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As a modern-day Yogini and Temple Body Artist, I am honoured to share the wisdom transmissions that I received to women healing & transforming. It became my sacred mission and soul’s purpose to awaken your inner Wild Goddess through my signature creation. My intention is to take a passionate stand for your pleasure and power.
When we heal our wounds, release our blockages, and our life force flows, expands, captures every area of the body and life, something changes within and around us. We transform. Not to new, changed women but to our true essence. We live in joy, love and aliveness.
Today’s Tantrism is based on a century-old collection of techniques that often refer to goddesses to achieve different powers. In almost all tantric religions (Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism), the worship and homage of the female goddess are central (for example, in Hinduism, the goddess Durga, as well as Kali and Lalita and other female deities). Tantra combines sensuality with spirituality.
Tantra has many meanings. Unfortunately, the erotic meaning is usually understood as the actual and thereby hypersexualized one. However, in comparison to the great ancient philosophies and what it means, sexual representation is only a small part of the great epistemology, teaching that embodies the connection of wisdom and spirituality. Tantra is a Sanskrit word; “TAN” means “to expand” and “TRA” means “light shimmer or instrument”. Within Goddess Yoga, Tantra is a sacred practice to expand and integrate various gifts of ours into our lives to realize our full creative potential. Tantra sees the body as an instrument of the Divine.
The goal of Tantrism is to become one with the Divine and the recognition of the highest reality. Since it is assumed that this reality is energetic in nature and the microcosm and macrocosm are interwoven, Tantrism performs external actions as a mirror of internal states. Tantrism is permeated with magical ideas. Very distinctive are ritual and cult.
The polarities active and passive, respectively female and male, which through their interaction form the universe. Shiva, the masculine principle, is considered passive, and Shakti, the feminine principle, is active. The system of subtle energy centres (Chakra) on which yogic and meditative practices are based, such as the visualization of deities or the sexual union:
Bija Mantras that dominate each Chakra (from Crowns to Root Chakra):
Om, Om, Ham, Yam, Ram, Vam, Lam
Working with geometric symbols such as Mandala and Yantra as an expression of the macrocosm and microcosm
Working with mantras and mudras
The transformation of body centres into mental places through mantras and symbols
The influx of magical ideas
In Tantra, the names YONI and LINGAM are used. Yoni is a Sanskrit word for female genitalia. It means “source, origin or sacred space”. Lingam is the Sanskrit word for the male genital, the origin of the word means “spear or arrow of light”. There are many temples around the world dedicated to the worship of yoni and lingam.
Finally, Tantra is an ancient art of devotion to the divine feminine and masculine in all beings.