Goddess Laurel

topic posted Tue, August 31, 2004 - 8:21 PM by  Linda
I am a tantrika and been healing men and helping couples for nine years. I have a busy practice in LA and I am ready for a poly triad to enhance my career and my life in general. I am looking for MFM arrangement where we can all buy a house together. I am not looking for clients I have too many now but to get to know people in LA who are into Tantra and polyamory.
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  • Re: Goddess Laurel

    Wed, September 8, 2004 - 5:47 PM
    Hi there -
    it's Lola, remember me? I'm not in the house buying / sharing business right now, but after our various conversations: I would like to meet you sometime. Been really busy writing and re-inventing my website:
    many blessings - namaste
  • Re: Goddess Laurel

    Thu, September 9, 2004 - 3:06 AM
    Semantics again ... Sorry, but I must be misunderstanding you as you say you are a tantrika and yet use "Tantra" and "Polyamory" in the same sentence as if they are eggs from the same nest. As long as Tantra is mis-represented as an "exotic" sexual practice, the people will keep falling in the eternal abyss of self-destruction as its a fire which, if not handled properly only burns.
    • Re: Goddess Laurel

      Fri, September 10, 2004 - 7:14 AM
      Oh boy -
      all those poor people burning in the eternal abyss of sexual self-destruction! Do I detenct a bit of judgement?
      The real teachings cannot be mis-represented, they can only reveal themselves to those that practice them.
      As far as I know, we are all by nature polyamorous. We love our spouses, lovers, girlfriends, kids, cats, dogs and exes in various ways. We're just taught to claim, or be claimed by the-one-and-only, so we can exert control over each others genitals and call that commitment. Now, why would I want to sign away the use of my genitals to one man only?
      Osho says: the more you love, the wiser you become, which is exactly my point. Many blessings -
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      Fri, September 10, 2004 - 7:33 AM
      You might enjoy sloka 69 of the Vijnanabhairava - good stuff!