Tuesday, July 30, 2013

3 Tantric Sex Tips for Men

Tantra has existed for more than 5,000 years. Tantra is defined as "the weaving and expansion of energy." Originally, Tantra was used to awaken the body's connection with the universe and to enhance spirituality. Today, Tantra is widely used to enhance emotional connection and sexual pleasure. When used correctly, Tantra can increase intimacy between couples and create intense erotic states. Here are three Tantric sex practices that men can use to increase emotional intimacy and sexual pleasure for their partners.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

How to Incorporate the Tantra into Your Sex Life

If you've been wondering about Tantric sex, Jamie Beckman explains what it is and how to incorporate it into your sex life.
We can guess what comes to mind when we say "tantric sex": Sting. Ever since the musician made a drunken comment to an interviewer about having tantric sex for hours with his wife, Trudie Styler, the specifics of the tantra have become a bit murky. But don't fret: To enjoy everything tantric sex has to offer, you don't have to purchase an Oriental rug, shave your head or even listen to The Police. Read more

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

How Can Women Tell If They Have Had an Orgasm?

Tantra teacher Jaiya explains the types of orgasm that women can have and how to tell if you're having one.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Sex for the Soul: Tantric Explorations for Beginners

If all you know about Tantra has to do with Buddhism and Sting, think again. These Tantric tips are for anyone, and can help you have better sex in mind and body.
Sometimes sex can seem like a race toward orgasm. With so many tips, guides and articles for achieving orgasm ("guaranteed," "multiple" and "mind-blowing," get tossed around a lot) it’s no surprise that we sometimes forget that there’s more to sex than the finish line. Tantra, the Sanskrit word for "interwoven", puts sex in a different perspective. Tantric sex is about slowing down, connecting with your partner, and becoming orgasmic rather than focusing on achieving orgasm. It began in India as a form of yoga that exalted the union of men and women. Today, it's a way to experience your partner's body and mind in a way that for many people is completely new. Read more

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Demystifying Taoist/Tantric Sexual Practices

Sometimes students of Tantric and Taoist sexual practices forget to question or understand the cultural, social, or political context from which the ideas originate. Just because something is exotic or esoteric doesn't mean it's true.