to the point, where a space is generated. It is the art of experiencing intensely every moment in your life.
Our very passions and desires versus our power to become conscious and lucid are the dynamics of Tantra. As Guhyasamaja Tantra mentions, “No one can achieve Liberation only through difficult and tormenting practices; yet Liberation may be achieved through conscious satisfaction of desires.”
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