Learn More About Takanta’s Story
To begin with, a good place to pay attention to would be the name Takanta itself. Why exactly is it called so and what does it even mean? This would help you better understand the origins and the history of Takanta.
Most of Takanta’s literature findings, research materials, and original scriptures seem to be pointing to a lot of evidence of surprisingly early ancient times.
People believe that the initial origins of Takanta began in the 4th millennium BC, from around 3200 BC to 3100 BC.
However, the original Takanta practitioners, as well as people practicing it today, insist that this spiritual philosophy is timeless and has always existed.
This is because Takanta is based on the fundamental laws of the universe observed in nature.
While many religions have one specific founder, Takanta does not. Being a spiritual philosophy, not a religion Takanta seems to have been evolving and advancing through centuries infused by many different cultures, languages, and beliefs.
The True Meaning of the Name Takanta
Based on the historical documents and other evidence unearthed, it seems that the name Takanta consists of two separate words from two different cultures and languages such as Japanese, Hindi, Latin, Greek, and Chinese.
The first part of it is believed to have come from the word Taka which is a Japanese word with one of the meanings being Honorable (with synonyms reliable and trustworthy).
The second part of it is suggested to have been formed from one of the Latin words: antas, antae or, ante.
Their meaning is an architectural term for pillars on the sides of an entrance of a Greek or Roman temple.
An important point to note here is that Anta pillars aren’t the same as the purely decorative pilasters.
Instead, they serve an important structural and foundational support function – looking just like the first solid, bold letter T of the name Takanta.
Based on the information above, in the most literal way, the meaning of the word Takanta could be translated as Honorable Foundation.
This could also explain the fact that it’s the most reliable foundational laws of the universe that are at the core of Takanta’s spiritual philosophies and its school of thought.
The Process of Takanta’s Discovery
There’s a good reason why Takanta is understood to be not only one of if not the oldest belief system but also the most advanced and in-depth philosophy in the world.
It is assumed that originally there was (and still is to some extent) a lot of secrecy and privacy revolved around Takanta.
There were only a few private individuals who had knowledge of Takanta’s secrets and wisdom.
It was a small circle of people who were initially let in on this spiritual philosophy.
Probably this is the reason why there can be so little information found (especially online) about Takanta.
Nonetheless, on regular basis, there’s more and more information, literature, and scriptures discovered and unearthed about it.
In most cases, Takanta's secrets are being passed on from one practitioner to another.
You will always find the most accurate and up-to-date information about this spiritual philosophy here on the official website Takanta.com
Takanta’s Principles, Practices, and Beliefs
Now, it is understood that there are more than 1,200 Takanta principles and practices. It would be definitely impossible to cover all of them on this one page.
So for now, let’s just focus on the most fundamental principles and foundational structure of Takanta.
To begin with, it’s crucial to understand that with Takanta your expected goal is always improved life.
However, instead of such a generic application, there is a lot more to it than that.
One of the foundational cornerstones is the three Takanta Core Human Pillars.
These three core pillars are:
- Premomara – Family, relationships, love.
The origin of this core pillar is considered to have been possibly derived from the Hindi term Prem which means affection and the Latin word Amore or Amare which stands for love.
- Dostufilas – Friendships, community, support.
It is believed that this core pillar might have come from the Hindi word Dost, meaning friends. As well as the word Filos which in Greek also means friends.
- Oposago – Work, career, growth, learning.
In order to form the name of this pillar, the early ancient Takanta practitioners might have used the word Opus which means work in Latin. As well as the Japanese word Sagyō also meaning work.
In Takanta, any principles, practices, and actions you engage in will always affect one or more of these three core pillars of your life.
The next fundamental principle of Takanta is the role of You. By that, it’s meant your unique and individual differences when compared to everyone else in this world.
So in Takanta, you are taught to embrace your differences instead of trying to hide them to fit in a set of societal judgment boxes. You are taught to discover how unique and special you are compared to others.
And then you are taught to succeed in this world because of these differences not despite them.
One more important principle to know about Takanta is the importance of numerology in this spiritual philosophy.
You see, in Takanta everything goes back to the fundamental laws of the universe.
These laws state that everything in this world is energy and everything has a vibrational frequency. This, in turn, forms a set of number patterns and combinations.
These numbers are used to encode everything from your birth date, your name, your birth location, and even the planets and spirits we live amongst. You can see an example of this explained in this very lengthy in-depth 555 meaning spiritual guide.
The Principle of Takanta’s Pure Balance
Ultimately, the final Takanta principle you should learn about in this brief description page is the principle of Pure Balance. Remember, how earlier above you learned about the importance of your uniqueness and special differences?
Well, the Pure Balance principle is the ultimate goal, stage, and level you should strive to achieve in your life while practicing Takanta.
This principle in its essence teaches you to not focus on finding happiness from external factors.
Such as allowing other people’s comments, judgment, and opinions about you to dictate your happiness levels.
It teaches you to find peace and freedom from within you. It teaches you to be happy with and respect your own body and listening to your own intuition when it comes to making the right choices.
When you ultimately reach the Pure Balance stage, you gain the happiness, peace, and freedom you’ve been always looking for.
And what’s even more fun is that at that point people around you will look at you with more admiration, respect, and inspiration.
At this stage, you will have ultimately inspired others by living your best life ever, on your own terms by being in a state of Pure Balance.