The Heart of Tantric Sex: A Unique Guide to Love and Sexual Fulfillment
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If you believe your relationship can improve by having better sex, then we think you should buy this handbook on tantric sex and try some high-energy level tantra sex next time you are in the bedroom (or somewhere else). It could change your connection completely. Tantra: The Supreme Understanding
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Ok, now that the criticism is out of the way, I should also comment on what I liked about the book. As a beginners guide to Tantric Sex, I think it both failed and succeeded in providing an easy-to-follow introduction to the topic, with some pretty simple and even fun exercises which couples can use to explore their own sexual and spiritual relationship. For many couples, the possibility of slowing things down, becoming aware of the moment and each other, looking into their partner’s eyes and not even thinking about jumping on top of the other for 10 minutes of sweat and humping until orgasm, is a very foreign concept. Once arousal begins in many of us, we tend to allow those evolutionarily determined instincts to mount and come, to take over until we do. Sure some lovers are more attentive and aware of their partner’s needs and desires, but so much of the sex practised by many couples is routine, physical and driven my orgasm rather than mindful conscious awareness. The Heart of Tantric Sex certainly challenges one to reconsider old habits and practices around sex and if you are already spiritually inclined and familiar with mindfulness, then Diana Richardson’s coverage of mindful and Tantric sex will certainly encourage you to introduce these spiritual practices in the bedroom. American author David Deida writes about sexuality and spirituality, with particular concern for relationships between men and women and the ways in which masculine and feminine energies interact. Written by an Indian swami and tantra guru who has taught students all over the world, it takes a traditional approach with emphasis on the history and cultural meaning of tantra. Uma Dinsmore-Tuli is an academic and a teacher of tantra, known for her work with women and tantra healing.This book is a basic text for those who want to understand tantra on a deeper level. Written by an Indian Swami (master) and Tantra Guru who has taught students all over the world, it takes a traditional approach with an emphasis on the history and cultural significance of Tantra. I learnt heaps of practical things in this book, and also love how it looks at the way your sexuality impacts the rest of your life: relationship, career, body-image, lots. This is really important to me: I’ve noticed how much my sensuality affects how I am in my own body, the choices I make, the power I claim, the ability for me to let go… This book supports you in creating an orgasmic LIFE. We recommend this book to anyone who wants to discover what tantra is and how to practice it. Don’t be misinformed about this spiritual movement and start your personal journey with ‘Tantra Illuminated’. The Heart of Tantric Sex: A Unique Guide to Love and Sexual Fulfillment
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If there is one thing you should learn from sex educator Barbara Carrellas, it is that Urban Tantra can be your guide in a fast moving world that allows for little relaxation and sexual exploration. Take your time to discover the simple techniques in this book, and we think the sexual relationship with yourself and/or your partner will improve drastically. 9.Tantric Massage: Sensual Massage Guide to Tantra Massage with Illustrated Tantra Techniques In simple words, after getting this book, the secrets Tantric techniques that you will discover will improve your sex life thanks to a new and deeply spiritual vision. This is a super powerful book by Baba Dez, the guy who started the International School of Temple Arts (amaaazing), and his pal, Kamala Devi. However, if you ‘re open to new experiences and are looking for a way to connect with yourself and with the world around you, then tantra may be a valuable practice for you to explore. 3 benefits of tantra Are you interested in the basic principles of tantra and letting go of your ego? Then this is your ideal book to start with. The ancient teaching will come to life and transform your being as a human. Urban Tantra, Second Edition: Sacred Sex for the Twenty-First CenturyIn her book, The Heart of Tantric Sex, Diana Richardson makes these ancient teachings approachable, expressing this ancient wisdom in a modern and practical way. Christopher D. Wallis will explain the origin of Tantra to you, and he will help you get rid of any misinformation you might have had about it up until now. The original Sanskrit sources were used to write this book, and in our opinion that makes this book worth a place in our top 10 list. 4.The Deep Yes: The Lost Art of True Receiving The book covers Tantra as a spiritual path, techniques for opening the heart and exploring one’s sexuality, and how to activate one’s sexual energy for greater fulfillment. Orgasm can be loosely divided into two categories--peak orgasm or valley orgasm. Naturally there can be a whole range of experiences between a peak and a valley, but what distinguishes one type from the other is the very basis of each type--the peak orgasm depends on an active building up of excitement and the valley orgasm rises into excitement through a state of complete relaxation.
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So, how can you apply ancient Hinduism and Buddhism principles to achieve mind-blowing Tantric sex?
Until now, whether he likes it or not, erection has been considered a man’s job, which has formed a big part of his performance pressure. Conventionally, erection depends on stimulation and excitement. And many anxieties or fears exist about erection that can cause a disturbance in the psyche.