- by Jaiya
Three sensuous couples guide you in making love with your hands and heart, as well as with your lips, hips, breath, chest, and mouth. Jaiya takes us on a magical mystery tour of the whole body with special emphasis on the non-genital erogenous zones.
- by David Deida
A man's track record means nothing to the feminine. A man could be perfect for ten years, but if he's an asshole for 30 seconds his woman acts like he's always been one. The feminine responds to the moment of energy, forgetting her man's history of past behavior. A man's past behavior is irrelevant to his woman's feeling in the moment. But men base much on another man's history of behavior, so they think their own track record should count for something. But to a woman, it doesn't.
- by Suzie Heumann
The approximate Sanskrit definition of "Tantra" is "web" or a union of opposites that, when united, becomes one with everything in the universe. Tantric practice unifies the many contradictory aspects of the self (e.g., masculine and feminine, spirit and matter, dark and light) into a harmonious whole. Developed in India, Tantric practices were at their height between 500 to 1300 AD. Today Tantra is a living system designed to promote rapid growth towards enlightenment. Tantra's components include yoga, meditation, deity worship, whole-body health, and Ayurvedic medicine.
- by Amara Charles
It is not the desire to build a commune, or the urge to go off to a religious monastery that calls most of us these days: it is the underlying longing in our hearts to live in nourishing environments amongst kindred spirits-to create homes and pursuits where we can develop our deepest gifts. It is a calling to live in caring places where our bodies and spirits can thrive, where our freedom and creativity can be shared abundantly.
- by Bubba Free John
There is something about the social polarisation between men and women that is at the root of all problems about sexuality. The problems seem never to come to an end. They are not resolved in an hour or any number of hours of converation and insight. If something becomes more clarified by our conversation and our insight, you feel more responsible for your problems, but when you leave this room, go out and mingle with others and carry on your daily activities, the same influences and the same tendencies appear. They do not seem to be reduced by your mere understanding. Suddenly, it becomes overwhelmingly clear that the problem is not subject to insight slone. Insight is ony the beginning of a process that must become more concrete.
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