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Tantra-Yoga is a Yoga or union through expanded consciousness or Tantra into the God's spirit or ultimate supreme soul. The term Tantra itself is derived from the two verb root "tan" and "tra". The verb "Tan" means ‘to spread, stretch or expand’ or sometimes ‘do in detail’, and can be translated as loom, warp, that which is woven, rule, ritual, doctrine, scripture or religious treatise; and "tra" means separation of ignorance from mind or human consciousness. Thus, The word • Tantra literally means expansion of mind from lower or individual consciousness to higher or universal or divine consciousness  through, • Mantra (Proper combined holy cosmic sounds as the form of letters or wards), • yantra (divine cosmic patterns as geometrical fighures created by vibrations of mantra in a subtle form), Mandala (pattern of ora or pranic potential energy or universal life force dynamically existed in / around every being / particles), worship, and other rituals. Tantra concentrates on expending all levels of his or her consciousness to unveil and realized the supreme reality. Tantra focuses on the dynamic aspect divinity called "Shakti" or "the Cosmic Mother". The Tantric devotee strives to attune with the spiritual dynamic energy in order to transform personal limitations and release subconscious blockages. The Tantric method is to sublimate rather than negate relative reality. This method of sublimation consists of three phases: purification, elevation and the "reaffirmation of identity on the plane of pure consciousness. The True Tantra-yoga is a pure path, but it has been abused by some self-proclaimed adherents. Tantra yoga is not concerned with sexuality, but with the creative force and transmuting this energy into higher channels. Rather, the goal of Tantra-Yoga is to awaken and harmonize the male and female aspects within each person in order to spiritually awaken and realize the whole universe as an expression of the Cosmic Mother, the divine life force, or Spirit.   

                The Vedas are said to have been given for the first of the four Yugas (ages or cycles of the world), the   • Satya-Yuga or krta, which was an era of truth (satya) and virtue. In the second orTreta-Yuga and the third or Dvapara-Yuga these two qualities diminish to a point where the Vedic rites lose their effectiveness. Tantra is prescribed for the final or kali-Yuga, which is the present age, characterized as it is by spiritual ignorance, greed and suffering. Tantra developed along similar lines within the Hindu, Buddhist and Jain traditions. The most significant strands of Hindu Tantra are associated with the Vaishnava, Shaiva and Shakta religious cults, though there are other schools of Tantra within and besides these. These three religious movements worship the gods Vishnu and Shiva and the goddess Shakti respectively. All three Devas (from the verb root div = ‘to shine’) or deities are mentioned in the Vedas.

 

           Tantra envisions the Universe as an extremely complex, multi-dimensional web of invisible energies. This Science permits the controlled expansion of consciousness beyond the web of illusory appearances and thus liberates us from ignorance. Tantra is divided into three parts, these are 1st "Vama Marga" (suitable for householders), 2nd "Kaula Marga" (suitable for householders) and 3rd "Dakshina Marga" (suitable for unmarred & bachelors). The Vama Marga Tantra is also called Vama Marga, i.e. The Left Hand Path, due to the fact that women, who are of lunar influence, negative polarity or the left, play an essential role in this Science. These latter practices included most notoriously the so-called "Pancha-makara" or ‘five makaras’: means the consumption of wine (Madya), meat (Mamsa), fish (Matsya) and parched grain (mudra) in a ceremonial context that culminated in a consecrated sexual ritual between female and male initiates (maithuna).  Some of the Tantric tradition teaches, Certain Tantric techniques enable the practitioner to verify that the bioenergetics differences of polarity between man and woman are energized to the highest extent through the love play and that a mutual exchange between these two forms of energy (Yin/female, Yang/male) takes place during sexual intercourse in which the two partners harmonize themselves on multiple levels. Performed in the Tantric way (successive orgasms without ejaculation) these unions can intensify and develop the latent extra-sensorial capacities and the mental power of both partners beyond any expectations. The couple who practice Tantric sexual union use the subtle energies of the man's body and the complementary energies of the woman's body for attaining the state of harmony with the Absolute.

          This practice was not a feature of all schools of Tantra, but it is emblematic of Tantra’s guiding principle that the Absolute can be realized in and through the human body. This principle subverts the tendency towards worldly renunciation in orthodox Hinduism and reverses its disregard for sexuality, the feminine, the human body and indeed physical existence as a whole, which in orthodox thought is the crucible of suffering. However, The Way which is recommended here is not at all made of negations or austerities as in most other spiritual systems, but of pleasure and beatitudes. Tantric tradition puts forth clearly that the state of harmonious integration and spiritual freedom can be obtained only through direct experience and living of everyday life. The inferior levels of consciousness cannot be effortlessly controlled and surpassed unless fully and frantically, intensely and totally, lived in the whole plenitude of their power. It is important to emphasize that Tantra substantiates its techniques of spiritual development on the perfect yet effortless control of the sexual energy. Through frantic super-sensual fusion of the subtle complementary principles, man and woman realize the alchemical sublimation of the sexual energy. This phenomenon, which leads to a gradual liberation from the painful limitations of Space and Time that restrain terrestrial life, propels man and woman towards the cosmic ecstasy (Samadhi).

 

            The human body, with all its biological and psycho-mental processes, is only an instrument in which and through which the cosmic forces operate. The individual human structure and the outer macrocosmic manifestation, or Universe, are similar. Therefore all that exists in the Universe should also exist in a certain form and proportion in the microcosm, i.e. the human body. In manifesting the universe, this pure consciousness seems to become divided into two poles or aspects, neither of which can exist without the other. One aspect, Shiva, is masculine, retains a static quality and remains identified with unmanifested consciousness. Shiva has the power to be but not the power to become or change. The other aspect, Shakti, is feminine, dynamic, energetic and creative. Shakti is the Great Mother of the universe, for it is from her that all form is born. In this respect, Tantric texts say that nobody will be able to obtain spiritual perfection using difficult and boring techniques. Perfection can be realized easily using the fulfillment of all suppressed wishes (Sanskaras). It is said "One can fall due to the earth, another one can, without doubt, raise himself with the help of the earth." (Here "earth" is symbolic of woman and sexual pleasure). Another text (Kularnava Tantra : 2-23 ) says: "If a man is an Yogi, he does not enjoy sensual pleasures; while one who enjoys them cannot know Yoga." That is why the Kaula Tantric  way, containing  the essence of sexual enjoyment and Yoga, is superior to all spiritual paths. In the Kaula approach, sexual enjoyment turns into Yoga directly. What in conventional religion is considered sin in Kaula becomes meritorious."

            Yoga and Tantra form the primitive lode of the Indian spiritual tradition, a foundation deeply connected to universal philosophies. With purposeful investigation, it presents a genuine science of man where cosmic forces mingle with physiology, psychology, magic and spiritualism. Tantra offers a practical, multi-leveled vision of the human being, a unified theory that explains the most intimate aspects of man's behavior. Tantra’s reverence for the human body is indicative of its refusal to accept the traditional opposition between the enjoyment of worldly experience (bhoga or bhukti) and spiritual liberation (moksha or mukti). For instance where classical yoga urges us to suppress the activation of sanskaras or latent behavioral patterns in order to transcend the world given to us by the senses, Tantra encourages us to enter more fully into that world and realize that all spurs to action are the play of the Divine (Lila). The Tantric approach is therefore neither to oppose our desires and inclinations nor to indulge or identify with them, but to shape their expression into a form of sadhana that seeks a living unity with the Divine. By recognizing that everything ‘that is’ is an expression of the Divine, the dualism between the Absolute and worldly experience is dissolved. Liberation (moksha) is then no longer a matter of overcoming our attachment to the life of the senses through renunciation, but of transforming that life by realizing the primordial unity of the totality of experience.

                According to Tantra, the  human being is a miniature universe. All that is found in the cosmos can be found within each individual, and the same principles that apply to the universe apply in the case of the individual being. In human beings, Shakti, the feminine aspect is called Kundalini, the source of a mysterious energy - an energy still not properly defined by modern science but of paramount importance for a complete spiritual emancipation. This potential energy is said to rest at the base of the spinal cord. The object of the Tantric practice of Kundalini-yoga is to awaken this cosmic energy and make it ascend through the psychic centers, the chakras, that lie along the axis of the spine as consciousness potentials. She will then unite above the crown of the head with Shiva the pure consciousness. This union is the aim of Kundalini-yoga: a resolution of duality into unity again, a fusion with the Absolute. By this union the adept attains liberation while living which is considered in Indian life to be the highest experience: an union of the individual with the universe. In Tantrism system the state of ultimate bliss is a transcendence of dualities as :male-female, energy-consciousness, Shiva-Shakti.

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