tantra masters

How Do I Become a Tantra Master?

Tantra Masters are trained and certified by the World Association of Tantra Professionals. Please visit that site for membership, training, and certification information.

This web site is devoted to the biographies and life work of those Tantra Master Teachers certified by the World Association of Tantra Professionals. These Tantra Masters serve as teachers, mentors, and consultants to the World Association.

Many Tantra professionals focus on the sexual aspects of Tantra and are more "technique" based. Tantra Masters certified by the World Association of Tantra Professionals focus on the Tantric lifestyle and how it relates to all phases of the human lifespan.

Tantra is not about sex, it is about life. It happens that within the lifespan of the human being, sex is very important for intimacy, relationship, and procreation, even recreation for many. Tantra Masters approach this topic with openness, honesty, and an essential perspective, rather than the conditioned and learned responses ingrained from societies fear of sexuality and sexual issues.


Tantra Master Teachers

The practice and study of Tantra is whatever it is that the individual needs to recognize the unity of sensuality and spirituality. It is as simple as that. If you remove the religious trappings, the rites and rituals that may or may not be relevant to this time or this culture, and the jargon, this is how Tantra is defined.

Certified Tantra Masters are proficient in the sensual arts and the application of the teachings of Reiki, The Tao Te Ching, as well as Hindu, Christian, Buddhist, Advaita Vedanta, and the Sufi. One of he basic tenets of Tantra is that these "paths" are really all the same. The practice of Tantra begins to show the illusory nature of the separations.

The insights and understandings of the intricate relationship between sexuality and spirituality are rooted in a life in the present moment reality.

Tantra suggests embracing the present moment in gratitude and being cognizant of the many escapes of suppression, manipulation, deception, as well as projection, identification, condemnation, and justification.

The subtleties of these escapes are expressions of the ego and its adherence to the linear and dualistic program based in the seven aspects of that program. These aspects are known as lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy, and pride. Cleverly disguised as virtues, these seven aspects are the characteristics of life outside of the present moment awareness.

To contact a Tantra Master Teacher or find out more about becoming a Tantra Master, visit the Seattle based temple web site: Seattle Tantra