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Role of Love & Orgasm In The Life of A Yogi Is A Subject Of Taboo In Our Culutre. But It Can Actually Connect You With The Divine

Kirti Tarang Pande | Last Modified - Aug 01, 2017, 11:04 PM IST

First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga.
  • Love, Orgasm & Yoga
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    Love, Orgasm & Yoga
    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...
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    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...
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    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...
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    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...
  • +8 See more slides
    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...
  • +8 See more slides
    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...
  • +8 See more slides
    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...
  • Love, Orgasm & Yoga
    +8 See more slides
    Love, Orgasm & Yoga
    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...
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    Pic Courtsey: Kirti Tarang Pande/Audu Tapkir
    First things first, yogis are not bores. I know ‘Brahmacharya’ is an important Niyam of Yoga, but it doesn’t mean celibacy. Celibacy is a one of the methods of Brahmacharya, and so is orgasm! I know it sounds confusing, but to dispel it, we must understand what ‘Brahmacharya’ really means.
    Meaning of Brahmacharya:
    The word Bharmacharya is made of two Sanskrit dhatus- Brahman meaning the higher/universal consciousness and charya meaning conduct/behavior/practice.
    Therefore, in its unadulterated sense, Brahmacharya means- To behave/act like higher consciousness. Like Rumi says, “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
    That’s the reason why “Aham Brahmasmi” (I am that universal consciousness) is one the primary Mantras given to students of Mantra Yoga.
    Now the question arises- how do celibacy and orgasm fit into this picture? To answer this, we need to know- how to act like Brahman?
    Read on...

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