Tantra and Hatha Yoga recognize the universe to be a single unified field of vibrating and undulating intelligent-life-force. The Unity philosophy says that all of nature’s manifestation – from the tiniest to the unimaginably large – is an expression of vibrating energy, and that vibrating energy is inherently conscious, intelligent, and aware.
The field of form and relativity, according to Tantra, is nothing more or less than this vast sea of creative intelligence manifesting into nature, under its own motivation, through itself and its elements — earth, water, fire, air, and space; one seamless undulating sea of undifferentiated and differentiated awareness, vibrating at varying densities, with changing, rising, and falling characteristics and traits, giving rise to a nearly unimaginable variety of creative expression.
Might this be so? If this idea resonates with your intuition continue to inquire. If at every level of our being, including all the densest layers of our structure, we are aware and intelligent-vibrating-energy why don’t we notice this? And also, what would it be like if we did notice this? And even more interestingly how can we do it?
Great teachers from many traditions have told us that the reason we don’t notice this overwhelming reality of life is that we are constantly being distracted by the functioning of our individual mind and our egoic-self-involvment. In other words – we are not paying attention! We are usually just preoccupied with something else.
This is where the study of embodied anatomy™ comes in. Since the human body-mind is such a perfect manifestation of creative intelligence – all we have to do is attend to it. We embrace our bodies as the objects of meditation. We inquire – with keen attention and refined, inwardly directed senses – into our structure. Clear and persistent inquiry always reveals insight into the qualities and the functions of the structures, and the intelligence that is their very nature.