24 July 2017 @ 13:30 - 16:00
Organised by : Martin
In this workshop, we explore the concepts of Tantra. Tantra, as opposed to the Sutric philosophy of dualism, has monism as its philosophy. In Tantra, the mind and body are…
In this workshop, we explore the concepts of Tantra.
Tantra, as opposed to the Sutric philosophy of dualism, has monism as its philosophy. In Tantra, the mind and body are all one, and in Sutric philosophy, the mind is separate from the body. In Tantric philosophy, we honour the body with rituals. The body is made up of subtle energies, and it is this that this workshop will focus on.
In Tantra, the human body is a microcosm of the entire universe and are made up of two opposing forces. Through Tantra, we seek to reunite these forces. Tantric rituals such as asana work to bring our gross body into harmony. Practices around the subtle body such as chakras balancing are working to bring the subtle body into a harmonious state
One of these main forces within us is Shakti or Kundalini. Kundalini according to Tantric philosophy lays at the base of the spine. Through Tantric practices, the aspirant seeks to release this dormant force, to rise through our subtle body, ascending the chakras achieving union.
In this workshop, we will explore the subtle body
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