What is Tantra?
Like meditation and yoga, Tantric sex is a spiritual practice. It is not aimed at self-indulgence or pleasure as an end in itself.
Tantra uses sexual energy, with all of its rawness, social stigma, fear, and vulnerability to crack open our egos so that we can be present
with our lovers, and ultimately, with ourselves.
Most men and women, including many sex and relationship experts, seem to be very confused about what an orgasm
actually is. Most of them talk and act as if the ejaculation phase is the orgasm. This is not accurate,
even for men. Of course, if that were true, women would never have them. The most obvious signs of orgasm
for both men and women are the contractions which produce the intense pleasurable feelings which shoot those
"wonderful-out-of-control" feelings throughout your whole mind and body.
Cultural constraints, modern media, lovers and friends can all influence how you might feel about your
ability to orgasm. You want what she's having and you want it now. If that's the case then you're going to have to know
a whole lot more about your body and how it works in order to journey to the fertile fields of G-spot and vaginal orgasms.
The sex positions come after you have the knowledge of your interior topography down and know your hot-spots from your not-spots.
Tantra.com Premium Video
If a picture is worth a thousand words then what is a video worth? If you can't always be with a Tantra teacher in person then watch them on video!
Tantra.com Premium has the best of the Tantra educational videos on the market today.
Spiritual Sex in the Bedroom
Ancient Eastern societies believed that each individual was the earthly manifestation of the God and Goddess.
This belief held each individual responsible for their moral behavior to match that of the Gods. The Sanskrit
word Namaste (na-ma-stay) exemplifies this concept. It is used as a greeting and means "the divine in me sees
the divine in you." When we can overlook the little nuisances that bother us about our lovers, and hold our
lover in a divine light, our relationships are much more fun and meaningful.
Kama Sutra is the buzzword for sex positions! In truth, it only has 24 positions if you include the "Crow" or what you might know as "69". The study and exploration of sex positions, or "asanas" in Sanskrit, has everything to do with who you and your lover are. Your body awareness, your knowledge of your genitals, your connection with your mind and spirit and your ability to access or master orgasm are key to your understanding of what positions will work best for the two of you.
Sex Positions for Her
You want what she's having and you want it now. If that's the case with you then you're going to have to know a whole lot more
about your body and how it works in order to journey to the fertile fields of G-spot and vaginal orgasms. The positions
come after you have the knowledge of your interior topography down and you know your hot-spots from your not-spots.
The purpose of the yoni massage is to create a space for the woman to receive focused attention so that she can attain
long, delicious states of relaxation and achieve high states of sustained arousal. Her partner, the giver, will experience the joy of being of service and witnessing
the profound pleasure a woman is capable of.
It is best for the giver to not expect anything in return. You can agree ahead of time that each of you will get your turn
but these turns should preferably be on separate occasions for her to receive the full intention and gift of the massage.