Meditation kundalini on TANTRIC YOGA AND THE TEXTS OF THE NATHA YOGIS In The Tantric Tradition A. Bharati writes, there is nothing in Buddhist and Hindu tantric philosophy which is not wholly contained in some non-tantric school of either it is on the ritualistic or contemplatively methodical side that differences arise. 17 Thus, what is distinctive about the tantric movement, according to Bharati, is not its doctrines but its development of novel techniques for spiritual transformation. To a large extent this is correct, although, as will be demonstrated below, there are some concepts in tantric yoga which, despite their arising in practical contexts, offer some radical departures from antecedent conceptions of humanity and its place in the universe. On the philosophical side, tantric schools, both Hindu and Buddhist, tend towards some kind of monistic ontology: the ultimate reality and the changing, phenomenal universe are viewed as one. They thus rejected the dualistic ontology of the classical Samkhya and Yoga schools. On the other hand, they did not emphasize the pole of the absolute to the detriment of the phenomenal, as did the Advaita Vedanta theologian Sankara. Meditation kundalini 2016.
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