Another sumptuous recipe from the raw kitchen of Jenny and Robin Littman. You won’t believe how tasty this sweet treat is without any added sugars!
Sarita loves to answer your questions, so if there’s something you’d like her advice on, please email her and let her know if you are happy for it to be published (you can remain anonymous). Here she answers questions on: embracing life.
Susan Shraddha Redgrave (pictured) explains how attending the Tantra Meditation Retreat inspired her to create a MA in Personal Development that embraces the mind, body and spirit
From the Vigyan Bhairav Tantra: “Each thing is perceived through knowing. The self shines in space through knowing. Perceive one being as knower and known.”
Sarita talks frankly about misconceptions about Tantra, the roots of Tantra in India, how it spread to other countries and created other lineages, and how Tantra is in the world today.
Sarita loves to answer your questions, so if there’s something you’d like her advice on, please email her and let her know if you are happy for it to be published (you can remain anonymous). Here she answers a question on: walking the spiritual path
Sarita says: “India has given us Tantra Meditation, Ayurveda, Yoga and so much more. It has also produced some of the most amazingly delicious vegetarian food on the planet.
Tantra Team member Chintan shares his knowledge about Gorakhnath (pictured), one of the Tantra masters of ancient India and an Osho quote on the unique, mystical nature of India.
From the Vigyan Bhairav Tantra: “Before desire and before knowing, how can I say I am? Consider. Dissolve in the beauty.”
This is one of the essential methods for lovers and explores the balance of the right and left hemispheres of the brain, representing our Yin and Yang sides.