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Introducing a long-lost tradition
Hyarama is an ancient spiritual tradition of sacred sexuality.
For centuries, it has only been passed down by tradition
and word of mouth.
But there is evidence for Hyarama, both natural and supernatural,
from all times and in all places, for “those with eyes to see”.

Hyarama has been passed on by "bringing in" those who
wish to work ritually with sexual spirituality and are able to do so.
Sometimes the ability runs in families, but often it will skip a generation,
and people may be totally unaware of abilities that both their parents and their children carry.

True Love and Protected Ritual
 People touch the magical flux of Hyarama when they "fall in love" and "make love".
This is why the sexual act can be such a joyful and intense experience.
But only a few have discovered the possibility
of channelling the ecstatic energies experienced here into higher purposes.
Working with Hyarama adds to the validity of the sexual experience.
It is a precious resource whose power is not to be underestimated!

The use of ritual protects and directs the energy
generated through sexual channels between male and female.
Until the ancient name was rediscovered recently,
Hyarama was usually known simply as "the Power".

The basic positive ethic
The basic ethic of Hyarama says:
“Do what you will, as long as in so doing you harm none, for
Whatever you do, be it good or evil, will be returned to you threefold”

We have done our best here to address sexual spirituality
in a way that most people will be comfortable with;
but one can never please everyone, nor is it always right to try.
Many things can interfere with the acceptance and need careful handling and courtesy,
in exploring feelings, trusting intuitions, and opening up to awareness.
To some, the information here may seem unacceptable;
to others, the words may echo their deepest heart's desire,
what they have been searching for and dared not hope to find.
In today’s confusing world,
where the very future of life on Earth may seem under threat,
many want to embrace the Sacred as deeply as possible, to find the way forward.

If you disagree with us, please let us know
and give us a chance to respond!



Website for Information
Hyarama is not at variance with the essence of true religion.
Hidden within the spiritual aristocracy, esoteric traditions, core teachings, religions,
architecture, history, ancient manuscripts, and legends of most cultures,
one can find both open and veiled hints affirming
a positive link between spirituality and sexuality.
Owing to centuries of persecution and deep prejudice against sacred sexuality,
this higher awakening has been hindered, and Hyarama has had to remain hidden.
There is much evidence that we cannot show as it would compromise people's privacy!
This website is to enable Hyarama to become openly known and understood once again.

One cannot evangelize or "sell" Hyarama -
those who take up this practice must do so of their own free will.
But there is now a need to clear ancient misinformation
as well as to make the basic knowledge available,
so that those who have the aptitude and desire, can work this way.



Hyarama is a tradition of the “right hand path”
It is only to enable positive work for the benefit of all
It will not work for mere personal gain
or for any negative purpose.
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These pages are designed:
to make the path available to those who need it
to correct ancient prejudice, misinformation and ignorance
to show the ancient links of True Spirituality with Hyarama
to enable All Good Spirituality to grow and be blessed
to reopen the highest sacred potential of love & marriage
to honour the deepest understanding of “male” & “female”
to offer a chance to rediscover the spiritual openness of childhood
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