Sat, 20 Mar | Online Event via ZOOM

TANTRA, Introductory Course

The Supreme Understanding The Practice of Mindful Expansion An introductory Course
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TANTRA, Introductory Course

Time & Location

20 Mar, 10:00 – 13:00 GMT
Online Event via ZOOM

About The Event

What is Tantra?

Tantra is a holistic approach to the study of the universal from the point of view of the individual: the study of the macrocosm through the study of the microcosm.

It draws on all the sciences – astronomy, astrology, numerology, physiognomy, physics, chemistry, alchemy, Ayurveda, psychology, parapsychology, mathematics, geometry, and so on – to provide a practical means of realizing the highest ideals of philosophy in daily life.

Instead of separating and categorizing the different areas of human knowledge, Tantra draws them together like beads on one string. The beautiful rosary thus formed is a unique instrument for enhancing the physical, mental, and spiritual life of a man and woman.

Put another way, Tantra studies the tree of life itself instead of limiting itself to any single branch of the tree. This tree, this macrocosm, is a great organization of diverse elements, linked together by a unifying law (dharma) that is inherent in their very nature. Tantra seeks to understand this law, which has organized the diverse phenomena into the world of relative existence (maya), and to use it to promote the evolution of individual consciousness. 

As stated in the Kashika Vritti, “Tantra is that knowledge which expands mind, body, and consciousness.”

The aim of Tantra, then, is to expand awareness in all states of consciousness, whether waking state, dream state, or deep sleep. 

To accomplish this, we need a kind of “deprogramming” and “reprogramming” of our human computer.

This is an online introductory course which will include:

  1. Talk on philosophy with presentation (it will be sent to the participants after each session)
  2. Breathing and meditation practices
  3. Tantra Yoga Practices
  4. Q&A part

The course will lead you through the practices during 4 weekends. (Saturdays)

Dates: 20, 27 March, 3, 10 April 2021

Time: 10 - 1pm (3 hrs with a break half-way)

The course is recommended to the:

  • true seekers
  • interested in further deepening their knowledge and practice in yoga

If you have further questions about the course please reach out to:

  • Full Price

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