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Tantra & Navratri: Channelize Your Inner ‘Shakti’ In Three Breathes For Achieving Your Goals

Kirti Tarang Pande | Last Modified - Mar 30, 2017, 11:19 AM IST

Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Don't be scared it has nothing to do with sex or black magic but awakening of body chakras...
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    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.
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    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.
  • +8 See more slides
    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.
  • +8 See more slides
    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.
  • +8 See more slides
    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.
  • +8 See more slides
    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.
  • Pic Courtsey: Kirti Tarang Pande
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    Pic Courtsey: Kirti Tarang Pande
    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.
  • +8 See more slides
    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.
  • Pic Courtsey: Audu Tapkir
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    Pic Courtsey: Audu Tapkir
    Yesterday, we discussed Tantra- what it is and what it is not. Today, let’s kick-in Navratri by preparing our bodies for Tantra. Just to refresh, yesterday we talked about how Tantra is a technique of goal achievement by harnessing & focusing our inner power.
    This is where Navratri comes in. Tenth Mandal of Riga Veda considers Navratris to be the auspicious time to invoke, channelize and harness the Shakti within.
    Yogic concept of ‘Shakti’
    This Shakti is ‘Mooladhar Nivasini’, that is, she resides in Mooladhar Chakra or the root chakra. Mooladhar Chakra is responsible for grounding us with this material plane- Khshiti, meaning the earth element.
    Kshiti is considered to be Tamasic in nature in the practice of Tantra. Tamas brings inertia. Therefore, Shakti by virtue of residing here becomes inert in nature.
    In other words, we have an innate power but it is in sleep mode. The only time we unconsciously turn it on, is during sex. That’s why it’s common mistake to equate Tantric practice with sex.

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