Tantra is a path of Truth.
Of evolution through the knowledge of yourself, clarity about your programs and conditioning, deep heart-opening attitude and scary vulnerability.
Tantra is about welcoming your shadows to transcend them, challenging your ego and facing your biggest fears, so you become master of your life and reach true happiness.
My tantric path is made of necessary pain, blissful realizations, and brought me endless Love…
A Tantra is a divinely revealed body of teachings, explaining what is necessary and what is a hindrance in the practice of the worship of God; and also describing the specialized initiation and purification ceremonies that are the necessary prerequisites of Tantrik practice. These teachings are given to those qualified to pursue both the higher and lower aims of human existence. — Rama Kantha’s commentary on the Sardhatrisati-kalottara
If the goal of a practice is simply to improve one’s sex life, […] it cannot be called Tantra. If […] that goal is part of a practice in which it is consistentely subordinated to the goal of complete spiritual freedom and awakening to the true nature of reality, then it can be called Tantra. — Christopher Wallis, Tantra Illuminated, Boulder, Mattamayura Press, 2013 (2012), p. 29.