e-HoD of TANTRA SPIRITUAL STUDIES
TantraShiromani Dr. Vishwajit Vishwasi
BIGGEST e-HUB OF INNOVATIVE TANTRIC PROGRAMS/COURSES
MVIVVU aims to propagate Tantra knowledge by adopting modern digital method of education. Large number of innovative and unique Tantra centered courses has been designed to restore the aims and objective of ancient Tantra universities.
According to Katyayana: "Tantra is the co-occurrence of actions''. That is to say, it is an organisation of behavioural acts, a synthesis—exactly what Yoga means. Ayurveda makes use of the word 'tantra' in the sense of 'body', and another word 'yantra in the sense of its machinery. Body is a collection of organs (angas), an organization of forces (dhatus, doshas and malas), and a pattern of becoming. Even in its extended sense, 'yantra' means a geometrical pattern, a synthesis of lines and 'seed-letters', a total representation. And 'mantra' likewise is an organization of sound-systems such as letters and words with some uncommon potency, namely a magic formula. Tantra technically is a process of relating the unusual patterns (yantra) with uncommon formulae (mantra). Basic to both these patterns and formulae is the belief that the human body is the ground where they operate. Yantras are merely extensions or externalizations of the forces imagined as working within the individual; and Mantras are in the nature of concretizations or formalizations of the vibrations occurring within. Tantra refers to the common field wherein these forces and vibrations operate, viz., the body, not the gross physical body alone, but the 'dummy' body unseen though elaborate, and effective though invisible.That the body we can see and touch contains within it a dummy body we can neither see nor touch is a very ancient thought, common to most people in the world. The Tantra ideology developed this thought into an internal dynamics, a sort of psychical energetics within the individual. Thus the individual context became significant in the Tantrik tradition: instincts, impulses, aspirations and inhibitions of the individual were sought to be so organized that they functioned effectively, purposefully and unitarily. By such reorganization of the internal forces one not only overcomes the natural limitations but heightens the natural efficiency. The actions involved in this organization or reintegration are the 'rituals', symbolic and suggestive. This pattern of actions corresponding to the pattern of the inner field-forces is what is meant by Tantra: and the yoking of actions to the field-force within is Yoga. The two expressions, Tantra and Yoga, emerged from the same source, and are meaningful in the same context.
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[Honorary Doctorate in Tantra BrahmaVidya]
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(Honorary Doctorate in Tantra Spiritualism)
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