Jennifer Lawless reveals how to please a woman with Tantric perineal massage.
If you want a simple way to spice up lovemaking with your woman, perineal massage might be the technique you’re looking for. Located between the vagina and the anus, the perineum is packed with pleasurable nerve endings. In fact, the clitoris often extends down through a woman’s labia and through her perineum and anus, allowing her to experience pleasure in all these areas. You can stimulate this often overlooked erotic body part in two ways: while you’re performing oral sex and while having sex from behind (if her legs are spread to allow access). Read more
Tantra developed in India in the seventh century as a way to weave (which is what the word Tantra means) every aspect of daily life, including intimate relationships and erotic experience, into the spiritual path. Intense erotic experiences are one of our greatest sources of pleasure. If you have an open mind and are willing to learn more ways to enrich your love life or create a new one, then Tantric Sex: A Guide to Tantra Lovemaking Secrets and Practices by Jennifer Lawless is a book that you and your lover should read together.
The practice of Tantra shows us how to reclaim the sexual intimacy and erotic pleasure that is our birthright. Through this most ancient of arts, we may expand mere moments of sexual ecstasy into a lifetime of sexual bliss. The age-old practice of Tantra shows us how to open our emotions and our sexuality. Continue reading
Full-body orgasm is sort of the Holy Grail of sex. Jennifer Lawless reveals how to have one tonight.
Tantra has been around for thousands of years and teaches people how to connect with their bodies and the universe at a cosmic level. Of course getting to this stage takes time and practice, however the intensely intimate connection you’ll form with your partner and your body will be one of the most satisfying sexual experiences you’ll encounter. Tantric sex sounds intimidating, but taking some tips from the ancient practice sets you up for electrifying full-body orgasms that you can feel from your fingertips down to your toes. Here are five steps to experiencing a Tantric full-body orgasm: Read more
If you’re curious about Tantric sex, Jennifer Lawless reveals three easy tips to get started.
Tantra has existed for more than 5,000 years. Tantra is defined as “the weaving and expansion of energy.” Originally, Tantra was used to awaken the body’s connection with the universe and to enhance spirituality. Today, Tantra is widely used to enhance emotional connection and sexual pleasure. When used correctly, Tantra can increase intimacy between couples and create intense erotic states. Here are three Tantric sex practices that men can use to increase emotional intimacy and sexual pleasure for their partners. Read more
Taoism is a spiritual tradition that embraces sexuality and uses it as a force for healing and spiritual growth. Jennifer Lawless describes a Taoist thrusting method called the Nine Steps, which is designed to stimulate, massage, and keep a man’s penis in an excellent state of readiness.
Taoist sexual practices are the way some Taoists practiced sex. Practitioners believed that by performing these sexual practices, one could stay in good health, and attain longevity. One of these practices was a thrusting method to stimulate, massage, and keep the man’s lingam (penis) at an excellent state of readiness. This Taoist thrusting method is called the Nine Steps.
To perform the Nine Steps to perfection, a man must possess great patience and staying power. One complete set of Nine Steps is 180 thrusts, so most men need training to achieve it. However, performing as many thrusts as possible will help the man in his general vitality and his female partner will be ecstatic from the sexual stimulation she receives. Read more
Tantric sex isn’t so much a set of techniques as an approach to sex. In Tantra, sex is a means to reach higher states of consciousness. Maithuna is ritual sex used to attain spiritual unification with your partner.
Maithuna is a Sanskrit term used in Tantra, which is most often translated as sexual union within a ritual. Maithuna refers to the coming together of god and goddess with the acknowledgement that everything is sacred, from food to acts of lovemaking. It uses physical unification for the purpose of creating spiritual unification.
Since Maithuna is practiced as a spiritual ceremony, there is an acknowledgement and honoring of a divine being. However, in Tantra, this deity is acknowledged and honored in your partner, rather than as an intellectual concept or spiritual ideal. Tantra encourages lovers to see the divinity in each other. Read more
I was one of those who thought that anal sex wasn’t Tantric, but Jennifer Lawless says it is and explains why”
Couples exploring Tantric sex are not likely to find much information about anal sex and might conclude, therefore, that anal sex isn’t Tantric. However, that isn’t true. In fact, anal sex fits well within the Tantric tradition and facilitates several goals of Tantric sex.
For example, one of the key aspects of Tantra has been violating personal and cultural taboos. Read more