The Philosophy Tantric Healing

Energy medicine is all about the interconnection of the elements and all things. In this course we will use the planetary deities to guide an exploration into the elements and into ourselves.

We will blend Ayurveda, Jyotish Philosophy and Classical Tantric philosophy in order to see more deeply into reality so that we may ourselves experience ultimate reality. This is the foundation of  healing with energy: the Self. .

No prior knowledge is needed for this course; though some might say it’s for advanced learners.

This course for mystics, yogis, astrologers, energy workers and healers . Participants will be introduced to the basic concepts of Tantra from Scriptural texts of Kashmiri Shaivism. We will learn mantras, meditation, pranayama, gem stone use, and way of diagnosing and prescribing  “spiritual” remedies.

“The city eight is the Sun, the Moon, the Fire & the five senses.” 

The ten classes will follow the planets as we consider the philosophical and esoteric energy that each represents. We will discuss mythology, scripture, ayurveda, and spiritual practice in order to impress upon us the beautiful  interconnectivity between each branch of knowledge and each part of ourselves.  Psychoanalysis agrees that that we are essentially a whole community of personalities that are in relationship with each other to make up the whole, which is our personality.

        • 10 classes
        • 20 hours of instruction
        • 5 hours one-to-one discussion.
        • 10 hand outs
        • At least 20 practices.
        • Self-practices & contemplations will be suggested for the time between classes.

This will be a somewhat advanced course, we will cover. a lot of ground philosophically as well as through the self-practice. I suspect my Indian followers will get as much out of it as my western followers.

PDF notes will be available for each class, however keen students may want to look into the following texts: The Spanda Trilogy: “Aphorisms of Shiva,” “Stanzas on Vibration,” & “Doctrine of Vibration.”  Plus, “The Tridactic Heart of Shiva,” “The Greatness of Saturn,” Abhinavagupta has a commentary of the “Bhagavad Gita.”


Course Outline

Class 1: The Ascendant. Here we will talk about the self, the basic elements, space, time and the cycles.

Class 2: The Sun. Intelligence, Perception & Awareness, the source of energy, prana, spirit, the Great Father, Prakasha, the projector.

Class 3: The Moon: The means of realisation, culture, self-reflection, Great Mother. Vimarsha,

Class 4: Mars: The body, physical therapy, agni, vision, to be embodied, the will power,

Class 5: Mercury: Movement, Rhetoric, numbers, the Grammarians: subject, object, verb. ,

Class  6: Venus: Taste, the arts, value, appreciation, possession, Bhakti Yoga

Class 7: Jupiter: Sound, hearing, vibration, theory, scripture, jnana yoga. .

Class 8: Saturn:  Responsibility, sacrifice, touch, ultimate reality, Shiva, Agama Karma, Karma yoga & Bhagavad Gita

Class 9: Rahu & Ketu: Outcaste from the City of Eight. Energy polarity, Electromagnetic Energy. Karma, past lives, future lives, Ghosts and the super natural

Class 10: The Void

Natural Healing, Astrology, Tantra, Mysticism