The Tara Goddesses Tara is quite well known to the West through Her Tibetan manifestations, but some are unaware of the important position She occupies in the Hindu tantrik pantheon. She is the second of the ten Mahavidyas. The ma or sources used on this page are an important! Some have attempted to separate the Hindu Tara from the Tibetan Tara, but there is little doubt that She is the same evi. Here Tara takes her form as!
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Listen, O Devi, I will speak concisely of the essence of yoga. The body resembles a tree, with the root above and the branches below. In the macrocosm there are tirthas bathing places which also exist in the body. The macrocosm is like the microcosm. What do you think these words stand for? Do they incite fear or abhorrence in you? They are pagan based ideologies that try to grasp the interplay of the divine masculine and divine feminine energies that are at the crux of creation.
Whenever you try to understand how this binary plays out, you are in fact a witch or a tantrika. Brahma has four faces and each of the Vedas, Rig, Sama, Yagur, Atharva are said to have emanated from each of those four faces.
What do you think is the meaning of Brahma? Do you see how this is panning out? Brahma — the symbol of the Universe. The Tantras are known to contain the practical application of how the Vedas work. One of my spiritual teachers and a great tantric called Blavatsky. She was a Vamachari tantric and she brought this path in focus to her Western students! She has been a guiding force in my life…she is always with me, guiding me and helping me to realize my mission in the 3d realm.
And as some say, she never intended the use of left hand magick to have negative connotations. Her words and h er work were misconstrued.
These five Ms have a deep symbology. While immersed in tantra, you will slowly move away from crude enjoyments because they will mean nothing. If one is too addicted to these things, when they do it consciously, they will move away from them…slowly but surely….
The left path, which is sometimes considered dark or black magic is non linear. However, there is nothing dark or negative about the left path.
In fact, this path, although not suited for all, can bring one to moksha and gyana, enlightenment and wisdom earlier than the right path. Because the left path opens up unknown chapters of reality. It shows us things that can scare or frighten the weak or the coward and can sway them from their spiritual path. Therefore, before you begin to delve into tantra, it is important to know which path to follow. Why be scared if you understand that everything exists in everything and everything is nothing.
SO much so for semantics. In representations of the Buddha image, the right hand often makes an active mudra of skillful means—the earth-touching, protection, fearlessness, wish-granting or teaching mudra; while the left hand often remains in the passive mudra of meditative equipoise, resting in the lap and symbolizing meditation on emptiness or wisdom. The left hand path is the path of Sunyata or the Great Void or the Goddess…so special as I write about this during navaratri….
In the Agamas, we see worship taking the center stage, but in Nigama, we see the preponderance of Science. Of course, not the materialistic Science of today, but metaphysical and spiritual science. However, in this era, which is considered to be Kaliyuga, the practise of Agama shastra is probably the best way to seek enlightenment.
It is the quickest and the easiest path. Forget the Vedas, the Smrutis and the Puranas for now. This is the time to understand tantra. Tantra is about delicate balance, so when you learn to ace this energy, you find that you are perpetually in a state of bliss.
No matter what happens, your samadhi cannot be disturbed. Shiva tells us that if we learn the tantric mantras and how to activate the chi in them, then we have created internal alchemy. We become the alchemists. Nothing is Everything and Everything is Nothing…can you sense how sublime this reality can be? The changeless, absolute and pure consciousness is Shiva, while the natural tendency of Shiva towards the outward manifestation of the five divine activities is Shakti.
So, even though Shiva is Shakti, and Shakti is Shiva, and even though both are merely aspects of the same reality called Paramasiva, still, these concepts of Shiva-hood and Shakti-hood are counted as the first two tattvas.
These two tattvas are at the plane of absolute purity and perfect unity. Pandit, Specific Principles of Kashmir Shaivism 3rd ed. Shiva has said in the Brihadnila Tantra to his consort or Shakti Parvati, that if one understands the fundamental crux of the tantra, then they will never be wanting for anything.
Even during paranormal haunting. This text Brihad Nila tantra is the secret of all secrets and even just having the text is like having the Goddess Laxmi reside in your place. This path is not one of renunciation. It is a path that brings you all kinds of success. In fact, with the understanding of the text, the esoteric parts, one will become a miracle worker.
A magician. What is that? Suppose in the spiritual world whatever will reveal within the brain will be flashed among the human race and by such phenomenon the world will get real benefit. Skip to content.
Mamsa or meat which allegorically refers to the control of speech…yay for the vegans! If proper control can be had of them through pranayama, then one reaches samadhi.
Mudra or parched grain which refers to keeping spiritual company and staying away from low vibes. Maithuna or sex which means the uniting of the kundalini with Parashiva, the nucleic consciousness at the Shasrara or the Pineal gland.
Maithuna opens your third eye. If one is too addicted to these things, when they do it consciously, they will move away from them…slowly but surely… The right path is linear. Like a straight line. It consists of rituals, worship and such.
Brihad Nila Tantra
By Guest guest, March 19, in Shakti Sadhana. Dear Tantrapriyas, I had saved this posting in my drafts section. I forgot all about it. Iam giving below information about Brihad Nila Tantra. Tara is quite well known to the West through Her Tibetanmanifestations, but some are unaware of the important position She occupies in the Hindu tantrik pantheon. She is the second of the ten Mahavidyas. The other aspects are Vishnu and Mahesh -- all three symbolised in the three heads of Lord Dattatreya, patron guru of the Natha tradition.
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Listen, O Devi, I will speak concisely of the essence of yoga. The body resembles a tree, with the root above and the branches below. In the macrocosm there are tirthas bathing places which also exist in the body. The macrocosm is like the microcosm. What do you think these words stand for? Do they incite fear or abhorrence in you?