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Tantra: the Play of Awakening Paperback – September 19, 2012
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Shambhavi Sarasvati's principle training is in the View and practices of Trika Shaivism, the Tantrik tradition of North India, and the Dzogchen tradition of Tibet. She has been fortunate to have trained with several great teachers in these and other nondual traditions. She is the spiritual director of Jaya Kula, a nonprofit spiritual organization with centers in Portland, Maine and Portland, Oregon. Shambhavi communicates with heartfelt devotion in a clear and direct style, bringing relatable and practical wisdom from these ancient traditions to modern practitioners, seekers and the simply curious.
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Sarasvati's acute observations alongside her years of personal experience as a practitioner in Trika Shaivism and the Dzogchen tradition of Tibet provided me with a firm grasp on reality, the view and practices of Direct Realization Tantra. She speaks to the ways we as humans obfuscate ourselves from realizing our true nature as well as what frees us from our habitual limitations in a refreshingly direct, humourous and heartfelt manner. Her writings are delightfully inviting and when she speaks about what we notice as we begin to wake up, it is a nourishing drink of divine nectar for the practitioner.
This book is a touchstone. I found so much truth in this book and it is replete with moving bookmarks as I continue after a few years to work with various aspects in it.
Sarasvati uses plain language and personal stories from her own sadhana to provide direct, gentle advice about how to self realize. If you feel confused about your spiritual practice, if you want advice about how to deal with habitual patterns, or if you simply want to be more open to reality, now and in every moment - buy this book.