Tantra is the 4,000-year-old art of combining sexuality and energy, and it’s hellbent on helping you reclaim sexual intimacy in your life. Apart from being an ancient belief system, it’s also a sex-technique Rolodex that’s full of steamier tips than you’d like to give your great-great-great-grandmother credit for. You don’t need to believe in energy, chakras or that you were a Nordic seal in a past life for it to work for you. All you need is a warm body and a healthy interest in having better sex. We went out and talked to Tantric therapists Dawn and Gerard Gatz of Boulder’s Tantric Sacred Journeys to get some tips to help you do just that. Read more
Saturday, October 29, 2016
You don't have to believe in chakras, prana, or other esoteric concepts to explore Tantric sex. Anyone can use the following nine Tantric techniques.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Sarah Norrad says that sex is the perfect medium in which to meditate.
My meditation practice has spanned over a decade and a half, and if there is one thing I have learned from daily sitting on a cushion to practice, it is that we must understand how to bring mindfulness into our every day lives.
I believe sex is the perfect medium in which to meditate.
It is a time we carve out of our busy schedules in which we create an opportunity to unwind and connect—two words synonymous with meditation.
So the next time we turn to a dear one and give them that enticing gaze, let’s remember we are opening up a gateway for an experience that can help us become more present. Read more
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
One of the unique asspects of the Kama Sutra is how it classifies men and women on the basis of the size of their genitals.
According to the Kama Sutra, men can be classified on the basis of the size of their penis, or lingam as it is called in Sanskrit. A person with a small penis is described as a hare-man, one with an average-sized penis is described as a bull-man, and one with an unusually large penis is described as a horse-man. Similarly, females can be classified according to the size of their yoni, or vagina. Read more
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Some Tantra teachers and traditions claim that Tantra is not about sex, but Janice Nicholas offers a different viewpoint.
If you research traditional styles of Tantra, you will soon come to realize that Tantra, specifically Traditional Tibetan Tantra, is NOT primarily about sex.
Then why does our brand of Tantra (which is rooted in Tibetan Tantric ideology), place so much emphasis on sexual pleasure and orgasm?
Because Tantra at it’s core is medicine to heal suffering- and SEX is one of the greatest areas of suffering on our planet. Read more
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Gabrielle Moore reveals how a couple can create a sensual Tantric sex ritual.
Tantra sex is the weaving of sexual energy between two lovers for the purpose of creating greater intimacy, ecstasy as well as erotic and spiritual enlightenment. Rather than racing for the finish line or orgasm, Tantra sex is a slow sensual journey of connection between lovers, where becoming orgasmic, rather than reaching climax is the aim. Read more
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Babyfacc reveals five steps women can take to get a fully feeling and orgasmic vagina.
Those of you who read my last guest blog post know that I am more then happy with my sex life these days. It is over all my expectation on how great sex could be.
One of the most important steps for me to develop my sex life was to do a vaginal de-armouring, a form of trigger point massage in the vagina. I did my first one on a tantric workshop 4 years ago and I was amazed over the change I felt. After a 40 min exercise my vagina had become so sensitive and felt very different. Much more soft, or fluffy as I use to say. 🙂 Read more