Founder: Maria João Sereno
Yab-yum (Tibetan literally,
"father-mother") is a common symbol in the Buddhist art of India, Bhutan, Nepal,
and Tibet representing the male deity in sexual union with his female consort.
Often the male deity is sitting in lotus position while his consort is sitting
in his lap.
The symbolism is associated with
Anuttarayoga tantra and, while there are various interpretations of the
symbolism in the twilight language, the male figure is usually linked to
compassion (karunā and skillful means (upāya-kauśalya), while the female
partner to 'insight'. The symbolism of union and sexual polarity is a
central teaching in Tantric Buddhism, especially in Tibet. The union is realised
by the practitioner as a mystical experience within one's own body.
healing and foreplay
Union of consciousness and
Wisdom and pure
Fuses the masculine and
feminine qualities within himself
Releases inner blocks and
Control sexual energy
longer and rejuvenating orgarms
You will receive 3 distant energy attunements by chi ball sent 7 days apart
and 1 emailed pdf manual.