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The tune was so familiar. Maybe you will find it to be sweet as well. So send them along to me! That translation used the Sanskrit text of Yoni Tantra edited by J. Schoeterman and published by Manohar in But there is an excellent introduction dealing with the texts he used and other topics relating to Kulachara2.

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The Truth is that these three are one and a realization of it is called Adesha. Under this, a sadhaka should meditate on himself as being one with Tarini, as bright as the rising sun, the utmost sphere of light, in a place surrounded by beautiful maidens with fans and bells, wafted by a gentle breeze bearing the odour of scent and incense - Tara is quite well known to the West through Her Tibetan manifestations, but some are unaware of the important position She occupies in the Hindu tantrik pantheon.

She is the second of the ten Mahavidyas. The other aspects are Vishnu and Mahesh -- all three symbolised in the three heads patron guru of the Natha tradition. Some have attempted to separate the Hindu Tara from the Tibetan Tara, but there is little doubt that She is the same Devi. Here Tara takes her form as Kurukulla. Nilasarasvati gives as the fruit of worshipping Her poesy and eloquence.

This, aside from clearly relating Nilasarasvati to White Sarasvati, also points to this Goddess being the Shakti of the Letters of the Alphabet, the shakti She has an important role in Tantrik cosmology because mantra, words, music are considered to be the very source of the cosmos. This has been expressed in a Tantrik form, but, practically speaking, it is sufficient to say that much hypnosis Maya comes about via the medium of words.

Millions of people have lost their lives through this power. Thus Her power and place in the Tantrik pantheon is quite justified, and Her mantra is described as a Siddha-Vidya, the cause of Maya and Englamouring. Bhairava states that this tantra is the secret of all secrets and revealing it will cause lack of sccess. It protects against all misfortunes and its specific virtue is that through it a person can become a miracle worker.

It is the king of all tantras and is the core of the quintessence. Bhairava summarises its contents, which include daily worship puja , the king of mantras, the rules of puja and preparation of its mantra, optional and occasional rites, the secrets of magical restraint, the rules of Kumari puja, hymns, meditations, how to become eloquent, rites of sacrifice homa , the attainment of poesy, the secret sadhana, the secret mantra, alchemy, preparation of miraculous ashes bhasma and everything related to the six magical acts satkarma.

Firstly, Bhairava deals with the Devi Tarini, which he says is a siddha vidya, causing Maya and englamouring. This vidya is said to be the heart of Nila Sarasvati. Its appliction is the attainment of poesy. It is to be pronounced facing north and meditated on as being like a lotus fibre extending from the base of the spine to the 1, petal lotus, like ten million fires, suns and moons.

Next the rules of bathing in the morning are described. Again, a sadhaka should face north, visualising the guru in the 1, petal lotus. Offering must be given to the rising sun. Then the or twilight mantra of Tarini should be pronounced, which is given as Tarayai vidmahe mahograyai dhimahi tanno devi prachodayat. Chapter Two This covers the daily puja of Nila Sarasvati, in the usual way. It should be done in isolated places including cremation grounds, hills and forests.

This puja also appears in the , translated as part of the Chapter Three Describes initiation and the characteristics of guru and disciple, as well as the right times for performing diksha initiation. Chapter Four Contains a description of purashcharana, the method of preparing a mantra so that it becomes successful.

Chapter Five Optional rites are the topic of this chapter, as well as the pithas or sacred spots. Kamarupa, where the yoni of the goddess fell after being sliced into fifty parts, is the most important. Chapter Six Covers Kumari Puja, the worship of a maiden. This is preceded by an offering to jackals, implying that the rite takes place in the cremation ground shmashana.

As in , there is reference to the eight Kula trees, which must also receive their share of worship. A day is the same as a year. Wine must be used when worshipping Kalika but has to be purified first, because Shukra placed it under a curse. Chapter Seven Covers the satkarma, or six magical acts, as well as worship of the kumaris. A most interesting section deals with Maha China Krama, which is, essentially left hand tantra vamachara.

In this, there is no need for external worship. All can be performed mentally. There are no rules as to the time the puja should be performed, no rules about the place, no need for preparation. The conjunction of yoni and lingam is the essence of the rite. During intercourse, the partners should mentally recite the Tara mantra. It should be performed in the cremation ground. Chapter Eight Describes the yantra of Tara see above. In the centre she and Mahakala are in sexual union.

The yantra should be engraved on copper, smeared with kundagola and svayambhu flowers menstrual blood and scents including camphor. The practitioner meditates in the heart on Tarini and then draws her, by vital breath, using a flower, into the centre of the yantra. She is then considered to be present in the yantra and various offerings upacharas are dedicated to her and to her attendants in the different parts.

Chapter Nine Heroic worship is the subject of this chapter, which I have translated on the site. Chapter Ten Continues the subject of the previous chapter and expands on Lata Sadhana creeper sadhana , a synonym for sexual worship. Chapter Twelve The origin of Tarini is the subject of the chapter.

She was created by Mahakali to destroy the demons and bring the gods back to their former position. Chapter Thirteen This chapter covers the worship of Mahakali and has been translated in full in Chapter Fourteen Kamakhya and tripura worship.

The devi Kamakhya dwells at Kamarupa and has a yantra wherein the receive 64 yogini honour. Chapter Fifteen A geographical chapter describing mountains, streams and springs sacred to the worship of various devis and devas. Chapter Sixteen This chapter outlines the specific festivals of Tara and the things to be done during the twelve solar months, as well as the kinds of offerings which please the goddess. Chapter Seventeen Outlines and continues details about worshipping Kali. Her favourite time is on the fourteenth day of the dark moon in the month of Kartik, when she should be worshipped at night.

The dhyana meditation image of Kali is described with details of the types of pits in which to do homa. This chapter also gives puja details of Sandhya Twilight Devi. Chapter Eighteen The thousand names of Tara.

Chapter Nineteen The armour and the secret mantra of Tara are described. Chapter Twenty The hundred names of Tara. Chapter Twenty-One A most interesting chapter which deals with alchemy. Copper and lead can be turned into gold. Adepts can create a powerful, magical ash which creates miracles. The chapter also describes the divya celestial , vira heroic and pashu beast-like characteristics of tantrik practitioners.

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The Truth is that these three are one and a realization of it is called Adesha. Under this, a sadhaka should meditate on himself as being one with Tarini, as bright as the rising sun, the utmost sphere of light, in a place surrounded by beautiful maidens with fans and bells, wafted by a gentle breeze bearing the odour of scent and incense - Tara is quite well known to the West through Her Tibetan manifestations, but some are unaware of the important position She occupies in the Hindu tantrik pantheon. She is the second of the ten Mahavidyas. The other aspects are Vishnu and Mahesh -- all three symbolised in the three heads patron guru of the Natha tradition. Some have attempted to separate the Hindu Tara from the Tibetan Tara, but there is little doubt that She is the same Devi. Here Tara takes her form as Kurukulla.

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None of this material may be reproduced, apart from purely personal use, without the express permission of the Webmaster Web pages designed by Mike Magee. The U. Main Site at www. Under this, a sadhaka should meditate on himself as being one with Tarini, as bright as the rising sun, the utmost sphere of light, in a place surrounded by beautiful maidens with fans and bells, wafted by a gentle breeze bearing the odour of scent and incense - Todala Tantra, IV Tara is quite well known to the West through Her Tibetan manifestations, but some are unaware of the important position She occupies in the Hindu tantrik pantheon. She is the second of the ten Mahavidyas. The other aspects are Vishnu and Mahesh -- all three symbolised in the three heads of Lord Dattatreya , patron guru of the Natha tradition. Some have attempted to separate the Hindu Tara from the Tibetan Tara, but there is little doubt that She is the same Devi.

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Gods and goddesses to whom these places are sacred are mentioned in the text together with the details of their worship. Be the first to review this item Amazon Bestsellers Rank: Bronze and wood statues, books and apparel. As they camped there, his son was bitten by a poisonous snake and he died instantly. Chapter 12 The origin of Tarini is the subject of the chapter.

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