Enjoy lovemaking with slow Tantric sex

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Life can be hectic, and sex can become the last thing you think about. Even when you do it, it’s always a rush. 108201387 Tantric sex originated in India, Tibet and Nepal and is based on an ancient understanding of how sexual energy is connected to every part of life. Ever since rocker Sting disclosed that he and his wife have tantric sex, the world has had all kinds of misconceptions about what it is. Some think it’s about weird positions, and meditation, with no touch or orgasm involved. According to the principles of the Tantra, sex shouldn’t be rushed. It needn’t be spontaneous, and so you can plan and prepare to have an amazing experience with you partner. All you need to do is slow down and talk about your needs before doing anything at all. And, the experience will leave you both more in love than ever before. Try this one exercise to experience ultimate intimacy and sexual satisfaction:

  1. Create a special space for the experience. Put some effort in setting the scene. A warm bath with candles lit is one option. Or start with a brief meditation session.
  2. Find a comfortable place to sit and just look into each other’s eyes.
  3. Now sit in Yab Yum - the classic Tantric lovemaking position. Your man sits cross-legged and you’ll be on his lap facing him with your legs wrapped around him. Kiss each other as if you’re sharing a breath. Allow the penetration to happen naturally.
  4. After penetration, you can both move slowly, just enough to have some stimulation. Be present and allow yourself to feel the sensation. After a while (it might be a few minutes or longer), stop moving.
  5. In unison, take deep breaths, and start moving again. Take it slow and feel the connection. Tantric sex is not about rushing to orgasm.
  6. Repeat the penetration and slow movement cycle for about four or more times. Allow yourself to climax, alternatively take deep breaths and lie in each other’s arms.
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