Tantra Yoga Exercise And Its Importance

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Tantra Yoga Exercise is a highly advanced form of exercise, which is focused on the attainment of mental and spiritual power. It is sometimes called “The Yoke of Power” (Tantra Yoga Jnana), a reference to the Yoga master Kripaluayan. The term “Tantra” means “tea” in Sanskrit, hence “Yoga for the Tea Tree”. A tantra yoga exercise consists of a series of breathing and meditation techniques that are designed to facilitate a deeper understanding of the spiritual practice of Yoga.

Tantra Yoga Exercise

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Tantra Yoga is also known as “the dance of life” (Sadhana). The basic technique consists of several asanas or positions, each linked with chakras (chakra is a term used to indicate the energy centers in the body). This dance is meant to unite the body, mind, and spirit. In order to attain better knowledge of the tantra techniques, you must seek a qualified tantra teacher. However, this article will provide an explanation of tantra yoga exercise through the use of a short video demonstration.

In this tantric technique, two yoga sticks (or yoga sticks) are placed one at each end of a long metal pole, which is commonly adorned with a jewel encrusted head. The metal pole is then pushed into a folded blanket. The video demonstration begins with the woman (or man) sitting on top of the folded blanket, while inside the blanket, a jeweled yoga band (which is a small bag) is placed on the top of the metal stick. Both sticks are gently pushed together at the sides of the bag and the woman and man gently inhale and exhale while their bodies are drawn deeply into the folds of the bag.

An experienced tantric yoga exercise video demonstration would show the man slowly pushing the jeweled stick down deeper into the folds of the bag while the woman holds it there. The woman now relaxes her entire body while maintaining her gaze on the jeweled stick. With slight pressure, the woman slowly pulls the band away from the stick, while the man pulls the band tighter once again. This particular tantric yoga exercise is known as the “fourth tantra step”.

Benefits Of Yoga

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This tantric technique has several advantages. It can awaken a limited tantric energy because breath held tantra involves a very slow and meditative breathing process. This creates a profound state of consciousness as the consciousness of the body and the mind sink deep into the subconscious. As this process occurs, the mind becomes receptive to the higher spiritual evolution occurring within it – tantra.

To awaken your kundalini energy, you must also pay attention to the movements of your sexual energy. The sex energy (sexual energy) arises and departs from the male (kundalini) in the form of kundalini shakti. It is believed that tantra yoga allows for more direct and prolonged exposure of the kundalini shakti so that it can generate greater sex energy. When the sexual energy reaches its peak, it is believed to travel through the entire body until it touches the crown chakra, where it is believed to slough off into nothingness. However, you can direct and cultivate this sexual energy – or kundalini – for tantric yoga sessions and personal growth purposes.

Different Poses Of Tantric Technique

This tantric technique is also known as the “power of the bow” or “power of the serpent”. It utilizes a specific sequence of poses (eight in number) that is designed to create an opening in the chakras and set the sexual energy free to flow freely. The sequence of eight is often referred to as the “eight limbs”. It is believed that the first of the eight limbs – the shakti – is actually responsible for generating and maintaining kriya. This means that once the shaft has been acquired and mastered, kriya can be maintained and increased. Achieving the final limb – the prana – is believed to assist in maintaining kriya and achieving heightened physical, emotional and spiritual well being.

The term “bandha” in this tantric technique is actually an allusion to the word “bandha” (tissue) and refers to the discipline of keeping the body, mind and breath in perfect balance. The word “bandha” comes from the Sanskrit language meaning “contiguity”. In tantric philosophy, the chakras are believed to be connected with a “contigency” of energy, which is why the act of regulating energy in the chakras is referred to as bands.


It is believed that when the chakras are out of balance, energy is not allowed to flow properly through the body. This results in discomfort and illness in the physical body as well as emotional, mental and spiritual problems.

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