By Peter Marchand

Book : TANTRIC ADVAITA - energizing nonduality


Tantric Advaita

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Paperpack edition : ISBN: 9798764456997

Hardcover edition : ISBN: 9798766605355

182 pages

Date of Publishing : 3rd January 2022


‘You are that blissful Self-awareness beyond duality. You really ‘get that’, yet it is hard to keep feeling it. Tantric Advaita may be just what you need.’

Having discovered the beauty of Self-awareness, nonduality or Advaita becomes a way of pure being. Yet, life tends to produce its various emotions, which easily remove that blissful feeling of the Self. We can actually never lose the Self, as it is ever in our presence. However, when that particular feeling or energy of the Self is lost, pure beingness itself is perceived to be lost.

Tantric Advaita is the ancient knowledge on the nondual energy of the Self. It teaches us how to maintain full awareness of the Self, while simultaneously bringing our feeling closer to the bliss of the Self, energizing our nonduality practice. As we focus our awareness on itself, we harmonize our energy.

The most essential understanding in Tantric Advaita concerns the seeds or potentials that are hidden within the Self, from which the entire universe manifests. They are based on the ancient trinity of Sat-Chit-Ananda, from which the powers of Time, Space and Sound emerged. These seeds also offer us the principal energetic methods to regenerate the feeling of nonduality. They provide us with a unique insight into the origin of all Yogic and Tantric practice, at all times allowing us to retrace our way back to the Self.


Swami Asokananda, president of the Integral Yoga Institute of New York and chair of the Integral Yoga Global Network.
"’You will find wonderful guidance for achieving the highest spiritual understanding and bliss.”

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The entirety of the yogic tradition is revealed as originating from the Self, bridging the illusion of a gap between nonduality and other practices.

The practitioners of yoga postures, breath, mantra, or meditation should not be confused about whether all of that is helpful on the spiritual path, or just some distraction produced by the ego.