A BOOK FOR THOSE WHO ARE CURIOUS ABOUT TANTRA, ASTROLOGY, SELF HEALING AND THE DEEP NATURE OF ORGASM. A HANDBOOK FOR THOSE WHO PURSUE TANTRIC REALISATION AND PLANETARY RECREATION AS A MISSION OR A PROFESSION
‘Cosmic Engineering And Orgasmic Continuum’ is the brainchild of Arun Webber, a software engineer and former student of Narayana Gurukulam from Bangalore. Arun is also the founder of the popular websites: eduladder.com and arunsyoga.in. Born into a family that has passed tantric knowledge down from generation to generation, he compiled this book based on knowledge he gained whilst traveling across India, as well as talking to diverse people across the globe.
The book is presented in the form of four dialogues with experts in their fields, namely Betsy B. Murphy, Dr Thomas Clough Daffern, Ben Lawson, and Jem Ayres. It concludes with four examples of tantric meditation techniques.
The first dialogue with Dr Thomas Clough Daffern, entitled, ‘Tantric Enlightenment In World Religions’ explores tantric influences on various philosophies including historical materialism, and suggests Mary Magdalene was the tantric consort of Jesus.
The second dialogue, with Betsy B Murphy, ‘Beyond Orgasm’, is also an open discussion. Betsy is a Hollywood filmmaker, born and raised in the United States, who has received much acclaim for her book, “An Autobiography of Orgasm”, which explores (tongue in cheek) how women are treated in the bedroom and why they resort to faking orgasms. Betsy has journeyed throughout India and Africa in search of orgasmic experiences and she shares her insights here into what is beyond orgasm and how one can achieve this.
The third discussion is with Ben Lawson, a tantric adult film maker and a sex worker. Ben’s work is motivated by his frustration with how modern day adult movies present human beings negatively in their bedroom practices. In this chapter, the discussion examines the feminine-oriented worshiping yantra – ‘kali yantra’ – and what it symbolizes and represents.
The book’s final discussion is with Jem Ayres – a sex coach based in the UK. Jem describes how she miraculously healed her body of lung cancer using the power of tantra.
The last section of the book outlines four tantric meditation techniques that can be used in everyday life for empowerment and healing.
Throughout the book, there are beautiful images of philosophers, various meditation techniques and a variety of tantric symbols, such as the biblical interpretation of the seed of life, the flower of life and the three dimensional kali yantra. It aims to offer a subjective, existential meaning to enhance the depth of it’s reader’s life.
While using this book as a guide for your Tantric expedition, always remember.
“If you know That, you don’t have to seek!
If you don’t know That, then you don’t know what to seek!!
If you think you know That, then you actually don’t know That!!!” –Isavasya Upanishad