ParaTan means the Supreme form of Tantra; it is part of Tantric Shaktas Tradition and has a deep relationship with Inner Shakti Yoga and Sri Vidya Sadhana.

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Tantric Sakthi Worship; the guiding deity of the Inner Sakthi Yoga

Why venerate Goddesses that occur in anthropomorphic appearance?

Tantra reveres and worships the cosmic feminine principle, the Shakti, the Great Goddess, which is considered the dynamic energy, the power to create of the Universe. It is Shakti that with her dance gives rise to all that exists. With Shiva, the cosmic masculine principle, the static energy, the pure consciousness, she forms the cosmic couple, the Absolute that pervades everything.

This energy, with her qualities of grace, kindness, compassion, beauty, joy, creativity, exists in every human being, both in women and in men. She is extremely precious energy on the spiritual path, because she is the force that allows us to jump from the limits of individual consciousness to the bliss of universal consciousness.
Worshiping Shakti means worshiping the creative power of the universe, the womb from which flows the Life, the source of a profound strength, and also means connect to the same power within us.

Dasha Mahavidyas are the ten goddesses of wisdom that are invoked during the Tantric puja (worship ritual) directed to the worship of Sakthi. The Goddesses are archetypes, symbolic representations that embody Shakti and depict her ability to manifest herself in an infinite variety of forms or stages of her evolution. They are ten, but in their essence they are not separated because they are different nuances of the only one reality. Their names are Kali, Tara, Tripura Sundari, Bhuvanesvari, Chinnamasta, Bhairavi, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi , Kamala. Worshipping Goddesses means to draw the subtle energies to which they are connected, and although they apparently external figures, worshipping is actually a way to get in touch with those inner energies that are an essential part of our own nature and make them active.

Para Tan as taught by Tantric Master Shri Param Eswaran has an energy approach and not religious, in keeping with the true spirit of the Tantric tradition. With ParaTan we worship women as the Living Goddess.

Tantra combines the most sophisticated philosophical speculation with the experience more tangible and concrete, and the worship of goddesses that occur in anthropomorphic appearance is not due to a lack of capacity for abstraction in recognizing the Supreme Consciousness as absolute and transcendental concept. On the contrary, it means that perceive transcendental reality in all that is manifest. Tantra recognizes the presence of the Divine always and everywhere, and the puja is a means to entrench and expand this attitude.

The Tantric Inner Sakthi Yoga worship connects the physical reality with the inner and is a meditation: you do not research the God or Goddess on the outside but ignite the spark of spirituality of the True Self to bring it to a manifested state.


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