Tantra is an invisible transmission passing like a thread from the master to the disciple weaving its way down through the centuries.
This refreshingly fresh and spontaneous book unravels the secrets of the sacred art of Tantra. It helps us to contact our inner being in a direst way removing what is preventing the flow of life energy that naturally brings us bliss creativity joy and mediation .
Ma Krishna Radha (Camilla Luglio) was born in Naples, Italy. Since adolescence her rebellious spirit made her refuse the comfortable bourgeois lifestyle she had been born into and start her spiritual pilgrimage looking for the ultimate experience of enlightenment.
In 1974 she arrived in India to the Ashram of the enlightened master Bhagwan shree rajnessh (Osho) and became his discipline.
For sixteen years she lived and worked in Osho’s physical presence. She became the medium in energy darshan mystical transmission between master and disciple. The experience that she acquired from her master became the root of her teaching.
She has worked in the Osho multiversity in pune for years and she is the founder of Tantralife the name given to her work.
When writing about their own lives people tend to distort the truth to some extent and present themselves in a on finishing this book what touched me first was the way the author showed no hesitation in openly sharing with us the spiritual ad struggles she went through on entering a life of spiritual search. As I read her words I felt the restlessness and anguish she went through at that time and I believe that this is the vital element which is found lacking in mist literature today.
On looking back most memories tend to she sweet but this book contains no such fantasies. The author leaves every single drop of sweetness bitterness longing and memory as it is with no distortion as she vividly describes the raw and rugged texture of reality. She is a bundle of courage as she cuts herself open spilling herself out honestly and truthfully. She appears to be a warrior who has no fear of reveling all right down to her guts and yet there is a tender motherly kindness in her approach to sharing her experiences with others.
The author when young was a person with an intense and wild nature yet she soon began to reveal a warm soft light form within. As she passes through fire burning and stumbling on her way she truly becomes a teacher one who is bale to touch others.
Essentially Tantra must be sought individually for it is not something that can be taught understanding this the author has simply illustrated her experience honestly and truthfully in order to communicate them to others.
I express my deepest respect for her courage in sharing her precious experience with us in this way.
Here and now having lived this kind of life you learn one basic lesson there is only one thing in the world that does not change and that is change.
A few years ago I started this book and in the process of writing editing and translating it in different languages. I went back to read it many times. It wasn’t the typical writer’s syndrome about perfection that whatever had been written again but the clear feeling that whatever had been written wasn’t valid any more and looked like something ever so static and for that very reason untrue.
One of the meanings of the name Radha is a river the river of consciousness flowing back to the source.
That constant feeling of change is the same as you get when you put your foot in the river and as Heraclites said you can never step in the same river twice with Osho I learned that you can never step in the same river even once!
This Radha River has been moving living experimenting experiencing loving at time understandings and getting it that river moving back to the source to again losing it and groping in the dark.
But one thing has been the light and one of the keys that the beloved master Osho so clearly handed over to me and that is this too will pass!
That life keeps moving and that the only time it gets dark is when you try to fix it! Yes understanding this means losing every kind of ground or root and letting the river of life carry you. It’s scary dangerous but in my experiences the only truth!
It’s not a biography as it might appear but a few drops of that river water about to disappear into the morning sun.
Enjoy it and if you let is encourage you to take a deeper dip in the river of life and love!
Send as free online greeting card
Email a Friend