03 FACTS;-

1-The word "tantra" is derived from the combination of two words "tattva" and "mantra". "Tattva" means the science of cosmic principles, while "mantra" refers to the science of mystic sound and vibrations.

2-5 tattva (earth; water; fire: air: space ) + mantra=Tantra Tantra therefore is the application of cosmic sciences with a view to attain spiritual ascendancy. In another sense, tantra also means the scripture by which the light of knowledge is spread: 3-The religious attitude of the tantriks is fundamentally the same as that of the Vedic followers. It is believed that the tantra tradition is a part of the main Vedic tree. The more vigorous aspects of Vedic religion were continued and developed in the tantras. Generally tantriks worship either Goddess Shakti or Lord Shiva. WHAT IS THE TANTRIK APPROACH TO LIFE?-

02 FACTS;-- 1-Tantra itself means "to weave, to expand, and to spread", and according to tantrik masters, the fabric of life can provide true and ever-lasting fulfillment only when all the threads are woven according to the pattern designated by nature.

2-When we are born, life naturally forms itself around that pattern. But as we grow, our ignorance, desire, attachment, fear, and false images of others and ourselves tangle and tear the threads, disfiguring the fabric. Tantra "sadhana" or practice reweaves the fabric, and restores the original pattern. This path is systematic and comprehensive. TYPES & TERMINOLOGY;--

02 FACTS;- 1-There are 18 "Agamas", which are also referred to as Shiva tantras, and they are ritualistic in character. There are three distinct tantrik traditions - Dakshina, Vama and Madhyama.

2-They represent the three "shaktis" or powers of Shiva and are characterised by the three "gunas" or qualities - "sattva", "rajas" and "tamas". The Dakshina tradition, characterised by the "sattva" branch of tantra is essentially for good purpose. The Madhyama, characterised by "rajas" is of mixed nature, while the Vama, characterised by "tamas" is the most impure form of tantra WHAT IS THE MEANING OF AGHOR?--

04 FACTS;- 1-The literal meaning of Aghor (=A + ghor; A meaning not and ghor meaning terrible) is non-terrible, i.e., one which is simple.

2-What is alludes to is that spirituality is very straightforward indeed. It does not require any special knowledge, faith, worship or ritual. All it requires is inspiration, determination, perseverance and patience.

3-Contrary to the widespread belief among religious scholars and philosophers, Aghor is not a ‘tantric’ tradition. Aghor ‘sadhna’ does not depend on tantric activities.

4-In fact, Aghor is a state of “Shivattva” and an “Aughar” is an embodiment of “Shiva” who himself is the originator of ‘tantra’. In other words, an Aughar could be a source of tantra but he does not depend on it. WHAT IS THE FEAR OF TANTRA?-

06 FACTS;- 1-Many people still consider tantra to be full of obscenities and unfit for people of good taste. It is also often accused of being a kind of black magic. However, in reality, tantra is one of the most important Indian traditions, representing the practical aspect of the Vedic tradition.

2-The Atharva Veda is considered to be one of the prime tantrik scriptures. any of several books of esoteric doctrine regarding rituals, disciplines, meditation, etc., composed in the form of dialogues between Shiva and his Shakti . 3-The word “tantra” literally means a technique or a technology. This is an inner technology. These are subjective methods not objective methods. But in the current understanding in society, the word “tantra” refers to very unorthodox or socially unacceptable methods. It is just that certain aspects are used in a certain way. It is not any different from yoga. It is a limb of yoga called tantra yoga. 4-Unfortunately, there may be people who are attracted to such a path for the wrong reasons. They go because they want a spiritual sanction for their sexuality. Why do you want to bullshit yourself about spirituality? Handle your biology as biology, you do not have to give it other name.In ' mahanirvan tantra' Bholenath says-In this Kali Age,--there is no Pashu-bhava: Divya-bhava is difficult of attainment, but the practices relating to Vira-sadhana yield visible fruit . In this way he explains 3 category--- 4-1-Divya bhava(divine method-satoguni) 4-2-Vira bhava(rajoguni) 4-3-Pashu bhava (tamoguni) 5-shiv -shakti are known as Purusha and Prakriti. The word “Purush” is today commonly understood as “man,” but that is not what it means. Praktriti means “nature” or “creation.” Purush is that which is the source of creation. The source of creation was there, creation happened, and it fit perfectly well into the source of creation.

6-Ardhanarishvara is a symbolism of creation, , it also embodies the Prakriti and the Purusha, the feminine and masculine energies of the cosmos and also illustrates how Shakti, the Sacred Feminine, is inseparable from Shiva, the male principle of God. This form also symbolizes the all-pervasive, all-enduring nature of Lord Shiva,who provide facility to all. But keep in mind Pashu Bhav will lead you to Pashu; Vira Bhav will make you human being and Divya Bhav makes you God. ...SHIVOHAM.....