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What Is Tantric Sex? In This Chapter 
➤ What is tantra and tantric sex? 
➤ How tantra affects your senses, spirit, mind, body, and soul
➤ How tantra is compatible with the modern Western way of life 
➤ Fact or fiction: correcting myths about tantric sex 
➤ The benefits of tantric sex 
➤ Quiz: Are you ready for tantric sex? 


Are you ready to experience bliss like you’ve never felt before? Imagine a sexual experience in which light flashes explode in your brain and every cell in your body feels alive. Imagine exploding with pleasure at even the slightest touch anywhere on your body. Imagine being in a sexual embrace of such utter joy and peacefulness that you “melt” into one another and then expand to feel “at one” with the entire universe. If you would like to have those experiences, you’re reading the perfect book! I’ll take you through the world of tantric sex in which such experiences are possible and attainable. You will learn the basics teachings that bring you to these high states of pleasure and consciousness, and actual step-by-step practices you can perform immediately to reach these states of bliss and enlightenment. 

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An Introduction to Tantric Sex: The Spiritual Path to Sacred Love 4 The ancient practice of tantric sex is enjoying new popularity in America, making this the perfect time for you to harness what you already know about love and sexuality and take it to the next level. The world we live in is more ready than ever for tantric sex because of our new appreciation for deeper spiritual practices. In addition, as life is increasingly driven by technology so that person-to-person contact is diminishing, there is more desire for the intimate, meaningful contact that tantric sex offers. Read on through these chapters to achieve just that! What Is Tantra? To understand tantric sex, first you must understand what tantra is. The word “tantra” comes from ancient Sanskrit language meaning “expansion through awareness.” Tantra is a spiritual path that involves very specific practices that use breath, sounds, movements, and symbols to quiet the mind and activate sexual energy,

directing it throughout the body to achieve states of consciousness and bliss. Tantra traditions come from ancient practices in India, Nepal, and China. Whereas once they were reserved for royalty, now they are for all of us. The practices also help heal past hurts, often stored in sexual centers of the body, so that you can be more fully present in the moment and open to love. When practiced together, the techniques bring about a powerful flow of energy between you and your partner, which energizes your being and expands your love for each other and the universe. Sacred Sex the Tantric Way Feel your sex center now and sense any energy flowing there. Press yourself against the chair if you are sitting, or squeeze the muscles of your buttocks if you are standing. Therein lies a powerful energy generator, according to the tantric sex tradition—but the path does not end at just physical pleasure. Imagine feeling volts of electricity surging in your sexual area, which you could direct to your heart to feel more love—or to your mind for mindblowing orgasms that last endlessly and put you in a state of complete joy and bliss. Tantric sex involves the practice of various meditations and exercises (including yoga) to arouse and channel tremendous energy within the body, cycle that energy with a partner, and send it out into the world. It is intended for personal fulfillment, interpersonal intimacy, and connection to the entire world of beings.

The energy generated by tantric sex can be used for either pleasure intended for blissful enlightenment or for healing. In Parts 1 and 2 I’ll discuss tantric sex for pleasure. In Part 3 I’ll tell you how to harness that pleasure for healing. Tantra Tutorial Tantra is a Sanskrit word meaning the teachings and practices that use energy to lead to a high state of bliss and enlightenment. Tantric sex applies the teachings of tantra to the sexual union in order to reach these high states.

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What Is Tantric Sex? So what is tantric sex? It can be any and all of the following: ➤
Achieving a balance between male and female energies within the self and with a partner. 
➤ Sexuality that directs energy toward free expression and breaks barriers internally and interpersonally. This is attained by elevating sex acts into a divine practice and uniting as beloveds for whom every touch and movement is considered a divine gift. 
➤ Aligning with another being and with the world through divine sexual experience. 
➤ Celebrating sexual union as an honoring of all beings and creation. 
➤ Practices that liberate the soul to experience the highest levels of bliss. How Tantric Sex Frees Your Mind, Body, and Soul As in any meditative practice, a crucial key to achieving the wonderful benefits of tantric sex is to quiet the mind; you will learn many methods of doing this in this book. Tantric sex is mindful in that you pay attention to what you’re doing in the Achieving bliss is a major goal in tantric sex. Blocks to Bliss The term “tantric sex” is often misinterpreted and potentially dangerous for the uninformed because it is used to refer to a mixture of different paths, as a buzzword for wanton sexuality, and as an excuse for sexual affairs, sex addictions, and sex for sale.

 Part 1 ➤ An Introduction to Tantric Sex: The Spiritual Path to Sacred Love 6 exchange between you and your partner. Being mindful induces a sense of respect and reverence for the experience, which lends itself to honoring each other as god and goddess, as you will learn in Chapter 4, “Awaken and Worship the God and Goddess in You.” Consistent with mindfulness—but not at all contradictory—is the goal of tantric sex to get out of your mind and release your body. Through this kind of release you can freely express yourself and feel deep states of love outside of sexual pleasure that touch your soul. Tantric Sex as the Path to Healing An advanced use of tantric sex is for healing the body, mind, and spirit. Men as well as women suffer various hurts, rejections, and abuses—either real or perceived—from previous relationships. Through exercises and rituals explained in this book, tantric sex can be used to heal these hurts and free the body, mind, and spirit to feel peaceful, empowered, and open to love without fear, guilt, embarrassment, shame, or anger. As you will see, specifically in Chapters 9, “Breaking Through Blocks to Bliss,” and 17, “Sexual Healing to Set You Free,” sexual healing involves three steps: 1. Identifying past hurts (either real or imagined) through sexual stimulation and meditation. 2. Releasing powerful emotions attached to these hurts. 3. Replacing the hurt with positive experience and emotions. Tantric Sex as Magic Throughout this book and specifically in Chapter 15, “Make It Juicy with Magic and Play,” I’ll guide you through rituals and creative new techniques that will heal your hurts, make you feel young, and expand your ability to love and experience joy. A Powerful Chemical Cocktail to Bliss Tantric sex practices affect you in many dimensions— your senses, spirit, mind, body, and soul. Real changes occur in the body that are consistent with ecstatic states, including the flow of chemicals that lead to euphoria. These include endorphins (called “the pleasure chemical”), oxytocin (called the “cuddle chemical”), Dr. Judy’s TantrAdvice You might enjoy renting the popular movie Bliss, which is about the healing and personal growth that is possible through tantric practice. However, be aware that the true spiritual aspects are barely touched upon and the story is obviously skewed to conform to the needs of a marketable Hollywood drama. 

7 Chapter 1 ➤ What Is Tantric Sex? phenylethlyamanime (another pleasure chemical), and adrenaline (an activating chemical). Different practices stimulate the nervous system to create either excitation or relaxation. Although tantric sex practices have not been studied in the laboratory, other related research has shown how certain activities that alter the brain and body are routes to bliss. Meditation, key to certain tantric practices, has been extensively researched and shown to have positive effects on brain wave activity, specifically causing relaxation responses. In preliminary research, a California sexologist measured women’s brain wave activity during relaxation, imagery, and tantric-related masturbatory activity and showed that women who practice tantric activities can induce brain waves during self-pleasuring that are associated with pleasurable altered states of consciousness. Find and Follow the Pathways of Energy In tantric sex you discover energy pathways in the body and concentrate on controlling the movement of that energy within those pathways. You interweave those energies with your partner to dissolve feelings of separation and to become united. As you will discover in Chapter 2, “The Basics: Yes, Yin Yang, Yoni, and Yab Yum,” tantric sex brings together key glands in the brain (the pineal and pituitary glands) that correspond to energy centers, or chakras. When this happens, you will see how grand it is! How the West Revived Eastern Tantric Sex Practices Ancient Eastern cultures have been practicing some of these sacred sex traditions for centuries. Unfortunately, through political upheavals, religious objections, and cultural changes in those societies, the practices were suppressed or forgotten. It’s amazing that these practices are being revived now in America and being returned to their origins by key figures in the field—as well as by me in my current extensive work in the Orient. I call this the “Enlightenment Road” for new thinkers, bringing precious new ways of life from one country to another, much like traders brought their wares along the famous “Silk Road” through China centuries ago. Blocks to Bliss Don’t get so carried away in the pursuit of bliss that you forget that the goal behind the practice of tantric sex is the attainment of wisdom, enlightenment, and the benefit of all mankind, not just individual pleasure. 

Part 1 ➤ An Introduction to Tantric Sex: The Spiritual Path to Sacred Love 8 Although meditation from Eastern gurus such as Swamis Muktananda and Sachidananda became popular about 25 years ago, and tantric sex practices were similarly introduced by Easterners such as Mantak Chia, the practices became mainstream only about a decade ago. Tantric sex practices were revived mainly by students of related arts of yoga and meditation in the West, who came upon teachings of tantra and integrated them into their own practices. Although tantric practices were developed in the Eastern part of the world, they are particularly applicable and appealing to the Western world today. Here are 10 ways tantric sex has modern-day appeal to the West: 1. Tantric sex promises simple steps and instant results, which are appealing to Westerners who are conditioned to “instant” lifestyles (instant coffee, fast food, instant gratification) and quick fixes. 2. The practices are based on channeling and using desire, rather than denying desire. Most Westerners don’t like the idea of abandoning desire, but adapting it to reach higher states is acceptable and even appealing. Me with Chinese colleagues answering calls on a Shanghai hotline. Signing books at a national Chinese book fair. 

9 Chapter 1 ➤ What Is Tantric Sex? 3. The practices don’t require the traditional retreat from society. Mainstream Westerners are not willing to find ecstasy and enlightenment by joining an ashram for years of quiet meditation, shaving their heads, wearing orange robes, or giving up worldly goods. 4. Tantric sex is based on the principle of transformation of energy; Westerners are familiar with this concept in physics, electronics, and modern technology. 5. Westerners like to control (things, themselves, others); tantra harnesses control by practices that channel energy into different body parts and for specific purposes. Tantra Tales Perhaps one of the most notable bridges between Eastern and Western thought in our time is the Indian mystic Osho, who knew he had to adapt the most austere Eastern meditation practices to make them more appealing to Westerners. He set up a retreat center in America in the 1970s. His lectures were peppered with jokes and included freeform dancing to live bands and celebration, and courses taught subjects like psychic massage, aromatherapy, and astrology. 6. Tantric sex practices encourage experience and self-determination, practical dayto-day rituals, and a step-by-step approach to achieving higher states of peacefulness, bliss, and consciousness rather than blind faith, which is not as appealing to Westerners accustomed to questioning belief systems. 7. Tantric sex starts with individual practice, which generates into practice with a partner that can then benefit the whole society. This is consistent with the individualism that is the basis of Western society. 8. Tantric sex hails self-discovery, a practice consistent with the Western obsession with self-improvement and self-mastery. 9. Tantric sex honors the human body, consistent with Western appreciation and focus on the body. Far from being a hindrance to enlightenment, the body is considered the vehicle for bliss. 10. Tantric sex practices encourage heightening the senses through beautiful clothing, attractive surroundings, and stimulation of all the senses, which is consistent with Western obsessions with worldly pleasures. 

Part 1 ➤ An Introduction to Tantric Sex: The Spiritual Path to Sacred Love 10 Sacred Sex Sacred sex refers to the connection between two higher selves for the intention of a divine union—not for physical thrill, lust, or intent to use another person for personal sexual or emotional satisfaction. The coming together of two beings is considered an act of godliness, to be taken seriously and done with great reverence, serving as a bridge between the physical world and the spiritual world and reached via the vehicle of the body and breath. Several different types of tantra are practiced and taught in modern times. Some of these preserve the ancient traditions; others have adapted some practices to suit more Western or modern ways. However, most of the ideas are based on similar principles, such as: 

➤ Sexuality is sacred. 
➤ All beings are connected and equal. 
➤ Sexual energy can be directed and channeled for the benefit of the individual, couple, and all beings. 
➤ Sexual union is the road to higher consciousness and ecstasy. 
➤ The breath is the key to releasing this powerful energy. Even if you know nothing of tantra yet, you might know about, have heard a friend talk about, or had a taste yourself of an experience in which you were making love and “melted into” your partner, or “felt at one with the universe.” Tantric lovemaking leads to this merging of the self with the beloved and the universe. This can be a challenge, because it requires suspending the rational mind—the thinking, worrying, critical part that defines who we think we are and our daily interests, needs, and problems. Oh, the mind struggles against giving up its worrying—after all, as tantric teacher Bodhi Avinasha says, “If it gave up worry, might the mind then be out of a job?” The mind constantly tells you, “I need this”; “I should do that”; “I don’t like this.” Tantric sex gives you a chance to stop the ego and the mind from this longing and worrying. Ecstasy Essentials Critics claim that Westerners have diluted or tainted the practices of tantric sex from the pure form that originated centuries ago. Westerners actually should be credited for reviving (even if somewhat revising) practices that were neglected for centuries. Tantra Tutorial To release the ego, you can call upon your higher self, or the wise part of you that is above judgments, worldly fears, and fear of the unknown. In quiet moments, some people find it easier to visualize this self as actually above the head, looking down on the problem or situation and witnessing it. 

11 Chapter 1 ➤ What Is Tantric Sex? Myths About Tantra and Tantric Sex Because tantra celebrates sexuality, it has become ripe for criticism and misunderstanding. Here are some myths and truths about tantric sex: Myth: Tantric sex is all about sex. Truth: Tantric sex practices sometimes do not even include genital contact—they are really about energetic and spiritual contact between partners. Intercourse or the connection of genitals only serves to heighten the energetic connection when a couple is ready for that intimate stage. Myth: Practicing tantra means you give up pleasure. Truth: This myth is the opposite of the mistaken belief I just addressed that tantra is all about sex; neither extreme is true. Tantra does not require a renunciation of pleasure, even though some yogic practices do; rather tantra is an enhancement of joy and pleasure. The tantric sex path does not see desire as something to be denied, as if you have to mimic the image of the Buddha sitting silently meditating cross-legged, alone, not thinking of anything—and giving up sex. Instead, tantra recognizes the powerful force that sex plays in our lives and harnesses it to achieve states of bliss beyond just physical pleasure. Myth: Tantric sex encourages indulgences of the appetites, which leads to affairs or orgies. Truth: Tantric sex does not advocate indulging uncontrolled sexual or other appetites, or multiplying your desires and wallowing in pleasure. In fact, it trains us to control desire to channel it to higher purposes. 

What’s more, connection between two people is meant to be considered very seriously and commitment highly regarded. Although some people use tantric sex as a way to rationalize having sex with many different people or many people at once, this is not the spirit of true tantra. Sexuality is not meant to be flittered away mindlessly or thoughtlessly, but honored and intended for the purpose of higher states of consciousness, rather than simply physical stimulation or satisfaction. You could even say that you can resist sexual contact with others because you are trained to be able to connect with others emotionally and spiritually, without having to engage bodies in sex. In a true tantric practitioner, a newly liberated libido does not act out promiscuous desires. Dr. Judy’s TantrAdvice To understand the difference between allowing pleasure rather than grasping for it, imagine a person you desire in front of you. First, picture stepping forward and grabbing for that person, who stays out of your reach. Feel your frustration and heart pounding. In contrast, picture staying in place and seeing that physical being dissolved into a ray of light that either comes to you or not. Experience a more peaceful and expansive feeling within yourself. 

Part 1 ➤ An Introduction to Tantric Sex: The Spiritual Path to Sacred Love 12 Myth: Tantric sex turns you into a sex maniac. Truth: Tantric sex does release your sexual energy and give you full permission to express yourself—so the tendency to act out sexually is possible, but only if you misuse the practices. If you learn the practices responsibly, you will overcome any tendencies to have random, meaningless sex. Myth: Tantric sex is for Easterners and is not consistent with how we see sex in the West. Truth: As I mentioned earlier in this chapter, tantric sex practices are actually quite consistent with our Western way of thinking. The focus on the individual, the acceptance of pleasure, and clearly defined steps are a perfect fit with the way Westerners currently live their lives. Tantric sex retools these approaches to be more aligned with the road to true ecstasy. Myth: Tantra is a religion and a cult that will trap or brainwash you. Truth: Tantra is neither a religion or a cult. The genuine ethical tantra teachers do not want to control you; they merely guide you in a series of practices that you choose for yourself and adapt into your life. Myth: It takes a long time to learn how to do tantric sex. Truth: One of the beautiful aspects of the tantric path is that the practices can be put into effect immediately and results noticed. In just one weekend workshop you can learn enough basic ideas and practical exercises to immediately improve your sex life and general feelings about yourself, which will generate to every part of your life. Why Tantric Sex Now? Several factors have led to the popularity of tantric sex in our modern times: 

➤ In the last two decades of the twentieth century, couples and singles suffered great distress and frustration over relationships and searched for solutions in all directions. Self-help books and courses have become increasingly popular as people seek solutions to finding and keeping the love they want. People could choose from a growing number of approaches once considered “alternative” or Dr. Judy’s TantrAdvice If a married woman feels attracted to another man, instead of having an affair, in tantric practice she would watch her feelings, meditate on them, and follow the force of that fantasy to bring new energy into her sex life with her husband. Blocks to Bliss Beware of anyone, tantra teacher or otherwise, who demands that you follow them rigidly; give up your life, friends, or family; or sign over your finances. 

13 Chapter 1 ➤ What Is Tantric Sex? “pop psychology,” but that are now much more mainstream. The options are innumerable, as is evidenced by the growing number of self-enrichment and alternative health and healing centers. 

➤ Co-dependency and addictions of all kinds, which stem from lack of love and true intimate connection, have escalated. Sufferers and health experts are seeking, and willing to try, many new kinds of solutions to these problems. 

➤ We are moving away from the view of relationships as “dysfunctional”—which emphasizes only negative patterns of behavior— toward a more positive view, which focuses on the potential for healthy interactions. 

➤ People have increasingly turned to medications to relieve depression and anxiety (disorders that have reached epidemic proportions), yet found these solutions disappointing. 

➤ Pressures of corporate downsizing, increased consumerism, and technological advances have put increasing strain on relationships, causing loneliness and isolation and turning people toward Eastern philosophies, which shun materialism. 
➤ The growing interest in improving relationships and attaining a deeper connection between lovers has led gradually to the resurgence of the Age of Aquarius, with its interest in what’s come to be called spirituality. This spirituality focuses attention on the deeper parts of one’s soul, instead of just rational reasons for coupling or particular ways that couples can stay together. 
➤ World tensions, terrorism, and war have increased people’s distrust and distress, and therefore a desire for peace both internally and in their daily life. Tantra stands for that trust and peace, in the internal and external worlds. Twelve Benefits of Tantric Sex Practices Devoting yourself to any practice has to have payoffs. There are many dividends from investing time and energy into tantric sex. Tantric sex practices can help you achieve the following: Tantra Tutorial Once “alternative” but now more mainstream methods for personal growth and health range from bodywork or massage techniques to past-life regression (imagining eras in which you might have lived previously that helps explain your relationships, problems, or goals in the present). 

Part 1 ➤ An Introduction to Tantric Sex: The Spiritual Path to Sacred Love 14 1. Expand your possibilities for love. Tantric sex shows you how to deepen the physical and spiritual connection with your partner, and nurture and love yourself. 2. Rejuvenate your health. Practicing tantric sex has physiological and psychological effects that maintain—and regain—health. For example, breathing techniques bring more air into the body, nourishing the tissues and muscles. Research has shown a link between the effects of relaxation, meditation, and spirituality and better physical and emotional health. People who are spiritual have lower blood pressure, lower levels of anxiety and depression, more stable hormone levels, and better functioning immune systems. 3. Tap into the fountain of youth. For all the health benefits mentioned previously, practicing tantra can make you feel and look young again. 4. Empower women. Many women suffer from low self-esteem. They might have a poor body image or they might give in to sex when they would really like to say no or not tell their partner what they really want. In tantric sex, women are treated with the respect and honor they desire and deserve. 5. Empower men. So many men worry about their penis size, and how long they last in sex. Many also don’t know how to commit or really please a woman. When men feel more empowered in sex, they become more confident and open to being more caring in their relationship.

6. Help you achieve true satisfaction from sex. When the sex act is over, are you ever left with the feeling that you’re not really finished? This is often because the sexual act does not go beyond the genitals—it does not touch the heart. In tantric sex, you can reach the state in which every cell in your body feels nurtured from the soul connection you feel with your partner. When sex happens with this kind of heart connection, both body and mind are fed. 

7. Alleviate anxieties and depression. Statistics show millions of men and women suffer from anxiety and depression, including symptoms like fatigue, listlessness, and sleeping and eating disturbances. Tantric sex provides an enormous source of energy to the body and peacefulness to the mind that overcomes these problems.
8. Elevate sex. When you elevate sex to a level of sacredness, it takes on a richer dimension than a mere physical act. 

9. Prolong pleasure. Tantric sex techniques make lovemaking—including the afterglow—last a long time. This occurs not only through ejaculatory control but by learning to direct sexual energy anywhere in the body or into spiritual manifestations. 
10. Heal past emotional wounds. Tantric sex can help you heal past hurts from all kinds of painful or traumatic experiences in which you felt betrayed or abused. 

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What Is Tantric Sex? Instead, it helps you create experiences of being honored and respected in sex and in life in general. 11. Deepen your connection to others. Tantric sex gives more meaning to life and enriches your relationships. 12. Affect the world positively. Your personal gains cause you to generate more positive and loving energy outwardly, extending to everyone you come into contact with, even altering the energy of the planet (since all things on a metaphysical or spiritual level are interrelated). Tantra Tales Michelle noticed that her husband was less enthusiastic about their sex life after only two years of being together. She admitted that she had grown more inhibited, spending less time touching him and only allowing intercourse without giving him the oral pleasure he once enjoyed so much. Learning tantric sex practices turned all this around. Michelle committed herself to becoming a better lover, offering to massage her husband all over, experimenting with new ways of pleasing him, following her instinct and sensing what he would enjoy. Are You Ready for Tantra? How do you know whether you’re ready for tantric sex practices? Take this quiz to see whether these practices will be consistent with where you are now in your spiritual journey. Share this quiz with your partner to see if he or she is also ready to begin these practices. The “Are You Ready for Tantra?” 

Quiz Check Yes or No for each of the following questions: 1. Are you willing to change the way you have sex now ❏ Yes ❏ No to have a deeper, more meaningful experience? 2. Do you believe that how you breathe affects your ❏ Yes ❏ No sexual experience? 3. Do you think that women can have multiple orgasms ❏ Yes ❏ No but men cannot? 

Part 1 ➤ An Introduction to Tantric Sex: The Spiritual Path to Sacred Love 16 4. Do you think a man should be a “man” and a woman ❏ Yes ❏ No should be a “woman,” with no crossover in those roles? 5. Do you think that a man has to ejaculate to achieve ❏ Yes ❏ No pleasure? 6. Do you want lovemaking to last longer? ❏ Yes ❏ No 7. Do you think you must have an orgasm to be ❏ Yes ❏ No satisfied in sex? 8. Do you need a certain type of lover to be happy? ❏ Yes ❏ No 9. Do you want to have sex with your partner on a ❏ Yes ❏ No high spiritual level? 10. Do you think that your loving can influence more ❏ Yes ❏ No peace on earth? Scoring: Count the total number of Yes and No answers you have to the preceding questions, according to the following: Number of Yes answers to questions 1, 2, 6, 9, 10: Number of No answers to questions 3, 4, 5, 7, 8: My total score = My partner’s total score = If your total score is more than 5, you are really ready for tantric practice. You believe in channeling pleasure for higher purpose and want to use lovemaking to achieve an energetic exchange with a partner. You are willing to enthusiastically participate in tantric training and are ready to learn the skills that will enable you to use your sexuality in a sacred way. If your total is between 3 and 5, you have the potential to start tantric practice and would benefit greatly from taking a tantric course. Read on to learn more about tantric sex, and spark your interest and commitment to harnessing the potential you already have. If your total is less than 3, you have skepticism about how to harness sexuality, but still should read on and consider how to integrate these new, exciting practices into your life. The Ten Pledges of the Tantric Sex Path Once you have committed to the path of tantric sex, see how the following pledges feel to you. Hopefully, a peaceful feeling washes over you (your breath more even, mind restful) as you read these sentences: 

17 Chapter 1 ➤ What Is Tantric Sex? 1. I pledge to explore the divinity within myself. 2. I pledge to honor the god and goddesses divinities in others. 3. I pledge to explore my sensuality and sexuality as a way to rejuvenate my organs of blocked emotions. 4. I pledge to balance my inner being, my relationships, and my environment. 5. I pledge to apply my balance and bliss for the good of the rest of the world. 6. I pledge to discover my sensuality for harmonious relationships. 7. I pledge to remove emotional obstacles from my past or present, to free me to express my inner being and joy. 8. I pledge to connect with my inner child for joy. 9. I pledge to be both a healer and a lover for my partner and myself. 10. I pledge to use my sexual energy wisely and judiciously for increased selfconfidence, gentleness, power, pleasure, harmony, and freedom for myself, my beloveds, and others in this world. The Least You Need to Know 

➤ The practices of tantric sex can lead you to more satisfying, blissful sex; but even more important, to higher states of consciousness and better relationships. 
➤ Although tantric sex practices originated in ancient Eastern cultures, they can be easily integrated into the Western way of life. 
➤ Tantric sexual practices have many physical, emotional, interpersonal, and spiritual benefits. 
➤ Anyone can follow tantric sex practices as long as they are willing to make changes in their attitudes and behaviors and make a commitment to an honorable and respectful way of life.

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