Since the early 1900’s, a little book with a big message has been continuously in print. From this book, many other books and teachings have sprouted which revolve around the theme of ‘Abundance and the law of attraction’.
“This very place, the Lotus Paradise,
This very body, the Buddha.”
As we prepare for the New Year ahead and the new dawn of humanity, it is essential to clear up incomplete issues we carry with the people we have been, or are, close to.
This blog is devoted to music as the essence of life, for music is a path, leading directly to the soundless sound, Aum. We are attuned to music from our earliest life experience in the womb, with the heartbeat of the mother, and other ambient sounds the mother is exposed to during pregnancy.
Sarita has always lived her life with passion – here she describes how, and the joy, beauty and abundance that comes from following your soul calling.
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.
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.
Sarita talks about how she has brought her experiences with Osho in India to her Tantra workshops in Europe.
“Lose your pride, let it become greed; lose your greed, let it become anger; lose your anger, let it become sex. Sex is the original energy.
In the Zen tradition there is a wonderful series of 10 pictures, which describe the process of spiritual liberation. The pictures show a man with his bull.