Meditation course

5 Element Tantra Meditation

Traditional Tibetan Tantra began with the Buddha Shakyamuni nearly 2,600 years ago, and was practiced and refined in the mountains of Tibet for over 1,200 years.

Traditional Tibetan Tantra defines the word ‘Tantra’ as ‘the practice of weaving light and sound with form.’

By this definition, light represents specific visualizations,  sound  is represented by mantric syllables, and the body represents form.

The process of weaving light and sound with form gives rise to a profound transformation of human consciousness, and ultimately, the full realization of enlightenment – (which simply means ‘freedom from suffering’).


The theme of Tantric meditation is cultivating consciousness.    To find mindful presence and awareness in all aspects of life.


Tantra i is a holistic lifestyle practice for integrating body, mind, and spirit (and sometimes sexuality), in order to experience more happiness, more peace, more joy, more connection, more love and less suffering in every area of your life.


The Tibetan Five Element Teachings are lineage based, meaning they have been passed down from Teacher to student in an unbroken transmission for over 2,600 years.

These teachings are ancient shamanistic techniques designed to balance, enrich and heal the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual body, from the inside out.

The Tibetan Five Elements as taught by Authentic Tantra Practitioners stem from what is referred to as “The Dakini Lineage”, meaning these teachings were historically held and transmitted by women.

These Traditional Tibetan 5 Element Tantric  practices are woven into a holistic set of sexual and non-sexual methods to create a powerful and effective modality for healing and life transformation.


Tibetan Five Element Healing Practices are designed to catalyze profound healing of body and mind, by addressing the root cause of all illness and suffering referred to as "The five root poisons of human emotion".

The five root poisons are anger, attachment, pride, jealousy and ignorance, which give rise to over 84,000 different kinds of afflicted emotions.

Unaddressed, these emotional energies become “toxic” and literally create poisons in the body, which can contribute to physical, mental and emotional illnesses.


You do not need to become a Buddhist to practice Tantra and it can easily be integrated  simply into your current meditation practice and into your life.