Thursday, June 9, 2011

Tap Into Tantra for an Intimacy Infusion

Looking for a way to improve your relationship? Try Tantra. Dr. Elsbeth Meuth and Freddy Zental Weaver, founders of TantraNova, share their Tantric tips to bring you and your partner closer.
The Yin-Yang of Love
Tantra has its roots in the religions of India and has long been practiced in other Eastern countries, including China, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Here, we tend to associate Tantra with the sexual staying power of men (thank you, Sting!), but the practice isn’t simply about being better in bed.

The Tantra discipline uses ritual, energy and breathing in order to achieve harmony with the universe (the divine), yourself and your partner. It can help you learn about yourself and open the door to longer, more satisfying sex. And yes, men who practice Tantra are able to last longer through a combination of breathing, relaxation and muscle contraction. Read more


PK said...

Hi Jen,

I think initimacy and sexual enjoyment also comes to a man, by looking at his partner as a sexual entity, rather than in a very possessive way. A bit of sexual freedom on both sides can be wonderfully exciting to the couple, and builds joy too!

What do you think?

Jennifer Lawless said...

It could be exciting if neither partner becomes jealous - often easier said than done.

PK said...

true, but I mean not necessary have sex with others, but feel comfortable about the spouse's beauty or sexuality!