ParaTan Inner Sakthi Yoga approach to the Mahavidya Goddesses

At a time when the world seems to be at a loss, people are rejecting past values without establishing new ways of connecting with their true selves. Through this connection with their authentic selves, it is possible for people to manifest harmony in the current age, and for love and compassion to emerge where hitherto there has been none.

Mahameru · A 3D representation of the Sri Yantra
Mahameru · A 3D representation of the Sri Yantra

ParaTan Inner Sakthi Yoga Sadhana is far from simply being physical therapy; instead, it is an aid to establish a new way of life, which embraces both inner and outer realities. However, this way of life is an experience that cannot be understood intellectually and will only become living knowledge through experience. The only tool one needs are the willingness to be open to experience and share love.

ParaTan not only help to heal most emotionally related illness, but the concentration on the charkas via nadis while using bija sound practices also stimulates the flow of energy through the charkas and help to activate them. This, in turn, awakens the dormant areas in the brain and the corresponding faculties in the psychic and mental bodies, allowing one to experience higher planes of consciousness that are typically inaccessible. Unlike other spiritual science, with ParaTan, the consciousness can be felt within one or two sessions.

The Maha Vidya Temple in Tamil Nadu is ideal for those of you who want to cultivate the power and wisdom that will enable you to conquer your ego and offer the best of yourself to your fellow beings; then, we can serve your needs for growth. Here we do not profess to know all the teaching of Tantra but offer a simple art of balancing your body and exploring the energy of Mother Kundalini Devi, using the sound energies of the Maha Vidyas.

Yoni Puja of The Divine Mother Maha Meru Worship as Mother KaliBy worshipping the Yoni via the vagina (the gateway to the Yoni) of one’s partner, one indeed worships The Maha Vidya and Sakthi Maa. Devi is at the base of the Yoni, and Naganandini is in the Yoni. Kali and Tara are in the Yoni chakra, and Chinnamasta is in the pubic hair. Bagalamukhi and Matangi are on the rim of the Yoni. Mahalakshmi as Kamala, Shodashi, and Bhuvanesvari are within the Yoni.

The five elements are present in every substance in different proportions and gross terms Prithvi (Earth), Apa (water), Agni (fire), Vayu (air), and Akasha (ether). All the factors of diseases and the method of treatment of the diseases can be effectively found. During Yoni Puja, these elements are brought to balance.

The Philosophy of Saktism is a kind of non-dualism similar to that of Kashmir Saivism. In both systems, the highest reality is styled Siva-Sakti. Siva-Sakthi is not different; they are one. Siva is consciousness as cit (stasis); Sakthi is consciousness as cidrupini. (dynamist).

The word Vak comes from the root Vach which means to speak; it literally means both voice and the word it utters, as also the sound of inanimate objects. Spoken speech is manifested to the ear by the gross physical sound produced by the contact of the vocal organs with the surrounding air by the effort to speak.

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” from the fourth Gospel. They are the very words of Veda. In the beginning was Brahman, with whom was Vak or the Word, and the Word is Brahman. Vak is a Sakti or Power of the Brahman, which is the Possessor of Power – Saktiman. The Sakti, which was Him, is at the creation with Him and evolves into the form of the Universe while remaining what It is, the Supreme Sakthi.

Vak is Herself, the Mother of the Trinity or Trimurthi, who are Brahma, Visnu, and Siva. She is the Supreme Sakthi, one with Brahman. The complete incarnation is a concept of Tantra, yet, in the form of Jiva, Vak is incarnated not only in one Historical person, such as Jesus Christ but in all human beings and things.

It appeared and still now appears in the flesh and other forms of matter of all beings or Jivas, each of whom may, through ParaTan, directly realize the Brahman whose Sakti is the (word) Vak.

According to the Christians, Jesus alone was God in human form. Others were not, are not, and never can become God. Vak manifests Herself in every human being and is knowable and known to those who see themselves as Her and become one with Brahman, as Jesus did. JESUS WAS NOT THE ONLY ONE.

The Universe is the outcome of the Divine Kama (desire) or Iccha (will). Kama on the physical plane denotes, among other things, sexual desire. In the highest sense, it is the first creative impulse of the One to be many, whereby It begets Itself as all creatures.

Earthly desire and self-reproduction are but a limited manifestation of the first impulse. The Divine Will is continually and presently working through the individual sexual desire for the continued creation of the Universe.

“He saw” “He thought to Himself may I be many.” it was itself a manifestation of Sakthi, the Para-mapurva-nirvana Sakthi, or Brahman as Sakthi. From the Brahman, with Para-Sakthi-Maya issued Nada (Shiva-Sakthi as the “Word” or “Sound” ), and from Nada, Bindu appeared. The Tantra also speaks of three Bindus: Shiva-maya, Sakthi-Maya, and Shiva-Sakthi-Maya.
(extracts from Mahanirvana Tantra)

“Spirit can alone know Spirit.

Nada, Bindu, and Bija

Nada and Bindu are the complements of the ultimate potency of creation. From these arise what is known as the Tribindu or Kamakala, the root of all mantras. There are three Bindus concerning the original Maha-Bindu. They are also referred to as Bindu, Nada, and Bija.

One text of the Prapanchasara Tantra says that the Parabindu divides into two parts, of which the right is Bindu, the male, Purusha or Ham, and the left Visarga, the female, Prakriti or Sah, making the combined Hamsah. Hamsah is the union of Prakriti and Purusha, and the universe is Hamsah.
The Garland of Letters, Sir John Woodroffe

In Tantrika, a host of correspondences are made with the three Bindus, e.g., Moon, Fire, and Sun; Iccha, Jnana, and Kriya; Vama, Jyestha, and Raudri; Brahma, Vishnu, and Rudra. The three Bindus constitute symbolically the points of a triangle. The consolidating point of the Yoni is the Bindu within the triangle.

It is the Iccha (desire), Jnana (knowledge), and Kriya (action) of the universal Being, represented by the Moon, Fire, and Sun, that are responsible for world creation. The Sun is technically spoken of as Kama, and the Moon and Fire together as Kala. So, the great triangle is Kamakala.

The Sun, Moon, and Fire, responsible for world creation, are essential to our creation. Between the Sun, Moon, and Fire form a triangle, Sun at the right nipple, the Moon at the left nipple, and Fire at the Navel. There are 43 such triangles, and ParaTan, by using 9 of the 43 triangles, is a way to attain freedom from the world’s bondage while still living in it.

This form of meditation arose at the beginning of human civilization when couples first realized their spiritual potential and began to evolve techniques to find a life of non-dualism. They found a similarity between the Chakra system and the system of the Sri Chakra. The Meru is the three dimensions of the Sri Chakra. Suppose we return to the two dimensions of Sri Chakra and imagine that the Bindu in its center is the peak of a mountain.

Imagine that the mountain is built up in tiers, each tier being one of the circles of triangles or lotus petals, with the outermost square representing ground level. Now, imagine a vertical spine down the center of the mountain, then at each point that the spine and a tier intersect, there is a Chakra.

The peak represents Mount Meru, the abode of the Devatas, the same as in our body. At the Mahavidya Temple in India, we use the Meru as an external visualization meditation tool and worship the Living God/Goddess as the Meru. ParaTan Mantra Sadhana will enable all to know Spirit.

Mantra Sakthi

Mantra Sakthi is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion, only practiced by a selected few, mainly the Brahmins. It is the most valuable inheritance of all times, every breath we take, in our every movement.

Mantra Sakthi means the power of Mantra, sabda (sound), Akshara (syllable), and music. This is the most vital energy and the one that controls vital energy that flows through all the nadis.

Apart from Mantra Sakthi, we have Iccha Sakthi to fulfill the desire. Kriya Sakthi for the power of doing things, Jnana Sakthi – the power of knowledge. Last, Kundalini Sakthi lies dormant at the base chakra, ready to be released by Mantra Sakthi.

ParaTan Inner Sakthi Yoga

ParaTan is the science of right living like Tantra; as such, it is intended to be incorporated into daily life. It works on all physical, vital, mental, emotional, psychic, and spiritual aspects.

ParaTan was developed as a part of the Tantric teachings. Tantra combines two words, tanoti, and trayati, which mean ‘expansion’ and ‘liberation’ respectively. Therefore, it is the science of expanding consciousness and liberating energy.

ParaTan main emphasis is on liberating the energy and expanding the consciousness so that one can attain freedom from the bondage of the world while still living in it.

ParaTan offers techniques for expanding consciousness and liberating energy whereby individual limitations are transcended and a higher reality is experienced.

ParaTan purpose is to help all to achieve a state of non-duality, the same as the highest reality, which is styled Siva-Sakthi.

In ancient times, these techniques were kept secret and were never written down or exposed to public view. They were passed on from teacher or guru to disciple by word of mouth. In this way, there was a clear understanding of their meaning and aim. Through personal experience, I realized Tantric Masters could guide sincere aspirants along the correct path, removing confusion, misunderstanding, and excessive intellectual contemplation.

Today, as we are in the 21st century, a spiritual heritage is being reclaimed, of which ParaTan is very much a part. At the same time, ParaTan’s central theme remains the spiritual path’s highest goal, Tantrika Sadhana.

Physical, mental, and soul therapy is one of ParaTan’s most significant achievements. What makes it powerful and effective is the fact that it works on the holistic principles of harmony and unification. Para-Tan has succeeded as an alternative form of therapy for all emotional-related illnesses.

ParaTan Mantra Sadhana works with the nadi system. The word nadi literally means ‘flow’ or ‘current.’ The ancient text says seventy-two thousand nadis are in the psychic body. There are visible as a light current to a person who has developed psychic vision.

Like the charkas, they are not part of the physical body but correspond with the nerves. Nadis are the subtle channels through which the pranic forces flow; out of the large number of nadis in the psychic body, ten are major, and three are the most significant. These are Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna, of which the Sushumna is the most important. All the nadis in the psychic body are subordinate to Sushumna, Ida, and Pingala.

Sushumna nadi is the spiritual channel at the center of the spinal cord. It originates from Mooladhara Chakra at the perineum and terminates at Sahasrara at the crown of the head.

Ida nadi emanates from the left of the perineum and spirals up the spinal cord, passing through each Chakra in turn, forming a cris-cross pathway that terminates at the left of Ajna Chakra. Pingala nadi emanates from the right side of the perineum, passing oppositely to that of Ida, terminating at the right side of Ajna.

Ida and Pingala represent two opposite forces flowing within us. Ida is passive, introverted, and feminine, also known as the Chandra or moon nadi. On the other hand, Pingala is active, extroverted, and masculine and is called the Surya or Sun nadi. When the right nostril (Pingala) flows, there is more vital energy for physical work, digestion of food, and so on. The mind is extroverted, and the body generates more heat.

When the left nostril (Ida) flows, mental energy is dominant. The mind is introverted, and any mental work may be undertaken. During sleep, Ida nadi flows. If Pingala flows at night, sleep will be restless and disturbed. Likewise, if Ida flows while taking food, the digestive process may be slow, causing indigestion.

The nadis alternates approximately every sixty to ninety minutes. It is, however, possible to alter the flow voluntarily by using yogic techniques such as padadhirasana and pranayama. The flow of the nadis influences all activities.

Sadhaka who want to get on with hard labor or make quick decisions should await the flow of prana from Pingala nadi or force it to happen. Similarly, those who want creative activity should await the flow of prana from Ida nadi. Without checking the flow of breath, they will not be able to get the desired success if they perform any activity.

ParaTan Inner Sakthi Sadhana uses Bija Mantra to send Nada through the Nadi system. After a few sessions, the following would be noticed:

· Glow in the face
· The person’s Aura becomes strong like a magnet to attract others.
· The person detaches from the material world while living in it.
· The person becomes devoid of sickness except for the ones he or she takes on.
· Help keep the person in a spiritual realm while still living in the world.

The positive activated Chakras can be a bridge to understanding your higher self. Using the Sound of the Vidyas not only can we help you cleanse your Chakras, it will also restructure your cells, which, when infected with past impressions of past trauma, can be the cause for illness.

The three types of constituencies known as Tridosha

Vata – Ether and Fire – controls the nervous actions, movements, etc. This includes all voluntary and involuntary movements.

Problem. Pain in the abdominal area is peculiarly felt when there is a problem with the function of Vata. The body feels like it is on fire, and urination and stool passing becomes difficult. There are frequent dry coughs and voice changes.

You can relieve Vata’s problem by stimulating the index finger. Sending sound through the nadi of the finger will help to balance the air element in the body.

Pitta – Fire – Metabolic activities of the body, digestion, warmth, and all destructive or metabolic activities.

Problem Eyes, urine, and stools become yellow. A burning sensation is felt in the stomach. Frequent headaches, thirst, and dryness of mouth are felt. Such individuals will be nervous.

You can relieve the Pitta problem by stimulating the middle finger. Sending sound through the nadi of this finger will help to balance the sky element in the body.

Kapha – Earth and Water – Stabilizes body structure and functioning and acts as a thermostat for the body.

Problem The person becomes lethargic and heavy and will have a problem moving about. Headaches are prominent in the central part of the head, and body temperature is low. Coughing is frequent with phlegm.

You can relieve the Kapha problem by stimulating the ring finger. Sending sound through the nadi of this finger will help to balance the Earth element in the body.

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Tantra is the special Sastra for the Kaliyuga, our present period.

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