Saturday, January 30, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Tantra sexuality places sublime attention on your genitals, in a way and manner unfamiliar to many westerners. Need convincing? Just consider some of the euphemisms for the penis: Prick, mister stiffy, admiral winky, bald avenger, chicksicle, executive staff member, boner. Nothing inherently wrong with these … if you like to objectify your body (which is not synonymous with playing, touching, and loving your private parts, all totally natural and good activities to participate in).
And what do these have in common besides being invented in the Junior High locker room? They focus only on one state of a man’s body – penis erectus. More to the point, they are misleading. Turns out, smaller to average-sized penises do a better job of giving a woman a g-spot orgasm Read more
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Everyone is familiar with fantasy; most people have direct experience with it, either masturbation or during lovemaking itself.
The Tantric concept of fantasy is not so simple as conjuring up images in one's mind of *hot babes* or *studs*--and (groan) it takes lots of practice. This practice should be begun after attaining at least a fair degree of control over breath, mantra, and meditation. It involves visualization-- imagination on a mundane level, but raised to such a level that it becomes truth. And ('nother groan) this type of fantasy-meditation should be undertaken by the beginner alone and without any direct sexual stimulation.
A simple beginning exercise has been prescribed and handed down directly through generations of Tantric spiritual teachers and their students; a description follows:
Sit in Padmasana (full lotus) or lie on the back, arms at sides, palms turned up, as in Savasana (corpse pose). Breathe fully and deeply, blowing out all stale air, drawing vital prana in and down, expanding first the abdomen, then the ribcage, and finally the throat; then releasing the breath in the opposite manner. Concentrate the mind completely on each body part in turn. Tense the body (contraction), then relax completely (expansion). One the body feels harmonious and at ease, be still, slow the breathing, and focus on the mantra of your own breath-pattern. Read more
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Our Sexually Immature Culture
Our society is full of tease, titillation and men taught to look at women as sex objects. We have no meaningful intimacy education and never will until we drop the false sexual repressiveness of religion used for controlling people and reorient ourselves towards loving sexual fulfilment.
We are not born naturally good at sex and we have little or no training in sexuality other than by hit and miss experimentation. We are largely conditioned by a belief system that often instills guilt, fear, insecurity or shame in our sexuality. We need to take back sexuality and integrate it with our spirits in a way that results in much more love, intimacy and fulfilment than what our culture has taught us. That is the basic teaching of Tantra.
Many couples have terrible sexual relations, since they have never been taught fulfilling sexuality, which doesn’t just come naturally hiding by yourselves in a dark bedroom. Men especially often have no idea how to give maximum pleasure to a women. Real responsible sex education is needed, not Christian repression based on mistranslated or misinterpreted scripture. Read more
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Maheshani, meditate as being absorbed in the yoni cakra, with yoni on the tongue, yoni in the mind, yoni in the ears and yoni in the eyes. Mighty Lady, all sadhana is vain unless with the yoni. Therefore,reject other pujas and do Yoni Puja. Maheshani, there is no siddhi without devotion to the Guru - Yoni Tantra, X
The Tantrik tradition has come to be viewed as synonymous in the West with sexuality. And, to some extent, that's the case in Asia too, mostly because of the pervasive influence of Western education. What is the truth?
The Web pages on this site cover a multitude of different subjects and this reflects the tantrik tradition which spans a huge range of topics.
Many interested in the topic, however, think tantra is equivalent to sex and focus on one specific rite, particular to the Kaula and Vamachara schools of tantra, and on the "five things", the so-called Panchamakara, including sexual intercourse, that are part of it. Vatsyayana's Kama Sutra, for instance, has little or nothing to do with the tantrik tradition but it is true that prior to the Muslim and Christian invasions of the sub-continent, the culture had a healthy interest in sexuality and also had the sensual language of Sanskrit to express it. Read more
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Saturday, January 16, 2010
More and more often these days we are seeing so many different sex websites and the popularity of these sites is reaching an all time high! This is because our understanding of sex and sexuality is all wrong! It is not only an act in itself between two people. It is not just for reproduction. Ideally sex it should more open that people should be at ease to talk about and express their own feelings rather than suppressing them. Sex is individual, shared between two people and it is also the act of opening our sexual energy. In reality sex is a major opening for us to learn more about ourselves on different levels.
Sex is an energy-centered act and what I mean by this is, when two souls become involved a relationship of growth together, sex becomes the main source of exchanging their energy with each other. Read more
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Sexuality is just more than physical urge and that is where, the species home sapiens differ from others! Unfortunately, nowadays, dysfunction of sexual organs in humans is becoming common. All thanks to bad lifestyle and dietary habits. Nevertheless, there is a solution to get rid of anxiety and depression about performing various sexual activities. Tantric Healing Session is one of the most powerful tools to overcome anxiousness and nervousness in sex and bring divinity in sensuality.
Performing like a bull on the bed is never so easy as even a man who appears to be a macho may feel shy undressing himself against his sexual partner. There are lots of factors that come into consideration when it is all about feeling the peak during sexuality. Low self-esteem, fear of how to perform and perplexity in expression sexual love –all make lovemaking difficult. This, in turn, may impact badly on sexual relationship ending it permanently. Read more
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Along with the use of postures (asana), breath control (pranayama), mantras (sound and thought vibrations) and mudras, another fundamental part of kundalini tantra yoga is the use of bandhas, or body locks. In the past, I have discussed the most important lock, the Root Lock, and how it’s clever use can greatly enhance any yoga practice. You will find that discussion in the article 5 Simple Yoga Tips to Elevate You Practice. Today though I am going to take the use of Body Lock exercises to the next level, and discuss the use of the advanced tantric technique, Triple Lock or Maha Bandha, for advancing your yoga expertise.
Maha Bandha, which literarily means the Great Lock, is the combination of Root Lock (Moola Bandha), Diaphragm Lock (Uddiyana Bandha) as well as Neck Lock (Jalandhara Bandha). Read more
Saturday, January 9, 2010
Thursday, January 7, 2010
What makes Tantra unique from most spiritual practices is that Tantra embraces the senses as a path to the Divine. It sees the body as a temple for Consciousness to play and explore the material plane. Tantra uses the senses to expand awareness. One way this is done is through the Sensory Awakening Ritual. You and your partner explore the art of giving and receiving pleasure by activating the senses. There is something profound about surrendering totally and allowing all your senses to respond and be awakened. It is a sensuous process that can be light and playful or erotically charged. This ritual is a wonderful way to begin a romantic evening or weekend with your beloved. Read more
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
In The Vagina Monologues, playwright Eve Ensler reported that she asked 600 women this question: “If your vagina could speak, what would it say?” The answer she overwhelmingly heard was, “Slow down!”
Ah, the proverbial frustration of every vulva and the woman to which it belongs; just because a gal has a female fun button does not mean it should be treated like a Fisher-Price toy. When it comes to sensual satisfaction, there’s an art to clitoral/vaginal/ female-genitalia persuasion. For every lover out there who has learned how to make our parts hum so sweetly, there are a dozen Tom, Dicks and Harrys (no pun intended of course) who could benefit from some lust lessons.
Diana Daffner has been rescuing couples from the sexual doldrums and dissatisfaction for 15 years. The author of several books and tapes on tantra sex, including the most recent, Tantric Sex for Busy Couples, she offers this sexy advice: Read more
Saturday, January 2, 2010
Let's analyze the working and logic behind the three techniques which have been and which will keep on driving the Universe for ever and ever. These are Yantra, Mantra and Tantra. Here is a brief definition for each of them to start with.
Yantra : A Yantra is a device designed to get some specific results. Read more