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Phenomenology of Respiration and the Sense of Whoness within Tantra as Personhood

Title: Phenomenology of Respiration and the Sense of Whoness within Tantra as Personhood
Authors: Rudolph Bauer
Source: Revista Científica Arbitrada de la Fundación MenteClara, Vol 3, Iss 2, Pp 147-158 (2018)
Publisher Information: Fundación MenteClara, 2018.
Publication Year: 2018
Collection: LCC:Philosophy. Psychology. Religion ; LCC:Buddhism
Subject Terms: Respiration
Breathless Breath
Whoness
Tantra
Philosophy. Psychology. Religion
Buddhism
BQ1-9800
Description: When the Spaceousness of the breathless breath opens, who-ness can be felt as uncontained and unbound. Who-ness is experiential openness…openness prior to mind. Dasein to use Heideggarian language. Most often there is this intertwining of breath and respiration, intertwining of breath and qi, intertwining of breath and shakti, breath and primordial energy. Respiration inspires us and respirates us. Utimately, this energy of respiration is light. Illumination is forming forms of light as energy and the light becoming energy becoming respiration. Tantra is intimately connected to this subtle phenomena of respiration.
Document Type: article
File Description: electronic resource
Language: English ; Spanish; Castilian
ISSN: 2469-0783 (Sherpa/RoMEO, JCR)
Relation: http://fundacionmenteclara.org.ar/revista/index.php/RCA/article/view/54; https://doaj.org/toc/2469-0783
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Rights: Journal Licence: CC BY-NC
PageCount: 147-159
volume: 3
issue: 2
issn: 24690783
pubdate: 2018
DOI: https://doi.org/10.32351/rca.v3.2.54
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