Using the senses and sense fields we will explore a range of meditative practices from more traditional and contemporary schools of Tantra.
All of these practices are ways of entering into full embodied presence. In Tantra every aspect of our existence is understood as pure and divine.
When we have been culturally conditioned to view ourselves as separate from the rest of the universe, our hearts and minds and bodies as separate, self and other as separate then the teachings of Tantra help to fully resolve this illusion through intelligent contemplative practices that undermine this conditioning and show it for the lie it is.
When we have been taught to view our existence through the lens of shame, our behaviours through the lens of guilt and the dance of cause and effect through the simplistic lens of blame, we need help to resolve these illusory states. Tantric meditations do this delightfully.
When we have become accustomed to seeing life as split into pure and impure, life and death and are addicted to the future vision of who we think we are becoming, Tantric meditation comes to the rescue to help us relax into the resilient joy and beauty of this special and holy moment.