In this video, Osho reminds us, with his usual sense of humor, that joy is the only possible answer!
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Pornography is definitely not the answer, but Tantra is also helpful in a situation like the one we’re living in now. Here is what Radha thinks about selfpleasuring and the Meditation she suggests to transform self-eroticism into a meditation to expand our sexual energy...
Radha, Tantra and Meditation Teacher tells us how, during her years in Pune, in the Osho Commune, through an unusual practice suggested by the Master, she succeeded for the first time in opening up so totally to her sexual energy to be able to expand the orgasmic sensation throughout her body and not just during the sexual act …
Orgasm can be a very nourishing experience, both for the body and the spirit: according to Tantra, it’s only through this experience that we can discover something about ourselves that goes beyond ourselves. But what can we do when orgasm is missing?
When we are in the present moment, on the contrary, we expand and we are open to the mystery and to the juiciness of existence. In this meditation from Vigyan Bhairav Tantra, Osho invites us to expand the “lotus of our heart” through the senses, touching our beloved, or in touch with music, with a flower or with a tree…
From the bedroom to relationships, love is a considerable challenge, it confronts us with beauty as well as the limits, it makes us experience ecstasy as well as the hell of the judgments of the mind. Tantra can be a truly revolutionary tool in love, in sex, in relationships.It is an alchemy that can completely transform ourselves and our way of being with each other, and its secret is meditation.
That is possible only for a person who does not take life for granted, who moves deep into the quality of being alive and becomes existential, authentic. Love is for the person who accepts death here and now and does not postpone it. Then between these two a beautiful phenomenon arises: the river of love.
Tantra says we are already complete, that each one of us is both a man and a woman and that the partners we meet are only mirrors in which we learn to recognize and love our inner man or woman. But what does it mean exactly that the other is a mirror? And how does this mirror work?