Tuesday, December 28, 2010

How Tantric Yoga Practices Enhance Potency and Bliss in the Body

Tantric educator Grace Rosen explains how Tantric yoga practices easily enhance potency and bliss in the body.
Question for Grace:
How do PC muscle pull ups help with ejaculation control or fitness?


WEBMD physician acknowledges that kegels for men may be beneficial for strengthening bladder control yet claims there is no evidence the kegel pull ups help with ED (erectile dysfunction) concerns.

Kegels are an inner exercise of engaging the web of 7 muscles I call the “lower bowl” of the body. This inner exercise is similar to a yogic banda or “energy lock” of the lower bowl of the body.

Tantric view is developing the agility and functioning of the lower bowl and the awareness of one’s levels or plateaus of arousal is a developmental milestone as important as the developmental milestone of anal sphincter awareness and consciousness of colonic peristalsis that enables us to have a bowl movement when nature calls. Read more

Thursday, December 23, 2010

How to Experience More Sexual Pleasure

Tantra teacher Tao Semko explains how to relax the pelvic floor in order to experience more sexual pleasure.
To relax into more pleasure, whether you're a man or a woman, start by relaxing the muscles of your pelvic floor. You'll benefit in the following ways:

1. you'll feel more varied and subtle levels of pleasure when you make love, moving through your genitals and then throughout your body.

2. if you're a woman, you'll feel pleasure more immediately and fully, allowing for rapid and multiple orgasms

3. if you're a man, you'll last much longer and become multiorgasmic

How to relax the pelvic floor: Read more

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Improve Your Body Image at the Naked Spa

The MamaSutra explains how a visit to the local spa helps improve your body image.
I went out to dinner last weekend for a girlfriend’s birthday. The party was made up of about 10 women; a few women that I already knew and a few that I hadn’t yet met. At the end of the table where I was sitting, we spoke a lot about my field of study… shocker! Basically, we talked about sex for most of the dinner.

(On a side note, it’s important for me to mention here that it does not matter who I tell what I’m doing with my life; everyone has a story that is important about sexuality and about what they’ve experienced in their life up to this point. For example, I’ve had conversations with my accountant talking about grandkids’ sexuality, with the online tech support person in India about societal differences in dealing with sexuality, and with my business banker talking about how early to start the conversations with children. One woman, who was a bit older than me, was told by her own mother that pregnancy was caused by kissing. She said she was so afraid to kiss her own father and brothers after that! As you can see, misinformation does not protect a child. But it can give them anxiety about something else.)

As the night went on and the group got smaller, we moved our chairs in closer and started visiting with people at the other end of the table. These were women I hadn’t met before and they were parents of kids at the birthday girl’s daughter’s elementary school. Our mutual girlfriend made the introductions and introduced me as The MamaSutra. One mom had a 12 year old daughter and we got started talking about the book “Queen Bees & Wannabes” by Rosalind Wiseman. We talked about “Girl World” and about girl’s self-confidence at that age. She said she was starting to be concerned with her daughter’s body image. I told her it might be an interesting exercise to go together to the Kabuki Spa (The Kabuki Spa is a spot in San Francisco, in Japantown to be specific, that has a communal bath. A few times a week they offer women-only days where use of the spa is clothing-optional). Read more

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Premature Ejaculation and Tantra

Premature ejaculation is a common malady among males and can be taken care of by following the principles of Tantra sex, says Madan Singh.
Recently a friend of mine confessed that he was on the verge of a breakup with his wife. On delving a little deeper in the matter, I learned that my friends problem was premature ejaculation. It appears that on making an entry and moving a couple of times excited him so much that he suffered a premature discharge.

Premature Ejaculation and Tantra

This is a problem not confined to my friend, but is prevalent among many males. There are many sex therapists in the market, who give varied advise, but one piece of advice that I learned from a swami is worth relating. Premature ejaculation can be attended to through the ancient art of Tantra. Read more

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Lube Makes Sex Better for Women

A scientific study has found that using sexual lubricants leads to greater sexual pleasure and satisfaction among women.
Most of us keep lube in that drawer of our nightstand. But do you only use it for certain acts, or when the oven isn't quite preheated (so to speak)? Or do you actually think of it as, uh, "fun"?

Nobody has really applied the scientific method to these pressing lube questions ... until now. After conducting a study of almost 2,500 women, researchers in Indiana have discovered one thing definitively: Water-based lubricant is good for you! GO SCIENCE! Read more

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Swami Rama: Tantra Kundalini Kriya Yoga Meditation

This video shows the beginning of the first of four lecturea by Swami Rama. The lectures contain practical advice on advanced meditation practices of Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Rajneesh and His Reinterpretation of Tantric Sex

Madan Singh says that Acharaya Rajneesh gave a new interpretation to Tantric sex that has survived him.
Acharya Rajneesh is one name that rouses diverse passions. Some consider him a charlatan, while others swear by him. What ever his faults the teachings of Rajneesh have survived him. I had an opportunity to visit his Ashram at Koregaon Park at Pune and came away greatly impressed. There is no doubt that he was a very brilliant man, who at one time had a vast following.

Rajneesh and his reinterpretation of Tantra Sex

Though Rajneesh is no more, yet his concept and re-interpretations of Tantra sex is worth more than a cursory study. He interpreted the ancient tantra sex as enjoined in the scriptures of Hinduism and gave it a new direction. Rajneesh had his faults, but his interpretation of the ancient Vedic age tantric sex rituals is without peer.

Hinduism has laid down many paths to attain Moksha (Salvation). Among the paths are meditation, prayer, knowledge, penance and the sex act. Hinduism considers the spermatozoa of a man as having the power to ignite Extra Sensory and similar powers. Rajneesh re-interpreted this theory as a means to eternal bliss. Read more

Saturday, December 4, 2010

3 Kama Sutra "Clasping Positions"

The "Clasping Positions" of the Kama Sutra are perfect for Tantric sex. They are very balanced and meditative since they don't allow for much movement. Tantra teacher Suzie Heumann explains how to do them.
In the "Clasping Positions" of the Kama Sutra, the woman and man maintain a straight-legged, rather rigid posture in respect to one another. The term "clasping" comes as the woman clasps or holds onto the man's Lingam (penis) with her tight Yoni (vaginal) muscles and thighs (practice your Kegel exercises!).

These positions, or Asanas (Sanskrit), don't allow for much movement. They can be, however, very balanced and meditative, focusing not so much on hard thrusting as on a more gentle movement. The couple is in this way able to be in a kind of prayer together, holding and channeling the energy.

The couple may lay in any of the following combinations: woman on back/man on top; man on back/woman on top; woman on stomach/man face down on top; side-by-side facing each other; side-by-side and back to front, as in spooning. These are excellent positions for older couples because they're generally very easy on the body. Read more

Thursday, December 2, 2010

The Secret to Tantric Sex

Cosmopolitan took the ancient teachings of Tantra and came up with its own version of Tantric sex: an updated, totally modern, four-step program for erotic enlightenment, including some new twists on classic Tantric moves.
Imagine: Your man strolls through your front door and announces, "Baby, forget Must-See TV. Tonight, I want to worship your body, massage you head to heel, make love to you on a higher spiritual plane, then provoke an out-of-this-world orgasm so you reach a whole new pleasure plateau."

Probably, you'd think either you were dreaming or your guy had temporarily lost touch with reality. Well, in the case of tantric sex, you'd essentially be right on both counts. Tantra is the exotic art of prolonging your passion play to reach new levels of lusty satisfaction. "The idea is to build arousal very slowly so you both stay just below the boiling point for as long as possible," explains Nitya Lacroix, author of The Art of Tantric Sex. "That way you really focus on the full sexual journey — getting turned on, stimulating each of your five senses for maximum passion, harmonizing your sexual rhythms." The result is an out-of-body bond with your partner plus very physical ecstatic orgasms.

Inspired by the sexual success of these ancient love teachings (who wouldn't be?), Cosmo came up with its own turbo-charged version of tantra. Here, our updated, totally modern four-step passion program (plus twists on classic tantric moves) to tempt, tease, then thoroughly please. Grab your guy and get ready for a trip toward erotic enlightenment. Read more