“ I have gained great personal insight from his work and have great respect and admiration for his knowledge, and for the lucid way in which he has expounded the ancient wisdom of the Vedas” – Deepak Chopra, M.D.
“It is an enormous relief to discover a book in English that authentically represents the Tantric Tradition. Dr Frawly’s new book provides invaluable insights into the most ancient continuously practiced Goddess tradition in the world”.—Linda Johnsen, author of Daughters of the Goddess: The Women Saints of India.
“His presentation is the first time that English readers have an opportunity to learn about the ten mahavidyas, the central doctrine and practice of Shakta Tantricism in great details. The uniqueness of the book lies in how the author pulls together Tantric and Ayurvedic Sciences in a manner which one can practice in one’s daily life.” –- Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, Himalayan Institute.
“Tantric Yoga and the Wisdom Goddesses I an excellent introduction to the essence of Hindu Tantrism. The author discusses all the major concepts and offers valuable corrections for many existing misconceptions. He also introduces the reader to the core Tantric Practices of meditation and mantra recitation, focusing on the Ten Wisdom Goddesses.” – George Feuerstein, PhD.
“It tries to present the living spirit and practice of Tantra, rather than just another academic view.” –Mystic India
“Frawley’s is perhaps the first of the English presentations of Tantrism which initiates the readers in an erudite but lucid style.”—Alokparna Dass.
Tantric Yoga and the Wisdom Goddesses is an excellent book introducing the essence of Hindu Tantrism. the book discusses all the major concepts and offers valuable corrections for many existing misconceptions. It also introduces the reader to the core Tantric practices of meditation and mantra recitation, focusing on the Ten Wisdom Goddesses (dasa-mahavidya). This book presents the meditational and mantric side of Tantra, which is the more common side of Tantra practiced in India. It is written from the standpoint of a practitioner and also from one trained in Ayurveda (yogic medicine). It tries to present the living spirit and practice of Tantra, rather than just another academic view. The book is divided into three primary sections; with the fourth as an Appendix.