“My god, sweet is the drink of the wine-maid,like her drink sweet is her vulva, sweet is her drink,like her lips sweet is her vulva, sweet is her drink,sweet is her mixed drink, her drink.”- The Sacred Marriage Rite, Ancient Sumer
“What is Tantra’s purpose? It is the means of achieving all desired aims - the worldly powers that are the good qualities of the desire realm, and the supreme achievement, the wisdom of the buddhas.” - Vīravajra, A Sign of the Lighted Goal
“The way of beings is the inconceivable play of the buddhas.” - Cakrasamvara Tantra
Many Hindus believe Kundalini is linked with a form of Universal energy, and with the sexual response. The techniques Reich employed and his method for discussing and treating patients held certain similarities to Regardie's and to my Chakra therapy. All of this is not to say that Reich borrowed from the Eastern Yogis and Hinduism; however, Dr. Regardie was fascinated by the similarities. Regardie felt that if an integration between certain methods and ideas suggested by Reich and Kundalini Yoga could be made, a new Tantra, a new Goddess "religion" would begin to emerge in the West.
From one of Hyatt's books. Seems possible. I would be interested in the integration taking heavily from any Western and Eastern psycho-sexual-spiritual traditions (there were arguably many). There have been and are some attempts like here, here, and here.Also, these ones are pretty amusing from Hyatt
Many proponents of the Golden Dawn and related traditions, like Waite and Felkins, were so “Christianized" that they were even sex negative, attempting to live the life of the Puritan and of course influencing modern occultism in an ascetic direction. Others, like Crowley and Regardie, preserved the essence of the ancient order, knowing that the proper use of the Psycho-Sexual brought true enlightenment. This is why Dr. Regardie felt that Reich's therapy was the best therapy for the aspiring student. However, he knew that while Reich's therapy would lead to a form of orgastic potency, it would never lead to true enlightenment. Reich himself had no use for Eastern practices, which of course included Yoga. Regardie often told me that Reich must have known of Tantra, or if he didn't he should have.--Regardie often wondered if Reich had any experience with yoga. I used to think he did, but Regardie would frequently argue both points of view. Sometimes he would hypothesize that Reich was a "reincarnation" of an Eastern Yoga Master. When he said this he would laugh at the thought and then drop the subject.