What is Tantric Sex?

Holy Temple of Khajuraho - India

The tantra it is a behavioral philosophy that has its first records, more than 5000 years ago, in a region where today is India. The region was occupied by an ethnic group called “Drávida” in which values matriarchal, sensory and deactivators were practiced. Tantric culture, over the centuries, has been repressed and replaced in India by patriarchal values ​​and other dominant ethnicities.

The ancient Tantric culture and wisdom was much pursued and had to be hidden and taken care of in order not to be forgotten or destroyed. But in the middle of the XNUMXth century, an Indian master, Osho, started a movement called Neo-Tantra. Osho rescued many of those classic Tantra values ​​and associated them with a therapeutic practice aimed at modern Western man.

Osho

Osho used a disrepressive and libertarian methodology, where sexuality was treated spontaneously and naturally. Osho Tantra contributed a lot to Tantra being treated almost as a synonym for mystical sexuality and often being confused with promiscuity and debauchery.

What is tantric sex in today's society?

Nowadays the so-called "tantric sex" is a very controversial term among tantra practitioners. It has already fallen into the mouth of the people and is treated as a simplification of something much bigger, which is tantra. In some environments it is trivialized and even linked to sexual promiscuity or prostitution.

Those who really live Tantra as a path of development do not use and do not like that term. However, this is an article with the intention of demystifying and treating the topic more lightly, helping to clarify concepts and guide those interested in a healthier and more mature sexuality.

So in this text you will have contact with the main concepts related to “tantric sex” and then you will receive for free tools used by the main tantric therapists in the country for you to start today some practices without fear of making mistakes.

Tantric awareness is growing

Active meditation

The number of centers that work with “tantric therapy” grows every day. Environments that offer “active meditations”, “tantric massages” and seek to bring their clients new experiences in the field of sexuality and transcendence. That promise, and often manage to fulfill the objective of leading their clients to experience buddha states of consciousness through the therapeutic use of sexual energy.

Read also: Tantric massage: What nobody told you.

But it is important to understand that this is not a magical and miraculous work to achieve extraordinary states of pleasure. It is possible to experience orgasms on another level. But this is a work, above all, meditative, of sensory development, expansion of consciousness and improvement of human sexuality.

Tantric sex is not for everyone

Tantric sex is not for everyone. There are those, for example, who enter a tantric therapy session and leave in frustration. They are usually people looking for a “magic pleasure pill”. They are immediate and do not understand that Tantra requires delivery and a few more little things from those who practice it.

To experience tantric sex it is necessary, first of all, to be willing to forget everything you know about sexuality and open yourself to a new and meditative experience. Some people shy away from that word "meditation" because they associate it with something boring, boring and without any intensity.

But here it is just the opposite. The meditative state is a state of maximum alertness, presence, non-judgment. A state of surrender and dissolution of that intellectual part of us that tends to judge, categorize and sabotage experiences. The meditative state is a state of being 100% present, of being TOTAL, there, at that moment and giving yourself over to the sensations, without shame.

And this is a great challenge. Especially for those who live an excessively intellectual life and are not used to releasing their own feelings, their own emotions and always live in the planning of tomorrow or in the judgment of what happened yesterday.

Old conditioning can lose everything

Another necessary thing for those who want to practice and feel what a tantric sex is is to forget everything they know about traditional sex. Men should forget these concepts that “emotion is a woman's thing”, put aside everything that she learned about sex in pornographic films and in male bar circles.

Any concern related to sexual performance and virility only gets in the way. Tantra is not a path of the mind, of reaching goals. These concerns take the individual out of the sensory, intuitive field. They boycott most experiences that have some deeper meaning.

In tantric therapy we use orgasm as a tool to “kill the ego”. In other words, orgasm is a kind of "moment of death". At the moment of orgasm, the individual thinks nothing, does not judge anything. It just IS.

The orgasms described by tantra practitioners are full-body orgasms, expanded orgasms, in which people often report a sense of loss of bodily limits. Many report a deep connection with their most intimate nature and the existence around them.

Tantra is related to a sensory path. It is based on essentially feminine values ​​and characteristics, such as surrender, love, trust, intuition, creativity. So all these ego needs for performance only hinder a tantric experience.

Time to practice!

That said, the next step for those who want to venture into tantra is practice. There are various forms and meditations that assist in this process. For those who are a beginner and want to have a first contact with some initial techniques we offer the our free tantra workshop.

So, to participate is very simple. Just put your email and subscribe, you will receive the video lessons in your email for a week.

In addition to developing sensorially, you will have in your hands very valuable tools to experience your love relationships with presence and wholeness. You will also learn meditation techniques as a couple, which you can practice with that special person.

But be careful! We do not recommend doing these exercises with anyone.

Because they are practices that, above all, create and deepen bonds of love, trust and intimacy. They promote connections at various energy levels and are designed for couples who want to get to the bottom of their relationships.

Above all, they must be practiced with someone in whom you already have a certain confidence. Someone you feel comfortable with to be as authentic as possible. Or at least someone with whom you sincerely wish to develop that trust and surrender.

Shall we go a little further?

And for you who already did ours free workshop or other experiences with us and want to take a step further in techniques related to tantric sex we have prepared articles showing what they are and how to do male tantric massages, Lingam massage, and female tantric massage, Yoni massage.

These are the articles:

Yoni massage: complete step by step

Lingam massage: what is it and how to do it?

If you already know tantra and want to go really deep in this development and get to know our complete method on tantric sex with all the techniques of meditation, massages, sexual practices and a personalized mentoring know our Course on sexuality and tantric massage.

A new sexuality awaits you!

Comments

2 Comments

  1. Maria Célia Rocha Veiga February 2, 2019 at 11:37 pm

    I would like to know what you have to indicate to men who go through the process of prostate surgery.

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    1. admin February 9, 2019 at 09:55 pm

      Hello Maria!
      We recommend Tantric Massage. You can learn how to do the lingam massage on him and the two will learn a new way of relating sexually. Course on Sexuality and Tantric Massage Any questions, we are available by WhatsApp: 351915451456

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