Desire is all-pervasive – it exists in us at all times. We either indulge or suppress it, but few of us understand it. Let me explain desire – true desire.
Gautama Buddha said that desire is suffering. I can agree to this only if I extrapolate on it – to desire is to suffer, but only when you do not know how to desire. The monk may have sold his Ferrari, but how did he acquire it in the first place? The sequel – ‘I Bought The Monk’s Ferrari’ – tells us that to renounce something, you first have to possess it.
I believe in the goodness of desire and affirm its importance. In today’s world, where the social, economical and political milieu demands that we keep up with the Joneses or get morally battered by them, it is important to pursue our desires. However, we must do so intelligently, resourcefully and esoterically. An accomplished exponent of Tantra can show the right way to pursue one’s desires. Welcome to my world.
It is important to understand our desires and not deny or suppress them. We must allow our desires to reach the very peak of their urgency before satiating them. Tantra propounds that desire in itself is not a sin. There is no such thing as shameful desire – however, the intention behind that desire may be sinful and shameful for mortal beings.
We must never forget that everyone exists in this world for a reason. To find our purpose is our life’s primary objective – the next is to fulfil it. Living without understanding our purpose is futile.
Desires are integral to our being. To deny them is to deny a large part of our essential being. Life is meant to be a celebration – and enjoyment of what Tantra calls ‘Charmananda‘ (the eternal orgasm). An accomplished Tantric exponent can lead you to it.
Hope. Hope is what sustains us, even though there are no guarantees in life. The Tantric master offers you exactly what you need. The uninitiated initially find it difficult to understand the nature and promise of Tantra. However, the Tantra master has a deep comprehension of a timeless scientific art.
The teacher of Tantra practises these all his life and has experienced the immense benefits first-hand. He does not sell pipe dreams – he offers a tried and tested gift – the gift of unlimited potential and consciousness.
The various Tantra courses we offer can be customised to individual needs. The customized Tantra course includes all aspects the student’s consciousness needs – kriyas, mudras, meditation, theory, etc. However, it will put greatest emphasis on the practical application of all these in the student’s daily life.
A great thought serves little purpose if it does not positively impact one’s life. Most seekers of Tantric truth fall by the wayside because they cannot reconcile their esoteric practices in their daily lives. As a Tantra teacher, it is my mission to help my students incorporate their newfound knowledge into mainstream life, thereby transforming their lives into a continuous explosion of ‘Charmananda‘.
No, desire is not evil. Everything in life is worth acquiring provided that we understand the desired object’s rightful place in our life. Understanding the right way to cater to and fulfil our desires is vital. Ironically, though we have all the technological conveniences of modern life, we have lost the essence of life itself. Our ancestors had a firm grasp on this essence – now, Tantra will help you re-acquire your rightful love for life!
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Subhojit Dasgupta is a teacher of Tantra