Tantric sex is a method of sexual intercourse that aims to achieve mindfulness and deep connection for its participants through breathwork, prolonged eye contact, embraces, massage, and slow, deliberate intercourse. Tantric sex is one component of tantra (“weave” in Sanskrit), a spiritual belief system from India that focuses on mind-body connections. The goal of tantric sex is to move sexual energy between participants to facilitate healing, transformation, and spiritual growth.
What Are the Origins of Tantric Sex?
Tantric sex is one part of a spiritual belief system called tantra, which originated in 600 CE in India as an amalgamation of ancient Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain traditions. Classical tantra is a spiritual path that works toward mindfulness and connection outside of oneself, in all aspects of life, with the ultimate goal of chakra alignment and true enlightenment.
Ecstasy Through Tantra
by Jonn Mumford
Now in hardcover and with a new introduction! This exhilarating book provides sexual techniques and positions for ritual intercourse that will flood you with overwhelming physical ecstasy and activate expanded states of consciousness. These tantric practices teach you how to build sexual love and passion to an amazing peak and how to push your mind even higher to achieve transcendental bliss. Bring holiness and magick into your sexual relationship with Ecstasy Through Tantra. Discover the God/Goddess as incarnate in your beloved, and experience the same Divinity within yourself, through the joy of complete physical and spiritual union.
Karezza is a different way of love. It comes from the American Indians. Karezza is the art of amalgamation (union) and spiritual love.
Karezza have four degree practice:
1. Prolonged sex
2. Amalgamation with looking in the eyes
3. Remote amalgamation
4. Amalgamation at the astral level (Look: Astral Travel: Your Guide to the Secrets of Out-Of-The-Body Your Guide to the Secrets of Out-Of-The-Body )
The Karezza Method Kindle Edition
The Karezza Method is a beautiful, inspiring manual about the practice of Karezza (controlled intercourse) by J. William Lloyd. Thoughtfully written and based on actual experience, it brims with practical information. Karezza is a gentle, affectionate form of intercourse in which orgasm is not the goal, and ideally does not occur in either partner while making love. Karezza gained its name from Alice Bunker Stockham, MD at the end of the nineteenth century. She based the name on the Italian word carezza, meaning “caress.”
The Karezza Method Kindle Edition
Karezza: A Guide to Sexual Mysticism, Magic, and Creativity
Alice Bunker Stockham (1833-1912) was one of the first female M.D.s in the United States. In her remarkable _Karezza_, she develops her theory of secular sexual mysticism in relation to human creativity. In this seminal book of Stockham, we see a particularly American kind of pragmatic esoteric praxis. An important figure in the history of sexual mysticism, Stockham insisted that the practice of karezza, a special kind of sexual union, was a key to mysticism, magic, and creativity. Like John Humphrey Noyes before her, like William James, and like the later American pioneers of consciousness in the second half of the twentieth century, Stockham was concerned not only with results and effects for the individual, but also with the potential transformation of the whole of human society.Introduced by Arthur Versluis, author of several dozen books, many on mysticism or esoteric religious or literary traditions.