Tantric Buddhist art is a very diverse and unique form of art. Its main goals are to reveal the nature of reality by showing the perceiver that there is a more expansive and actualized being than the one currently experienced. In this way it shares many similarities with religious art, but puts its own special non-dual twist on religious art that will engage and surprise the reader.
Haven, Rien T.
"Tantric Buddhist Art: Through an Integral Lens,"
Journal of Conscious Evolution: Iss. 6, Article 4.
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