Sacred Symbol of the Triskele

December 31st, 2023 by

As this year cycles over to the New Year the symbol it feels like the spiral of cycles, the Triskele, that symbolizes Sacred Being is turning.

Triskele holds the sacred geometry of 3 and the interconnected infinity spiral.

It encompasses the concept of life, death, and rebirth. Each spiral within the symbol represents an essential element of the eternal cycle:

  • The Cycle of Life: encompassing life, death, and rebirth.
  • Represents the three worlds: heaven, earth, and underworld.
  • The Elements: earth, water, and sky, believed to constitute the world.
  • Triple Goddess: maiden, mother, crone
  • Physical, mental, spiritual.

The interconnected spirals are symbols of the inter-related nature of all things and the cyclical nature. The spiral also represents energy in motion – and Tantra relates to states of expanded energy.

And also is the personal connection to the Celtic symbol in my life, the magik of three’s and my heritage.

Blessings and love for this spiralling.

Why is Pleasure Sacred?

May 6th, 2023 by

Pleasure Heals

Pleasure is a gateway to emotional and spiritual fluency. It makes us aware of things we were not aware of before, alters our blood chemistry, enhances brain function and opens new possibilities in all areas of life. The gift of loving touch heals body, heart and soul by bringing us a taste of love, both divine and personal. Sacred refers to something regarded with great respect and reverence.

How to Connect to Sacred Pleasure through Touch?

In order to dive into pleasure, we need the safety of choice and clarity. Choice and clarity must be valued in every interaction – what is being offered and received, by whom, and what is not.

Know yourself and what is happening for you at each moment. Set clear limits, empower the choice of the receiver by asking what is useful and desired and what is not, guiding the making of agreements, staying clear in erotically charged states, and effectively meeting the needs of the client.

Skills of Touch

The primary factors in the quality of touch are respect, care and attention to perception. These are more important than any technique or method. Learn respect by learning consent skills, and learn care and attention by attending to the sensation in your hands, which makes your touch present, relaxed, intuitive, and when appropriate, sensual.

Inner Resources

Compassion, presence, heart, vitality, hope. These are inherent in every person, and are nurtured through grace and conscious practice. Through experiences we can nurture and deepen these gifts of the spirit.

Grounded emotional and erotic fluency is the foundation upon which we offer healing to others. The more grounded you are in your own physicality, especially the emotional and sexual, the more depth and wisdom you have to offer others. It’s not the doing of encounter – it’s the being. No amount of skill in a modality, be it tantric ritual or bodywork, can substitute for this.

Thanks for the writings on philosophy and work of Betty Martin and the Wheel of Consent of

So what is Tantra and what are its benefits?

May 6th, 2023 by

News / By harithallapelly

But it’s often misunderstood, and due to the intimate nature of the practice some women who visit Tantric practitioners are sexually abused.

Tantra is one of those things that when dropped into conversation can leave people blushing and imagining steamy scenes from the Kama Sutra.

The ancient Hindu, Taoist and Buddhist practice dates over 2500 years and combines mantras, meditation, yoga and ritual with the aim to prolong lovemaking and find deeper connections and tenderness with not just your lover, but with yourself and in all of your relationships.

It can take years to fully comprehend and often involves dedicating time with a guru (teacher) in order to unravel its intricacies by studying sexual energy and how it can be applied to achieve a higher level of consciousness.

By not denying and accepting natural human desires, it can result in a positive and life changing experience, with benefits that extend far beyond the bedroom. And it’s not just for couples. Anyone wanting to live a more fully integrated life that encompasses their career, their family, and of course their sexuality can benefit.

“One of the key motives of tantra is connection and bringing about wholeness and richness into our everyday existence. For me a big aspect of this practice is about relinquishing shame, judgment, guilt, and taboo around sex and our sexuality,” says Melbourne based Tantric Facilitator, Luka Tremback.


If a teacher is telling you that you need to do the work yourself and that they are there to facilitate, that is a good sign! Look for someone that encourages and reminds you that you have the power to heal yourself.

Speak to practitioners and always get a really well informed opinion on a school or teacher. Call beforehand to ask questions and get a feel for who they are and what it is they are offering. This initial chat should give you a sense of whether or not it is worth going in for a face-to-face meeting or trying out one of their classes.