Beacon, NYUSA 12508
November 10, 2013
"When I was four years of age, I wandered into an empty chapel. All the grown ups were downstairs at a church supper, and I was exploring. I experienced the depth of the silence in front of that altar. It was a transcendent state, similar to meditation. Also, when I was four, my mother caught me rubbing up against the washing machine. I didn't quite understand what my parents found so upsetting about my behavior--after all, it felt pretty good to me. Both events have been huge influences in my life. I have spent much of my life seeking to recreate the first experience, and attempting to integrate the second."
Tantra is the weaving together. This path is not about God/ Divine/ Spirit as 'other.' This path is embodied. This path is spirituality in our daily lives. This path is living and this path is alive.
I like the Saturday meetings because we get a little more time to stretch into the kula, but can do an evening gathering as well.
Tantrika, BeeMarm, and yogi committed to living a sustainable life.