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Yantra Yoga – Union through Mystical Geometry

Yantra Yoga – Union through Mystical Geometry

Yantra Yoga  By Swami Ayyappa Giri Purohit-Acharya, Yogini Ashram, California USA Article Published During Sacred Navaratri, 2016   Then Shiva Mahadev spoke to Parvati, “O Devi, Because it restrains suffering due to desires, anger and karma, it is called Yantra. The Goddess who is worshipped within it, offers Grace to the Tantric”            Kularnava Tantra The academic scholar of Indic studies, might believe that a yantra is an art form and a psychological symbol which addresses the worshippers…

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Mantra Yoga – Mystic’s Union through Sacred Sound

Mantra Yoga – Mystic’s Union through Sacred Sound

Mantra Yoga By Swami Ayyappa Giri, Acharya, Yogini Ashram, Norwalk Ca.  Article Published on the Full Moon, 21 May, 2016   Sound lies at the heart of all matter. Mantra Yoga is Divine sound.  Everything in the universe vibrates, and except for the vacuum of space, vibration generates the transmission of sound as well. We learn in Yoga that sound emerging from the God essence is indeed the Word of God. Divine vibrations produced by the voice of a soul…

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Enigma of the Tantric Mothers: Darshan of the 64 Yogini Goddesses

Enigma of the Tantric Mothers: Darshan of the 64 Yogini Goddesses

64 Yogini Goddesses By Swami Ayyappa Giri, Tantracharya, Yogini Ashram  Published on the Sacred New Moon & Winter Solstice 2014 “Sixty and four are the instruments of enjoyments that tempt the individual soul (jiva). Sixty and four are the divisions (kalas) within jiva; Sixty and four are the chambers of jiva’s chakras; Sixty and four; where Shiva-Shakti reside.“ Thirumandiram V. 1418   The Sacred 64 Yogini Goddesses An examination of the ancient Tantric tradition reveals a particular sanctity assigned to…

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Pilgrimage to Kamakya Temple: The Great Yoni Temple of Assam

Pilgrimage to Kamakya Temple: The Great Yoni Temple of Assam

Kamakya Temple – The Greatest Vortex of Shakti Energy By Swami Ayyappa Giri, Tantracharya, Yogini Ashram, Norwalk Ca. Article First Posted on New Moon, 25 Aug 2014 Festival time at the Kamakhya Temple draws a variety of tantrics and tantric clans (kulas) from the region, many clad in crimson and black. Pilgrims and shakti devotees of every stripe arrive mostly from India’s northeast frontier and West Bengal. Souls from throughout India are mixed with a sprinkling of tantrics and Shakti devotees…

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