Sarita spent many years in Osho’s community and says that listening to him speak was one of the key things that lead her towards her own self-realisation.
As I write this blog, I am also involved in teaching a Level 2 Couples Tantra Group, being held at Chateau Belle Vue in France. At this time of writing, the couples are in their bedroom, diving deeply into the meeting of sexuality, love and spirituality.
Sarita loves to answer your questions, so if there’s something you’d like her advice on, please email her and let her know if you are happy for it to be published (you can remain anonymous). Here she answers a question on: healing sexual repression
This is another recipe from Tania, a raw food lover, Tantrika and follower of Sarita’s work, based in London. This treat goes well with raw crackers.
The Vigyan Bhairav Tantra was the first thing Sarita heard Osho talk about. It has been part of her Tantra journey ever since; practising the meditations alone, in a couple and sharing them with the world.
When I arrived from India to the UK in 1998, there was not much Tantra happening. The notion many people carried about it was limited to a general belief that it is something to do with free sex, orgies, candles, incense and a few feathers thrown in.
From the Vigyan Bhairav Tantra: “Focus on fire rising through your form from the toes up until the body burns to ashes but not you.”