“But love does not move unpredictably. It follows precise laws. Those laws are of a higher order than your current awareness reaches on planet earth. That is why you need our help. ”

The Kiss: Why Not to… and How to

By Shakti Malan | January 28, 2010

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news: Tantra doesn’t like kissing – or at least not kissing as it is generally done. Here I shall explain to you why, and then bring the good news: There are some potent alternatives.

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Tantra as described by Isabel Allende in Aphrodite

By Shakti Malan | July 12, 2009

I have been reading Isabel Allende’s Aphrodite – The food of love and the love of food. Much of the book is an exploration of aphrodisiacs – tantalizing and amusing reading. I was particularly touched by what this charming lady had to say about Tantra, and quote the paragraphs here as they deserve some discussion:

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Totality of a Tight Rope Walker

By Shakti Malan | May 8, 2009

May 8, 2009

In The Quiet Girl, Peter Hoeg’s main character Kasper Krone grew up with a mother who was a tight rope walker. She occasionally performed without a net, and on one of these occasions, she fell to her death. Kasper reflects on what he saw in her eyes on that fateful night.

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Integrating Masculine Feminine

By Shakti Malan | November 25, 2008

Question:
I have a question on the ´total integration´of the feminine and the masculine within. Do you experience that total integration within yourself ? – and how does that feel ? How do I know when that is happening ?

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