As part of the Goddess or Tantra Teacher training, both Sri
Devanayagi and Shri Param Eswaran will share with woman the secret of being a
Divine Goddess, and man, how to serve his beloved Goddess.
Male and Female as ONE.
Throughout all planes of existence manifestation take two aspect, Feminine and
Masculine, representing natureís positive and negative forces. In the plain of
consciousness there are two aspect. Consciousness and eternal consciousness, and
thus also spirit and matter, night and day, signify the dual aspect on all
planes. In the highest form of manifestation of Feminine and Masculine is Man
In this woman is created finer and more capable of divine knowledge, and is more
spiritual minded. Man is into thinking, while woman tendency is towards the
world. These tendencies result in balance. There for man needs woman to direct
their life, woman needs man for her guidance and protection, both being
incomplete in themselves.
The problem of the emancipation of woman may be studies by comparison of her
position in the East and the West. A cultured Eastern woman, whose freedom may
seem restricted, is a better wife and mother, and yet beneficial to the Nation.
When I say seem restricted, is self imposed as she sees her role as a builder of
Nation, rather then building a Nation. The eastern woman who uses complete
freedom is less anxious for and less capable to manage the family, but being out
in the world, trying to use her influence to promote the advancement of the
Nation, instead of the advancement of the next generation.
At first sight it would appear that woman is more respected by man in the West,
but in reality the East gives her greater reverence, for she is the Goddess of
the home, she who directs the life of the present and future generation.
Throughout time, man has enjoyed again what seem as freedom than woman, in the
west or the east because he has more strength and physical power; and the
fineness of woman need protection, just as the eye, has been protected by nature
Love and wisdom create harmony between man and woman; but these being absent,
harmony ceases to exist. Ardh-narishwara, hermaphroditic deity incorporating
male (Shiva) and female (Shakti) qualities, symbolic of the bipolarity of the
human body. In Tantra, the right side of the body considered male and the left
side female. This is true for both men and women. Love can only exist, when one
connects with oneís soul, and then realize the God (male), Goddess (female) within. Menís
fascination with women as a source of life, has been known from the beginning of
time, yet men in modern society, due to his rushed life have forget the art of
worshiping a woman as his Goddess, for his betterment. Woman on the other hand
are busy to make their mark in the world, have forget that they are the life
giving essence, the same essence as the Great Goddess of Creation, Para-Sakthi.
A child who represents the future generation inherits more attributes from its
mother than from the father, therefore the mother is more responsible for its
merits and defects. If she has the knowledge, she can train the soul of her
child even before its birth by the power of her being, molding the childís
future according to the will of soul, preventing the soul from being consumed by
the world. As part of the Goddess or Tantra Teacher training, we share with
woman the secret of motherhood, and man how to serve his beloved Goddess. As
human beings are born with worshiping attribute, and as all attributes demands
satisfaction by expression, so the attribute finds it object of adoration. The
ancient Tantric worshipped both aspect of manifestation in the names of gods and
goddess, both above, and at home, man and woman, as god and goddess.
Harmony between finer persons is more lasting than the affections of average
It is time for both woman and man seriously re-evaluate the position of women in
contemporary societies. In the early times there has been a society based around
a Goddess Religion. Society of the time was peaceful, agrarian lifestyle.
This society was populated my matriarchies based on the worship of a single,
universal goddess which lasted for several millennia until it was gradually
eroded from the 4th millennium BC onwards by a series of major invasions by the
so-called Indo-Europeans. The Goddess continued to command worship in many
cultures, but in a less powerful and unified form. After the advent of
Christianity, the Goddess is believed to have survived through out Europe in
Wicca-style religion, despite persecution during the witch-hunts of the
Reformation. In spite of all the invasions and advent Christianity, Tantra and
Vedanta has survived, and growing stronger in most parts of the world.
To create a strife-free ecologically conscious world, and to avert catastrophe,
women have to reestablish the place in society, and Goddess worship must spread.
The vision of IFC Temple is built in the hope of bringing women together and to
inspire them to create a less materialistic society where people can co-exist
peacefully. Maha Vidya teachings can help all establish a gynocentric ethos, in
which woman is the bringer of life and nourishment, society and the earth are
seen as a unified whole, and the general good is more important than the
In India where traditions of Goddess worship been unbroken for millennia, women
are rarely accorded the status that would seem to be commensurate with the
adulation of the Divine Feminine this was from the Vedic period. The first
mention of the Goddess as a supreme being occurs in the 5th century AD, due to
the popularity of Goddess worship amongst the Tantric.
Through out the world, numerous traditions of Goddess worship have flourished
unbroken to the present date. The female divinity is popularly worshiped as Kali
throughout India. The Great Goddess Devi incarnates in many different forms
across Southeast Asia and in Tibet. In Oceania, Australia, and Africa, various
groups continue to worship the Goddess despite the evangelical efforts of
Christian missionaries, Catholic countries, especially in South America, worship
the female divinity in disguised forms, as saints and in the shape of the Virgin
The gender imbalance is still glaringly obvious in modern society. Since the
post war re-industrialization and a growing materialism in society alienated an
increasing number of people who were looking for a spiritual alternative to
technological progress. The Goddess provided the alternative, offered not only
the liberty to choose a different style of worship, but also human being as part
In all of this one important element is missing, when woman will realize that
she is a Goddess worthy of worship, as she too is part of the Great Goddess,
thus making her worthy of being worshiped. Being born a female does not make her
worthy of being worshiped, but being a true Goddess, fully realizing the
importance of motherhood.
The important of the Goddess as a symbol of motherhood has to be felt and
understood. All being ever been born or ever to be born will experience its
mother as ďnuminousĒ (suffused with a feeling of Divinity). A womenís love must
be absolutely free from selfishness, otherwise it does not produce proper
motherhood, as the mother influences the future generation. If the fire has no
flame it cannot give light, and smoke comes out of it, which is troublesome for
the future generation. Such is selfish love.
At IFC Temple our main focus is to honor the sacred feminine,
feminine energy, Divine Feminine, and all about Tantra, Goddess worship, worship
woman, the goddess, tantra teacher training, woman, the secret of motherhood,
Ardh-narishwara, Shiva, Shakti with Shri Param Eswaran and Sri Devanayagi.
On the top right-hand corner of this page you will
find the sound of the Goddesses, Bija sound that are used during Para-Tan
sound healing. An Inner Tantric practice, deeper tradition of Tantra,
its multidimensional vision of the Divine and its transformative practices
of bija mantra that take us far beyond the outer models of how Tantra is
usually presented today
The Mahavidya Inner Health Center
21 Jalan Dato Kelana Ma'Amor (Lake Garden area)
Seremban NS 70200
We are proud to bring to you Bija Mantras of
the Goddesses. When listening to this Audio-video, please use good headphones to
enjoy the maximum healing benefit of the sounds. This is only a recording, when
you receive a sound healing personally, it is much, much, more powerful.
Tantra the Way of Life,
talk given by The Father of Para-Tan and Master of the Living
Goddess Tradition and founder of the first Mahavidya Temple in Tamil Nadu, South
Shri Param Eswaran
Sri Renee Jeffus speaks about her experience after attending
the Para-Tan Sound Intensive
LOVE IS THE POWER OF THE UNIVERSE and it is only through the light and way
of love that we may raise our vibration and reclaim our inner divinity. Para Tan
utilizes ancient sacred sounds to break up cellular memory and circulate Shakti
aka LOVE aka SOUND through the body. This feeling of love is the orgasmic bliss
of cosmic union with divinity within and around us.