Tantra Yoga is a spiritual path of self-realization that originated in India. It is a blend of different practices, including yoga, meditation, and ritual. The word “tantra” means “weaving” or “expansion.” The goal of Tantra Yoga is to unite the individual self with the divine consciousness through the expansion of consciousness.
Tantra Yoga is based on the concept of Kundalini, a latent energy that resides at the base of the spine. The practice involves awakening this energy and guiding it up through the chakras to the crown of the head, where it unites with the universal consciousness.
Tantra Yoga also emphasizes the use of ritual, including the use of symbols and mantras, to connect with the divine. The practice involves working with the body, mind, and spirit to achieve a state of enlightenment.
There are many different schools of Tantra Yoga, each with its own unique approach and practices. Some of the most well-known practices include Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, and Kriya Yoga.