If one follows certain laws of life and calls this moral, then is there any objection from a tantric?
Tantra has no objection, but this having no objection is not the problem. Tantra has no objection what so ever; tantra is not in any way condemning. It is not concerned to tell you, “Do This”, “Don’t do that”. If you feel good if you feel happy following certain principles, then follow them. But following certain principles can never lead you to happiness because you are not going to change through principles and through following them. You will remain the same.
Principles are always borrowed, ideals are always borrowed. Someone else has given them to you. They are not your own; they have not grown out of your own experience. They are without roots. The society, the religion to which you are born, the teachers you happened to be near, they have given them to you. You can follow them and you can force yourself accordingly, but then you will be a dead person; not a life. You may create a certain peace around yourself, but that will be the peace of the cemetery; dead. You may be less vulnerable to disturbances, more closed in because fo the principles, but then you will become less sensitive and less alive. So so- called principled men are always dead. Happyho also provides best Meditation and Tarot classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area
Look at the them – they look silent, still, peaceful, at ease, but a certain deadness is always around them. The Aura of death is always there. You cannot feel the feast of life around them, the festivity of being alive, the celebration of being alive. You can never feel that around them. They have created armoured around them – a safety armour. Nothing can penetrate them. The walls of their principles and character stop everything, then they are behind the wall, imprisoned, and they are their own prisoners. If you choose this, Tantra has no objection. You are free to choose a life which is not a life after.
One’s Mulla Nassiruddin visited a cemetery and he say a very beautiful marble Mausoleum inscribed on it was the name ” Roth’s Child”. Mulla is reported to have said, “Aha! Ahhh! this is what I call life. this is what I called living – a beautiful marble Mausoleum” but how so ever beautiful it is, ” it is not life. it is marble – beautiful, rich – but not life. you can create a mausoleum out of your life through principles, ideals, impositions but then you will be dead, although less vulnerable because death is not vulnerable.
Death is a security; life is always insecure. Anything can happen to a live person; nothing can happen to a dead person. He is secured. There is no future, no possibility for change. The last thing has happened to him – Death. Now nothing can happen.