Ayurvedic Oil Massage

Ayurvedic Standard Oil Massage
Ayurvedic Massage is one of the most effective techniques used alongside ancient Ayurveda natural treatments. It is a combination of native Hindu and Indian Buddhist traditions. Wise Indian healers believed that the massage treatment as well as the use of specific essential oils should be carefully tailored for each person depending on their dosha (body type). This means you will receive a unique combination of ancient Ayurvedic Massage techniques ideal for your individual body and health condition.
The Ayurvedic Standard Oil Massage is a rather rough body massage given by the hands,
forearms and elbows. It involves classic massage strokes, tapping, kneading and squeezing. However, the technique and its intensity depend on your personal condition.
An Ayurvedic Massage is an incredible technique for treating pain as well as curing the body from the inside. During the massage session the therapist focuses on pressing the specific points that are believed to correspond to different inner organs. Therefore, the stimulation of those points brings a positive effect on the health of the body’s inner organs.
An Ayurvedic Massage incorporates the use of different essential oils selected to suit your individual dosha. Aroma oils nourish your skin making it softer and smoother; while the amazing scent helps you to relax and forget about your worries.
 Ayurvedic Traditional Indian Oil Massage
Do you want to experience the healing effect of Indian herbal oils combined with a rejuvenating massage treatment? Why not try an Ayurvedic Traditional Indian Oil Massage that incorporates the use of special herbal oils suited to your individual health condition and skin type?
Before the massage starts, the therapists will apply a generous amount of blended rejuvenating herbal oils to your back, arms and hands. The oils will treat a variety of health conditions, and once applied to your skin, they will supply it with essential nutrients, making it softer and smoother.
The combination of herbal oils can actually refresh and cool-off the skin, eliminate inflammation and any irritations. They are also particularly helpful in curing a range of different skin problems including both rashes and acne.
Ayurvedic Traditional Indian Oil Massage is aimed at bringing harmony and balance to your
whole body. The intensive pressing, stroking and kneading enables a faster absorption of the aromatic herbal oils, increasing their beneficial effects. An Ayurvedic Massage is extremely refreshing and rejuvenating. Faster blood circulation helps to supply your body’s tissues with essential nutrients and oxygen.
An Ayurvedic Massage is usually quite intensive; it can relieve sore muscles and improve
flexibility helping to prevent future ailments. Apart from a much improved fitness and well-being, the therapy can give you full relaxation and a greatly improved inner balance.

Meanings of Linga and Yoni in Tantra

We have, hidden within our own deeper awareness, wonderful Gods and Goddesses in embryo who have but one intention: to bring the sacred and hi quality life back into our lives. Tantra expands horizons about masculine Self and feminine World into a living experience of the eternal time with infinite space.
The sexual symbolism of Tantra, like the subject of sexuality in general, has always engaged the human mind. The modern mind seems to be obsessed with it as well. Many people into Tantra, as well as most of the scholars who write on it, seem unable to move beyond the physical suggestions of these symbols to their spiritual indications. This has kept the study and practice of Tantric Yoga at a superficial level in which its deeper cosmic and creative energies remain latent.

There is an inclination to reduce the Shiva linga and Shakti yoni, the two main Tantric symbols of ascending and descending forces - which are often represented by upright conical stones for the Shiva linga and ring stones or basis for the Shakti yoni - to merely the male and female sex organs, which is but one of their representations, and their erotic glorification. There is the tradition of Tantric sexuality of mithuna which uses sacred sex as part of Yoga practice.  But it is not the only practice of Tantric Yoga and when done is integrated into a much larger array of practices.

It would be wrong to look at the linga and the yoni only in human sexual terms, just as it would be to see the Deities of Shiva and Shakti as only symbols of sexuality. Sexuality, no doubt, is the strongest of our biological and psychological urges. Yet sexuality reflects greater and higher forces, of which it is a manifestation.

The polarity of forces that we discover in sexuality is mirrored in the great dualities of nature from electricity and magnetism, to the forces of fire and water, the sun and the moon, and the forms of the mountain and the valley. It is this universal duality and polarity that is the basis of Tantric Yoga, working with it, and through it returning to the pure unity behind it. Sexuality is an important force that we must understand in the process, whether we choose to express it in a human relationship or renounce it for a more solitary path of practice.

The Shiva linga is often portrayed in an upright conical form much like the male sexual organ. Indeed, some Shiva lingas are quite phallic in their appearance, but there are many other types of lingas which are not. The linga is the symbol of the universal power, the cosmic masculine force or the Shiva principle. It has many forms in nature.

In the Sanskrit language, the word linga refers to a ‘chief mark’ or ‘characteristic’ of something. As a term, it is not per se a synonym for the male sexual organ, as some would believe. Linga indicates what is outstanding and determinative. In this regard, the male sexual organ can be said to be the distinguishing characteristic or linga of a man at a physical level, but linga in other contexts can have quite a different meaning.

In Yoga philosophy, the term linga refers to the subtle body, which is the dominant principle in our nature over the physical body. The Shiva linga is also the subtle body and can indicate the upper region from the heart to the head. The linga is a place where energy is held, generated and sustained.

The problem is that the modern mind, particularly since Freud, often tries to use sex as the main means of interpreting life, extending even to art and spirituality, which we try to understand according to sexual symbolism or the sex life of the persons involved! This ‘sexual reductionism’ misses the deeper and broader sensitivities and inspirations that people have.

Clearly sexuality is there for most everyone, but real spirituality and genuine creativity are not! Some scholars have gone so far as to try to reduce Hindu Devatas, Gods and Goddesses to sexual symbols, as if a figure like Ganesha, with his head cut off by his father, was nothing more than another manifestation of the Oedipal complex, missing his deeper yogic implications altogether. Of course, such psychological studies have been done on Christianity and Judaism as well. Freud, himself a Jew, tried to reduce Moses to the Oedipal complex, starting off this trend. Such studies do not help us understand what the spiritual path is all about, but get us further caught in our biological impulses as the primary factors of life. Naturally, such efforts to turn a religion into a sexual neurosis is not appreciated by Hindus any more than by Christians and Jews!

Symbolisms of the Linga 

The Shiva linga represents the ascending energy of consciousness and life in nature. We see this in such forms as the mountain, the thunder cloud, the tree, and the upright human being. Many lingas like that at Kedarnath - the most important Shiva site in the Himalayas - are rocks in the shape of small mountains. Many other lingas are associated with light, the lingas of the Sun, the Moon and Fire. There are the twelve famous Jyotirlingas or light forms of Shiva at twelve special temples throughout India.

The state of Tamil Nadu has special Shiva linga forms for the five elements with lingas of earth, water, fire, air and ether at special temples in the region. In this regard, each element has its Shiva linga or determinative force. The famous hill of Arunachala, where the great enlightened sage Ramana Maharshi stayed, is said to be the fire linga of lord Shiva.

Other Shiva lingas are associated with gold or crystal, the light powers in the metal kingdom. The Shiva linga is often described in terms of light, crystal or transparency. Shiva himself is said to be pure light or light in its primal undifferentiated state, Prakasha matra.

The Shiva linga is connected to the upward pointed triangle, which is also the symbol of fire. The linga is present in the male sexual organ both in plants and in animals. But we should not ignore its other forms in recognizing that. The worship of the linga is connected more generally to a worship of pillars, obelisks, standing stones and pyramids. Tantric linga worship is connected to Vedic pillar worship (the Vedic stambha, skambha, dharuna), which has parallels throughout the ancient world and in indigenous cultures in general who can still perceive the spiritual powers behind the formations of nature.

The Shiva linga is often a pillar of light. In special Vedic fire rituals, the fire could be made to rise in the shape of a pillar which could also then take the shape of a man! In fact, the term Dharma originally refers to what upholds things and can be symbolized by a pillar. The Shiva linga is the universal pillar of Dharma. The pillar is also an inner symbol indicating the erect spine and concentrated mind.

In terms of our human nature, there are several lingas or characteristic marks. The force of Prana is the linga or pillar force upholding the physical body according to the currents that emanate from it. This is the inner ‘Prana Linga’. Our deeper intelligence or Buddhi provides us the power of insight to discern higher realities, the ‘Buddhi Linga’. The Atman or higher Self is the ultimate linga or determinative force of our nature that remains steady and elevated (transcendent) throughout all of our life experience, the ‘Atma Linga’.

The linga and the yoni always go together, first of all on the level of opposites, as the upward and downward pointed triangles. The linga with the yoni below it, the standing stone and the ring base, show the union of male and female energies, not just in sexuality, but also as electro-magnetic forces.

In addition, the linga in its movement creates a yoni, just as a point in its movement can create a circle. We can see this in the circular movement of the stars, planets and nebulae, as well as many other diverse phenomena in the world of nature.  The central luminary is the linga and its field of revolution is the yoni. The planets form a yoni or circle as they revolve around the Sun as the linga, of the solar system, its central principle or axis. Yet the Sun itself is revolving around other stars and creating a yoni or circle of its own.

Stonehenge, and other similar sacred sites that have standing stones formed into great circles, show the union of the linga and the yoni, the cosmic male and female or Shiva-Shakti principles. The linga and the yoni are also united in the chakra or the wheel, with the linga as the axis and the yoni as the circumference. The Hindu usage of chakras in ritual and in art also reflects these two powers. Each chakra of the subtle body shows the union of the Shiva and Shakti energies operative at its particular level of manifestation.

The Shiva energy is the upward current running through the spine or Sushumna and the Shakti energy is the horizontal current through which it travels, forming the various lotuses of the chakras. Together they form a spiral of forces. Both forces are necessary to create this dynamic motion.

The experience of the Shiva linga in Yogic meditation is an experience of a pillar of light, energy, peace and eternity, expanding the mind, opening the inner eye and bringing deep peace and steadiness to the heart. From it radiate waves, currents, circles and whirlpools of Shakti spreading this grace, love and wisdom to all. To concentrate our awareness in the linga is one of the best ways of meditation, calming the mind and putting us in touch with our inner Being and Witness beyond all the agitation and sorrow of the world.

In Ayurvedic healing, the creation of the Prana linga or concentration of Prana at a subtle level is what allows deep healing and rejuvenation to occur. In Vedic astrology, the Shiva linga represents the power of light behind the Sun, Moon, planets and stars. In Vastu Shastra, the Shiva linga is used to stabilize the spiritual and vital energy in a house, as a conduit of cosmic forces.

To understand the ultimate secrets of life we must be able to look at the primal powers of existence, including the needs for sex and food, according to their broader connections and universal implications. Human sexuality is only one of the many manifestations of the cosmic forces of duality, of a greater Divine sexuality as it were, which transcends all creaturely existence.

We must learn to see the cosmic energy behind human sexuality rather than try to reduce spiritual polarities to our own physical and emotional inclinations. This is another aspect of Yoga in which we must look beyond human psychology to the universal consciousness.

Tantra


Tantra Is the Science of Transforming Ordinary Lovers Into Soul Mates

"In the East, we have developed a science: if you cannot find a soul mate, you can create one. And that science is Tantra. To find a soul mate means to find the person with whom all your seven centers meet naturally. That is impossible. Once in a while, a Krishna and a Radha, a Shiva and a Shakti. And when it happens it is tremendously beautiful. But it is like lightning – you cannot depend on it. If you want to read your Bible, you can't depend on it that when the lightning is there you will read. The lightning is a natural phenomenon, but not dependable.

"If you wait for your natural soul mate to meet with you, it will be just like waiting for lightning with which to read your Bible. And you will not be able to read much either. For a moment it is there, and by the time you have opened the Bible it is gone.
"Hence, Tantra was created. Tantra is a scientific approach. Tantra is alchemy; it can transform your centers, it can transform the other's centers, it can create a rhythm and harmony between you and your beloved. That is the beauty of Tantra. It is like bringing electricity into your house. Then you can turn it on and off whenever you want. And you can have a thousand and one uses of it; it can cool your room, it can heat your room. Then it is a miracle. These seven centers in you are nothing but centers of body electricity. So, when I am talking about lightning, don't think of it only as a symbol – I mean it literally.

“In your body, there exists a subtle current of electricity, very subtle. But the subtler it is, the deeper it goes. It is not very visible. Scientists say that all the electricity that is in your body, if put together, can be used to light a five-candle bulb. It is not much. Quantitatively it is not much, quantitatively the atom is not much, but qualitatively… If it explodes, it has tremendous energy in it.

“These seven centers, these seven chakras Yoga and Tantra have talked about down the ages, are nothing but five knots in your body electric current. They can be changed; they can be rearranged. They can be given a new shape, form. Two lovers can be transformed so deeply that all their seven centers can start meeting.

“Tantra is the science of transforming ordinary lovers into soul mates. And that is the grandeur of Tantra. It can transform the whole earth; it can transform each couple into soul mates.”

Osho, Philosophia Perennis, Vol. 1, Talk # 8     More info http://www.darlingsite.info

Osho on difference in Normal Sex and tantric Sex

Question : What's the difference between Normal sex & Tantric sex ?

Osho : Your sex act and the tantric sex act are basically different. Your sex act is to relieve; it is just like sneezing out a good sneeze. The energy is thrown out and you are unburdened. It is destructive, it is not creative. It is good -- therapeutic. It helps you to be relaxed, but nothing more. The tantric sex act is basically, diametrically opposite and different. It is not to relieve, it is not to throw energy out. It is to remain in the act without ejaculation, without throwing energy out; to remain in the act merged -- just at the beginning part of the act, not the end part.

This changes the quality; the complete quality is different then. Try to understand two things. There are two types of climaxes, two types of orgasm. One type of orgasm is known. You reach to a peak of excitement, then you cannot go further: the end has come. The excitement reaches to a point where it becomes non-voluntary. The
energy jumps into you and goes out. You are relieved of it, unburdened. The load is thrown; you can relax and sleep. You are using it like a tranquilizer.

It is a natural tranquilizer: a good sleep will follow -- if your mind is not burdened by religion. Otherwise even the tranquilizer is destroyed. If your mind is not burdened by religion, only then can sex be a tranquilizing thing. If you feel guilt, even your sleep will be disturbed. You will feel depression, you will start condemning yourself and you will begin to take oaths that now you won't indulge anymore. Then your sleep will become a nightmare afterwards.

If you are a natural being not too much burdened by religion and morality, only then can sex be used as a tranquilizer. This is one type of orgasm -- coming to the peak of excitement. Tantra is centered on another type of orgasm. If we call the first kind a peak orgasm, you can call the tantric orgasm a valley orgasm. In it you are not coming to the peak of excitement, but to the very deepest valley of relaxation. Excitement has to be used for both in the beginning. That is why I say that in the beginning both are the same, but the ends are totally different.

Excitement has to be used for both: either you are going toward the peak of excitement or to the valley of relaxation. For the first, excitement has to be intense -- more and more intense. You have to grow in it; you have to help it to grow towards the peak. In the second, excitement is just a beginning. And once the man has entered, both lover and beloved can relax. No movement is needed. They can relax in a loving embrace.

When the man feels or the woman feels that the erection is going to be lost, only then is a little movement and excitement required. But then again relax. You can prolong this deep embrace for hours with no ejaculation, and then both can fall into deep sleep together. This -- THIS -- is a valley orgasm. Both are relaxed, and they meet as two relaxed beings. In the ordinary sexual orgasm you meet as two excited beings -- tense, full of excitement, trying to unburden yourselves. The ordinary sexual orgasm looks like madness; the tantric orgasm is a deep, relaxing meditation.

You may not be aware of it, but this is a fact of biology, of bio-energy, that man and woman are opposite forces. Negative-positive, yin-yang, or whatsoever you call them, they are challenging to each other. And when they both meet in a deep relaxation, they revitalize each other. They both revitalize each other, they both become generators, they both feel livelier, they both become radiant with new energy, and nothing is lost. Just by meeting with the opposite pole energy is renewed.
The tantric love act can be done as much as you like. The ordinary sex act cannot be done as much as you like because you are losing energy in it, and your body will have to wait to regain it. And when you regain it, you will only lose it again. This looks absurd. The whole life is spent in gaining and losing, regaining and losing: it is just like an obsession. The second thing to be remembered: you may or may not have observed that when you look at animals you can never see them enjoying sex. In intercourse, they are not enjoying themselves.

Look at baboons, monkeys, dogs or any kind of animals. In their sex act you cannot see that they are feeling blissful or enjoying it -- you cannot! It seems to be just a mechanical act, a natural force pushing them towards it. If you have seen monkeys in intercourse, after the intercourse they will separate. Look at their faces: there is no ecstasy in them, it is as if nothing has happened. When the energy forces itself, when the energy is too much, they throw it. The ordinary sex act is just like this, but moralists have been saying quite the contrary.

They say, "Do not indulge, do not `enjoy'." They say, "This is as animals do." This is wrong! Animals never enjoy; only man can enjoy. And the deeper you can enjoy, the higher is the kind of humanity that is born. And if your sex act can become meditative, ecstatic, the highest is touched. But remember tantra: it is a valley orgasm, it is not a peak experience. It is a valley experience!

In the West, Abraham Maslow has made this term "peak experience" very famous. You go into excitement towards the peak, and then you fall. That is why, after every sex act, you feel a fall. And it is natural: you are falling from a peak. You will never feel that after a tantric sex experience. Then you are not falling. You cannot fall any further because you have been in the valley. Rather, you are rising.

When you come back after a tantric sex act, you have risen, not fallen. You feel filled with energy, more vital, more alive, radiant. And that ecstasy will last for hours, even for days. It depends on how deeply you were in it. If you move into it, sooner or later you will realize that ejaculation is wastage of energy. No need of it -- unless you need children. And with a tantric sex experience, you will feel a deep relaxation the whole day.

One tantric sex experience, and even for days you will feel relaxed -- at ease, at home, non-violent, nonangry, non-depressed. And this type of person is never a danger to others. If he can, he will help others to be happy. If he cannot, at least he will not make anyone unhappy. Only tantra can create a new man, and this man who can know timelessness, egolessness and deep non-duality with existence will grow.

MAHAMUDRA



Mahamudra means a total orgasm with the universe. If you have loved somebody, and sometimes you have felt a melting and merging, the two are no longer two. The bodies remain separate, but something between the bodies makes a bridge, a golden bridge, and the twoness inside disappears; one life energy vibrates at both the poles. If it has happened to you, only then can you understand what Mahamudra is. Millions and millions times deeper, millions and millions times higher is Mahamudra. It is a total orgasm with the whole, with the universe. It is melting into the source of being.
And this is The Song of Mahamudra. It is beautiful that Tilopa has called it a song. You can sing it, but you cannot say it; you can dance it, but you cannot say it. It is such a deep phenomenon that singing may convey a tiny, small part of it – not what you sing, but the way you sing it.
Many mystics have simply danced after their ultimate experience; they could not do anything else. They were saying something through their whole being and body all together: body, mind, soul, and everything involved in it. They were dancing; those dances were not ordinary dances. In fact, all dancing was born because of these mystics; it was a way to relate the ecstasy, the happiness, the bliss. Something of the unknown has penetrated into the known, something of the beyond has come to the earth – what else can you do? You can dance it; you can sing it. This is a song of Mahamudra.
Who will sing it? Tilopa is no more. The orgasmic feeling itself is singing. It is not a song of Tilopa; Tilopa is no more. The experience itself is vibrating and singing. Hence The Song of Mahamudra: the song of ecstasy, ecstasy itself singing it. Tilopa has nothing to do; Tilopa is not there at all, Tilopa has melted. When the seeker is lost, only then is the goal achieved. Only when the experiencer is no longer there, is the experience there. Seek and you will miss it, because through your seeking, the seeker will be strengthened. Don’t seek and you will find it. The very seeking, the very effort, becomes a barrier, because the more you seek, the more the ego, the seeker, is strengthened. Do not seek!
This is the deepest message of this whole Song of Mahamudra: do not seek, just remain as you are, don’t go anywhere else. Nobody ever reaches truth; nobody can because you don’t know the address. Where will you go? Where will you find truth? There is no map, there is no way, and there is nobody to say where it is. No, nobody ever reaches truth. It is always the reverse: truth comes to you. Whenever you are ready, it knocks at your door; it seeks you whenever you are ready. And the readiness is nothing but receptivity. When you are completely receptive, and there is no ego, you become a hollow temple with nobody in it.
Tilopa says in the song, become like a hollow bamboo: nothing inside. And suddenly, the moment you are a hollow bamboo, the divine lips are on you, the hollow bamboo becomes a flute and the song starts – this is The Song of Mahamudra. Tilopa has become a hollow bamboo, the divine has come and the song has started. It is not Tilopa’s song; it is the song of the ultimate experience itself.

From Osho, Tantra: The Supreme Understanding, Chapter 1 

Discover Real Tantra –It’s Far More Than Sacred Sex

By Richard Crown 

Stature of Man & Woman in Tantra Practice
Westerners usually equate tantra with sex.
In India, tantra usually means magic and spells.
In reality, tantra is far more than either.
I know you like nice, neat, precise definitions, but true tantra is so vast that it’s impossible to define exactly what it is, or to catalog all tantric practices.
But, I’ll give you a loose definition in an attempt to order the file that your well-educated mind is busy creating and labeling “tantra”.
Tantra is a set of practices that leads you to an experience of pure awareness, or Enlightenment.
Practices?
What practices?
Tantric Practices or Tools
Basically, each tantric teacher creates his own set of practices that suit him, his times and his students while borrowing heavily from other teachers and religions like Buddhism and Hinduism.
This has been going on for centuries in different religions. Thousands of practices have evolved, making tantra complex beyond our ability to describe or learn all of it.
There are seven basic tools used in tantric practices.
  • Yoga
  • Mudras
  • Mantras
  • Yantras
  • Initiations
  • Deities
  • Yagyar
Tantra Yoga
Yoga itself is vast. It includes the asanas of Hatha Yoga, the breath exercises of Pranayama, the science of moving energy with your mind in Raja Yoga and far more. Practicing Yoga cleanses you, strengthens you and instills mental and physical discipline.
Mudras in Tantra
Mudras are hand, eye and body positions that cause energy to move through specific paths in your body. They also activate specific energy centers. For instance, the heart mudra activates your heart center. Love flows easily.
Mantras Practice in Tantra
Mantras are a sound, a word or a phrase that evokes a level of consciousness or a specific energy. The most well known mantra is Om, but mantras can be pages and pages in length.
Tantric Yantras
An example of a Yantra
Yantras are diagrams or plans, usually using complex geometric patterns, that draw your attention in and focus it, then transport your mind into a state of consciousness. This is often called “sacred geometry” in the West. 
Tantric Mandalas
Mandalas are paintings that are usually done in colored sand on a hard surface or in paint on cloth. They are used extensively in Tibetan Buddhism to evoke deep states of consciousness after the mandala has been empowered by a lama.
Initiations into Tantra 
Initiations are given by tantric adepts. Yogis, Swamis, Gurus and Tibetan lamas are good sources of initiations. Initiations have the ability to instantly transport you into the deepest states –including Enlightenment. Their success is dependent on the intent and ability of the giver and on the ability of the receiver to realize what has been given.
Deities in Tantra
Deities are used to meditate on, to visualize becoming and to draw energy and guidance from. Siva is currently popular in India, but many other deities are also used. Tibetans often use the Bodhisattvas Tara and Avalokateshwara or one of the Buddhas.
Yagyar and Tantra
On one level, yagyar refers to rituals –to the rites and ceremonies preformed by practitioners. On a much deeper, more profound level, yagyar means bringing sacred action into every aspect of life. Whatever you do, do it in full awareness. All thought and action becomes sacred. 
Combining Tools in Tantra
Where tantra really gets interesting, and extremely powerful, is when you start combining the different tools above into a practice.
For example, while engaged in sacred sex, you could be:
  • In a Yoga asana
  • Using pranayama to synchronize your breath with your partner
  • Using your mind to circulate sexual energy through both of you
  • Holding a mudra hand or eye position
  • Visualizing yourselves as Deities
  • Chanting a mantra mentally
  • Performing on a yantra
  • Completely aware of everything all as it happens
Many lamas marry to be able to practice the sacred sex that transports them into elevated states of consciousness. Their practice combines many elements of tantra.
Making use of tantric practices is one of the fastest paths to realization. Buddhists call it Vajrayana Buddhism and have practiced tantra for centuries. 
However, the vast majority of tantric practice is done sans sex.
White Tantra With or Without Sex
White tantra is a good example of how a man and woman can do tantra together without ever touching physically.
A white tantra exercise is below. You can add or subtract elements for different effects. At some point while you’re doing it, the exercise will take over, developing its own life, transporting you to where it wants to take you.
  • Dress completely in white, sit on a white cloth and wear white on your head.
  • Sit facing your partner. You can use an asana if desired.
  • Use a mudra if desired.
  • Use pranayama to synchronize your breathing if desired.
  • Chant a mantra if desired.
  • You can close your eyes or gaze deeply into your partner’s eyes.
  • Use your mind to visualize energy circulating through your bodies. 
The energy moves in a circle.
Visualize (imagine) the energy moving up the woman’s spine, out of the top of her head, and down into the man and on into the Earth to cool it before bringing it up into the woman again for another circle. 
Coordinate the energy movement with your breathing.
On the in breath, energy comes up through the woman.
On the out breath, the energy flows down through the man. 
Be sure to run the energy deep into the Earth to cool it on each circle before bringing it up into the woman.
Misusing Tantric Magic for Sex and Exploitation
The use of tantric magic spells is so widespread throughout Indian villages that many Indians equate tantra with magic. 
Villagers use to tantra to get money, marry well, cure snakebite, control weather, grow crops, seek protection or revenge or for anything else the tantric adept is paid to do.
There is a particular spell that my wife Remedia and I have cleaned off many women –both tourists and locals. You should be aware of it if you’re a woman travelling to India.
The spell is usually passed from a man to a woman through a handshake. It’s extremely powerful.
This black magic spell makes the woman feel exceptionally beautiful and sexy –like a sex Goddess. She wants sex immediately. She will give everything she has to the man –her money, jewelry, body and anything else demanded.
Older foreign women are vulnerable targets because:
  • They are unsuspectingly na├»ve
  • They are susceptible to feeling desired, young and sexually alive again
  • They usually have money
  • They can be manipulated into taking the man home with them out of India
Women we’ve helped report being very confused by acting against their will without understanding why they are doing something they know they don’t want to do.
Tantra can be abused by harming others and infringing on free will. Please be discerning in your examination of your tantric teachers. Also, be cautious about your own tantric practice.
When using tantric practices, your thoughts become extremely powerful because they are powered by the prana you’re generating. What you think manifests quickly. Keep your thoughts pure and your motives humble.
You may have already been using one or more of the components of tantra in your own practice. Now that you’re more aware of what they are, you’ll start seeing them everywhere.  More info: http://www.darlingsite.info

Tantra: female polarities

The first chakra is a receptive, feminine, Yin polarity. This is shown physically by the way the woman’s genitalia are mainly inside her body, and receptive to the male, Yang, outward-going organ.
The second chakra is a positive pole. It is here that a woman’s sexual energy naturally vibrates, and where she will carry a child.When this chakra is open and flowing, it helps the man’s second chakra to be receptive to her female sexuality, so that sex has a more profound sense of intimacy. It will also help her Yoni to become receptive to penetration and bring her a much richer orgasmic experience. This chakra is linked very powerfully to emotions, so the woman may laugh or cry as this chakra awakens.
The third chakra is a receptive, Yin polarity.
The fourth chakra is a positive pole. A woman is powerfully centered in this chakra. It is here that the goddess resides and where she feels truly a woman. Massaging her breasts with loving and worshipping hands will awaken the goddess. Her love that emanates from this chakra will be so intoxicating that the man will fall in tune with it and relax into divine peace.
The fifth chakra is a receptive, Yin polarity.
The sixth chakra is a positive pole. Here the woman is in tune with the mysteries of existence. In Tantra the woman is considered as the initiatress, because she channels and transmits this spiritual quality to the man. Together they may then expand into the seventh chakra. Both souls melt as one, the highest potential of sex.
The seventh chakra is beyond polarity. It is both Yin and Yang, and open to the supreme unity of male and female qualities.
Source: “Divine Sexuality – The joy of Tantra” by Mahasatvaa Ma Ananda Sarita – Findhorn Press