Advaita founding roots:
"Advaita" non-dualistic tradition of self-enquiry had its roots in the XVIII century India, and more precisely with jivanmukta Bhagavan Sri Ramana (1879 – 1950).
Sri Ramana attained liberation from duality following a period of frightening sickness which almost claimed his life at the age of 16.
Known for his contagious state of inner stillness Sri Ramana told his disciples that there is only one teaching worthy of pursuing and this is to "Find out who you are".
By knowing self alone we will be set free from the idea we have of self and from the imperfections we have cultivated.
The enquiry into 'Who am I?' is the direct way. "I" is the whole truth in a nutshell." For Sri Ramana, the focus of enquiry is the sense "I am", all else arises from this sense- to "know self you know everything there is".
Throughout the years, ages have continued Sri Ramana's teachings with open satsangs. Shakti Verah does so through Tantra (erotic) massage, and in her own and unique way.
Following Diamond Lotus Verah still regard tantra (erotic) massage tradition as "the best and the most pleasurable tool of rediscovery", the West could ever wish for.
Though the massage one can find one's perfect way home!"