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Tantric Sex: Real Sexual Education


I remember getting into a good friend in the "self-help" section of the university library, and we both desperately tried to find the answer to why, at age 19, theoretically, in the majority of our lives, our love life was so disappointing. If I only found tantric sex.

When I finally found a book about tantric sex that did not seem too odd or awesome, she took 30 seconds to buy it. And I think it took about 30 minutes to improve my sex life.

Sex is everywhere, on billboards and magazines; you can not enter the supermarkets without seeing any kind of strange concentration that was hardly hidden in a man's magazine cover. (Yes, it's bothering me!) As a society we are sexually obsessed. I think we're so obsessed because we do not really understand. Tantra is the real sex education.

Tantra includes the fact that sex is holistic; not just physical, mental or spiritual, but all these things. And the two biggest myths explode, causing sadness to our sex life. The first is that our sexuality comes from our wish – that we need a different person (or man) for a sexy feeling. Instead, Tantra teaches how to interact with one's own sexuality. Can you imagine someone like Sophia Loren, waiting for a friend to give permission to be sexy? No, it comes from inside. Whether you're connected or alone, you just need it. Tantra puts great emphasis on your love, regardless of whether you are a man or a woman, since many students in Tantra believe that they need to know their own body so that they can have sex with another person. And pressure – to find another person to find a sexy feeling or partner when you are in contact – why should she be responsible for sexual life?

The second great myth is that sex is all about orgasm. Instead, Tantra teaches us to learn to enjoy all aspects of sex, to use all its senses, to enjoy every moment, relax and let go. What if you do this? Well, not only does sex become more enjoyable, so if you do not achieve this goal, you will not feel it or be disappointed, but orgasm is often without pressure. (And when I'm thinking about an orgasm, I've got more orgasms – for women and men.)

Let me show analogy. You're on a firework and you really hope you will eventually be as big missiles you love. You can stop with your loved ones (or yourself) and watch all the fireworks and think "yes, but where is the big one?" or you can enjoy it all at anytime. Sparklers, catherine wheels, roman candles enjoy everything for themselves, and when the big rocket goes out you will probably enjoy it much better because you've been living for a long time – or, knowing that you enjoyed everything else.

The most important thing I learned through the Tantra is the fact that it is impossible to really love another person or have a great sexual relationship until you actually learn to love and respect yourself. 19659002] We think we can separate sex, but what's happening in our heads and our hearts affect our sex life. For example, when you love to watch a clock and watch, we often talk about communicating ready to be intimate. I always say that a date begins 24 hours. If I know I'm going for a while, I'm waiting for it, I can pick my clothes, smell it, arrange my room, get excited that even if my partner goes through the door, I felt myself. But if I get a call or text a few hours before, I think what I wear is right, what should I do, and there are a hundred other things, and I often feel like I'm in love.

Another great situation (or rather not too big) arguments. This is perhaps more common for women to do this: They are annoyed at something – they have forgotten to dispose of the garbage or it is really too late. He was expecting a romantic romantic evening unexpectedly. Instead of being gone, you're not just angry, but you feel sex inappropriate. It basically punishes her by holding back the sex – but she is punishing herself. So now you're not just angry about the original problem, but you're angry because you do not get sex. And that's how it goes, sometimes over weeks and months, until it's almost impossible to have sex without feeling that you're entering. Not good. I warn you, even if I know there are times when it is difficult to let go – but maybe you can let go and get your partners sooner if you know what's happening.

Tantra has some wonderful practices, help us to let go of it, heal sexual problems, enjoy intimacy, without feeling that she has to lead to sex. All in all, learning from tantric sex has helped me learn to break old breaks and bad habits of sex and remember what it is about to enjoy physical, mental and spiritual, calm and never depressed and enjoying my sexual experiences every moment.

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