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shambhavi
26 December 2007, 03:59 PM
Hello, everyone, Precious Selves

I just learned of this discussion board. Many riches here! Feels very home-y.

I manage a couple of resource sites. One is Living Tantra (http://www.livingtantra.net/). It's a big site with lots of articles, basic practice instructions, books, Ayurveda, music, and so on. All geared toward those with an interest in authentic Tantrik traditions. (this is not a neo-tantra site)

The other is a page I just put up called the Anandamayi Ma Resource Portal (http://www.livingtantra.net/resources/anandamayi-ma-resource/).

I hope you find something useful there, as I am sure I will here!

In Ma's love,
Shambhavi

atanu
27 December 2007, 06:02 AM
Hello, everyone, Precious Selves

I just learned of this discussion board. Many riches here! Feels very home-y.

I manage a couple of resource sites. One is Living Tantra (http://www.livingtantra.net/). It's a big site with lots of articles, basic practice instructions, books, Ayurveda, music, and so on. All geared toward those with an interest in authentic Tantrik traditions. (this is not a neo-tantra site)

The other is a page I just put up called the Anandamayi Ma Resource Portal (http://www.livingtantra.net/resources/anandamayi-ma-resource/).

I hope you find something useful there, as I am sure I will here!

In Ma's love,
Shambhavi

Namaste Shambhavi,

Welcome. The links are indeed very useful.

Om

yajvan
27 December 2007, 09:32 PM
Hari Om
~~~~~

Hello, everyone, Precious Selves

I just learned of this discussion board. Many riches here! Feels very home-y.

Namaste Shambhavi,
a warm welcome... hoping you will find comfort here and be able to share some of Sri Anandamayi Ma's wisdom.

pranams,

shambhavi
27 December 2007, 10:58 PM
Hari Om
~~~~~
hoping you will ... be able to share some of Sri Anandamayi Ma's wisdom.

pranams,

Hello, Precious Self

Thanks. Anandamayi Ma's precise and profound words are often overlooked. I do hope to make them more available for contemplation and study. Her transmission is still very much alive, and her words are one, (just one) way to access this. I was "raised" in the tradition of Kashmir Shaivism. I read every book, every scripture I could find. I had great teachers, and still do. But for me, no teachings equal Hers.

In Ma's love,
Shambhavi