Yoni Puja is worship
par excellence and by omitting it every other puja is rendered
useless. For this present Yuga the part of Sakthi's body
worshiped is the Yoni. Thus, Devi is worshiped only with
regards to her Yoni. This path was hidden and lost for
over 6000 years. This is the oldest known path in Tantra,
older then the knowledge of the Shiva Lingam, which is
the main icon, is Shaivism
The ancient Hindu Vedas
such as YajurVeda, SamVeda, Rigveda,Atharvanaveda
the word yoni in various contexts.
The original meaning of yoni was "Divine Passage"
yoni is as a temple in which the divine essence of a
woman, in other words her soul, can be worshipped. The
yoni is the gateway by which we may join with our sexual
partner to experience oneness with the God essence or
The Shiva Lingam represents
the cosmic principles. In Tantra, Shiva symbolizes the
consciousness, and Sakthi symbolizes the energy or principle
behind the manifested Universe. They are the cosmic couples
who are inseparably united as Brahman, the absolute. They
also represent the essence of each human being. Shiva is
the third member of the trinity, Brahma the creator, Vishnu
the sustainer and Shiva the destroyer. The Shiva Lingam's
base is the Yoni with Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva within it.
This is a clear representation of the power of Sakthi.
She as Aathi Para Sakthi is the creator of all, the Gods
and human and all the three worlds.
Until to-day most Hindu
women do not know that Brahma and Vishnu is within Her
Yoni. They only see Shiva's Lingam exposed. Few ever question
the real meaning of the symbol. For most people praying
to the Shiva Lingam is praying to Lord Shiva. And those
who know do not speak of it.
Beauty of the woman,
is the beauty of the heart,
is the beauty of the yoni,
- Chant by Marie Summerwood
Puja or the Holy Mass of the Vagina or Pundai can
be done using a YANTRA or a symbolic representation of
the vulva or using a real female fom. The pundai puja
done using yantra does not produce the same effects as
yoni puja done using a real human vagina.
puja and linga puja
Worship of the generative organs is found in many schools of tantra yoga. This
can take the form of presenting offerings of flowers and/or food to the sex
organs of a living man or woman, to a statue of a deity, or to a simple effigy
that symbolizes the yoni (vulva) or lingam (penis).
ceremonial worship of the female genitals is called the
In the Yoni Puja that is part of Yoni
Tantra, the practitioner is alone with the woman who has
agreed to serve as the focus of energies, to serve as a representative
of the Goddess.
yoni is the most feminine part of woman, mysterious
and hidden, soft, receptive and embracing. In Tantra
a woman's yoni is seen as not only erotic but also magical.
A place where great wisdom and potential for healing
can be found. Yoni is the Sanskrit word for sacred place.
Tantrics viewed that power as the source of all creative action. Tantrics did
not describe female sexuality as "passive" as in the Western manner,
Tantric Hindus regarded female orgasm as the energizing principle of the universe."
The Yoni, arouses the power potential
of the Lingam
is a Sanskrit word that translates as “womb”, “origin”, “source”,
and “vulva”. Our yoni is our entire genital
system, our uterus, our passage (I choose not to include
vagina in my vocabulary, it translates as “sheath
for a sword”), and our vulva. Using the word yoni
offers us the opportunity to reclaim the sacredness and
power of our sexuality as women, as goddesses.
yoni has been worshipped all over the world. In India the
yoni is worshipped as the sacred symbol of the Divine Feminine,
the Great Goddess, the source of life, the Universal Womb.
There are entire sects based on the worship of the yoni,
also called Yoni Puja.
is as a temple in which the divine essence of a woman,
in other words her soul, can be worshipped.
is the gateway by which we may join with our sexual partner
to experience oneness with the God essence or Goddess can
sacred place in Sanskrit. In Tantric yoga a woman s yoni
is viewed as both erotic and magical; the yoni is considered
a place of wisdom and healing. The yoni is considered the
gateway through which sexual partners may experience oneness
with the universe. It is a temple in which the divinity
of a woman may be worshipped. In some systems, there is
a yoni chakra that is solely concentrated on female pleasure.
In Buddhist Tantra, or Vajrayana, which significantly
differs from the Hindu Tantra, the female principle of “wisdom” (prajna)
is seen as static, whereas the male, or “means” (upaya),
is active. In Buddhism, rituals that appear to break
basic moral precepts have for the most part been dropped,
but the complex meditation practices have been retained.
It is uncommon for a practitioner of Buddha Tantra to
engage in Sexual Intercourse with the Yoni as a result
of engaging in Yoni Puja. In Hindu Tantra, however, the
heroic Tantrics culminate their Yoni Puja rituals with
sexual intercourse with the Yoni and with the drinking
of the "adharamadhu" (nectar from the vagina
and Lingam gazing are wonderful meditative experiences,
sit and gaze at the beautful Yoni and loose self in all
its texture, its lifeforce, its color,and just breathe
in the amazing wonder that it is, its sort of like giving
a beloved a gift of honoring , honoring that sacred and
special part of their being.
a hardwired mammalaian brain circuit which flips us into
alpha states when we (esp men) look at a yoni... it is
by natures design the most powerful of yantras....
The man performing the yoni-tantric puja
sits in front of and between the pundai-stri's opened legs
clearly showing the splayed vaginal lips. With complete concentration
and with unwavering awareness.