Unveiling the mysticism of Tantra

  • The Evolution of Tantras
  • Nature of Shiva and Shakti
  • The Siva Tantras (18 Agamas): Their Ritualistic
  • Tantra as a Way of Realization: Pure and Perfect Consciousness, Being and Bliss, Cit-Sakti and Cid-Vilasa
  • Kashmir Shaiva Philosophy and it’s Tantric Sadhna
  • Three Currents of Tantric Traditions: Dakshina, Vama and Madhyama, Significance of Tantric Sadhana

Essence of TantraThe Essence of Tantra classes at the Ghats of Varanasi encapsulate a mystical journey. Set against the sacred backdrop of the ancient city’s ghats, the classes blend the spiritual teachings of Tantra with the serene ambiance of the Ganges River. Led by experienced practitioners, these sessions harmonize meditation, yoga, and philosophical discussions to delve into the deeper layers of consciousness, aiming to guide participants toward self-realization and spiritual growth amidst the vibrant energy of Varanasi’s revered ghats.

Course Objective and Outcomes:

Amongst various schools of Indian Philosophy, Tantra is the most esoteric and misunderstood. Now the Tantra Vidya is merely understood as black magic and sorcery which is not at all true and is just a portion of this entire framework. This program is designed to teach the true message of Tantra.

  • The benefits of the course would be correct knowledge of Tantra and its basic concepts.
  • To understand the evolution of Tantra
  • To analyze various types of Tantra practices
  • To understand the current tantric practices
  • To analyze the tantric way of realization
  • Understanding the nature and scope of Tantra from a philosophical point of view.
  • A Comprehensive study of the components of Siva Tantra to delineate their ritualistic orientation.
  • Descriptive study of the various currents of Tantra.
  • Analytic study of the concept of consciousness in Tantra philosophy.
  • Exploratory study of the scope and significance of Tantra as a way to spiritual realization.
  • Understanding the uniqueness of Tantric tradition in the wider context of classical Indian philosophy.

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