Tantra’s light and love can fill meditation practitioners’ hearts. An inner state of nothingness will transform their chakra systems into vessels that transmit spiritual energy (shakti). The practitioner accepts their place in life’s mandala and they’re conscious that every person lives at the center of creation. The air they breathe expands their hearts and helps them to embrace the wonder of things. There are no longer sacred shrines and holy places to visit and worship, because life, itself, teaches that there’s nowhere more sacred than the very place where they are.
Their life is full of wonder, gratitude, simplicity and they can see past a veil of illusion that blinds most people.
The taste of tea or water is a miracle; each breath is a miracle…the food they eat, the clothing they wear, the bed they sleep in…it’s all a manifestation of gifts from God. They’re even grateful for problems that force them to transcend obstacles within themselves. Practitioners are grateful for God’s myriad masks made manifest in daily living. Their life is full of wonder, gratitude, simplicity and they can see past a veil of illusion that blinds most people. Each day, they get closer to being fully realized human beings…
(To be continued…)