Thursday, May 31, 2007

Energy Healing 101: Prana, Tantra, and Reiki

You have probably come across terms such as “chakra,” “prana,” “aura,” and “tantra” in the course of reading books on spirituality, sex, and healing in the New Age section of the bookstore, but what’s the real meaning of these words?

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Monday, May 21, 2007

Tantra and Kama Sutra: An Initimate Podcast with Lori Grace Star

Lori reveals how Tantra has changed her life and its comprehensive nature. Lori simplifies Tantric terms, such as energy, chakra, and ritual. Lori is an amazing speaker, full of soul and compassion. If you wonder how to take your relationship to a deeper level, this show will offer myriad of ideas.

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Monday, May 14, 2007

ASKMEN: Last Longer In Bed With Tantra

You know Tantra is moving into the mainstream when AskMen.com explores the sexual possibilities of the Indian tradition of Tantra.

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Thursday, May 10, 2007

The Friction Zone Technique

Though she doesn't write from a Tantric perspective, Svetlana Ivanova's post "Use the Friction Zone to Bring a Woman to Orgasm during Intercourse" explains a valuable technique to help women have an orgasm during sexual intercourse who have never had them before.
Many women don't get enough direct clitoral stimulation during intercourse to have an orgasm, but the Friction Zone Technique can often give women orgasms during intercourse who have never had them before. This thrusting technique stimulates the clitoris with the friction and pressure from the upper public region (the area right above the pubic bone), which we'll call the Friction Zone--Sex Secrets

Tuesday, May 8, 2007

The 4 Best Positions for Reaching a Tantric G-Spot Orgasm

A Tantric orgasm is a full body energy experience. G-spot stimulation is one way to access Tantric orgasms. The G-spot (Grafenberg spot) is a small, lima bean-shaped area on the upper side of the vaginal wall (tummy side), approximately 2-3 inches in. This spot feels different in texture than the rest of the vagina. It is spongy and coarser in texture than the rest of the vagina, which is normally how it is found. When the G-spot is stimulated, usually through hard pushing or constant rubbing, it causes intense orgasmic feelings that most women say exceeds a normal orgasmic response.