Discovered Tantra at 21, finished my own journey in it around 2002.
Started teaching a few close students with a clear calling to the path of the Dakini.
Three of them now (2008) are teachers in their own right. They teach in private sessions, groups and workshops.
They fulfill and make available the "refuge" (practical spiritual support) of the Dakini, one of the traditional necessities of Tantric practice.
The Dakinis of the school work with sincere Tantrikas (practitioners) to teach them, by direct and intimate personal experience.
The way true, living Tantra has always been taught. The only way it can be taught is in one way or another illegal in most of the world.
South Africa's constitution is friendly to us. We do not need to compromise principles, render our practice impotent, or dilute the richness of the secret teachings to avoid criminalisation.
A Dakini, a Sky Dancer is, as one of her attributes, a master-level practitioner of Tantric meditation techniques. A Dakini of this school works directly with her students towards their transcendence, teaching the hidden (necessarily experiential) lessons, however that needs to look.
This reality of true and completeTantra, alive and accessible to western minds and bodies, practiced in totality, and legally permisaable, practical and possible to visit and experience ... this, I think is seriously NEWS!
that which stands between you and your transcendence
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