“No Mud, No Lotus” is a humorous but gritty journey out of substance addiction and sexual trauma and into Sacred Sex and Neo Tantra! It’s the raw, honest, and intimate biography of a Maya who stars in a controversial documentary film about Tantra,"Sex Magic, Manifesting Maya." This isn’t the usual life story of a “Sacred Sexual, Tantric practitioner,” filled with New Age lingo and promises of ecstatic sexual bliss. Rather, it’s the genuine, real account of a regular girl who seeks emotional and psychological healing from a past of sexual trauma, abuse, and addictions. “No Mud, No Lotus” chronicles Maya’s determined journey to find depth and meaning within love, sex and relationships. It also tells the story of ”Father Ron” who believes it’s Maya’s destiny to stand at his side as a “Sacred sexual healer”, and invites Maya to travel the world with him as his mate and to teach “Tantra.” Together, they go to places where the lines between black and white, shadow and light, the sacred and the profane become maddeningly unclear and contradictory. But Maya’s past already endowed her with strength and a critical eye- assets she didn’t know she had- which serve as her beacon of truth as she negotiates the darkened maze that is Neo Tantra as practiced in sexually over-charged New Age circles.
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Maya is a world renowned teacher of the Warrior path and the author of "No Mud, No Lotus; a memoir of Sex, Betrayal and Spiritual Awakening." At the age of thirty-three, after a lifetime of trauma and life threatening alcohol and drug addictions, Maya began a radical journey into self-healing. She began by diving deeply into 'Tantra' and 'sacred sex' of the West, which landed her in the controversial documentary film, Sex Magic, Manifesting Maya. Overwhelmed with the limiting distortions of western Tantra, she ultimately denounced the work and moved to Ubud Bali, where she took refuge into an organic apprenticeship with a Balinese yogi as well as her practice of the Sikh tradition of Kundalini yoga. There, she wrote her autobiography No Mud No Lotus, which is not only a shocking life story but also an open portrayal of her experiences within the western neo-tantra movement. From her writing she became recognized for calling out the distortion of spiritualizing socialized initiatives and ego drives under the guise of Tantra's name. On October of 2013, still in hopes of understanding the deeper nature of Tantra, Maya traveled to Cape town, South Africa, where she worked with a mentor, Rahasya Advait, who ultimately helped her to realize her innate life-path was that of the Dakini- a 'sky dancer' or female spiritual guide. There, Maya experienced Satori and her days of seeking were complete. There is nothing to do at this juncture but point the way. www.mayayonika.org FB: Follow- Maya Yonika Twitter- Beware of Dakinis @MayaYonika
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