My first pop-culture encounter with tantric sex was—like so many other “edgy” sexual practices, from threesomes to fetishes—during a “SATC” episode. The women attend a tantric sex workshop in which a white-haired woman massages her elderly, blissed-out husband, who, after some buildup, ejaculates into the air and … onto Miranda. Educational? Sure. An accurate depiction of tantra? Not so much, according to my sources.
Now this is about my personal views on Tantra and how I became interested in it as something to learn more about.
I became single a few years ago and realised that at 40 I knew nothing about women and dating and much of my life had been influenced by a Catholic upbringing and the limited knowledge of my parents and school. I found out for myself the hard way that perhaps everything I thought worked in meeting and building relationships that made logical sense just didn’t work. I realised that I had to change myself and my views and take on some new thinking as I was hitting a proverbial brick wall and the harder I tried what should work, the worse it got. Continue reading My journey into Tantra
The word Tantra means “to manifest, to expand, to show and to weave”. In this context, sex is thought to expand consciousness and to weave together the polarities of male (represented by the Hindu god, Shiva), and female (embodied by the Hindu goddess, Shakti), into a harmonious whole.
Although Tantra has long been practised in many eastern cultures, it is just beginning to flourish in the west. Born in India more than 6,000 years ago, tantra emerged as a rebellion against organised religion, which held that sexuality should be rejected in order to reach enlightenment. In its most authentic form, tantra prohibits male ejaculation as the sole objective of the man’s sexual experience. It believes that preoccupation with ejaculation (which many of us men are surely guilty of) wastes sexual energy and robs the woman of her potential for multiple orgasms. However, women may ( and are encouraged to) ejaculate through tantric techniques.
Couples need not adopt the Tantric pantheon in order to benefit from the sexual wisdom of this ancient art. Tantric sexual practices teach us to prolong the act of making love and to utilize potent orgasmic energies more effectively.
How is tantric sex done? The following will show how sex for both can be more than average, and less than selfish.
Chakra is a very important element when you learning and experiencing tantra. Today I want share with you my knowledge about 7 Chakras, what is Chakas, Locations and the Chakra symbols.
Tantra is a practice that cultivates awareness of our oneness with existence through sexual awakening. This happens through the opening of the chakras or energy centres in the body. Typically in sexual encounter, we send our sexual energy outwards. We may experience deep bliss for a while, but generally this does not last. With Tantric awareness, our sexual vitality starts to move up our bodies like a snake that uncoils, from the root or base of the body all the way up through the crown. Sexual energy moves from the first chakra up. This process is often known at the Uncoiling of the Snake (sexual energy or kundalini).
What is Chakra?
The chakra is an energetic center within the auric and physical body of human. Chakras are also referred to as ‘acupoint’, and serve as the nonphysical highway through which cosmic energy travels, connecting this energy with the physical body. This cosmical energy is what we call Life Force or Prana. Although there are over 100 chakras total in the body (according to the tantric texts – and there is still debate about the exact number), there are only seven that are considered major. These seven align with specific, vertically stacked key points along the central line from of the human body, and are the main centers that yogis and energy workers tend to focus in on.
By giving his woman Tantric massage, a man can achieve what men almost never achieve even if they are skilled at all the female sitmulation tricks these days. Woman’s sexuality needs relaxation and gradual whole body expansion of arousal and that almost never happens. There is nothing out there that can compare with a well-performed Tantric massage to get a woman to relax to you completely, to arouse her completely, to open her heart to you, and to open her maximum sexual potential, including her capacity for orgasms and frequent love-making. A Tantric massage is simply the best thing you could do for a woman.
Can a Man Really Become Multi-Orgasmic? During my 5 years practicing of tantric massag, I get asked this question a lot. For the record, the answer is Ohhhh Yes!!! From the tantric perspective, orgasm is not a goal or completion of sex, but rather an aroused physical and emotional state that literally can be experienced throughout one’s entire being. The longer one lingers in this aroused state of excitement, the more energy and life force they can absorb and radiate. A man may have multiple orgasms without ejaculating and yet actually feel energized in the afterglow. As a woman, I can only tell you that it’s extraordinarily satisfying to be with a man who can continue to ride wave upon wave of pleasure with me. It creates a deeper and profound feeling of union.
Tantra is a spiritual path and a path of sacred sexuality, whereby you come to experience the union of your sexual and spiritual energies. In so doing, you experience the divinity in yourself, your partner and in all of existence. Tantra is concerned with the transformation of energy. It directs us to transform our life-force energy and sexual energy into spiritual energy for the purpose of spiritual enhancement and enlightenment. Within the context of Tantra, sexual relationships and experiences are grist for the mill of our spiritual advancement – which includes creating a bond of sacred love with our partner.
Tantra is an ancient tradition with its roots in Hinduism and Buddhism. It came to America and the west, pioneered in a new form, known as Neo- Tantra. Its resurgence can be attributed mainly to the enlightened Tantric master Osho Rajneesh and his disciples – although others, such as the kria-yoga Tantricas played a crucial role too. Osho Rajneesh underplayed the emphasis on mantras, positions and ritual and placed it on spiritual consciousness, and a unique combination of meditation, non-attachment, risk-taking, wildness and spontaneity. The issue was to go deep, find your true core and express it in its fullness – both in life and in your sexuality.
Some people define Tantra as a cult with a spirit of free love, the remains of the psychedelic era of the sixties. Others think of Tantra as a spiritual form of New Age sex therapy, something out of the 1990s pop culture of California. Tantra was very widespread in India from 320 to 650 AD, even flourishing. However the Western world of the modern era has only recently discovered and revived the practice, reinterpreting it as the traditional Buddhist and Indian practices, but in a New Age version, which is being called “Neotantra.”
Definition of Tantra
“Tantra” is derived from Sanskrit, an ancient Hindu language. The rough translation is “to weave energy” or “web.” It describes a system of being directed at bringing together the contradictory aspects of ourselves, like femininity and masculinity, light and dark. Tantric practices are meant to bring together our opposing forces, hastening our journey to spiritual enlightenment. Such practices include meditation, yoga, holistic health, Ayurvedic medicine, deity worship, plus a spiritual full-bodied involvement in sex.
How to enjoy your life? – enjoy love. how to enjoy love? – enjoy love making. How to enjoy love making? – learn the secret of tantra sex….Today , I would like to talking about making love with tantra positions…
Tantric Massage guide aimed to help people learn about tantra and tantric massage, and help everyone who wants to experience tantric massage in London find a proper massage therapist.
J. Ram Sivananda, co-creator and producer of “The London Tantric Massage Guide” website, has an extensive background in psychology, martial arts, ancient philosophies and other traditions.
He experienced a breakthrough in his spiritual practice about 30 years ago after a near death experience. He has successfully managed to weave together the tantric traditions of Taoism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Shamanism, while developing and inventing advanced computer technology systems.
Working as a scientist and engineer for many years, he trusts and believes
in the metaphysical world which is much more elusive, but no less true and real.
J. Ram says, “I manifested Chandi after a series of failed relationships with incompatible women who took me away from my path. In my past relationships I had merely ‘settled’ for the women I got involved with, but this time, I was very specific about what I was looking for in a partner, and set my intention on finding the Goddess I had been seeking for a lifetime.
The fact that Chandi and I manifested each other is an attestation to the power of meditation and tantra practices.
These methods of focusing clearly on what you desire are the magic of tantra yoga. It allows you to manifest your deepest desire. Through this practice you can change your life.
This is a powerful ancient yogic practice that is still as effective today as it was thousands of years ago. It is our sadhana (practice)and we feel it is our dharma (duty) to share this knowledge with aspirants who are prepared to receive these gifts. If these words don’t ring true to you, this path is probably not for you.
The Universe contains physical energy (physics), the study of phenomenological reality, but there exists an equally powerful and concrete metaphysical reality. The practice of tantra yoga allows the aspirant to tap into this metaphysical reality.”
J. Ram Sivananda and Chandi Devi? reside in London, UK.