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Maithuna Para Tan Alchemy of Love Making


Maithuna is the supreme union between Shiva (the masculine energy) and Shakti (the female energy), the celebration of the omnipresent alchemical fusion of solar principle with the lunar one; it is about the surrender of the individual consciousness in the universal consciousness. In Para Tan Alchemy of Love Making, Maithuna is the ritual of making love on metaphysical and purely spiritual level (it is not a sexual practice and nudity is not required).


The art of the experiment be two in one - the state of unity - happens between the subtle bodies of the two partners, which are considered the embodiment of the two cosmic powers of Shiva and Shakti. It is a state of deep meditation, in which the ego (what that binds us in the illusion of separation keeping us away from the knowledge that all is one) is dissolved giving space for the immense joy of non-duality. Its a practice that can lead to the awakening of the Kundalini energy, to what is called spiritual orgasm, the state of enlightenment, of the constant presence and permanent focus in the true Self.


Maithuna - ParaTan Alchemy of Love Making is the great cosmic wisdom that, with her play, reveals to us what we are: Unconditional Love.

The practice uses a variety of tools and techniques of the ancient Tantric tradition brought to light by the Indian Master Shri Param Eswaran, in particular the sanctity of Bija Sounds (Seed Mantra), exceptionally powerful means to explore the dance of energies and lead to rediscovering that all is one.


To do that the experience of energetic fusion that take place is important:
- that the male and female energies within each partner is balanced, because there can be no true union with each other, if first you do not reach a state of connection with yourself;

- that all levels of being (physical, mental, spiritual) are purified from past emotional memories. This is necessary because the prana (vital energy) can flow freely without blocks and obstacles, as well as to share clean energy, the nectar and not the poison of its own essence.


From a state of balance, centering, and spiritual purity can be born the delicacy required for this ritual.


Bija Sounds are valuable tools to achieve this state of connection because the frequencies have precisely the power to balance the polarities of masculine with the feminine and clean the system of nadis and chakras within the body.


There is another reason that explains the importance of sound in this ritual: the focus of Maithuna is the realization that we are a body of energy that is not limited to the boundaries of our physical body, and that all that exists is a plot energy without interruption, and that the best experience of fusion that we can access has a energy and vibration nature.


The vibrations of the Bija Sounds are a great vehicle to create an energy bridge between the two souls and for experience the Eternal Embrace of Shiva and Shakti.


Maithuna is an alchemy that comes at the culmination of a journey that requires spiritual maturity, absolute purity of mind, knowledge and experience in Yantra, mantra, japa, pranayama, asanas, bandha, chakra, and Mother Kundalini's energy. There are very few people who can access to the secrets of this ritual, and can be started only by couples who are ready to walk along this path of spiritual growth.


The techniques can be easily integrated into daily relationship with their partner, and contribute to the expansion of consciousness to a new way of life rich in intimacy, joy, and freedom.


Maithuna as practiced in Para Tan is a ritual of worship through sound in which the two partners will honor each other from a condition of equal value and dignity. The purpose is not the pursuit of pleasure or self gratification but the sharing of love. The practice awakens the consciousness that the dance of opposites releases a lot of energy, the spark that gives rise to life, and wakes up the ability to be constantly connected to this inexhaustible creative source.

Like in a single breath, dresses of great beauty, the two partners become the universe together.

Namaste.
Francesca Krim

 

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