A Quick Overview of How Tantra Practitioner Training Works

To start a career as a tantra practitioner you will need the following qualifications, which are required by most institutes today: qualified tantra practitioner training (first level), certified tantra master (second level) and qualification in tantra principles and philosophy. However this qualification only qualifies you for a basic level of study and does not ensure your future position or allow you to progress further. The aim of these qualifications is to provide the knowledge of basic tantra concepts and techniques to those who wish to learn more. The ultimate goal of becoming a tantra master is to be revered and worshiped as a true tantra goddess. There are other objectives of becoming a tantra teacher, these are personal and individual to each person.

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If you wish to take up a full-fledged course in tantra you can enrol in modules one through three; depending on the syllabus of the particular institute you will be studying at. You can choose to study in a preparatory module for a specific role you intend to fill – either as a full-fledged tantra master, teacher apprentice. Some institutes will allow you to enrol in the entire course as a student of this subject all at once, but there is no obligation to do so. Some people also opt to take part in a preparatory module and then take their final exams either online or in a traditional classroom setting. Once you have passed your exams and graduated from the course, you will be issued a certificate of completion.

Alternatively, some institutes offer short term training in preparation for a specific role; examples are: tantra master for 5 days, teacher for 3 days or even a month of training. It is important to note that these short term training courses will not be covered by the course you can take as a tantra practitioner. If this is the route you wish to take you will need to check the institute’s program hours carefully before enrolling to avoid disappointment.