Many individuals buying a tantric massage find it is confusing to see so many websites appearing when they Google for the term'Tantric Massage'- and that a number of these sites are not that different from escort sites... with photos of naked or topless beauties who should probably be in Playboy Magazine.
It appears that a number of these pretty girls and agencies who've decided to market themselves as tantric masseuses are using the fact that there is no real qualification for tantric massage - since in reality, tantric massage is itself a misnomer, and tantra has nothing related to massage anyway. But they could think that using the term'tantric'will somehow cause them to become sound more'legitimate.' They throw around terms like'chakras ','kundalini'etc. by having an obvious not enough understanding of what they're talking about. Among the latest fads I have observed is'tantric bondage'- the mind truly boggles. I have nothing against anyone doing whatever turns them on, but to label these activities as'tantric'is really a joke.www.cheap-london-escorts-agency.com
I have not been a great fan of Osho, but he did write well and listed here is a quote from one of his articles, which will be quite appropriate: There is a basic fallacy that human beings belong to: they find a tiny truth and as opposed to discover the entire, the residual part, they imagine to fill the gap... they are able to manage to make a system, but the residual part is simply their invention... sexual energy... should really be transformed into higher forms. It is a truth. But what happened is that they never went very deep into meditation; meditation remained just secondary. And man's sexuality shows itself so powerfully that in the name of tantra it became simply sexual orgy. Without meditation that would happen. Meditation should have now been the most primary thing because that will transform the energy, but that became secondary. And lots of people who have been sexually... repressed, joined the tantra school. They were the people who brought all their perversions and all their repressions.
They were not enthusiastic about any transformation, they certainly were interested only in getting rid of their repressions; their interest was basically sexual... unless meditation moves into first place, it'll always happen that in tantra people will undoubtedly be doing all kinds of perversions... and with a great name, they will not feel that they are doing anything wrong; they will feel they're doing something religious, something spiritual... that's what most of the therapists are doing... And the so-called therapists enjoy the amount of money that they bring. They've nothing to lose, they simply allow freedom... First people should really be introduced to meditation and then they should be introduced to tantra methods. This is simply not tantra. Tantra methods are totally different. These people that are doing tantra, they do not know anything about tantra.'
One important facet of Tantra is respect for the Goddess. And by Goddess, I do not mean a masseuse clothed in a sexy dress,or posing topless and calling herself a Goddess. Interestingly, I have now been reading about the various theories on the'lost years'in the life of Jesus - and one theory is that he spent time travelling in India, and stayed in the region of what's now the Hemis monastery, which is really a Buddhist monastery in Ladakh. It's said that a scroll of his teachings was kept hidden for the reason that area and then found and translated... this could or may not be true, but I discovered the language on respect for ladies in that text, much like the fundamental understanding of the respect for the Goddess in tantric teachings in India: