Tantra – Discovering the Power of Pre-Orgasmic Sex (AYP Enlightenment Series)
June 16th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Tantra - Discovering the Power of Pre-Orgasmic Sex (AYP Enlightenment Series)

"Tantra - Discovering the Power of Pre-Orgasmic Sex" is a common-sense guide on how to utilize sexuality to complement a full-scope system of yoga practices.

Practical techniques are provided which enable both couples and solo practitioners to utilize the sexual response to cultivate ecstatic energy to its highest levels of spiritual manifestation.

Finally, here is a no-nonsense book that takes the mystery out of sexuality and its relationship to yoga and the spiritual path.

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Thirumandiram / Classic of Yoga and Tantra / Thirumoolar / Volume 1 / Paperback

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  • Boogey Boo "-S" writes:
    June 16th, 201111:41 pmat
    23 of 25 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love this book…, October 27, 2006
    Boogey Boo “-S” (USA) –

    Making love this way is such a great way to live. It breaks your addiction to the chemical and hormonal dump which happens with orgasms, while also stimulating prana for increased health and spirituality. This book was written for yogis, yet I think it can be great for anyone!

    Sometimes, in the lives of partners, sex can become a hassle. And after that, for a lot of people, their partners can seem like a pain. This brings the intimacy and care back into sex…the way it’s supposed to be. It brings the love back into your relationships. This is a great thing for people who care about eachother to look into. I think it should be openly discussed and experimented with between you and your lover…that will really enhance the connection between you two. And if not…at least it’s something kind of fun and exciting to explore!

    For yogis, this greatly enhances their practices. Without some brahamacharya, which is the preservation of semen, yogic practices do little. But with it, your practices can really take off. The methods described in the book are groundbreaking, for their simplicity as well as their effectiveness.

    This is the best of the best for practical tantra. Hands down!

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  • David R. writes:
    June 17th, 201112:27 amat
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    a great tantra book, June 7, 2006
    David R. (Providence, RI USA) –

    An excellent book on tantric sex. It can be used as an introduction to tantric sex, or as a refresher for those who are more experienced. It follows in the tradition of the author’s ‘Deep Meditation’ and ‘Spinal Breathing Pranayama’ which I also recommend highly: they are all short and easy to read, but very strong works at the same time, explaining powerful techniques with great clarity, and conveying very well the spiritual depth and intention of the practices.

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  • Dancing Shiva Imports writes:
    June 17th, 201112:46 amat
    75 of 92 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    What Tantra is not., May 21, 2007

    While I am sure that a book such as this is helpful to customers wanting to have a more satisfactory sex life and may be very inspirational on many levels, there is nothing ‘Tantric’ about it from the point of view of the Indian Tantric tradition. I am a Sanskrit scholar who focuses on the Tantric tradition. The very word ‘Tantra’ refers to a vast corpus of sacred ritually-oriented texts that governed the spiritual practices of a given sect’s initiates. The texts themselves are called ‘Tantras’ (i.e. containing ritually oriented practices that “expand” awareness). I am aware of every single Tantra that has been translated into a Western language (About 5% of the corpus has been translated, which doesn’t mean that they’re understood) from their original Sanskrit.

    I have not seen that a single one of these sexually-oriented ‘tantra’ (modern) books that cites from a single actual Tantra. This is because there is nothing to cite, with one exception that doesn’t inform this modern tantra-sex thing anyway: the 29th chapter of the ‘Tantraloka’ (see below).

    The idea that the Tantras are focused on heightened intimacy and sexual pleasure has been completely fabricated. There IS a focus on experiencing the divine in all human activities; interestingly, the great Tantric sage Abhinavagupta urges sex only with people that are found to be wholly un-attractive as to dispel the illusion that they are not also a perfect beautiful expression of the Divine. This kind of sex is engaged in a wholly ritual setting, as depicted in chapter 29 (the ‘kula yaga’ chapter) of Abhinava’s famous ‘Light on Tantra.’ (Tantra Loka). Otherwise the Tantra Loka is focused on the means to awakening to the heart of Universal Consciousness (Shiva) through spiritual disciplines. These include sacred initiation and aligning subtle body energies with the Divine through yoga and visualization. NONE of these practices, with the very very minor exception of the above named ritual (the kula yaga), have a sexual component.
    Also, the Kama Sutra is absolutely NOT a Tantra, nor is it in anyway related to any Tantric sect or lineage. It is a ‘shastra,’ a treatise on attaining perfect sexual fullfillment written mainly for the medieval wealthy elite. It is categorized with other ‘shastras’ that teach various arts, such as the ‘artha shastra,’ the treatise on how to attain power, the ‘dharma shastra,’ a treatise on ethical laws and precepts, and the ‘kama shastra,’ the treatise that focuses on attaining sexual pleasure. Its core text is, of course, the Kama Sutra (the ‘Aphorisms on Pleasure.’).

    -Christopher Tompkins, M.A. Comparative Religion, M.A. Sanskrit, PhD Candidate

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