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by Subhojit Dasgupta on April 28th, 2010 7:00 pm
Ancient tantra teaches us that yoni massage is an excellent way of building trust between partners – a very vital factor in any relationship. The yoni tantra massage is also used to assist women who need to break through sexual blocks or trauma by creating a powerful bond of safety. Women who have had less-than-pleasant sexual experiences, and whose yoni was ‘used’ but not loved, can release these old hurts completely through the process of this ancient tantra technique, awakening to a new, love-centred sexuality. It can also remove emotional memories that manifest in the body as illnesses, tumors, chronic fatigue, depression and menstrual disorders.
The woman, catered to as a tantra goddess, should fully receive the gift without the expectation that she give back in any way. At all times during this tantra technique, the woman must be in the moment with sensual touch, without any goals to achieve. The central point of this spiritual, yet erotic massage is neither the technique or sequence, but the fact that it is a path leading to supreme conscious awareness of the yoni.
The practitioner must not proceed without expert guidance from an accomplished tantra teacher, for the yoni is in a very vulnerable state after a yoni massage. The practitioner must also remember that the practice of tantra yoni massage requires total concentration and a considerable stretch of dedicated time (two to three hours at the minimum). It must necessarily be administered as part of a tantra ritual, since it intends to transform the divine space into a temple of love. Both partners must purify themselves with a bath or an extensive shower beforehand.
Your tantra master will caution you that this tantra technique can yield completely different effects each time. Whatever the effects may be after each session, both partners treat each other with a lot of care. After completion, the woman may be much more open and vulnerable, and a word said unmindfully can hurt much more than it would otherwise.
The yoni tantra massage consists of a unique combination of twirls, stokes and techniques, including ‘Shaktipat paddati’ and energizing subliminal points, stroking the soul and ‘Sahasraram Shuddhi paddati’. When used for healing, a yoni massage involves strokes designed for connecting the heart, mind and yoni in a deep state of meditation-induced relaxation. It must remain non-intrusive and empowering, both for the giver and receiver.
Finally, it is imperative to keep in mind that tantra and yoni tantra massage have strong repercussions on the mind, body and soul, and must be practiced solely under the supervision of a tantra teacher.
Acharya Subhojit Dasgupta is a Tantra Teacher with an in-depth knowledge of traditional Indian sciences and Sanskrit literature. Visit his tantra online guide to read more about Ancient Tantra and Yoni Tantra massage, learn tantra exercises and tantric techniques from this young Tantra Master.
Yoni is a Sanskrit word for the vagina, which ancient tantra considers a lot more than just a sexual reproductive organ. The yoni is nothing less than the Sacred Temple of the Tantra Goddess. In fact, the vagina is also known as the Yantra – the dwelling place of universal tantra energy, or Shakti energy. Yoni tantra is a sacred and secret scripture for initiates of the Tantra tradition, since it is the celebration of the Tantra Goddess. There is great benefit for couples who study this scripture, and also for women who want to understand their real inner strength – and their true place in the Universe.
The sacred text from Bengal (16th century) that concerns itself with this aspect of tantra describes the Yoni Tantra Puja (worship). In this ceremonial tantra practice, the ordinary rules for tantra worship are suspended for the one who follows ‘Siddha Shakti’ precepts. The following verse, when translated, yields the true meaning behind the concept of the Tantra Goddess: ‘Women are jewels, women are life, women are, truly, jewels.’ Invoking the tantra goddess within through this puja is an established path towards conscious self-realization. The process requires that that the Goddess be worshipped along with her yoni and the lotus budding from her neck, which signifies creation.
The Dasa Mahavidyas (or the Ten Divine Studies) are listed in the third patala of Yoni Tantra as Kali, Tara, Shodasi, Bhuvaneshvari, Bhairavi, Chinnamasta, Dhumavati, Bagala, Matangi and Kamala, and associated with the different parts of the yoni. This can, of course, be very confusing for those who have just embarked on their study of ancient tantra and its profoundly mystical truths. To encapsulate the concepts in these scriptures – the vagina is a triangular form of Mahamaya or Prakrit, or the origin of the world. The three corners of the yoni are Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshvara. The vagina is divided into ten, each of which is considered a manifestation of the divine feminine (Tantra Goddess).
The shlokas (verses) are extremely explicit, and a new student of tantra is apt to misunderstand their real meaning. Tradition therefore requires that yoni tantra be studied only under the auspices of an authentic tantra master. Closely guarded, these tantra secrets are passed down from tantra teacher to tantra teacher and cannot be fully grasped from mere literature. Attempting to practice it without expert guidance is a corruption of energy and can lead to degradation of the Sacred Feminine – and this always has adverse consequences.
Acharya Subhojit Dasgupta is a Tantra Teacher with an in-depth knowledge of traditional Indian sciences and Sanskrit literature. Visit his tantra online guide to read more about Yoni Tantra and Tantra Goddess, learn tantra exercises and tantric techniques from this young Tantra Master.
Tantra body massage is the manipulation of the soft ‘sookshma nadis’ (of which 72000 exist in the human body) using specialized tantra techniques. Tantric abhyangam is a special body massage that keeps the mind and body balanced and functioning optimally. It also allows the recipient to experience intense pleasure at the soul level, and completely satisfies both partners by creating a two-way flow of love. Performed correctly, such a massage can lead to sublime spiritual closeness that transcends time and space.
Tantra sees the female body as an intense interaction of complex systems, all working in harmony to keep this universe alive. A tantra body massage can result in deep energy release. The body represents the universe, and this kind of massage can trigger the creative energy that drives growth and prosperity within. Moreover, it stimulates and relaxes the body while this flow of energy balances out the tantric chakras.
Tantra sees our bodies as comprised of ten energy zones. A tantra massage works from the inner zones to the outer body, invoking the body’s shakti. A more advanced version of this exotic massage form can actually realign the soul and the body, becoming an invaluable tool in the quest for self-realization.
If expertly performed, a tantra body massage will help increase the energy retention capacity of the ‘Manipura Chakra’ (or solar plexus) and relieve muscular and joint tension as it balances the body’s energy system. The interactive manipulation of the body using passive stretching and gentle pressure along the chakras leads to the release of energy. It works directly on the energy of the chakras to stimulate balance and healing, achieving this by triggering nine key points within the yoni.
Before receiving this massage, it is essential to drink at least three glasses of water, both before and after the session. Water helps cool down the body when it is experiencing the intense waves of pleasurable energy.
Lack of proper information about tantra body massage has led to a lot of scams. In fact, it is now often used a thinly-veiled front for prostitution. Tantra body massage is an authentic spiritual technique that has nothing to do with the dubious massage services we find on the Internet today. Be aware that a qualified Tantra practitioner of this highly specialized form of massage has knowledge of specific energy points, as well as the insertions and origins/actions of each of the major energy chakras. A fraud without such knowledge cannot do more than evoke mismatched pleasure/pain responses that are extremely counter-productive and can cause irreparable damage.
Acharya Subhojit Dasgupta is a Tantra Teacher with an in-depth knowledge of traditional Indian sciences and Sanskrit literature. Visit his tantra online guide to read more about Tantra Body Massage, learn tantra exercises and tantric techniques from this young Tantra Master.