There’s a myth that exists in the world that Tantra is only about sex.
Here you will find the truth.
Tantra is an ancient practice that some believe dates back to the ancient civilization of Lemuria and then landed in Tibet and India, nearby coasts. The Sanskrit word adeptly teaches us what Tantra is. Tan, the first part of the word, means union or weaving together. Tra, in Sanskrit, simply means tools.
Put together the translation teaches us that Tantra is a set of tools and techniques that supports us in experiencing and knowing the union, or Oneness, of all that exists.
Tantra is a way of be-ing whereby consciousness is raised, peak experiences happen because of how high your vibration is and awakening is the overall intention.
So why do people only think of sex when they think of Tantra?
Well, you could blame that on some celebrities that “saw the light” when they practiced Tantra but I’ll say that because being awake in relationship and loving consciously, and opened up energetically, can definitely bring your orgasm to new heights! But it’s not the goal. It’s a choice.
Your inner work begins with your own spirituality. And as you move towards healing your inner child and parts that are wounded, you may then reach new heights outside of yourself if you choose.