Description - New Tantrism by Klaire D. Roy
Tantrism must not be understood within the context of Buddhism. Although Buddhism has helped to make tantrism known, tantrism is a separate and autonomous entity. It fluctuates according to its own rhythm and is not influenced by any factors associated with a philosophy or a religion. It is unique, as we are, but untameable and incomprehensible to the one who tries to define it as an entity that is conditional and limited to certain factors. Nothing really influences tantrism, except tantrism itself, which evolves according to the era and the people to whom it addresses itself. It is not subject to fixed and rigid laws, but respects the one who is noble at heart and who sincerely progresses upon the path.
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Author Biography - Klaire D. Roy
Klaire D. Roy is director of The Medicine Buddha Mandala Institute in Montreal, a nurse, and an esteemed author and speaker. She has dedicated herself to the study of authentic spirituality for over 30 years. She has also studied holistic health and alternative treatment methods. Since 2005, Ms. Roy shares her knowledge by actively participating in the training of new lithotherapists. She is also chief editor of La pierre chantante, a unique magazine devoted to health and wellness through stones and crystals. With her contemporary approach to authentic spirituality and the penetrating wisdom of her words, Ms. Roy is skilled in awakening a sincere spark of truth from her readers, as well as an honest reflection on various aspects of the human consciousness. Her writings, some translated into several languages, focus on self-awareness, meditation, the Soul, the spiritual path, the Instructor-disciple relationship, and lithotherapy. These themes are well received at her conferences in Quebec and in France. This journey has brought her in contact with literary professionals at various national and International book fairs. She is also appreciated as a representative of the Lux Aeterna Collection, one of the most important collections of quartz and minerals in North America. Furthermore, her excursions in Asia and Europe have given her the opportunity to continue to deepen her knowledge of spirituality and lithotherapy.