TANTRA SOUND SESSION
Although, here in the West, the meaning of tantra is much too often synonymous with sex and sexual yoga, in the Buddhist tradition—particularly Tibetan Buddhism, tantra has nothing to do with sex—at least not from the physical aspect of sexual relationships.
In fact, Tantra represents the interconnecting energies between all things in this and other planes of existence.
The etymology of “tantra” comes from the combination of two words “tattva” and “mantra”. “Tattva” is the science of cosmic principles, while “mantra” refers to the science of mystic sound and vibrations. In the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition, tantra is sometimes referred to as “Secret Mantra”, as`Secret’ indicates that these methods should be practiced privately. `Mantra’ means `protection for the mind’ and utilizes sacred mystic sounds and vibrations to do this. So, the Secret Mantra enables us to progress swiftly through the stages of the spiritual path by protecting our mind against ordinary conceptions through the use of sound.
Tantra is a tradition, a path, and spiritual lifestyle, offering powerful tools to transform your consciousness, directing it consciously non-ordinary states. Tantra is an alchemy of the soul focused on continual healing in the awareness of enlightenment, a process of liberation from suffering and the negative influences of the past, into a state of spiritually awakened vibrancy in the present moment
Using music and sound in combination with Tantric exercises like circular energy breathing, the person or couple can re-establish the natural flow of vital energy, interconnecting their biological rhythms, unifying the vibration between themselves into a loving harmonious flow.
This Tantra Sound Session is emphasizing the science of sound healing for relationships and personal growth and can be carried out with couples or individuals.
Deva did 7 years of intensive tantra training by Osho in Italy and India.
7 Gongs, 152, 96, 85, 76, 60, 55 and 35 cm
Gong bell plates, 21 peaces, 3 octaves
Crystal Bowls, 7 peaces, 50, 45, 40, 35, 30 and 20 cm
Tibetan bells, 21 peaces, from 60 to 5 cm
Additional music instruments such as a: quena, native or bansuri flute, shruti, Tambura, Japanese koto, Ocarina, bamboo & clay flute, ocean drum, sound effect, hand pan and Conch also known as a “seashell horn” or “shell trumpet”, glass xylophone.
Full session: more than 50 instruments 1:30 hours
Short session: more than 30 instruments 0:45 hour