Tantra: The Cult of the Feminine

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., Jan 1, 2001 - Sex - 386 pages
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Tantra: The Cult of the Feminine reveals a practical and balanced, modern view of the secret teachings of Tantric yoga. Van Lysebeth discloses the sexual techniques of Tantra that can be used by Western couples to enhance relationships and help open the door to a new kind of enlightenment. He also reveals the wisdom of tantra--the essential belief that our universe is a creation of the physical and spiritual union of the Mala and Female principles, manifested in the human plane as Love. He shows us how the repression of feminine values in our patriarchal civilization is the esoteric cause of many of the modern world`s crises. Tantra affirms that a true understanding of feminine values can bring about much-needed changes in our society. Van Lysebeth`s warmth and insight brings modern readers to new dimensions of feeling and understanding!

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User Review  - Elizabeth Jacobs - Goodreads

This was a very down to earth book on the subject. However, I thought it could benefit from elaborating on how homosexual/bisexual relationships fit into tantric theory. Their is a brief mentioning of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Vojtěch Rylko - Goodreads

Tantra as is. With historical background. Hard to read. Read full review

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