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Once I Wrote Music

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 in Popular, Tantra, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Once I Wrote Music
Once I wrote music In song there were poems, The words of a soul in crisis, Crying out for answers A murder of crows cawing at Melting glacial waters A crevasse face carved in 100 million years of snow Turned hot Black beaks streaked with notes that would melt Beats into symphony or a capella secrets I sang in my room as a young girl Have you watched the faces of children Who have seen war? They are older than they Read More

The Ancient Practice of Bardo Yoga: Consciousness Between Life & Death

Posted by on Mar 17, 2014 in Popular, Tantra, Yoga & Science, Yoga History | 0 comments

The Ancient Practice of Bardo Yoga: Consciousness Between Life & Death
“The mind, deluded by the appearance of samsara, sees the faults of others with the senses. It is darkened by the prison of samsara; It is made intolerable by the fire of samsara; It is caught in the spider web of samsara; It is stuck in samsara as the bee is in nectar. . .” ~ Naropa In less commonly discussed yogic practices, there is an ancient art for dealing with death. This, the quintessentially ig Read More

Making Love to the Mud

Posted by on Jun 21, 2013 in Kundalini, Meditation, Popular, Tantra | 3 comments

Making Love to the Mud
An unconventional offering of ascendant Tantric poetry inspired by Rumi. Enjoy. If civilization exists by geologic sanction then I am the bubbling hot springs of alchemy, anything but civilized. I will gurgle and ooze, like a baby’s coo or a weeping wound, the stunning snail-shine of a lover’s wet kiss on a barren bosom. I will scream. I will whisper. But my totem is standing – still. I comply to the winds o Read More

The Archeologic Signature of Shamanism

Posted by on Oct 1, 2012 in Normal, Popular, Tantra, Yoga & Science | 0 comments

The Archeologic Signature of Shamanism
Shamanistic Cave Paintings Yoga science is possibly the remnants of ancient shamanistic practices. Its miscellany have been excavated in Greenland, Siberia, Nepal and Kazakhstan. It has been around since Paleolithic times. The yogis in the ancient Himalayas were essentially seeking to strip themselves of their limited perception. This is the way of the shaman. Fusion with the natural world is a means to strip away Read More

Self Reliance or Divine Providence, That is the Question

Posted by on Sep 19, 2012 in Kundalini, Mantra, Meditation, Popular, Pranayama, Tantra, Yoga & Science | 0 comments

Self Reliance or Divine Providence, That is the Question
Head, Heart & Hands “There’s a Divinity that shapes our ends, Rough-hew them how we will.” – Hamlet, Shakespeare I call on my own guru’s wisdom, the founder of the Bihar school of yoga, to address this interesting question which has come up in the life of a dear friend, as well as my own. Swami Satyananda told us in his integral approach to yoga that, “we must use the qualities of head Read More

Imagine Getting All You Need From the Cosmos

Posted by on Sep 17, 2012 in Breaking News, Meditation, Popular, Pranayama, Tantra, Yoga & Science | 0 comments

Imagine Getting All You Need From the Cosmos
Suwon Temple Could you exist on a few pieces of fruit, and a small glass of water every day and feel fully, essentially alive? Advanced yogis and arhats have been learning to live on less for centuries. While development of siddhis, or special powers, are not the true aim of a yogic path, they are the amazing by-product of clearing the body of all samskaras, and allowing the subtle energy of a realized being to shi Read More