Prosperity is like a dream and youth is like a flower. Life is seen and is then gone like lightning. How can anyone who knows this yet remain content! ParaTan offers all Soul Searchers a way to utilize their youth effectively, now and beyond sixties. You can come for our 15 days intensive, and should you feel that what we offer is for you, then stay for our full program. Part of your donation for the intensive will be credited to the full program.
The first chapter of Kularnava Tantra opens with some fine verses. “Devi tells Lord Shiva of how human are suffering and asks the means whereby they may be liberated. Lord Shiva in reply speaks of the Brahman and of the creatures who are encircled by Maya and like sparks of the fire parts of him. Of there human birth is the greatest. He or she is a self-killer who having attained human birth, yet not seek his or her true nature.”
ParaTan sound can help you to activate the chakras via the nadis, thus allowing you to seek your true nature.
“One who does not cure oneself of the disease of Hell what will One do when One yet suffering from such disease goes to a place where there is no medicament?”
Knowledge of the Ten Mahavidyas and the activation of the 10 main nadis cures Oneself of the disease of Hell.
Moreover the world is full of evils, which arise from attachment. Shiva Says “Oh Beloved to sleep, to copulate, to eat and other such functions are common to all animals. Human alone is possessed with knowledge. He or she who is devoid of it is a beast” (Kularnava Tantra)
There is no birth like the human birth. Both the Devas and the manes desire it. For the Jiva the human body is of all the bodies the most difficult to come by. For this it is said that human birth is attained with extreme difficulty. It is said in all the sutras that of the jiva’s eighty-four lakhs of births the human birth is the most fruitful. In no other birth can the jiva acquire knowledge of the Truth. Human birth is the stepping-stone to the path of liberation. But rare are the meritorious who come by it” (Visvasara Tantra)
Of all birth taken by one, the human birth is the most important for it is then that one becomes awake, aware of his or her state of bondage and the necessity of release and is in a position to take steps for liberation from its hold. ParaTan Sound is a very effective way to help you find liberation. The steps for liberation are the Ten Mahavidyas and Kundalini Sakthi. Mother Kundalini moves with sound, for she is sound, To find out more about the Mahavidya please purchase the following books, they are all wonderful books
1. The Ten Great Cosmic Powers by S. Shankaranarayanan from Samata Books
2. Tools for Tantra by Harish Johari from Destiny Books
3. Tantric Yoga and the Wisdom Goddess by Dr. David Frawley
After reading the above books you will understand the opportunities that are available to you. Free yourself from the bondage of past pain and limitations and go up the ladder of Cosmic existence.
Human being have a self will and is not totally subject to the impulses and drive of Nature as are beings lower than human in the scale of evolution. One has a mind that can see and organize. Even beings higher than human envy his or her birth, because it is only human life on this earth, which is a field of evolution that holds the possibility of change, progress and release. The Puranas declare that the very Devas have to come down on earth and embody themselves here if they wish to go up the ladder of Cosmic existence.
Wealth, merit, and demerit, visits to holy places, all these can be had again and again but not so a happy birth and a sound body. One who is so endowed with a noble birth in the spiritual sense; yet fail to avail of it for his or her uplift is indeed a self-slayer.
This body is meant to be guarded, nourished and built up with a view to live according to the right Law, (Dharma), Dharma leads to Jnana (Knowledge), Jnana to Dhyana and Yoga which inevitably lead to Mukti, (Liberation). Therefore, tend the body till you realize the truth of existence. At IFC India, we offer all the opportunity, a sacred space to tend to the body, mind and soul.
The Universal energy manifest as energy of the stars, planets, and galaxies and this cosmic, all-pervading force nourishes the body, mind and spirit. The planets and stars influence the organs, forces of the Earth and the Moon create a very strong, magnetic power that attract all other galactic energies. These energies are constantly both energizing and influencing ones body, mind and soul A Tantric uses astrology to understand the interplay of energies between the planets, stars and Human beings. Tantra speaks of ida nadi as the moon, pingala nadi as the sun, and sushumna nadi as the fire. The imagery of sun and moon has been a persistent one in Tantrik literature; the Nath-siddha Tantriks even wear large earrings symbolizing sun and moon.
The central sushumna is flanked on its left with ida and on its right pingala, two subtle psychic nadis both arising from the root-basic center, and running parallel and close to the sushumna, until they cross and the right-left positions and reversed. The two nadis signify opposite poles, male and female components, within each individual.
The sun-moon imagery moon has a cooling effect on the system while sun dries up the system. In the mystical manner of speaking, one determines the individual involvement in the phenomenal vortex, while the other burns up this bond and releases the individual.
It will be an error to look upon human as a helpless victim of contending forces. As a matter of fact, the two complementary, a male-female configuration, which is essential both for creation and release.
When an individual take up Tantrik life, or practice Yoga, the opening of ida and pingala at the root basic center can be blocked, and the current are forced to move along the central sushumna. With most practices one has to have a discipline practice for a long period of time for this to happen, and with ParaTan it can be achieved within a few years. Even though ParaTan offers faster results, it is only ideal for couples or a community of friends like a healing circle. Individualistic practice is not suitable with ParaTan, as ParaTan is a Dance of Love between two or more.
Lovemaking – ritualistic dance
This ritualistic dance of union is termed as Mithuna (the pair-body or two-in-one) or Shiva-Sakthi dance. It is, in fact, an interior aspiration to accomplish the alchemical masterpiece of merging the Male - the Solar principle with the Female - the Lunar one in order to become the perfect human being.
Mithuna has nothing in common with sexual orgies. It symbolizes the eternal union of Spirit and Nature and epitomizes the fulfillment of the contemplative love or the spiritualized sexuality, unlike what is popularly considered by unlearned Hindus and Westerners. Sexual act does not occur within ParaTan sessions, as it is a Lovemaking worship that need not necessarily precedes the sexual act.
The alchemy of the Lovemaking therefore involves a deep knowledge of one's own sexuality, a total control over the sexual energy and the existence of pure and unconditional love.
ParaTan Lovemaking can become a profound meditative worship in which the participants become living embodiments of the Divine.
ParaTan like Tantra Yoga uses a complex symbolism of the subtle human anatomy. The spinal column represents the axis of life, having its roots in the Underworld and its branches in Heaven. The base of the spinal tree is the site of great source of energy, the symbolic image of the divine power (vitality).
ParaTan lovemaking consists of the awakening of this divine power - Mother Kundalini, as she is highly spirited, she needs controlled ascent from the roots of the spinal tree to the branches. This process defines the spiritual enlightenment and the final liberation of the human Self.
When the Serpent stays at the base of the spinal tree, it manifests as sexual energy; when moving upward, it is called Kundalini when at the top of the tree, it manifests as spirit.
During the ParaTan rite, Mother Kundalini is awakened and raised, being eventually directed toward the contemplation of the Divine embodied in woman and man.
Lovemaking need the combined forces of the body, the soul and the spirit as a whole.
For us the importance of these ideas reside less in technical details and more in their psychological value. These ideas represent a highly evolved attitude toward relationship, sexuality and life.
If these ideas would be assimilated by the modern civilization and put to work, they would contribute unexpectedly to clarify our confusions related to marriage and sexuality.
The contemplative Lovemaking makes it possible to spontaneously perceive our relationship with the Universe. The actual "technique" of lovemaking is not primarily important, because here there is no result to attain.
In this approach, both man and woman are spontaneously on the path of self-discovery, without judging or expecting anything in advance, but living passionately that which exists in the moment.
By this, is not only meant the time that is measured in seconds, hours, days, etc., but chiefly a psychic attribute (which could be called a degree of excellence) that allows events to happen in their own time, an inner rhythm that defines a no-hurry attitude. This is a fundamentally essential attitude without which spirituality is impossible.
The Tantric and Taoist modality of no-ego-involvement allows an endless exchange of love
This approach is much easier for women, due to their basically passive, receptive nature. But once man gets used to this spiritual approach of sexuality, he can prolong lovemaking indefinitely in time, offering to his woman the greatest possible degree of satisfaction and fulfillment, together with a quick and profound path leading to self-discovery and enlightenment.
One of the first steps of the contemplative sexuality is the discovery of the profundity and pleasure of the most simple contacts, which are generally considered either as having little to do with the sexual act or as being preliminary to it.
It is, for example, discovering the beauty of seeing your loved one, of touching him or her, of listening to his or her voice. There is one condition though: do not expect these contacts to lead to anything, do not force them to lead to anything but let them follow their natural course and stay in a state of detached expectancy.
Thus received, the outer and the inner world become charged with an incredible intensity of life, and we perceive ourselves as containing, to a certain degree, the outer reality reflected in our inner world.
ParaTan can also be called psychic lovemaking, which implies the careful discovery of your Lover.
During the ParaTan ritual the most important activity is the continuous act of contemplation - all the rest being secondary from the very beginning.
If this fact is not understood, ParaTan worship risks becoming a refined snobbishness without any spiritual significance.
It is a pity that the majority of those who start the practice of Tantra (and even many of those who consider themselves advanced) think of it as a skill that will be attained through the practice of certain techniques.
There is nothing to attain! There is no effort, no goal, and no path. The only thing that might require some effort is to give up, to unlearn our prejudices about sexuality. After this has been done, Tantra is what remains.
Tantra is a way of life expounded by Shiva and the Great Mother as fit teachings for the forth-Hindu age, the Kali Age. Era of degeneracy and destruction, the text continues to advice the Sadhaka or Tantric worshipper, on every conceivable subject. Subjects such as cosmology, astrology; different types of men and women, the significance of the chakra, or psychic centers in the body and channels through which the prana or vital life energy flows, method of raising the Kundalini energy. Various types of worship, including mantras and yantras; rituals involving the worship if the Goddess in the form of virgin girls; of yoni-puja or womb worship; the rites of purification to be carried out before sexual worship; position of meditation and sexual practice; prayers and poems to the Goddess and Her consort; basic health care and how to bring up children.
Tantric yogis, whatever they do, they are aware to keep mind and organs free of emotional, environmental tension, environmental mental pollution and toxins, and maintain a smooth, abundant and balanced flow of universal energy through out the body. That is the secret of good health and long life, goals that all can adapt with a bit of endeavor.
ParaTan is about how to maintain the body’s systems so that you can live a full, healthy and extended life. Look around yourself, and see how healthy people older then you by many years are. Ask yourself, do you like to turn out to be like them. Healthy eating and exercise alone cannot keep you healthy, for the effect of environmental tension, environmental mental pollution and toxins is very destructive
Yogi Master has left all of us a trust and treasure of many wonderful techniques to maintain a health, in body, mind and spirit. Their skills resulted from their understanding of energy, and that all energy is part of the one system. With that understanding of how the body system works, they found it easy to maintain a fully spiritual life. This great Master used the SriChakra to worship the Great Goddess within the individual, and for 1000s of year, they worship the deity.
Each individual absorbs the world into Oneself, or conversely gets Oneself absorbed into the world. The relating process that goes on in every one of us normally does not center the world properly in the individual, nor does it center the individual in the world correctly. The Tantra recognizes that all our misery is due to this improper centering, and set out to teach the effective procedure for centering.
If the cosmos is extended in one dimension of space, the individual psyche is extended in another dimension. The growing distinction between the two dimensions is the source of subject-object duality, which is fundamental to normal experience. The course of life is busily concerned with the almost impossible task of balancing the two dimensions, unaware of the fact that the two can really be unified only in the third dimension of space (the space of pure consciousness). The Yantra (Sacred geometry) devise seeks to center the dimensions evenly. It is therefore correctly described as the centering technique. The Human body is it self a SriChakra, the psyche being the dimensionless point that is the very center (bindu).
The Tantra extensively uses the imagery of seed (bija), sprout, evocation and tree. It sees the external Yantra as the soil, mantra as water, mudra as sunshine, and mantra the manure. The guarding of the external Yantra by protective spells and devices is also attended to. A yantra delineates a consecrated place and protects it from invasion by disintegrated forces…. It is much more than just a consecrated area that must be kept pure for ritual and liturgical ends. It is above all the map of the cosmos and human It is the whole universe in it essential plan, in its process of emanation and of reabsorbtion. The same reverence should be given to the human body.
It is mention earlier that the body itself is a SriChakra, and that this is a basic premise of the Tantra and ParaTan. The individual has three bodies, a physical body, the psychical body, and the casual body. The physical body is made of the five element forces, and is sustained by food. The vital currents, the organs of sensations and actions, mind and consciousness, on the other hand, constitutes the psychical body.
The physical and psychical bodies, although distinct both constitution and in function, are related to each other intimately, and the points of contact are described as ‘spiritual centers’ or ‘chakras’. Each of the centers is looked upon as a network of very subtle, although invisible, arteries or nadis. The human body is said to consist of seventy hundred million of these nadis, some gross and others subtle, along which the vital current flow continually. In order
to keep the body-mind complex alive and active, this nadis have to flow freely.
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LOVE IS THE POWER OF THE UNIVERSE and it is only through the light and way
of love that we may raise our vibration and reclaim our inner divinity. Para Tan
utilizes ancient sacred sounds to break up cellular memory and circulate Shakti
aka LOVE aka SOUND through the body. This feeling of love is the orgasmic bliss
of cosmic union with divinity within and around us.