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Tantra Yoga Janamashtami Ritual Can Make You Experience Love In Its Purest Form. Here’s A Simple Ritual That You Need To Follow

Kirti Tarang Pande | Last Modified - Aug 16, 2017, 01:05 PM IST

This is Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga
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    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Krishna's love
    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Tratak meditation technique
    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:
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    Pic: Kirti Tarang Pande/by Audu Tapkir
    Janamashtmi’s relevance in Tantra Yoga:
    My Tantra Yoga mentor, the Aghori Naga, was a fire-worshipper. He would spend his days in Homa (offering oblations to fire) and nights in Dhuni (transformation by being consumed by fire).
    While he dedicated his entire sadhana to Homa & Dhuni, he would tell me that there are four nights in a year when the practices Homa and Dhuni are particularly worthwhile.
    One of these four nights is- Moha Ratri or Janamashtami. In Dwapar Yuga, Krishna was on born on Moha Ratri. (It’s not a coincidence that Krishna was a Param Yogi. He was born in the planetary alignment to be one).
    Moha Ratri, the night of love in Tantra Yoga:

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