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Quotes by Margot Anand

  1. “The beauty and wisdom of Tantra is that it enhances sexuality as a doorway to the “ecstatic mind of great bliss”. Truly, at the peak of orgasm, we pierce through the illusion of fragmentation and separation, and glimpse the unity and interconnectedness of all beings. And through the other–our partner–we fall in love with life.”
  2. “Surrender is an essential aspect of the learning process in Tantra.”
  3. “Tantra enables one to overcome feelings of separation and create a sense of union.”
  4. “The word surrender has significant roots, in which ‘render’ has the meaning to melt and ‘sur’ means super or highest. In other words, the true meaning of surrender is to melt into that which is higher than yourself.”
  5. “Tantra relaxes the body, opens the heart and brings the mind into clear focus.”
  6. “SkyDancing is the ancient metaphor for the ability to achieve ecstatic states.”
  7. “True surrender is a conscious choice made from free will. It means opening your heart and trusting the person you are with.”
  8. “When practiced with a partner, Tantra contributes to healthy, loving relationships.”
  9. “Tantric path teaches us to embrace and unify the ordinary, the erotic, and the sacred dimensions of life, all of which have their roots in Spirit.”
  10. “You stand exactly in the middle, poised between heaven and earth, a human conductor for the energy that seeks to flow between these two polarities.”
  11. “Tantra arose in rebellion against the repressive orthodoxy of the Hindu priesthood, the Brahmins – especially against the idea that one had to be celibate to gain enlightenment.”
  12. “You are the alchemist, who can invoke and channel the energy that pulsates above you, who can bring it down to earth and, in so doing, give it shape and form in accordance with your will and your intention.”
  13. “You have the power to make manifest that which is not yet visible, to create that which is still unborn.”
  14. “We are a wounded culture living in an anti-ecstatic conspiracy.”
  15. “Tantra acknowledges that sex is at the root of life and that to make human sexuality and erotic union a form or worship and meditation is to practice reverence for life, leading us directly through the pleasure of the sense to spiritual liberation.”
  16. “I have travelled from Europe to America with people who were directors of churches, of parishes, of Jesuit organisations. They have said to me, ‘There is nothing in the church that trains a young novice to handle the boiling hormones and the sexual energy that awakens in them when they come to adolescence. Nothing…and so we are perfectly miserable.’
  17. “Those who cannot channel their energy to higher levels of consciousness, of higher chakras, so to speak, are prisoners of a kind of an addiction, an obsession, and that is why priests are becoming pedophiles.”
  18. “The saturation of pornographic sex that is everywhere available, dulling the senses and turning the sexual act into a merely physical encounter, is in dire need of an antidote.”
  19. “SkyDancing Tantra is the ability to integrate these ecstatic states into your sexuality, so that love can be experienced as a flow, a joyful celebration, a healing meditation.”
  20. “I realized the light of spirit and I knew that sexuality was going to be my path of awakening as a woman. That was my revelation the very first time I made love.”
  21. “Ecstasy is already within you. You do not have to look for it outside.”
  22. “Many people mistakenly believe that Tantra is a spiritual bastardization of sexual therapy, an excuse to indulge in sexual games or orgies, an addiction to hours of sexual orgasms. Nothing could be farther from the truth.”
  23. “Tantra challenges the belief promoted by most spiritual and religious paths that we must suppress or transcend out sexuality to practice meditation or awaken our Spirit.”
  24. “As a therapist, I knew that the process of healing emotional wounds by focusing on the past to find their source was limited. Although it can bring about healing, it all too often promotes a fascination with the problematic.”
  25. “I realized that existential or psychological pain was actually the absence of ecstasy. It was the outcome of being cut off from the source of one’s being, the source of life.”


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