Tantra is a spiritual tradition that originated in India some 4,000 years ago. It is a way of life that celebrates and strives for the union of body, mind, heart and soul. Part of the delight of Tantra is that you can continue to learn and advance throughout years of practice; it is never-ending in its potential for growth. At the same time, it is a practice that yields immediate results. You can experience a difference in your lovemaking right now if you follow these nine simple steps.
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Tuesday, October 30, 2007
Monday, October 29, 2007
Dr. Patti Taylor interviews Carolena Fleishman, Director of the Sacred Space Institute. Carolena shares some simple breathing techniques you can do while sitting in an office or walking down the street, or even on a hot sexy dinner date. Then, get a step-by-step walk-through on how to have your beloved give you (or your lady) a juicy genital massage. Listen.
Friday, October 26, 2007
Improve the quality of your relationship and loving, increase the flow of sexual energy, and share a gentle yoga routine with your parter. Develop a regular practice for toning your bodies and balance body mind and spirit - in and out of the bedroom.
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Al Link and Pala Copeland share a Taoist lovemaking technique that brings great pleasure to a woman and helps a man to last.
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In this technique you combine a series of nine fairly quick shallow thrusts with one slow deep one. The shallow thrusts stimulate your partner's most sensitive vaginal tissues and at the same time create a vacuum effect that makes her ache for the deep thrust to come. And because most of your thrusts are shallow ones, exciting only the first few inches of your penis, you're able to rock on for much longer!
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Monday, October 22, 2007
Live with the Love Doctor: Listen to Al Link and Pala Copeland, authors of the Sexual Mastery Course, explain better ways of relating to ourselves and spirit in sexuality, doing this helps us appreciate ourselves more and get more in touch with that we are sexual as humans and how to get the most out of that even when single and not partnered.
Friday, October 19, 2007
"Soul gazing" is a simple, but profound, Tantric practice that is guaranteed to increase intimacy between partners.
Short, sweet, simple post, but maybe the most profound Tantric experience: looking into the eyes of your partner for long periods of time. Whenever I do it, it feels like my partner and I melt into one another. I lose all sense of boundaries, separateness. Nothing exists but his eyes, the beating of my heart and the halo that surrounds us.
To do this is simple...just gaze into the left eye, said to be the window to the soul. Read more
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Monday, October 15, 2007
Greenwoman at Green Rootsdown helps beginners get started with Tantra.
I think a huge misnomer about Tantra…or meditation for that matter…is that it takes lots of knowledge and lots of time.I love articles like this because there are always new people becoming interested in Tantra who can't find resources or a teacher. A new article on the basics of Tantra can get them started.
That’s not really true. It is like lots of other things in life. You start out small and as the effort rewards, you feel drawn toward more. It doesn’t feel like this huge effort, it feels like more of a good thing. Read more
Sunday, October 7, 2007
When a woman has an orgasm, she is exercising her sexual muscles, which play a big part in her orgasmic response and are partly responsible for her orgasmic capacity. If you have weak sexual muscles, you may have a hard time having an orgasm, or, at the very least, you will not have the powerful orgasms that you could be having. To have powerful, intense, and, especially, female-ejaculatory orgasms, you must have strong sexual muscles. The good news is that there are several exercises that can strengthen them. Read more
Thursday, October 4, 2007
Although the Yoni massage can be extremely stimulating, the purpose is not to bring the woman to orgasm. Rather, it is to relax both the giver and the receiver and to bring emotions to the surface. The experiences and feelings that a woman may have during the Yoni massage can be very different, ranging from anger, lust, sadness, or even indifference. Everything is possible and everything is allowed. The Yoni massage is not about focusing on a special kind of feeling or fulfilling a particular expectation. The idea is simply to observe and to experience. As you learn to master the Yoni massage, your sex life will be greatly enriched, and you will learn a great deal about feminine sexuality.