[ UK /tˈɑːntɹɐ/ ]
  1. any of a fairly recent class of Hindu or Buddhist religious literature concerned with ritual acts of body and speech and mind
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How To Use tantra In A Sentence

  • Here in the West, we have the fortunate karma to be receiving the great teachings of the highest tantra, distilled from hundreds of years of experience.
  • She says the eastern world draws her because "it gives the body the importance that is its due through the practice of yoga, tantra, and classical dance."
  • The Sanskrit word tantra comes from the same root that gives us the words 'intend', 'attend' and 'stretch'. Claire Missingham: Meditations on Real Life
  • He believes that people's attitudes to tantra are similar to those held about yoga before its surge in popularity.
  • This girl went to a nightclub called Tantra in Miami and didn't think she might get savaged by a roaming pack of rabid guidettes? Gawker
  • It was her conceit to infuse the Way of Ringess with the ancient secrets of the Tantra that she knew so well. THE BROKEN GOD
  • The bhagats, who live in stark seclusion from the rest of the village, are said to possess occult powers, which enable them to exercise metaphysical control acquired by years of yogic penance, tantra and tatrak vidya.
  • I think that book has very little to do with tantra (if it wasn't obvious).
  • In this way different levels of teachings were given, including the tantras, that may seem to contradict each other and may even seem to be in direct opposition to each other's propositions.
  • After participating in the Kumbha Mela, they went on a pilgrimage to various shrines, temples, and to yogis and sadhus, many of whom he had studied with while learning tantra, Ayurveda, occult teaching and yoga.
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