Ma Tara Palmo was born and raised in Stavanger, Norway. About 20 years ago her spiritual journey started with the discovery of trance dance and the altered states of consciousness she experienced led her to a deeper existential question, “who am I”? In 1997 she traveled to India to explore the mystery of spirituality.

She was introduced to Tibetan buddhism and meditation practices a few years later and took refuge into Buddha, Dharma, Sangha and also the bodhisattva vows with a master of the Kagyu lineage Ringu Tulku Ringpoche. 

In a private meeting with him, she asked to become a nun as she wanted to dedicate her life to knowing ultimate truth and was devastated by the constricted ways of society. Ringpoche did not recommend the monastic path for her, instead he told her to serve in the world, “continue your practice and start by becoming a nurse!”

She went on to complete Bachelor of Science in nursing in Perth, Australia in 2004.

At this time a great interest for yoga and tantra had arisen in her and a new path opened up. She was delighted to feel an expansion as she matured into a deeper understanding of being in the world, she started seeing it as playground for realising divinity. By meeting and studying with several women the Ancient ways of the Priestess in Sacred Womens’ Circles—she felt the transformation in her being from a Deep Honoring of the Divine Feminine.

Tara has been a lover of dance and movement all her life and she has received transmissions of Conscious Movement. 

She became certified as a Tantra Yoga Teacher in Thailand  and was later teaching in Mexico. Within these teachings she was introduced to Hridaya Yoga and Tara has as attended several of the 10 day meditation retreats on self inquiry “who am I?”.  She also embraced this deep inner journey through a 49 day solitary retreat, for the revelation of the spiritual heart.

In India she was initiated by the tantric guru, Guruji Rajkumar Baswar with whom she explored tantric meditations, rituals and pilgrimage to sacred tantric temples of India.

She is  a certified ashatanga vinyasa flow teacher with Sampoorna Yoga and was a teacher in the teacher training courses at the school in Goa, India. She studied and traveled with an Indian kriya yoga master who initiated her to be an instructor of Kriya Yoga meditation by the SiddhaNath tradition.

She has attended private intensive and workshop with David Deida who has been a great inspiration to her in “living open as love” and “the art of sacred intimacy”.

With much gratitude to Sri Prem Baba, for receiving his blessings and deep transformations through psycho-spiritual studies. Article posted in one of Norways leading womens magazine KK in May 2014. KK19_054-057

Ma Tara is a student of His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, “the one who carries out the enlightened activities of the Buddha”. She is deeply devoted and honoured to receive teachings and transmissions from the profound tradition of the Kagyu lineage in Tibetan Buddhism.  http://kagyuoffice.org/karmapa/

She has heard the call from the womb of the Great Mother, the beautiful vision of birthing the Love and Light of the Divine Feminine back into this manifested world in deep blissful marriage with the sacred masculine

Ma Tara is deeply honoured to be Her priestess midwife and share this mystery in sacred circles with sisters on the path.

Wear your crown precious sister with a deep honour and knowing of your sacred mission.

You have a responsibility Beloved One to walk this earth with confidence and a strong loving,

open heart while singing your divine prophecies into being.

The earth and all its children rely on your holy participation.

I beg you sister do not hold back your gifts, there is no time for that now.

Radiate your majestic light and wisdom

and see how the world heals and transforms by your magical touch and glance.

I see you sister rising in Glory ~ wearing your Crown!

I bow gracious Queen!

~ Ma Tara Palmo ~ 



 

 

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