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Awakening the Shakti female femininity

In these modern times we live in the world around us has become very masculine as men and women both strive to succeed in their careers and lives. Femininity has been suppressed by this strive for power and control and although as women we possess both masculine (Shiva) and feminine (Shakti) energy it is important that we are able to fully embrace and accept this connection to Shakti and what it means to be a woman so we can embrace the feminine qualities it embodies. Shakti is a Sanskrit word meaning 'Power' or 'Energy' and every woman has the potential to fully engage and connection with this vibration yet as women sometimes we lack the self confidence or ability to fully realize this incredible power which is limit less that we naturally have within our beings. So what does it mean to connect with our Shakti? In simple terms to enjoy and embrace feeling feminine and being a woman,be open to developing love,compassion,empathy,nurturing and softness it is possible to h…

Awakening the Shiva male masculinity

From a very young age boys start to become fascinated with their bodies and in particular the Lingam! It is very important that a man develops a positive relationship with this organ as it plays a major part in developing male sexuality and is the gateway to not only pleasure for himself and others but personal attributes such as self confidence and well being through his childhood and into his adult life. Learning to understand and respect his Lingam plays an integral part in learning about and developing his masculinity and what defines him as a man. The word 'Shiva' comes from the Sanskrit meaning 'the auspicious one' and together with Brahma and Vishnu Shiva is one of the three supreme gods in Hinduism,the lord of destruction and reproduction. Just as the female Shakti is the power of creation,Shiva is needed to direct the Shakti energy and put things into action,therefore the typical masculine attributes of courage,strength and fortitude are all shivalic qualities…

7 Myths about Tantra

We all come from sex. It's the most natural thing in the world. So, why is this the last taboo? There is such an air of mystery surrounding Tantra, it can be as intimidating as it is alluring. But in truth, Tantra is not for the few—it's for the many and Tantra's only real secret is that there's nothing about it that should or needs to be kept hidden. Here are seven of the most common myths about Tantra and why you can now forget about them. It's time to bring this transformative practice into your bedroom and into your life. Myth 1: Tantra is all about marathon sessions of lovemaking. Truth: Length of time doesn't define a great sexual experience. You can have a Tantra quickie as well as a marathon session. Tantra is different from regular sex because it connects you in body, mind, and soul. Most sex only connects you in the body. Going the distance in being attentive to your partner's and your own needs is more important than the length of time you make love. …

The significance of the Shamanic Tree

From the beginning of time and creation man has relied on nature to exist,develop and survive and in shamanic cosmology the cosmic tree forms a unique connection to the human spirit. We only have to look at our own fingerprints to see the similarity between the rings on the trunk of a tree or too experience first hand as human beings how we thrive when we feel loved and cared for but when self love is lacking or we are declined of attention our health and well being is affected and starts to diminish.Well documented research has proven with positive energy and love plants will thrive and grow but when neglected they will start to wither and die,as fascinating as this is however the similarities do not end there.

  To survive we rely on our heart beating pumping blood to the essential organs of the body,just like us trees have a' heart beat' but only much slower as water is pumped every two hours up through the roots of the tree to nourish and feed the trunk and branches as it …