Yoni Tantra and the empowerment of the Sacred Womb
Yoni is a Sanskrit word for the womb and not just the vagina and is considered the Sacred Temple. In Tantra ParaTan Inner Sakthi Yoga Sadhana, the Yoni is also seen as a Yantra, a dwelling place of the universal creative energy or Shakti energy
Yoni puja is worship par excellence, and by omitting it, every other puja is rendered useless. For this present Yuga, the part of Sakthi’s body worshiped is the Yoni. Thus, Devi is worshiped only with regard to her Yoni.
In Tantra, the Yoni is seen from a perspective of love and respect, which will empower all men. To receive her powers, men must learn to worship her with love and reverence
The worshipper has to engage in one-pointed meditation on, or visualize, the Goddess’s adored representation. A religious practice that is still very much alive in present-day India, a Yoni Puja is a non-intrusive yet intimate manner of religious worship. This ritual goes back thousands of years, yet one that is still practiced today.
There are Inner and Outer Pujas, which can occur in an ordinary or a personal form. Inner, in this context, refers to the fact that the practice is being done through visualization. Outer, is the visible ritual of one or more persons before an object or by worshipping the yoni in her living form – with the help of a woman.. The latter type of Yoni Puja is often performed in mixed groups, although sometimes only women or men may attend.
By worshipping the Yoni, one indeed worships The Mahavidya 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 in the hair. Bagalamukhi and Matangi are on the rim of the yoni. Mahalakshmi, 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.
1. We welcome you to discover Yoni Tantra healing that is both non-intrusive and empowering, both for the giver and receiver
2 Yoni Puja, in conjunction with massage and sound healing, will help remove emotional memories, which cause most serious illnesses such as cancer, women’s health problems, and most importantly, aloneness. When a person experiences an intense trauma and represses it, the body releases chemistry into the bloodstream that will block certain cell receptors in the body.
3. Yoni Puja will heal all trauma experienced in past relationships, thus enjoying a more blissful relationship with your present lover. A non-invasive form of healing that uses Divine Sound, which has been successfully used through time.
3. It is essential for all man to worship the Yoni of the Goddess so that he shall receive all the hidden power from ones Devi.
4. Experience the power of Yoni Tantra, Mantra, and Yantra that was created by Lord Shiva (the male) to worship Shakti (the female)
5. Devi Worship ritual is for couples and singles alike, who want to connect with their male and female principle in divine union. Men in our society need to see their partner as the Living Goddess who will bring light and inner prosperity into his life.
This path was hidden and lost for thousands of years. This is the oldest known path in Tantra, older than the knowledge of the Siva Lingam, the main icon of Shaivism.
The Shiva Lingam represents cosmic principles. In Tantra, Shiva symbolizes consciousness, and Sakthi symbolizes the energy or principle behind the manifested Universe. They are the cosmic couples who are inseparably united as Brahman, the absolute. They also represent the essence of each human being. Shiva is the third member of the trinity, Brahma the creator, Vishnu the sustainer and Shiva the destroyer. The Shiva Lingam’s base is the Yoni with Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva within it. This is a clear representation of the power of Sakthi. She as Aathi Para Sakthi, the creator of all, the Gods and human and all the three worlds.
Namaste – May the Divine Mother of Creation Grace your Life
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