The Complete Idiot's Guide to Tantric Sex

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Alpha Books, Dec 1, 2001 - Self-Help - 364 pages
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The Complete Idiot's GuideA (R) to Tantric Sex covers every aspect of this ancient practice, from the sacred beliefs of Tantra which form the basis for Tantric loving to the process of preparing for and practicing Tantric techniques. The book is broken down into six parts, including: the secret sexual world of Tantra; preparing your mind for Tantric sex; preparing your body for Tantric sex; preparing your spirit for Tantric sex; the art of Tantric self-love; and the joy of Tantric sex.

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I have read mixed reviews of this book on other sites and was interested in purchasing the book for our extensive sacred sex library at our tantra centre based in the UK.
Having read many
different texts I can honestly say that this book is an excellent introduction into various tantra techniques that are available from around the world. The author has been able to explain many different aspects of tantra in a simple way and backs this up with suitable literature references. She also includes many references to videos, books and CD's and links to hundreds of different web sites on tantra. This also includes in many cases, an opinion on how a particular book or web link is useful and this is really helpful to tantrika's who are wanting to explore other tantra techniques or to get an overview of what else is available from different teachers and centres from around the world. My only criticism is that the book covers such a wide range of topics, that some areas are dealt with in a superficial way.
Having sex that there is still sufficient detail in most cases for the reader to learn about, for example, developing whole body orgasms or in the case of men, to learn to become multi orgasmic. A highly recommended book.
John and Tara
Alto Sax Retreat Centre, Essex UK

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JUDY KURIANSKY is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and faculty member at Columbia University Teachers College and in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia Medical School. An expert in relationships, disaster relief, media and other topics, she has authored more than 15 books in several languages and has led disaster relief after bombings in Jerusalem, SARS in China, the tsunami in Asia and after 9/11 in the United States. A representative to the United Nations for the International Association of Applied Psychology and the World Council for Psychotherapy, she is also a Fellow of the American Psychological Association division on media psychology and media consultant to its peace psychology division. She is a member of the Society for the Study of Education in the Middle East and Muslim World, and has presented plenary speeches and workshops all over the world from Argentina to India, Israel and Iran.

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