Tantra, Sacred Sex

Tantra is a path to Self Discovery.

It can include sex, but is not only about sex. Most people in the West (USA), have perverted the topic so that it means:

  • A longer orgasm!
    • Better sex!
      • Last Longer in bed!

And while it CAN mean these things, from my view, and in how I teach in Tantra, Tantra isn’t about that. It’s about personal growth, getting to know me better as a person, as a being, and Tantra says that I can use sex to accomplish that as I grow as a person.

Wisdom of the body

Wisdom, as defined by Dictionary.com is:

noun 1. the quality or state of being wise; knowledge of what is true or right coupled with just judgment as to action; sagacity, discernment, or insight. 2. scholarly knowledge or learning: the wisdom of the schools.

In Tantra, the Body (our physical body) is regarded as a source of wisdom. It can tell us when we’re feeling  joy, sadness, pain, jubilation and even ecstasy. The body, with simple breathing techniques, can calm us down. In many psychological stress reduction models, breathing is a main ingredient in calming the body down. In Tantra, breathing is used to connect us back to the present moment, to the moment of now, and ultimately back to ourselves. When we use this tool to connect with another, the sacredness of the experience can truly be breathtaking…and we can be left without words to describe the beautifully sacred experience that we’ve both experienced, as one.

Tantra deepens intimacy

Of the 112 Tantric meditations, 6 of these address the spiritual aspects of lovemaking. Tantra includes sexuality as a part of the awakening process. Couples and singles find a great deal of support in deepening intimacy and openness in lovemaking through this practice. There can be a total transformation from repressed or blocked sexuality to free flowing authenticity and deep love in the realm of lovemaking.

Tantric Resources

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