About CourseTantra yoga is built on the principle that true knowledge, wisdom, and awareness of oneself and of all worldly and immaterial concepts can only be attained by uniting all aspects and dimensions of existence (both known and unknown) into a harmonious relationship that connects us to it on a spiritual level.
This Course commences on October 1, 2020.
5. MYSTIC YAGYA
HOW CAN I UNDERSTAND TANTRA?
Tantra yoga is built on the principle that true knowledge, wisdom, and awareness of oneself and of all worldly and immaterial concepts can only be attained by uniting all aspects and dimensions of existence (both known and unknown) into a harmonious relationship that connects us to it on a spiritual level. Tantra yoga opens up the mind, body, and soul to a whole new world of peace, serenity, and inner confidence by combining two fundamental approaches that form the basis of tantra yoga. One of these focuses on qualities such as stability, power, and rest (shiva) while the other focuses on creativity and movement (shakti). The unifying principle behind the diverse systems of tantra is that the material world and its experiences can be utilized to attain enlightenment.
The Traditional scriptures speak of various types of suffering that are experienced in the span of life, from the time in the womb to the death of the body. What is the source of pain and pleasure? For this question, everyone has their own logic, testimony, and explanations to offer. Tantra has accurate answers for these lifely questions. Tan is a Sanskrit root which signifies “expansion”, and Tra signifies “liberation.”
Thus, Tantra is the practice that elevates human beings in a process in which their consciousness is expanded. It leads human beings from the imperfect to the perfect, from the crude to the subtle, from bondage to liberation. The development of Tantra is intertwined with the development of civilization in ancient India. They also developed a system of prayer and worship in order to enter into a relationship with this Supreme Consciousness. The Samkhya and Yoga philosophy also came out from these tantric traditions. Whatever we know as ‘yoga’ all came out from tantra.
What Will I Learn?
- To understand the realm of Tantra
- To eliminate the mythologies related to Tantra
- To increase the mental power and expand the consciousness
- To clear the concepts of spirituality and self-realization
- To avoid the distraction and wrong understanding for the aspirants