beyond tantra

  Below is an excerpt from the above book, by Mieke and Stephan Wik It is one of the most practical books I have read on improving one’s sex life when involved in a relationship or marriage. We do not offer Tantric Sex at Tantric Massage London in Kensington, but we hope that our tantric massage sessions can give our clients the necessary tools for improving their relationship with a partner. “You can learn and practise Sacred Sex with people other than your partner. But ideally, this means that the other person is also an adept and that there is a very high level of trust and awareness involved…. in practice, however, most people find that it is very difficult to do this. Our society does not equip most of us with the emotional and intellectual frameworks needed to allow this sort of scenario to play out well in the long term……. Sacred Sex takes time and practice. It’s not really something that you can do well during a one night stand…….” We hope that by visiting us and  receiving a tantric massage which is offered with love and caring, and with your best interests at heart, can be a… Read more »

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Navaratri

                  Navaratri is a muti-day Hindu festival celebrated in the autumn.   For those of you who follow the hindu festivals, you will know that October 24th was Vijay Dashami Day, or the day of the Divine Mother, the 10th day of Navaratri.   Since ancient times, during Navaratri, Indians have invoked the energy aspect of God in the form of the universal mother, commonly referred to as Durga, which literally means the remover of miseries in life.   She is also referred to as Devi (goddess).   The dates for Navaratri are determined by the lunar calendar.   Vijayadasami or October 24th this year, is considered the most auspicious day of the year to start anything new. In India.   Astrologers are often consulted in order to find an auspicious date for starting a new business, holding a  wedding or beginning any type of new project.   In the autumn, this may well coincide with Vijayadasami.

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hysteria on tantric massage blog

                  A tantric massage client phoned me a few days ago to tell me about the movie ‘Hysteria.’ I must confess that I haven’t seen the film myself yet,  but what interested me in the conversation with our client was that he pointed out how very respectable it was for a woman to go to a doctor in Victorian times, and to receive ‘manual digital relief’ in order to produce a ‘paroxysm of relief.’ The film is about the invention of the vibrator in late-Victorian England. A society doctor administers manual relief to his wealthy female patients as a cure for hysteria. ‘Hysteria’ was a condition ascribed to women and thought to be caused by disturbances of the uterus. It was a catch-all diagnosis for women suffering from anything ranging from a headache to depression to disobedience (the diagnosis was only finally dropped in the 1950’s). The doctor develops ‘masturbator’s elbow’ or carpal tunnel syndrome, and this leads to the invention of the first electric vibrator. The film’s director, Tanya Wexler, says:’ They didn’t consider the treatment sexual, because the husband was not involved. They thought the orgasm, or paroxysm as they… Read more »

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