I am Goddess Diana, a practicing Tantrika and energy worker for more than 12 years. Tantra is my chosen path and my passion. I love traveling extensively around the world and sharing my joy and healing touch with new students to this sacred path.
SEAT OF KUNDALINI SHAKTI:
Why does the chakra system play such an important role in tantra?
We are both shiva and shakti male God and female Goddess. In tantra we are taught that we are a microcosm of the entire Universe and our bodies are a manifestation of pure energy from a common Source that was born from a uniting of both Shiva and Shakti. During 5000 B.C. a Cult was established around the Hindu God Shiva and his Goddess Shakti. Shiva was pure consciousness but could not transform energies around Him. Shakti was the embodiment of pure energy but she could actually affect and shift energy so when the two divinities met and connected sexually and spiritually Shakti gave Shiva a true solid form and gave birth to the Universe. Tantra is a practice of pure love; it is this joyful dance between Shiva and Shakti and this mutual exchange of male and female essence that creates a balance of beauty and unconditional love amongst us. If you can see the divine presence in yourself and acknowledge the female and male entities inside you you have the power to create a playground of delight all within your being. When you see the divinity within you, you can recognize the divinity within another and love someone else with that blind devotion and human empathy that will create a bridge between human physical life into a higher realm of ethereal space.
Tantra means weaving and so in the practice of weaving, we unify the fragmented pieces of ourselves like precious silken threads we honor and hold sacred. We honor the scary parts as well as the joyful pieces into this luminous quilt we learn to cherish and explore. Tantra also means expansion in that we learn to grow spiritually as our energy is unified and our Kundalini Shakti awakens us into our Higher Being.