What is the Akasha, and how can Tantra help us access it?

There is a tendency in our world to try to structure and give form to everything.
Many people ask me if the Akasha is in the 7th, 8th, 10th, or higher dimension… The answer is, we need to go out of our structural ego-mind and dive deep into our body and intuition, the place where everything resides.
The Akasha is deep inside us, inside our cells, inside the empty space between the particles that exist everywhere. The Akasha is simply the space of Wisdom of our inner Divinity!

Over the last centuries, spirituality has become a path of seeking the Divinity somewhere in the “sky.” Religion infused the message deep inside our subconscious mind that the Spirit is separate from the body and, in so doing, created a massive distance between those two.

We started treating the body almost like the enemy of the Spirit, a part of us that we had to reject to find God!

Over the years, this idea has cursed humanity’s history with scenes of war, competition, violence and more.

Fortunately, humanity is now evolving into a more authentic space closer to the Truth. A truth that was hidden from us, to deprive us of our real power, that resides in unconditional love and not in authority; a power that can create any reality by simply being, without having to do anything.

The space where this power is centered is deep inside our hearts! Where our inner woman meets our inner man, where the earth meets the sun, and consciousness merges with love! This is where Akasha is.

One of the best paths to reach the space of the heart is Tantra.

Tantra has never abandoned the body and, at the same time, never abandoned Spirit. A tantric path is a path that finds the courage to face all the distortion that was created inside us over the last few thousand years and was stored in our system. Tantra penetrates this distortion with the power of consciousness and converts it into love. Tantra is one of the best and quickest methods to reach the space of the heart. Tantra loves the earth and the sky the same way that loves the body and the Spirit.

In Tantra there is no distinction between body and Spirit. The body is just an expression of the Spirit in a more solid form, while the Spirit is just a more etheric form.
Both are God, both are Goddess, both are Unconditional love, and where both merge are the gates of the Akasha!
Agapi Apostolopoulou

Categories: Spirit and human