Modern Tantra by Donald Michael Kraig

Modern Tantra by Donald Michael Kraig

Tantra is generally understood in today”s more open and better informed climate, to refer to a spiritual tradition of personal enlightenment and self-initiation. This was not always the case for, as the late Donald Michael Kraig, author of Modern Tantra, points out in the introduction to his book ‘Modern Tantra’ the subject has has so often been thought of as a rather open and licentious form of sexual practice. This perception – one that was mainly fuelled by the sexually-repressed, and inherently voyeuristic attitudes of the Victorians, has wiped away a rich…

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Tantra for the West by Marc Allen

Tantra for the West by Marc Allen

Whilst the term ‘tantra’ has become linked to the practise of sacred sexuality and kundalini work in its original form the word holds a much deeper spiritual meaning. In his book, Tantra for the West: A Direct Path to Living the Life of Your Dreams, New World Library founder Marc Allen defines the term tantra to mean …the awareness that every moment is a direct path to love, freedom, fulfillment and enlightenment. This process can, of course, express itself through the act of sexual union but in reality this is…

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