What is Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga?

Note that there are no sexual activities in our courses as they are based on Indian Traditional Kundalini Tantra Yoga and not on new age Western Tantra.

What is Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga?

It is the Inner Yoga of Ancient India, the Yoga of Awareness & Presence to awaken the Kundalini shakti

The secret of absolute freedom!

Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga is a unique philosophy that differs from Hatha Yoga, Neo Western Tantra or Western Kundalini Yoga. It is the only philosophy in the world that is not male chauvinistic and doesn’t discriminate between any nationality, class, color, gender and religion. It has evolved very differently in a non-dualistic environment and passed orally from generation to generation. This type of yoga cannot be found through self-claimed scholars or theirs books and it is not a commodity that you can buy. It is a heart to heart connection and a direct perspective of free mind.

Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga is only for those who are not looking to convert themselves from one belief system to another. This is not a spiritual romantic escape or an academic trap to get lost in translations, but a key to dissolve self-inflicted sorrow and to celebrate our uniqueness beyond all comparisons. Bliss is our true nature and Tantra Yoga give us the tools to decode it in order to live a joyful and fulfilled life amidst all the turmoil of life. When there is love in the heart then one never need to look for it in any form. Understanding of ones love is important in all the relationships. Life exists through relationships and without love there is no healthy relationship. Holistic relationships are the foundation of a healthy society. Transforming oneself is the key to transform the world because we are the world.

Kundalini Tantra yoga is the spiritual science to expand our joyful consciousness which became limited because of our self centered way of living in our own box and that is the cause of unhappiness.

An obedient mind is a mechanical mind that can easily be exploited through false hopes of future. A healthy doubting, skeptical and critical mind is a free mind because it doesn’t want to follow or obey blindly.

A healthy loving mind is a mind that is inquiring into his own patterns and conditionings and taking full responsibility without playing blaming games. A free mind flows with deep trust and love beyond borrowed self-image or ego put together cunningly out of greed and fear.

How it helps to awaken the Kundalini and Chakras?

Tantra is a Eastern philosophy and scientific technology to awaken the Kundalini through activating the Chakras and Prana. The practice of Tantra provides systematic knowledge that builds awareness on all levels, which is essential for the awakening of Kundalini. As Kundalini awakens, it destroys all the karmas, patterns, traumas, enabling individuals to live in communion with life in the moment blissfully. Traditional Tantra deals directly with the Kundalini Shakti and helps to prepare the seekers to understand the psychology of Chakras, energies, mind, feelings, and its connection to reality. Read more about Kundalini Yoga.

Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga is a golden secret key to the absolute freedom and Love. It is the Essence of all Asiatic Tantric Mysticism.

To live a life of abundance, it is essential to release old egos and emotions in order to blossom fresh intelligence. Shedding unnecessary burdens is vital to climbing high on the mountains of life. True spirituality does not conform to any pattern imposed by oneself or others but transcends all patterns, both spiritual and worldly.

Mukta Tantra Yoga is authentically using a Traditional Kundalini Tantra Yoga of Tantric Asanas, Traditional Tantric Kundalini, Tantric Chakras, Mantras, Tantric Meditations, Tantric Breath, Secrets of Shaktis, Femininity, Bandhas, Prana, Sounds, Vibrations, Light, Prana, Elements, Energies, Soma and Recognition to remain present in the moment and reflect our true nature without the interference of conditioned mind. We are using our body, mind & senses to express our true freedom (also called Pure Consciousness by Shiva) and to unlock the bliss of life, which is also called Kundalini Shakti in Tantra. Tantra opens the heart to untap the essence of love and joy. A life without love has no colors, and love is the soul of living moment to moment with our fellow beings. A healthy society is born through healthy loving beings. Love knows no sufferings, jealousy or hate. It trusts life as it comes with open arms and flows in the mystery of life joyfully.

To understand and freeing these energies, we use practical philosophy inspired by the Essence of Traditional Tantra also called Kashmiri Shaivism, Shaktism, Agama, Trika or Himalayan Tantra, Bhairva Tantra, the essence of The Heart Of Shiva.

“Following someone who is still seeking or practicing is the surest way to get lost.”

– Guru Vasistha

Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga supports self-awareness born out of direct observation. Awareness makes us present to face daily life as it comes and responding with the fresh intelligence of the moment. Love and awareness is synonymous in Tantra yoga.

Mukta isn’t here to be your guru, but rather an inspirational guide on your journey of self-inquiry and self-discovery. Through Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga courses in India, we support individuals to see directly in their own light, beyond their former selves, and free themselves from dependencies on fake gurus, just bookish knowledge, and self-proclaimed scholars.

Traditions and cultures are there to evolve creatively, and not to get used or obsessed by them. They are the echoes of truth which modern scholars are trying to intellectualize. We are the truth, just start expressing it with no excuses to seek for it. Welcome to Mukta Tantra Yoga to vitalize your senses in order to manifest your truth.

Truth is not a monopoly of any lineage but rather the essence of a rebellious heart that dares to break through all the traditional lineage of the past to express truth freshly and to use tradition rightly. Only lies are repeatable not the truth because the truth is always fresh and always needs to come upon freshly.

Following Tantra is not a goal, rather understanding oneself is true Tantra. Traditional Tantra reflects the experience of Asiatic Mystics who have expressed their true freedom. It can become just an inspiration to taste our own freedom.

‘Mukta‘ means ‘free’ or liberated.

Tantra‘ is a science to crack the code of our true nature (pure consciousness, bliss; freedom, Love). It is eternal and always free from body, mind and feelings. There is no goal to achieve rather experiencing the true bliss of life which is already there.

There is no Road to Freedom. You are it. All roads lead us away from our true nature. Until our true nature is manifested biologically, psychologically & emotionally, it remains simply an idea but life is not an idea. It is a vibrant reality in the here and now.

Mukta Tantra Yoga embodies the essence of different yoga types such as Trika Yoga, Shiva Yoga, Shakti Yoga, Quantum Yoga, Prana Yoga, Tantric Yin Yoga, Yin Yang Yoga, Uchhara Yoga, Tattva Yoga, Soma Yoga, Consciousness Yoga.

Tantra Yoga teaches us total acceptance of oneself and others in order to merge with the oneness of life.

What is the difference between Tantra Yoga and Modern Hatha Yoga?

Traditional Tantra Yoga and modern Hatha Yoga have vastly different practical implications. Mukta Tantra Yoga, in particular, has evolved in a non-dualistic manner that emphasizes the interconnectedness of all things. While modern Hatha Yoga tends to focus on achieving self-centered goals through the body, mind, and senses, Traditional Tantra Yoga seeks to align the individual with universal consciousness and promote spiritual enlightenment.

By awakening the Kundalini energy and integrating the body, mind, and spirit through practices such as Tantric yoga, meditation, mantra, visualization, and psychology of freedom, Tantra Yoga helps practitioners transcend dualistic thinking and merge their consciousness with the divine.

The goal of Traditional Tantra Yoga is not just physical alignment, but also spiritual alignment and connection with the divine essence that underlies all existence. It encourages practitioners to embrace their journey with an open heart and mind, and to see every experience as an opportunity for growth and self-discovery. Through the practices of Tantra Yoga, individuals can awaken to their true nature and realize the boundless potential of their spiritual essence.

Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga employs a radically different approach to yoga poses, focusing on poses of awareness that help practitioners connect with their true nature beyond the limitations of the body, mind, breath, chakras, and senses. Rather than seeking happiness or freedom externally or internally, Mukta Tantra Yoga invites practitioners to embrace the present moment and awaken to the pure consciousness that is already present within them.

By integrating the body, mind, and senses in a non-dualistic manner, Mukta Tantra Yoga fosters a deep sense of freedom and spiritual fulfillment that extends to all aspects of life. It encourages practitioners to see every experience as an opportunity for growth and self-discovery, and to embrace their unique journey with an open heart and mind.

Mukta Tantra Yoga awakens us to the inherent freedom that already exists within us, which often gets obscured by the distractions of the outer and inner worlds. Unlike other spiritual practices that may encourage us to escape from the world, Mukta Tantra Yoga embraces all aspects of life without the need for any kind of escape. This practice does not advocate blind adherence to any particular system, guru, or ideology. Rather, it supports free awareness that arises from direct observation and is not self-centered.

Through this awareness, we become present to face daily life with the fresh intelligence of the moment. In essence, Mukta Tantra Yoga enables us to see the world as it truly is, and to respond to it in a way that is authentic, compassionate, and in alignment with our true nature. By connecting us to our innermost selves, this practice allows us to transcend the limitations of the ego and experience the vastness of the universe in all its wonder and beauty.

Tantra Yoga teaches us the secrets of femininity which is love, acceptance, surrender, sensitivity and to let go our male chauvinistic intellectual mind, which have taught us wrong comparisons, competitions and judgements. Hatha Yoga is a male oriented path based on will and on becoming something better in the future, and Tantra Yoga says we are already pure consciousness, just start unfolding it on all the levels beyond all limitations put by so called conservative systems.

Tantra Yoga is a profound spiritual path that encourages self-inquiry and introspection to bring about healing and transformation. By delving deeply into our own mind, emotions, and patterns of thought, we can uncover the root causes of our suffering and begin to dissolve them through the powerful practices of Tantra Yoga. As we release our attachments to pain and confusion, we open ourselves up to a life of greater fulfillment, joy, and freedom. Tantra Yoga offers a path of profound transformation and healing for those who are willing to undertake the journey with an open heart and a commitment to inner growth.

Traditional Mukta Tantra Yoga Vs Sexually inspired Tantra/Neo-Tantra?

Spiritualized and romanticized sex is often marketed as a means to temporarily escape from the suffering and isolation caused by our self-centeredness. However, true love is not a mere skill or technique that can be learned, but rather an art that arises spontaneously from deep intimacy. Attempting to make love without true intimacy is akin to engaging in prostitution, which can lead to various physical and emotional problems. Rather than depending on others for love and transformation, Mukta Tantra Yoga seeks to help individuals uncover their innate capacity for love and freedom, which can then be shared naturally in everyday life. When we have love in our hearts, we do not need to seek it in others, nor do we need to search for happiness and freedom.

Love is not limited to one person, but rather it is an all-encompassing feeling that transcends individual boundaries. When we limit our love to one person, it becomes a form of desire or lust, and mistaking this for love can lead to suffering. Mukta Tantra Yoga teaches us to be free from emotional, physical, and mental dependence on others, so that we can experience true love without any shadow of suffering. True love is not a relation between two isolated egos, but rather it is a meeting of two freedoms that naturally occurs when the ego dissolves. Love is not an idea that can be learned like a skill, but rather it is our true nature – what Shiva refers to as pure consciousness. When all ideas and concepts disappear, only love remains.

In this interview, Mukta takes us through the understanding of our mind, love and the “path” to inner peace.

Interview by Anne Durmaz, one of our students, March 2022 TTC in Southern France (in English from 0:50′)

Mystics Vs Modern Scholars & Intellectuals

The path of a scholar or intellectual seeking truth through books is distinct from that of a Mystic who lives in truth. The scholars may gain knowledge from the of books, but the mystics embody truth and wisdom flows naturally from them like nectar. Those who thirst for true knowledge can only find it beyond academic learning. It is not merely the techniques that transform a person, but the Truth itself that does the transformation.

The Mystics alone possess the ability to truly decode the ancient wisdom, having unlocked it within themselves through direct experience.

While scholars may engage in endless analysis and interpretation of knowledge, lacking true self-realization, they often rely solely on their intellect, which can sometimes distort and mislead others for their ego-driven motives. True knowledge is not mere guesswork but rather a direct knowing.

All of the ancient wisdom comes from the experiences of the Mystics, who inspire us to embrace the mystery of life. Efforts to demystify often stem from fear, as people seek to avoid confronting the unknown, and instead seek temporary relief by turning to books, scholars, and teachers.

Western Psychology Vs Eastern Psychology

Western psychology is individualistic and relies on analysis that involves delving into past memories to find solutions, yet the trauma of those memories often remains unresolved. Eastern psychology, in contrast, emphasizes the holistic and interdependent nature of human beings. It values harmony, social relationships, and the well-being of the community. Eastern psychology approaches the mind differently, emphasizing observing the present moment with fresh awareness and transcending all memories.

According to Indian Mysticism, we are not merely our memories, but pure consciousness that is inherently free. To experience this freedom, we must release all attachment to our unwanted memories and suffering.

Eastern wisdom offers guidance on cultivating awareness and true consciousness. Tantra Yoga provides essential tools for developing awareness on multiple levels. Intellectual analysis keeps us locked in partial thinking that leads to more thinking and does not offer true solutions for living freely.

A silent mind is essential for experiencing the fullness of the present moment and the pure vibrations of love. Tantra Yoga is centered around the unity of life because we are all connected, and ego-driven divisions must be relinquished to return to our true home.

Trust Vs Doubt

The doubting mind is often associated with masculinity, while trust is seen as feminine. In doubt-oriented societies, the emphasis is on intellect, control, competition, and analysis, which can lead to a lack of peace and ease. On the other hand, trust-oriented societies focus on feelings, love, surrender, acceptance, and intimacy, which can lead to a more blissful and fulfilling existence. While the doubting mind is useful for creating mechanical things like machines and structures, it is not as helpful when it comes to experiencing the fullness of life.

For centuries, masculine societies have dominated and oppressed feminine cultures, but this is starting to change as people realize the importance of holistic growth and uniqueness. A feminine culture nourishes and supports individuals, allowing them to grow and flourish without the need for comparison or competition. In fact, embracing differences and recognizing the unique qualities of every individual is central to Indian Mysticism. Trying to be like others only leads to a waste of life.

Tantra teaches us to trust in the multi-dimensional nature of life and embrace all its colors. While science uses doubt to understand the mysteries of life, Tantra teaches us trust in life in its totality without demystifying it. Rather than analyzing and dissecting life, we are encouraged to connect with the soul of all things, recognizing that everything is interconnected and vibrating with life and love.

How does it work?

Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga goes beyond mere physical Asanas and their alignment. It is all about being present and aware in each moment, whatever we may be doing. True alignment is found through awareness, which doesn’t rely on following any particular system, guru, or seeking something in the future. Instead, it involves opening up all the senses to fully experience life as it unfolds in the present, free from self-imposed limitations. This approach encompasses all aspects of life, equipping us to meet the challenges of our daily lives.

The practice combines Traditional Tantric Asanas, Kundalini, Chakras, Tantric Breathwork, Mantras (the Science of Sounds), Vibrations, Energies, Bandhas, Prana, Visualization and Direct Seeing. By bypassing the conditioned mind, we can express our innate freedom and manifest our true nature, which lies beyond all likes and dislikes.

Trying to fit into a self-centered society is a sure way to lose touch with our true selves. Only those who have dropped out or are deemed misfits can see beyond the illusions of conventional norms. The key is to be oneself, rather than conforming to others’ expectations. Dropouts are often misunderstood by the masses, but they are in fact an essential aspect of our society’s evolution.

Awareness is not a practice, for we are it. The key is to not escape from it, but rather to fully embrace it.

In essence, Mukta Tantra Yoga is not a means of gaining or achieving freedom in the future. Rather, it is a path of expressing the freedom that is already within us.

How has it evolved?

Mukta, the founder of Mukta Tantra Yoga, has devoted his life to exploring various spiritual systems and philosophies around the world. After practical experimentation, he recognized that many of these systems aim to conform individuals to a rigid set of beliefs without allowing for questioning or doubt, and often prioritize financial gain over authentic support. Rather than fitting individuals into predetermined spiritual molds, true spiritual systems should serve to support the unique journey of each individual.

Mukta Kundalini Tantra Yoga, which emphasizes direct perception and presence in the present moment, can be used to cultivate physical, mental, and emotional sustainability in daily life. By connecting with our true nature, inner order arises and naturally leads to harmony and creativity in our external lives. With Mukta Tantra Yoga, Mukta aims to inspire individuals to discover their own light and connect with the joy and creativity of an orderly and harmonious life.

“A mind inquiring into oneself is a truly spiritual mind. Only a spiritual mind can trust and love life in all its colours.”

– Mukta

How can it help us?

Throughout the training/retreat, we use different Tantric postures of presence & awareness ,Tantric Meditations, Mantras, Tantric Breaths, Tantric Philosophy, Secrets of Shaktism and Self-Inquiry to awaken the intelligence and ….

  • Activate Chakras and awaken Kundalini Shakti
  • Unlock the mind for abundance in various areas of life
  • Learn to let go and embrace femininity for unconditional love and inner gentleness
  • Purify and vitalize body, nervous system, and senses
  • Activate the Third Eye for clairvoyance and raise consciousness
  • Heal past traumas and rewire the brain for a shift in perception
  • Reduce stress and cure psychosomatic diseases
  • Dissolve negative emotional patterns, dependencies, and false ego
  • Improve cognitive skills for true intelligence and creativity
  • Understand holistic living and interdependence of life
  • Live freely and spontaneously in a chaotic world
  • Master energies and elements within oneself
  • Secrets of intimacy for a fulfilling love life
  • Create reality through Quantum Vibrations
  • Redesign the matrix of life to flow with the cosmic life matrix.

Mukta Tantra Yoga is about using Eastern Wisdom and Tradition to modify the nature and behavior of matter and energy on the atomic level to manifest our true nature in daily life. By understanding and using the essence of Traditional Tantra Yoga and Indian Mysticism, we can live a relaxed and harmonious life.

The teachings of Mukta Tantra Yoga encourage choice-less awareness in the moment, using the senses to experience life in all its colors, and becoming aware of the mind to support our true nature rather than trying to control it. Mukta Tantra Yoga aligns with modern scientific discoveries in Quantum Physics and Neuroscience, which confirm the experiences and knowledge documented by Tantric Mystics thousands of years ago.

Why we do all these practices if we already are what we are?

Our senses are sacred gifts that allow us to fully immerse ourselves in the beauty and richness of life. However, society often demands that we live in a limited and insensitive way, causing us to lose touch with our senses and vitality. This can lead us to chase false hopes of the future, rather than embracing the present moment. But by using certain tools, we can awaken our senses and reclaim our vitality, reflecting our true nature and facing life as it comes. The present moment is where true fulfillment lies, and by living fully in the present, we can experience the richness of life that surrounds us.

“Any effort to fulfil oneself through other is an escape from oneself.”

– Mukta

What is Eastern Wisdom?

Eastern wisdom refers to the profound knowledge, philosophies, and practical teachings that have emerged from ancient traditions rooted in various Eastern cultures, primarily in Asia. It encompasses a rich tapestry of wisdom passed down through generations, offering guidance on how to live a fulfilling, meaningful, and spiritually enriched life.

Originating from traditions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Jainism, Eastern wisdom provides valuable insights into the nature of reality, human existence, ethics, personal growth, and spiritual enlightenment.

Central to Eastern wisdom are the following principles:

  1. Mindfulness and Presence: Eastern wisdom emphasizes the cultivation of mindfulness and being fully present in the present moment. It encourages individuals to develop a heightened awareness of their thoughts, emotions, and experiences.
  2. Inner Exploration and Self-Discovery: Eastern wisdom invites individuals to embark on a journey of self-exploration and self-discovery. Through practices like introspection and self-reflection, one gains deeper insights into the nature of the self and the universe.
  3. Non-Attachment and Detachment: The teachings of Eastern wisdom often highlight the importance of non-attachment, letting go of desires, outcomes, and material possessions. By cultivating a state of detachment, individuals can experience inner peace and contentment.
  4. Unity and Interconnectedness: Eastern wisdom recognizes the interconnectedness of all beings and the unity of the universe. It underscores the understanding that everything is interdependent and interconnected.
  5. Compassion and Loving-Kindness: Central to Eastern wisdom is the value placed on compassion, empathy, and loving-kindness towards oneself and others. These qualities foster harmony, positive relationships, and the alleviation of suffering.
  6. Balance and Harmony: Eastern wisdom emphasizes the significance of achieving balance and harmony in all aspects of life—physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. It encourages individuals to seek equilibrium within themselves and their surroundings.
  7. Impermanence and Transience: Eastern wisdom acknowledges the transient nature of all phenomena. It teaches individuals to accept and embrace the ever-changing nature of life.
  8. Meditation and Contemplative Practices: Meditation and other contemplative practices are integral to Eastern wisdom traditions. These practices provide methods for cultivating inner peace, clarity, and spiritual insights.

Eastern wisdom is not confined to a singular religious or philosophical system. Instead, it encompasses a diverse range of perspectives and teachings. It offers practical guidance for personal growth, spiritual development, and the pursuit of a meaningful life in harmony with universal principles and values. By delving into Eastern wisdom, individuals are encouraged to explore the depths of their own being and find alignment within themselves and the world around them.

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