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A Tantric approach to Life Counselling and Relationship Harmony
Established in 2006

Women's Tantra Counselling - Session 2

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Session 2

The Art of Tantric Massage

Tantric massage is an erotic, sensual experience, surrendering to pleasure for pleasure’s sake and learning to be totally immersed in deep states of relaxation whilst riding the waves (or peaks) of sexual energy. Tantric massage is a wonderful tool to bring more pleasure, depth and intimacy into your lovemaking. When we learn to surrender to pleasure, we also heal and energise. Sensual touch is one of the most beautiful experiences we can give to the body, mind and soul.

Pleasure Techniques

In Tantra terminology the vagina is called a ‘yoni’—also known as ‘the flower’. Yoni means ‘the sacred place’; it is the gateway to a woman’s temple (her body). Hindu teaching is that the yoni is sacred, as all life passes through the yoni into this world. The clitoris is called ‘The Jewel’, ‘Lotus Bud’ or ‘Jade Pearl’ and the ‘G-spot’ is called the ‘Sacred Spot’ and is also known as the ‘Hidden Jade Moon’. The terminology for the penis is a ‘lingam’, which means ‘wand of light’. This section focuses on techniques to teach him to pleasure the yoni and techniques to help you pleasure his lingam and bring him into higher states of ecstasy, helping him to hold onto his sexual energy longer and open his heart centre so that sex becomes making love and pleasure becomes ecstasy.

Tantric Yoga

This section focuses on the advanced Tantric rituals of becoming aware of a higher spiritual connection to our selves and the Universe as a whole. In Session 1 we focus on the breath and moving sexual energy through the body. In this session we focus on ‘Kundalini’ (our true spiritual self). Kundalini energy is a psycho-spiritual energy, the energy of the consciousness, which is thought to reside within the sleeping body and is aroused either through spiritual discipline or spontaneously to bring new states of consciousness into our existence. Kundalini is Sanskrit for ‘snake’ or ‘serpent power’; this is because it is believed to lie coiled like a serpent in the root Chakra at the base of the spine. In Tantric yoga, Kundalini is an aspect of Shakti—the divine female energy and consort of Shiva. Tantric Yoga was not a system of exercise designed especially for flexibility but rather a whole philosophy of subjugation of the body through practices like maintaining asanas (postures), regulation of the breath, restraint of the senses, and meditation. Tantrikas (practitioners of Tantra) believe that the truth of our inner selves can be found during the altered consciousness of joy, with the body very much ‘switched on’ through practising this form of sacred sex.