You can see it, you can feel it — nice, slow lovemaking where all you do is focus on your sensations.
Sex therapists are all about it. Whether your sex life is in a rut, has become routine or has been sabotaged by a sexual problem, becoming sensate-focused can renew your sex life as you rediscover each other.
A series of behavioral practices, sensate focus exercises offer variety and increased personal awareness through basic touch.
They will challenge your beliefs and assumptions about what makes for a rewarding sexual exchange. They will put you in a new mindset, one that will expand your capacity for erotic pleasure.
So what does this approach involve? And what makes it so incredibly effective? Read more
Thursday, April 30, 2009
FOXSexpert Yvonne K. Fulbright discusses the latest trend in sex therapy: sensate focus sex. To me, sensate focus sex sounds like a new name for an ancient practice: Tantric lovemaking.
Saturday, April 25, 2009
How men and women achieve the best orgasm is different between the sexes. Recent studies indicate that orgasms through intercourse may have significant health benefits for women.
We are all aware of the risks of high cholesterol, lack of exercise and stress. But surely there is one part of our lives that should be uncomplicated: the orgasm. Well, apparently not.
Recent evidence suggests that, for both men and women, how we get there has big implications for what it does for us.
For a man, the more wild and thrilling the sex, the closer it is to when he met his mate, the greater his chance of impregnating her. According to a recent Channel 4 documentary, men who are fully stimulated because they are enjoying “gourmet sex” will ejaculate up to 50 per cent more, and with sperm of a better quality. But the way that women orgasm also has important medical implications. Read more
Friday, April 17, 2009
In this episode of Sex: Tantra and Kama Sutra, Francesca Gentille interviews Christy Wines, who charmingly reveals her beginnings as a conservative girl from the Midwest and her journey to becoming a Tantric practitioner. Discover Tantra as an instrument for expansion and the soul journey in relationships. Experience God through the senses and unlock your natural shaman. Listen
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Does the Kama Sutra need to come with a warning label? A couple attempting "the deck chair" position from the Kama Sutra had to call paramedics after she spasmed, trapping her husband in the act.
A kinky couple were rushed to hospital after getting trapped in a position from the Kama Sutra sex manual.
Horrified Ivan Sokolov, 56, found he was stuck fast when his wife Valentina 51, had a muscle spasm as they romped in a position known as the "deck chair".
After failing for an hour to free themselves the red-faced couple dialled paramedics in Kalhuga, central Russia, for help. Read more
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Maya Silverman, author of The Erotic Massage Guide: Unleash the Power of Touch, says that not only do multiple orgasms exist, but that you can use Tantric sex to have one.
The multiple orgasm has become somewhat of a sexual Holy Grail; often eluded to as the ultimate sexual experience, but frustratingly hard to achieve. It seems as though multiple orgasms should be filed away as relationship urban myth, desirable and yet unachievable as it may be.
Yes, Multiple Orgasms Do Exist
However, if you’re a follower of Tantra, a spiritual path that utilizes specific body sensations, vocalizations and movements in order to awaken and channel divine sexual energy, then you not only know that multiple orgasms exist; most likely you experience this intense sexual and spiritual bliss during every lovemaking session!
If you’re ready to awaken your multi-orgasmic potential through the art of tantric practices, then get ready to spice up your sexual life! Read more