What is the Kamasutra?
The world’s oldest and most famous sex manual, the Kamasutra, was written in India around 400BC and literally means ‘A Treatise on Pleasure’.
With over 100 different sexual positions including graphic instructions on how to do them, it’s the most comprehensive sex guide in the history of mankind.
But with a central focus on female pleasure, tips for women on maintaining relationships with several lovers, and exhaustive techniques for men on how to keep a woman satisfied in case she runs off with someone else, we reckon it might just be the world’s first Feminist Sex Bible. Read more
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
The Kama Sutra is famous for its sex positions, and these six are the best for female pleaure.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Healer and Tantric shaman Maisha Najuma Aza gives five steps to better sex.
Much like the Kama Sutra, tantric sex has become a synonym for "wild sex" with little to no explanation of what that actually means. Sure, many of us are aware that Sting supposedly enjoys 7 hour-long tantric sessions with his wife, and certain sex positions have been called "tantric," but that doesn't even begin to cover what the practice is actually about. So we spoke with healer and tantric shaman Maisha Najuma Aza to set the record straight on tantric sex — and to find out how it can improve anyone's sex lives. Read more
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Chanting the mantra Om is not just a spiritual practice. Kalee Brown says it has eight practical benefits as well.
When I first started practicing yoga, I was relatively surprised at how easy and natural it felt to participate in chanting. I had seen it in movies and heard of chanting within religious practices, but I’d never actually engaged in it until being in a yoga class. It’s a mantra that, without a doubt, holds a strong and high vibration, as you can literally feel it! There are numerous mental, physical, and spiritual benefits to chanting Om, and even some scientific studies have proven the health benefits. Read more
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Tantra teacher Lokita Carter answers a question about the benefits of non-ejaculation for males.
QUESTION: “Can one avoid ejaculating during intercourse and still enjoy sexual bliss? How long does it take to master this art? What are the benefits and have people been successful doing it?” G.T. from Texas
ANSWER: Dear G.T.,I had a feeling that you would write another question; and here we are, three!
Yes, sexual bliss is available to you whether or not you ejaculate! Read more
Saturday, March 11, 2017
These five Kundalini Yoga kriyas can be an aid to achieving blissful sex, according to Ramdesh Kaur.
"I hear Kundalini Yoga is good for sex.”
Time and time again, you overhear someone say this in Kundalini yoga classes. The connection between Kundalini Yoga and sexuality is one of the main points of interest for many beginners to the practice. Some talk about Kundalini rising as a kind of orgasm; others confuse “red” tantra (which is sexual practice) with the practice of White Tantric Yoga (which is not). Read more
Thursday, March 9, 2017
Svetlana Ivanova reveals six steps to giving a woman a powerful orgasm with your hands.
Manual stimulation of the vulva, and in particular the clitoris, is the most common way for a woman achieve an orgasm, so giving your lover an orgasm with your hands ought to be easy. After all, you've probably given yourself one, but what you like may not be the same as what another woman likes. However, there are several techniques that the majority of woman like. If you follow the six steps below, you will give your lover so much erotic pleasure that she is almost sure to have a powerful orgasm. Read more
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
According to science, the more grateful you are, the better your sex life.
What you focus on may determine the quality of your sex life. I want to talk about this from 3 angles:
Then, I can do the easy job of linking all that to your sex life. Read more
- How gratitude affects your sense of psychological well-being.
- How gratitude affects the wellbeing of your partner.
- How gratitude affects your brain.
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Sex can be a form of contemplation if you approach sex with an empty mind, according to mystical literature.
Before starting to learn and practise any mystical sexual ritual, it is necessary to know some general aspects about mystical experience during lovemaking.
To attain mystical experience during lovemaking the mystical literature recommended that one fix, hold, stop, interrupt, contain, or stabilize thought. So, one should approach sex with an empty mind, Read more