Bhairavanand Tantra Lineage With Guruji Maharaj
Guruji Maharaj, a master of Kundalini and authentic Traditional Tantra, has guided hundreds of Indian and western seekers through various sadhana processes to support their physical and spiritual wellbeing.
With his down to earth, approachable and humorous character he guides people selflessly.
Guruji has been guided by 67 Gurus from various mystical traditions over the past 4 decades.
His main practices follow the principles of Shaivism and the study of Tantra using: Mantra, Yantra, Yagna, Kriya and the Sanskar herbal purification process.
For some people, Guruji is a truly special person they only meet once…yet are touched deeply.
To others, he is their Guru.
The being whom they trust to guide them from untruth to truth.
Sharabh Tantra Yog – Advanced 300hr Teacher Training and Initiation
Starting 4th of Nov 2021 6 months Online
Ashram arrival dates to be confirmed for 2022
Sharabh Tantra Yoga is a system of Yoga that has been transmitted through the Bhairavanand Tantra lineage. It is an authentic and advanced system of Indian Yoga and Kriya. From the actual participation in this teacher training course the nadis and chakra system can be cleared at a very deep level so that teachers are authentically able to transmit toothers this science of Tantra Yoga from their own embodiment of the teachings.
Preserving Traditional Tantra
In an era where the word tantra is thrown around in many strange ways, it’s important to spread an authentic tantric path to those who are ready.
The tantric sciences are a deep and esoteric approach to life. Tantra has the power to change one’s energetic structure, allowing the divine to manifest in oneself in the form of awareness.
Using the rare knowledge of the tantric mantra sadhana, one is able to take a shortcut in evolution. This allows for a shorter and relatively effortless transformation into an instrument of the divine.
Mantra – Yantra – Yagna
A mantra is the sound form of a particular energy. Specific sounds, words or phrases are repeated.
By practicing the repetition of mantras and by verbalizing the sounds internally or externally, we commune with and invoke the beneficial energies specific to the mantras.
Mantra is an important tool used in many spiritual practices to generate the necessary energy to power a certain process.
The word ‘mantra’ is derived from two words – ‘manas’ meaning the cognitive mind, and ‘trai’ meaning to protect or free from. Hence mantra is a tool that can be used to become free from the mind.
Every sound has a form, and every form has a corresponding sound. Therefore, every mantra has a yantra, and every yantra has a corresponding mantra.
If you’re wanting to work with the energy of Tara, then you’ll create a geometry that holds the energy that’s poured into the Yantra. If you use the wrong geometry, the energy will simply slip away and will be useless in the process.
The yantra is a geometrical design which can be used as a tool for meditation and transformation of the internal energies.
Just as the sound of mantras can be used to transform your energy system, you can use Yantras to do the same.
Yantras can be empowered by invoking a mantra over the yantra, so that it becomes a living form of its particular energy.
That living form is often a particular aspect of the Goddess, such as Tara, Kali, or Saraswati.
Certain geometrical shapes are better than others in holding the energy that is poured into them.
By combining the use of the mantra with the yantra we can experience a true process of Tantra.
Tantric yagnas invoke energy, shakti.
If you have a dirty pot, you take a hosepipe and clean the pot with the water coming through the pipe.
Similarly, the tantric yagnas represent the flow of water in the pipe. We are the pots and the force of the water cleans us.
Energy is invoked in the yagnas, and flows through our vessel, purifying us.
Yagnas aim at uniting the individual mind with the cosmic mind through the flow of shakti.