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Podcast womb & End of Decade meditation links book club

Updated: Dec 31, 2019

I published my new episode womb meditation podcast prep men women in transition, please check it out https://www.podbean.com/ea/pb-muwgg-cc4798

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new episode womb meditation https://www.podbean.com/ea/pb-jyi85-cc496c

Episode

Letting go of a Decade 2020 has no room for baggage

Part one is chill Part 2 is a little Shakedown

Part 1 Link https://www.podbean.com/ea/pb-np8dr-cc9146

Episode

Letting Go of a decade no baggage Part 2

https://www.podbean.com/ea/pb-fkcha-cc9156

Books

Tantric Jesus does exist

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Important spiritual growth doesn’t happen when you’re meditating or on a yoga mat. It happens in the midst of conflict - when you’re frustrated, angry or scared and you’re doing the same old thing, and you suddenly realise that you have a choice to do it differently. - Unknown

Mini 4 min read but also an example of one of the types of Tantra besides the slow eye gazing yoga date night watered down version...

Tantric Philosophy by

Matt Caron

You may have heard of Tantric philosophy or tantric practice through the spiritual grapevine. Perhaps you heard that it’s a different sect of Buddhism or Hinduism, but you were certainly bound to hear or read that it that it has some kind of relationship with sex…but that’s not necessarily true! In fact, much of the tantra philosophy has absolutely nothing to do with sex. The confusion comes into play because it’s quite complex and deep, and requires a little extra thought in order to properly understand. Origin of Tantric Buddhism The Sanskrit reference to Tantric Buddhism is Vajrayāna, which means the “Diamond Way”. The “Diamond Way” was most likely developed from the Hindu version of tantra over 2,000 years ago in India; but the way these two are practiced today are very different from each other. It can be hard to define the exact origin of Tantric Buddhism, but we do know that Vajrayāna Buddhists believe that Buddha himself taught variations of tantric philosophy to kings that could not leave their worldly affairs. This philosophy also informed the creation Tibetan Buddhism, since it’s largely located in Northern India. A crazy fact: we also know that if it weren’t for tantric philosophy, Buddhism in India may have perished in the 13th century! That’s because many Indians were (and still are) very attached to Hinduism. Philosophy So what exactly do practicing Tantric Buddhists believe? Vajrayāna follows the Two-Truths doctrine. This is the belief that there are two kinds of truth for every person: Relative- Common sense truth Universal- Ultimate truth, or that which is devoid of characteristics The goal of Tantric Buddhism is to become awakened or “enlightened”, thereby discovering the real universal truth, moving past just simple relative truth. Of course, this is similar to normal Buddhism, but with a few distinctions: First, you could almost consider Vajrayāna a form of enlightenment through deity-worship. That doesn’t necessarily mean that they believe these deities are real…more like they are archetypes to be followed and imitated. Second, there is a practice of viewing pleasurable experiences as tranforming experiences of enlightenment. In other words, everything becomes spiritual. Origin of Tantric Buddhism The Sanskrit reference to Tantric Buddhism is Vajrayāna, which means the “Diamond Way”. The “Diamond Way” was most likely developed from the Hindu version of tantra over 2,000 years ago in India; but the way these two are practiced today are very different from each other. It can be hard to define the exact origin of Tantric Buddhism, but we do know that Vajrayāna Buddhists believe that Buddha himself taught variations of tantric philosophy to kings that could not leave their worldly affairs. This philosophy also informed the creation Tibetan Buddhism, since it’s largely located in Northern India. A crazy fact: we also know that if it weren’t for tantric philosophy, Buddhism in India may have perished in the 13th century! That’s because many Indians were (and still are) very attached to Hinduism. Philosophy So what exactly do practicing Tantric Buddhists believe? Vajrayāna follows the Two-Truths doctrine. This is the belief that there are two kinds of truth for every person: Relative- Common sense truth Universal- Ultimate truth, or that which is devoid of characteristics The goal of Tantric Buddhism is to become awakened or “enlightened”, thereby discovering the real universal truth, moving past just simple relative truth. Of course, this is similar to normal Buddhism, but with a few distinctions: First, you could almost consider Vajrayāna a form of enlightenment through deity-worship. That doesn’t necessarily mean that they believe these deities are real…more like they are archetypes to be followed and imitated. Second, there is a practice of viewing pleasurable experiences as tranforming experiences of enlightenment. In other words, everything becomes spiritual. From the late Lama Thubten Yeshe, in his book Introduction to Tantra: A Vision of Totality: “The same desirous energy that ordinarily propels us from one unsatisfactory situation is transmuted, through the alchemy of tantra, into a transcendental experience of bliss and wisdom. The practitioner focuses the penetrating brilliance of this blissful wisdom so that it cuts like a laser beam through all false projections of this and that and pierces the very heart of reality.”

https://blog.sivanaspirit.com/tantric-buddhism/

And of year reminder

In order to conquer the demons, if you will of the outer world. It is necessary to heal the anger within. Any traces of it. In order to conquer the lies, the hatred you must stop lying to yourself. End the restlessness within. And then it in fact does not get easier. No. It spirals back to a larger playing field of responsibility in awareness. Then the true balancing act comes. And everything even the smallest thought & action becomes priceless. The more flow becomes breathtaking at first. And so it all goes. It is never ending. Once you get to neutrality you then allow that flow in and it consumes you in its fire transforming you again into something, someone that you must learn relearn reinvent yourself because in awareness you know it IS in fact all you. But this new you .. you must now explore and experience as well. The fear for the unknown is re challenged because indeed change is inevitable and in neutrality you know that resistance is futile and so then again so is the surrender. To sell books on this subject is a rip off because you are the tao, the way, the master, the teacher and student. A mastery of one leads to being a student of the next. You can only find meaning in it if you fall in love with its spiral and have courage to always go deeper into the unknown. Because that BE you as well. Know thyself Be humble Courageous And keep going. There are no books that can teach you enlightenment. You are it. Just stop and really really look because all the keys, tools and codes etc are in your very essence. Much love Happy happy New Year. We made it Now Keep going. Gotta walk the walk not just talk the talk. Once in neutrality you become the stillness in chaos because you are the chaos as well ...and your stillness could not have come to light without it. And so on and so on... Spiral out keep going It's quite a trip if I do humbly kneel down to say so myself. Lay your sword down for your wars end and when only love is left courage is what is needed in order to be guided by your own hand as deep as you alone can allow it. Shakti www.shaktidurgahealingarts.com Booking Tantra Past life regression Womb massage Yoni massage And shamanic classes

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