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 until you realize the truth of existence. We offer all the
opportunity and sacred space to tend to the body, mind and soul.
Remember, that the body does not last forever. Age prowls like a leopard,
diseases strike like an enemy. Before the limbs lose their vitality and before
adversities crowd upon you, take to the auspicious Path. Truly, it is a wonder
how human beings can be so complacent and unmindful when everywhere there is
helplessness and suffering. Time flies without knowing. Prosperity is like a
dream, youth like a blossom, life-span momentary light lightning. Even a hundred
years is too little; for half the life is spent in eating, sleeping, and the
other half is made in fructuous by infancy, disease, misery, age and what not.
What is sown here is reaped elsewhere. Of a tree that is watered at the roots,
the fruits are seen on the branches above. Freedom from desire, non-attachment,
is the only way to liberation; all evils are born by attachment.
By this, I do not mean that you give up your partner or your family, just be
detached from them. A Tantrika believes that marriages are made in heaven,
thus it is Divine will that man and woman come together in matrimonial as there
are the two aspect or two sides of Nature. Hence it is natural for them to be
united otherwise the live of earth will be incompleteness. The Union of Man and
Woman is but a gross reflection of the Grand Spiritual Union.
Throughout all planes of existence manifestation take two aspect, Feminine and
Masculine, representing nature’s positive and negative forces. In the plain of
consciousness there are two aspect. Consciousness and eternal consciousness, and
thus spirit and matter, night and day, signify the dual aspect on all planes. In
the highest form of manifestation of Feminine and Masculine is Man and Woman.
In this woman is created finer and more capable of divine knowledge, and is more
spiritual minded. Man is into thinking, while woman tendency is towards the
world. These tendencies result in balance. There for man needs woman to direct
their life, woman needs man for her guidance and protection, both being
incomplete in themselves.
Parvati is told by Ishvara that in the Kali Yuga, folk are short lived and
unable to perform rites in the way they were able to do in previous times. He
says that for this worship there is no bad time, no special day or night, no
need to do the puja on "great nights", such as the eighth or fourteenth of a
dark fortnight, nor is there a necessity for worship at the twilights (sandhya).
There are no rules about directions, places, recitation of mantra, time to do
the worship. "Here, svecchacharya (doing the rite according to will) is the rule
for the mahamantra in sadhana," Ishvara says.
Performing worship in the Kali Yuga in this fashion brings siddhi in six months,
according to the text. Shiva says: "Devi, in the Kali Yuga, there are no tirtha
(bathing spots), no vows to undertake, no bath, and no twilight worship (sandhya).
" Those rites belong to the previous eras of the Satya, Dvapara and Treta Yugas,
However, purashcharana is still necessary, he adds, and proceeds to give the
rite suitable for tantriks during the Kali Yuga. There then follows a lengthy
rite which includes the giving of substances including ghee, milk, and sugar,
and the recitation of many mantras, the performance of many nyasas. The
importance of the rudraksha rosary is stressed at great length. The sadhaka
should smear himself with ash, and put three lines on his forehead as well as a
Rules are given about the use of the Gayatri mantra, Devis of the bodily, such
as Dakini, Lakini, Rakini and so forth, along with their bija mantras and their
various meditation images. These Devis are situated in the different chakras
One text of the Prapanchasara Tantra says that the Parabindu divides into two
parts, of which the right is Bindu, the male, Purusha or Ham, and the left
Visarga the female, Prakriti or Sah, making the combined Hamsah. Hamsah is the
union of Prakriti and Purusha and the universe is Hamsah - The Garland of
Letters, Sir John Woodroffe
In rituals for subjugation, one should think of Panchami, and recite (her
mantra) as red, surrounded by hosts of beautiful red Shaktis. In worship for
paralysing, one should meditate on her as yellow, wearing yellow garments,
garlanded with yellow flowers, wearing yellow jewels, and smeared with yellow
unguent, surrounded by yellow Shaktis.
If one should worship using dark green flowers, and various sorts of scents, it
is said one becomes very wealthy, free of disease, true minded, a lord. One
lives happily on earth for 100 years, it is said.
One should do sacrifice at night in a rectangular fire pit, using turmeric mixed
with food, sesame, beans, rice, yellow flowers, yellow fruit, palmyra leaves,
together with the letters of the target's name, using ghee. Then one may
paralyse, as previously stated.
At midnight, the enemy may be felled if one sacrifices in fire in a yoni shaped
pit, offering meat in a devoted way, and sacrificing for the number of days
previously stated. One may kill the enemy by disease, sword, dart, serpent,
water, flame, elephant, madness, enemies, whirlwind, the fall of a tree or wall,
consumed by enemies. The enemies are unable to withstand this prayoga.
Meditating on her as being purple, and seated on a bird, having the nail and the
rest of the weapons, during (the rising of) Virgo or Scorpio, offering goat
flesh and much ghee, the rays of light from the sacrifice slay the person, who
is consumed by hot raging fever.
If one should meditate on her as being effulgent as the dawn sun, offering (in
sacrifice) various red substances, ghee, blossoms of the Kimshuka, Bandhuka,
Japa, Pala, Karavira, Kahlara, lotus, Patala, Ashoka and various other red
blossoms, then one becomes equal to a king, very wealthy, having great power,
wafted by fly whisks and shielded by parasols, of this there is no doubt.
If, at night, one should meditate on her as red, with her nail and other
weapons, and sacrifice in the various cardinal points starting with the east for
the number of days previously stated, then one may subjugate man, woman or the
whole world. One becomes famous, and lives on earth for a long period like
One should draw a bhupura, inside of this placing the name of the target. On the
outside one should write the earth letters. Making an eight petal lotus, one
should write the six syllables of the mantra outside of the two circles.
Outside the hexagon one should write the earth letters, placing mantras inside
the angles. As previously stated, one should write (letters) on the rim of the
two circles, placing outside of the bhupura, in an anticlockwise direction, the
letters of the matrika.
After doing this, one should then write in reverse the letters of the root
vidya. If one should worship in this, one may paralyse the enemy and the world.
One should write the letters of the mantra six by six in a nine angled design
surrounded by two circles, outside of this there being an octangle design
surrounded by two circles, all surrounded by a bhupura. Within the octangles,
and outside of the circles, and in the bhupura, one should write the matrikas
both clockwise and anticlockwise. One should write the name (of the target) in
all the directions, and should worship the eight armed form, Auspicious One.
Parameshvari, employing the method previously stated, the target becomes
One should draw three circles, outside them putting a hexagon surrounded by two
circles. This is to be enclosed in an octangular design, surrounded by a circle.
In order one should place the letters of Earth, one in each of the (six) angles,
outside this writing them in three groups of three. In the centre one should
also write the name (of the target). After reciting, the sadhaka should give
animal sacrifice to obtain whatever is desired.
One should draw a triangle enclosed in a circle, outside of this drawing a
hexagon, another hexagon, an octangular figure, and another hexagon. From the
edges to the middle one should write the nakshatra, tithe and day (of the
target's birth), also writing all the matrika letters. In the center of each of
the seven mandalas, one should write the matrikas in clockwise order. One should
place Hrim in the centre. If one should worship this one obtains all siddhi. One
may command bhutas, pretas, pishachas and so forth, causing disease, attacks by
elephants and other wild beasts, or pacifying them.
One should draw an octangular design, placing in each of the corners, sides and
centre a trident shape. Outside this, write the letters of the mantra together
with the matrikas, placing in the middle compartment the named one wishes to
paralyse. One should draw it on birch bark, on cloth, on copper or on stone. One
should always worship it using flowers, beautiful perfumes, then doing
recitation of the mantra. Doing the ritual at the twilights, one may always
obtain whatever is desired.
Draw a square, inside of this making sixteen lines, extending from the cardinal
and intermediate points, which together makes a figure of 225 compartments. One
should make a symmetrical figure of 28 compartments by rubbing out other of the
angles made. In the central three compartments one should write the target and
the name of the act the sadhaka wishes to accomplish. Starting from the east,
one should write the letters of the mantra.
This great yantra is called the vajra, giving the totality of whatever is wished
for by sadhakas. Wherever this is placed, whether written on copper, stone and
so forth, there can never dwell thieves, bhutas, diseases, ailments, serpents,
bad planets, pretas, pisacas and so forth. In whichever house this yantra is
placed on the junction points of the homestead design (vastu), there can never
exist black magic, ailments or disease.
From the north west, south east, south west and north east, draw 12 lines,
making a vajra figure of 21 compartments. In the centre of these one should draw
the name of whatever is to be accomplished, outside of this, in a clockwise
direction, writing the letters of the alphabet. After worshipping this and
drawing it, whether it be on copper, stone or whatever, disease, bhutas,
planets, madness, pisacas and the kleshas of the mind can never enter or afflict
If one should draw the previously described vajra in a golden colour within the
centre of a pot, filling it with milk, and if one should invoke Devi in this
liquid, and worship her therein, oblating and offering flowers and reciting the
vidya 3000 times, subsequently bathing oneself with the liquid, and drinking
some of it, then one becomes free of bodily kleshas, and lives happily on earth.
After making a circle measuring four finger breadths, one should put outside of
it, two measures by two measures, eleven compartments. From each of these two by
two measures one should draw lines. After putting tridents in the compartments,
one should surround the whole with the letters of the alphabet, and placing the
named in the centre. After indrawing the Devi via breath into this yantra, and
worshipping from the east clockwise, then reciting the vidya, one may achieve
whatever is desired.
Varahi, also known as Panchami, or the Fivefold One, bears the relation of
"father" to Lalita, although pictured as a Devi. The mother form is Kurukulla
Tara. Varahi gives four fires and Kurukulla five Shaktis -- this forming the
complex shape in the centre of Shri Yantra.
Varahi is fivefold as water, fire, earth, air and ether. These elements are
related to lion, tiger, elephant, horse and Garuda -- the bird-human vehicle of
Vishnu. Their colors are dark green, red, yellow, black and purple.
Her mantra vidya of 110 letters is: Aim glaum aim namo bhagavati vartali vartali
varahi varahi varahamukhi varahamukhi andhe andhini nama rundhe rundhini namah
jambhe jambhini namah mohe mohini nama stambhe stambhini namah sarvadushta
pradadushtanam earvesham sarvabak chitta chakshurmukhagatijihvastambham kuru
kuru shighram rashyam kuru kuru aim glaum thah thah thah thah hum phat svaha.
Her yantra is a triangle enclosed within a circle, a hexagram surrounding this,
and the hexagram itself being surrounded by two circles.
With Para-Tan sound healing, we find the similarity of the chakra system and the
system of the Sri Chakra. The Meru is the three dimensions of the Sri Chakra. If
we returned to the two dimension Sri Chakra, and imagine that the bindu in its
center is the peak of a mountain. Then imagine that the mountain is built up in
tiers, each tier being one of the circles of triangles or lotus petals, with the
outermost square representing ground level. Now, imagine a vertical spine down
the center of the mountain, then at each point that the spine and a tier
intersect, there is a chakra. The peak represents Mount Meru, abode of the Gods.
The Maha Vidya Temple in India, uses both the Sri Chakra and the Maha Vidyas to
help you heal your life, discover your new sexuality, and finally use your
sexual energy to enhance your spiritual life. Seeking to find your true self,
then The Mahavidya Temple can serve your need.
With Para-Tan sound healing we worship the body as a Sri Chakra. The lines that
form the triangles are the nadis in the body, which is responsible to energies
the body, and lack of can promote illness.
Para-Tan Sound healing can energize the body, thus help to remove emotional
memories which can manifest in the body as illnesses, a Tumor, breast cancer,
chronic fatigue, depression and menstrual disorder
Those who worship the Divine Goddess, who is God in Mother form, as the supreme
power, which creates, sustain and withdraws the Universe, to a Sakta. A true
Sakta see all women as the form of the Divine Mother, and worships her as the
same. A Sakta does not worship the temple (human body), but worships the
God/Goddess within. The awareness of the body receives the worship. The best
form of worship the Sri Chakra are the living form, both Women and Men The
Goddess and Gods can be invoked in them and worshiped as a form of external
A Sakta who have a partner will always begin by worshiping his partner's temple,
before learning to internalize his worship of the Goddess. Without attending the
first grade, one cannot progress to the University of Life, unless one has done
all of it in their previous life, as such they are eligible for the
Discover the secret of Yoni Puja and the hidden secrets of the Sri Chakra.
During Yoni Puja, a healing worship, sounds of the Divine Mother is used in 10
different sports, six points of the male and female triangles, two points
within, one above and the other, below. Those who are ready to receive Yoni
Puja, is destined to be enlighten.
The yantra is a metaphor for the descent of spirit into matter, the
manifestation of the universe out of the primordial darkness. At the very center
of the yantra is the bindu. Around it are interlaced nine triangles. Five of
this triangles represents Sakti, pointing downwards, and four representing Siva,
point upwards. The triangles themselves called yoni and thus the yantra has the
name navayoni chakra.
When the supreme Sakthi, of our will assumes every form in the universe, in that
one quivering instant the Cakra comes to being (Yogini-hrdaya 1.9.10)
Each point of the triangle vibrates with its own sound and the combination of
the three sounds is the primal sound of the universe. The triangles symbolize
the female principle, the Sakthi, while the fiercely compacted energies of the
vibrating point, the parabindu, represents the male principle.
Within its depths the interlocking triangles shine, inviting the adept to clime
their lattice work and ascend from the realms of matter into that of spirit. The
yantra is grounded in the real world, within each being.
In the Sri Yantra, which is the universe, Siva and Sakthi, cannot be separated,
so must it be that woman, and man cannot be separated. Although we may speak of
a triangle being Sakthi, or a point being Siva, and of static and active
energies, in fact these energies are aspects of one another. The icon of Kali
dancing on the corpse of Siva, as seen at our Maha Vidya Temple, is not the
dance of Mother Kali alone, Siva is dancing within her limbs, and when Siva
dances the tandava that destroys the world. Kali is dancing within his limbs.
Siva is eternally in Sakthi and Sakthi in Siva, and this is the same with man
and woman, just that we have decided to walk the path of self-obliteration.
The Sri Chakra is microcosm as well as macrocosm. Of the nine elements that form
the human body, five are produced by the five Sakthi triangles and four by four
Siva triangles. They are produced by the intimate interaction of the male and
female energies, for the whole triangle represents the divine pair in union,
indeed, in that same passionate, blissful union on the mountain-top in the dawn
of the world.
Para-Tan therapist can emulate and use the body created by Siva-Sakti as the Sri
Yantra or Navayoni cakra.
Kundalini is the energy of Sakthi Herself, the primal energy that creates the
world, lies coiled within each of us, waiting to be awoken. The sexual energy
arouses and uplifts us, generates love and copulate, the driving force of
evolution, the mating instinct. For a Para-Tan therapist, the object of all
rituals with one’s partner, whether it be via the medium of yantra, mantra, or
sacramental sex, is to awaken the kundalini energy. Sound of the Goddess can
awaken where it lies coiled at the base of the spine in the muladhara cakra, and
draw her up to the sahasrara cakra at the cranium; cerebral plexus, thus meeting
the Guru within.
Such an undertaking is neither easy and used to take a lifetime or is it
particularly safe. Kundalini has been known to be very dangerous. Before
beginning, a program of Para-Tan Lovemaking meditation the mind and body has to
thoroughly purified. It is not wise to undertake Kundalini meditation or
Para-Tan practice, except under the guidance of an experience and respectable
teacher. For this reason, the science of Para-Tan Sound Healing an art of
Lovemaking, has never and will never be published, not to hide the teaching, but
to share it with those who are born to receive it. Most people, who are not
ready, will never be ready to receive the teaching, though they are introduced
to the teaching.
Tantra believes that first and foremost woman must emerge from the woman. She
must become aware of what she really is, and she must integrate that awareness
into the way she views herself and the world, as it becomes part of her life.
Tantra Teacher Training has created an environment and teaching to help woman
find her true self.
A male tantric attitude toward women is very different from the ordinary male’s.
Indeed, for the former, all women embody Shakti and they are not a sex object to
be courted for their favors or game to be hunted. Tantric men are neither
Casanovas nor Don Juans. Tantric men will never bother or harass women. Tantra
Teacher training offer men a new ways to reestablish his communication with
Tantra’s message concerns both men and women. Every Tantric Shakti is, or seeker
to become a true woman one who dares to delve into her own being to discover her
inner and ultimate wellsprings.
She is the goddess, that is, the incarnation of the living and the present, the
ultimate cosmic energy, although she may be unaware of it.
So not only must men’s attitude change, but women’s as well, vis-a vis her own
mystery which she generally fails to perceive: “ I am neither mysterious nor
holy, nor divine,” she may think. For man the mystery of women lies in their
unpredictable and irrational nature, which makes them elusive and unattainable.
Whereas her true mystery is the mystery of Life; for every man and womens life
began in our mother’s womb.
A Tantrika (both male and female) realizes that in a woman’s womb, “that” which
produces the ovum is the ultimate creative power. There in the warmth depth of
her belly the primordial cosmic powers emerge, weather the ovum is fertilized or
‘‘In Kaula every woman is thought of as a manifestation of the Goddess. No man
may raise his hand, strike or threaten a woman. When she is naked, men must
kneel and worship her as the Goddess. She has equal rights with men on all
levels.’’ (Occult World of a Tantrik Guru, Values Vol.IX)
‘‘Women are heaven; women are dharma; and women are the highest penance. Women
are Buddha; women are the Sangha; and women are the perfection of Wisdom.’’ (CT
Naganandini, listen closely! Hari, Hara and Brahma---- the gods of creation,
maintenance and destruction----all originate in the yoni.
One should worship the essence of Devi, the Sakti in the form of a Sakti. Doing
thus, a man attains the four aims of mankind----dharma, artha, kama and moksha
I achieved my status of Mahadeva by Kula Yoga and through exclusive devotion to
yoni worship. The demon Tripura was obliterated in times past by your yoni’s
grace. The Pandavas succeeded in battle by worshipping Draupadi’s yoni.
Mahesani, meditate as being absorbed in the yoni cakra, with yoni on the tongue,
yoni in the mind, yoni in the ears and yoni in the eyes. Mighty Lady, all
sadhana is vain unless with the yoni. Therefore, reject other pujas and do Yoni
Puja. Mahesani, there is no siddhi without devotion to the Guru.
On the top right-hand corner of this page you will
find the sound of the Goddesses, Bija sound that are used during Para-Tan
sound healing. An Inner Tantric practice, deeper tradition of Tantra,
its multidimensional vision of the Divine and its transformative practices
of bija mantra that take us far beyond the outer models of how Tantra is
usually presented today
The Mahavidya Inner Health Center
3778-A (TKT.1) Jalan RJ 6/11
Taman Rasah Jaya,
NS, Malaysia, 70300
1/244 Killankulam village,
Periayur Taluk, Madurai district,
Tamil Nadu, India
We are proud to bring to you Bija Mantras of
the Goddesses. When listening to this Audio-video, please use good headphones to
enjoy the maximum healing benefit of the sounds. This is only a recording, when
you receive a sound healing personally, it is much, much, more powerful.
Tantra the Way of Life, talk
given by The Father of Para-Tan and Master of the Living Goddess Tradition and
founder of the Mahavidya Temple in South India,
Shri Param Eswaran
Sri Renee Jeffus speaks about her experience after attending
the Para-Tan Sound Intensive
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.