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Release oppressive mental tensions and welcome harmony through the ancient tradition of tantra.
Instructor: SandeepLanguage: English
Peace, bliss, harmony. Who can experience these states? Nowadays most of us are struggling with our mental state. Influenced by our conditionings and overwhelmed by the pressures of day-to-day living in today's increasingly stressful society, most of us are full of mental tensions, which manifest as anxiety, nervousness, guilt, fear, obsessions, and sometimes, as phobias. Some of us turn to drugs, alcohol, shopping, or superficial relationships as a temporary means of escape and solace. Some seek help from psychiatrists or psychotherapists to try to cope. If you observe, all of us are looking for some form of change; a little relief from the inner conflicts and suffering. We want to feel at ease with oneself and experience, if not bliss, just a speck of peace and contentment. As humans we enjoy happy thoughts and tend to push away sad or morbid thoughts. This push results in suppression of thoughts. Suppression causes mental blocks over time. The suppressed thoughts remain in the subconscious mind and become the source of inner conflict and suffering. This course will enable you to release these oppressive mental tensions and become your own psychotherapists in the process using tantra. Tantra is an ancient tradition that encompasses every aspect of life, to achieve ultimate freedom. The word "tantra" is derived from two root words: "tan", which means to expand consciousness, and "tra", meaning "a medium". Once you have expanded your consciousness, this paves the path for inner peace. There are many techniques in tantra and one of the technique is Antar Mauna, which is a beautiful tantric process that directly works at the mind level. There are many misconceptions regarding tantra, but per the tradition, expansion of the consciousness using various endeavours in the life is the goal. Antar Mouna literally translates to inner peace. Peace which is attained not by suppression of an inner experience, but after harmonizing the activities of the conscious, subconscious, and unconscious mind.