Tag: parvati

  • Tantrayana – The Vehicle of Refinement (36)

    Tantrayana – The Vehicle of Refinement (36)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Today we will consider what the tantric vehicle of teachings is in the lineage called the Light of Himavanti. The word ‘TANTRA’ in a first approximation means ‘getting rid of primitiveness’. Tantric teachings are attributed to the female line of teaching in the yoga tradition, and therefore have their source…

  • SHIVA – The Founder and Owner of all Yoga and Tantra

    SHIVA – The Founder and Owner of all Yoga and Tantra

    Shiva (śiva, ziva) aka Mahadeva, Yogeshvara, Bholenath or Nataraja; in Sanskrit: शिव Śiva, meaning „auspicious one” is a major Vedic, Himalayan and Hindu deity, and is the destroyer of evil or transformer among the Trimurti, the Hindu Trinity of the primary aspects of the divine. Shiva is a yogi who has notice of everything that…

  • The Son of God: Subramanya, Skanda, Kārttikeya, Sanatkumāra – The Shambala King, Pleiadian Head Master

    The Son of God: Subramanya, Skanda, Kārttikeya, Sanatkumāra – The Shambala King, Pleiadian Head Master

    (1) Sanatkumāra (Sanatkumara) is God’s Son, the Son of Śiva and Śakti, God and Goddess, and He represents the highest state to which a spiritual aspirant can evolve. He is said to have been born of Śiva from Pārvatî Śakti to destroy the evil demon Tārakāsura. Before conceiving Him, even these heavenly Parents of the World had…

  • Om Namaśśivaya – Glory to the Graceful One (53)

    Om Namaśśivaya – Glory to the Graceful One (53)

    Om Namah Śivāya – Glory to the Grace, Śiva, Lord and Teacher of the worlds of men and angels. Glory be to the Destroyer of all error, sin and threefold selfishness (physical, mental and spiritual Ego). Glory be to the Person of the Holy Spirit, the One who grants countless charismatic graces, Lord of Yogis,…

  • The Ancient School of Yogis (38)

    The Ancient School of Yogis (38)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The term Himavanti is the feminine form of the word Himavant or Himavat, which is used firstly to describe the massif of the highest mountains in the world, the Himalayas, and secondly to define the Spirit of Wisdom of these mountains. It is understood that Himavat means the mountain range…