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    Tantra: Temple of Love

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    Tantra…Temple of Love. In Tantra love is worship. This is the easy method to meet the ultimate bliss and ecstasy. Tantra considers man and woman two energies which unite to create new energy. Tantra is based on the mutual love and respect for your opposite partner. Tantra is not a black magic or this has not to have any spell on anybody. It is the mutual trust love and respect that creates a undivided bond between the two loving souls. Once the intimacy is developed then doubt confusion jealousy

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    Tantrism

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    religion would be the fundamental belief that "Tantra is a cult of ecstasy, focused on a vision of cosmic sexuality" (Rawson, 7). Even though the religion is based on sexuality, Tantrism is a practice involving many different rituals and beliefs that are associated with not only sex, but with a person's everyday life. In this fashion, these set of beliefs and practices are qualified as a religion. There is a unique connection that followers of Tantra believe exists between sex and the cosmos. As explained

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    The Guru Mandala Ritual

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    “Newar Buddhists inhabit the Kathmandu Valley and make up 5.5 percent of Nepal’s population.” Edward Irons, who constructed a history data base regarding Newar Buddhists, discuss the aspects that contribute to Newar Buddhism and what it consist of. There are various texts within this religion to which are very important. The differences pertaining to Newar Buddism is the use of rituals and texts within the Sanghas. When looking at Buddhism in itself, it is recognized as a religion that spread through

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    Mantras

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    Mantras The Mantras are very spiritual things used by the ancient in Asia, now a days this form of meditation has expanded and everyone has access to it. A Mantra can improve your life style by teaching you the art of meditation, by bringing peace to your soul and by helping you control difficult situations. A Mantra is a form of meditation that has existed for a long time; it is used in the whole world and you don’t need to be religious to use it. A Mantra is a word of wisdom that brings you

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    The Benefits Of Yoga

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    It’s no secret to exercise enthusiasts around the world that yoga is a holistic, multifaceted practice with a multitude of amazing benefits. Our overall health and well-being can be vastly improved by committing to as little as twenty minutes of Yoga a day. Along with the obvious positive affects that Yoga has on our bodies, it also – less conspicuously - aids us in developing a healthy mind and soul. The benefits of Yoga are essentially endless, though for the sake of practicality, I have limited

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    Art and Religion

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    Art and Religion Art is many times involved with religious practices and ceremonies. Much art which is related to a type of religion uses symbolic images which pertain to the belief. A great deal of this art is used primarily as decoration. It is also used to exalt that which is being praised, and it is attempted to move the viewer or believer in some way. Art can be used to tell a story of history or simply to imply the power of what is being praised. There seem to be few religious practices

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    7 Life Stages in Tantra

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    7 life stages of Tantra Not like Tantra, Hindu mythology or social system has divided the human life in 4 life stages considering the whole life of 100 years they have divided it in 4 life spans or stages. These are First Brahmcharaya meaning celibacy. Up to 25 years of age one should observe celibacy should not indulge in sex life. He/she should study and learn the things and collect knowledge. Second stage is Gristh meaning family life. One should marry produce his progeny raise a family and establish

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    Outside the Chakra: Modernization of Tantra and Tantricization of Modernity in the “Sacredsecular” Works of Lata Mani, Madhu Khanna and William Schindler Anway Mukhopadhyay, Doctoral Candidate and JRF, Dept of English, BHU While Gavin Flood argues that the

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    Sacred Sexuality

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    illegal, just as it is by today's standards. Though many people today do not necessarily follow "moral laws" or, even their own religion's belief about sex, there is still a connection between sex and spirituality. There are ancient practices such as tantra, tao sexology, and (namely) Kama sutra, which tends to be the most practiced and well known of the three in western culture. Which ancient traditions chose to include sexuality as a spiritual act? Some sects of early Christianity incorporated sexual

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    used as a form of sexual meditation. Practicing tantra builds intimacy and connection between you and your partner in a sexual relationship. In sexual tantric meditation one must learn to breathe in unison with your partner and keep good eye contact. By practicing tantra one can learn to develop the body’s energy. True sacred sexual relations is a divined way to connect deep within oneself and your partner on all levels. Studying the art of tantra means you can connect physically, emotionally, and

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