What the book is about
This book is the follow-up of “Tantra Vol.I, The Whispering Transmission” (2010), in which the author reveals the depth of Tantra by telling the authentic story of a young Tibetan woman named Pema and her partner Chandra. Their journey continues in this book, as they follow a river in India upstream to its source in Tibet. Along the banks of this river they encounter several Masters from different Tantra lineages who share with them their wisdom and offer some unpredictable situations, mysterious initiations and precious Tantra practices. The story sheds important understandings on some of the burning topics exposed by the Path of Tantra through its practices, such as desire, sex, death, birth, illusion, enlightenment, creation force, time…
The book contains
- The vibrant story of meetings with Masters from different Tantra lineages
- A guide to Tantric meditation practice, illustrated with full-page color photos.
- Pictures, artwork, surprises and love…
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You can order the book online here.
About Pema Gitama
Tantra became her path and way of life in 1999 when her Tantric Master Leela, from the Kaula of the Heart lineage, revealed herself to her and started sharing secret tantric methods, which Pema has been exploring and transmitting ever since. She then became appointed as the “Mama” of the Kaula and given the responsibility to preserve, enrich and share its precious wisdom with mankind. To this end, in 2011 she founded WildTantra, through which she offers a totally new dimension of Tantra connected to the wisdom of ancient rituals, initiations and methods from the Masters of the Kaula of the Heart of All, such as Leela, Arya, and Noor…
Her unique way of transmitting Tantra carries a great deal of wildness, love, sharpness and an unpredictable sense of humour, which add a freshness to the intensive retreats she shares around the globe through WildTantra.
She is the author of the following books
To know more about her work visit her website
Change of name
On 12 January 2015 in Peru, after an intense breakthrough experience, Gitama decided to once again assume the Tibetan name she was given when starting on the Path of Tantra a long time ago: Pema, meaning lotus; a beautiful symbol of growth. For some time, she will keep Gitama as her second name as this is the name by which she became known, and people still use this name when referring to her. By and by it will disappear by itself and only a lotus will be left…
A Look Inside the Book...
“My dear lovers,
wake up from your dream into reality.
Open the eyes of your heart.
They need to shed many tears of joy, of gratitude.
Do not let them fall dry,
as their dryness will become
a desert in your soul and
there is nothing more painful
than a dry soul.”
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Copyright Photos © 2022 by Arjun Roodink