Refuge for the Unborn (14 – 20)

14. A Terton to His Beloved (C.W. 56, A Poet to His Beloved) I offer you in reverent mood my secrets and my treasure lore. Wild woman who by passion led entered a wave where moonlight stood and lingered on the terrace bed, to entertain divine delight. Dakini with the gaze of ore, with you […]

March 25th, 2009

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Refuge for the Unborn (7-13)

7. Two Kayas (C. W. 37 The Two Trees) Bodhi, bright essence in the heart under what tree will you realize the bliss known never to depart, diamond light upon your eyes? Nirmanakaya hues five-fold adorn your body, scintillate: this fact is certain to be told and turned into a huge debate. But let your […]

March 25th, 2009

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Refuge for the Unborn (1 – 6)

Refuge for the Unborn Yeats Converted: Vajrayana in Verse 1. The Tantrika and the Terton (C.W. 18, Fergus and the Druid) Tantrika. This whole eve I have ventured through a dream and seen you tracking forms among the stars: first, the knot in the cord between two whales, one leaping to Andromeda, the other diving […]

March 24th, 2009

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The Tantra of Tenderness (1)

Tantra is a way of heighten the experience of bliss that is natural to human beings and all sentient life, down to the molecular level. In Tantric sex you sink right into full-blown molecular bliss. This is also what happens in visionary trance induced by psychoactive plants, or medicine plants, when the practice is done correctly.

March 23rd, 2009

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Preface: Yeats Converted

In Tantra, the mystic lore of the winds, the rainbow body, and so forth, is the raw material for imaginative passions that liberate those who surrender to them. Ultimately, surrender answers to the beauty of its own intensity,

March 6th, 2009

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