When people hear the word Tantra, they usually think of the esoteric postures depicted in the Kama Sutra. That's if they've heard of it at all. Personally, I have found many unexpected health benefits from practicing this ancient form of meditation and related breath practices.
When I began Tantra in 1996, I had no idea back then how powerful Tantra was to become in every aspect of my life.
Very soon, after embarking on the Tantric path, I became aware of a quieting down in the mind, something I had been trying to accomplish for years to no avail. This alone helped me to reduce my stress levels. But that’s not all; that was only the beginning. Read more
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Laurie Handlers says that she has found five health benefits from the practice of Tantra.
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Alexa Erickson explains what Tantric sex is and how to actually incorporate it into your life.
If you’re not entirely familiar with tantric sex, you may be under the assumption that it’s simply about having marathon sex sessions. And while that in itself may sound both wonderful and incredibly intimidating, the actual tantric experience is so much more than that. Read more
Thursday, January 12, 2017
You shouldn't adopt a hand-off policy during oral sex, says Svetlana Ivanova. Using these five finger techniques can make oral sex even better.
Oral sex is mainly about the mouth and tongue, but that doesn't mean you should adopt a hands-off policy when going down on your lover. Skillful fingers work quite well to help build the sexual tension that will be released with orgasm. Adding these five finger techniques to your oral sex repertoire will add to your lover's pleasure. Read more
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Terrane breaks down the powerful sexual rituals in Tantra and sexology , In this video he breaks down ejaculation control, sex magic, Taoist sexual practices, and sacred sex rites .
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Discover how different ways of breathing can heighten your sexual experience, prolong orgasm, and help reach a point of connection with your partner.
Last week we looked at the power of eye contact when engaging in sexual activity and how it an enhance levels of intimacy and pleasure. Another basic necessity to consider is your breathing.
In the early stages of your relationship, you may very likely have experienced moments when at the touch of your partner where your breath hitched, your heart rate sped up and the next thing you knew your breath caught up with your heart rate and came fast and heavy. The action of breathing is not just to supply your body with oxygen and experimenting with different ways can enhance your sex life. Heightening your experience, prolonging orgasms and even reaching the point of connection with your partner, where you synchronise and share the intensity in both the physical and spiritual dimensions. Read more
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Tantric sex expert reveals Tantric techniques for simultaneous orgasms in answer to a reader questions.
Question: My boyfriend comes too quickly. He lasts maybe 10 minutes usually — 15 minutes tops, but I take longer to orgasm. How can I teach him to pace himself? We have a really great emotional connection, and I don’t want to break up with him, but I am sexually frustrated most of the time.
The good news is it’s probably not the medical definition of premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation, which is a form of erectile dysfunction, is when a man ejaculates before or within about a minute of penetration. This means that 10 to 15 minutes is a good sign that your man can probably practice and be trained to last longer. Read more
Thursday, December 29, 2016
Discover what a full-body orgasm is and how to have one.
I ask a lot of questions in a session, but I also listen. One thing I inquire about is if the person has experienced the rise of kundalini energy or of their sexual energy or fire energy, or if their orgasms are only felt in the fire chakra or sex region. Most people state that they experience an orgasm only in their sex region.
If an orgasm is only felt in the pelvis the biology behind that is the rest of the body isn’t engaged or stimulated. There is a lack of response in the rest of the body as it hasn’t been touched and the overall energy level in the body is low. Yes, stimulating the sex organs alone will produce an orgasm, but it will remain in the sex organs and not be a full body orgasm. Read more