The Lover Within: Opening to Energy in Sexual Practice

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Station Hill Press, 1987 - Self-Help - 113 pages
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This widely acclaimed, brilliantly written book can alter both how we think about love and sex and what we do in intimate practice. The focus is neither on manipulative technique nor personal history, but on the process of energy itself. It provides exercises to be experienced alone or with a partner and offers insight into how to move energy, collect it, heighten it, and share it. This expanded edition adds new exercises, reader testimonials, and a chapter on working with the energy of feeling through Movement, Breath, and Sound.

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Origins of the Affair
The Body of the Experiment
Getting Started

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About the author (1987)

The authors, Ryan & Julie Henderson are a married couple with two children. After trying to find the perfect Christmas tree in 2006, and having a hard time; they came across a twisted up tree and with their humorous personalities, they chose to get it. After the great reaction from their friends and family, and the local newspaper running a story, the unique tree concept became their family tradition.

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