The Void Constant Feature of Consciousness

The Void “Śūnyatā” (Sanskrit noun from the adj. śūnya: “zero, nothing”) is usually translated as “emptiness“. It is the noun form of the adjective “śūnya” (Sanskrit) which means “empty” or “void”, hence “empti”-“ness” (-tā). It’s difficult for the reasoning mind to comprehend no-thing, or emptiness. The mind always wants to fill emptiness with something. However, Read More …

Manifesto for the Support of Women by Awakened Men

Men: Please affirm this manifesto with your comment (below) and share this with other men on social media and by email. In vulnerable circumstances and intimate relationships, the awakened male recognizes and honors: Women are equal in autonomy and consideration—not someone to use or take advantage of when she is in a vulnerable situation or Read More …

The Essence of Tantra

“Tantra” has an ancient lineage and has undergone many alterations and refinements over the centuries which have produced many different forms of this esoteric science. For many that practice Tantra, its essence is: self-knowledge and spiritual-expansion of the individual through intimate connection with the beloved. Through the mirror of the beloved, the Tantrika (aka Sadhaka Read More …