Meaning, are you looking for a way to boost orgasms and connection in a way that is passionate and connective? Two words, baby: tantric sex. Tantric sex has been practiced for the last 5, years.
Inspired by the sexual success of these ancient love teachings who wouldn't be? Grab your guy and get ready for a trip toward erotic enlightenment. While your stable stance allows you to move to his rhythm, your wide-spread legs give you that supersexy vulnerable feeling.
Believed to date back 5, years, Tantric sex is an ancient Eastern spiritual practice. Like yoga or Zen, its purpose is enlightenment—and the philosophy transcends the bedroom into all aspects of life. And when Shiva male energy and Shakti female energy join in one sexual union, it's believed to be the highest point of enlightenment. The best part is that all of us hold the key to Tantric sex: breath.
Spooning is a classic hugging posture in which two people are lying side by side, face the same way. The arms of the person lying behind can cherish the person in front completely. This gives the one in front a wonderful safe — protected — feeling.
Tantric traditions specified positions that would lead to better sex. The Tantric tradition approved of experimentation and made it clear that a primary objective of coitus was sexual pleasure - so trying out different positions until you find ones that are comfortable and offer you the greatest sexual satisfaction is not a new idea! We tend to think that the Kama Sutra and other pillow books revealed sex secrets which are somehow not available to us today.
Often a large Buddha-like man with a smaller Dakini woman sat in his lap, her legs wrapped around his waist. Not only is this a posture seen in ancient tantric artwork, but it is also something you will very likely experience before too long if you go to a Tantra workshop…. Yab-Yum is the symbol of divine union.
You probably associate Tantric sex with unbridled sexuality, day-long lovemaking sessions, incense, and flowing robes. Not exactly. Tantric sex is part of Tantra, an ancient Indian tradition that influenced both Hinduism and Buddhism. The sex part?
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My husband and I were at our favorite bookstore downtown, and we had just gotten married. As we flipped through the pages, we snickered and chuckled like schoolchildren, then stole a kiss alone in the corner of the bookstore before we headed home, walking hand in hand. That was the first time my husband and I had ever consulted any outside material for ideas on what to do in bed, and that was 11 years ago.