Kamasuthra is the buzzword for sex positions. The study and exploration of kamasuthras sex positions, or "asanas" in Sanskrit, has everything to do with who you and your lover are. Your body awareness, your knowledge of your genitals, your connection with your mind and spirit and your ability to access or master orgasm are key to your understanding of what positions will work best for the two of you.
Remember to let your spirit of playfulness and adventure come out - laughter and orgasm both produce wonderful feelings. You can count on having new things to talk about and learn together when you investigate new positions. When exploring them with a sense of fun, they will lead to laughter, confusion, communication, and a sense of accomplishment. You’ll probably find that some will work well for you, and some just won’t work at all. One of the great discoveries about kamasutras positions is that after you’ve tried a few new ones, much of your awkwardness or reluctance will disappear. You’ll find yourself being willing to try other new things with your lover. That’s what makes exploring different sexual positions so important. This form of trying something new will often lead to a transformed sexual relationship.
Just getting into a position for lovemaking isn't all there is to it. What you bring to the act of love is wisdom, attention, skills, presence of mind, body, spirit, fun, playfulness, and desire. Merely assuming a position isn't going to do it for most lovers. Learning and bringing to the experience the depth of all that is possible is when you begin to truly open the door to magic.
Not only are new sex positions fun to try, they are often the key for women to learn how to increase their pleasure and help create the possibility of vaginal or G-spot orgasms. Men will also get much more satisfaction from intercourse by discovering kamasuthras positions that increase their stamina and give them better control over how long they last.
"Tantra and Kama Sutra Sex Positions" eBook has explicit instructions in the art of the Kamasutras Sex Positions.
Kamasuthra - Sacred Sex Position 02/22/2011
The term "sacred sex" may seem somewhat of an oxymoron in western society, a contradicton in terms. Suggesting that you can find your way to God through sexual activity has been a bit like suggesting you can eat your way to thin-ness.
Partaking in wildly passionate sex and seeking an intensely spiritual life just have not been part of the same curriculum.
We have been taught that pursuing sexual pleasure, enjoyable as that may be, is at the best hedonistic and at worst damaging for our souls. To be a highly spiritual person is t be essentially sexless. It is an either.
However, that view is changing. The concept of sacred sex, finding spiritual union through sexual one, is slowly gaining ground in North America. Our psyches are certainly ripe for it. As a society we are obsessed with sex. In part it's a lustily healthful obsession, a celebratory dance of life's great force, but much of it flounders in darkeness and neurosis - sex for power, sex for profit, sex for oblivion.
At the same time there's a spiritual hunger running rampant through the land. The ache for meaning stretches from radical through traditional - from new age spiritual to long established religious, from pagan to fundamentalist. We are all screaming for substance. Then, wy not unite the two? Bring sex and spirit together and find your magic.
Tantra kama sutra, probably the most commonly known form of sacred sexuality based on a belief that the union of male and female principles will lead to enlightenment. Traditional Tantra uses a complex series of sounds, visualizations, breath control, and sex positions combined with prayerful thought to reach the heights of godly bliss.
The Tantric writings were introduced to the west during the 19th century by British scholars and travellers, foremost among them Sir Richard Burton, who then translated three classic texts that explain and illustrate the art of love with considerable emphasis on sexual lovemakingn positions - Kama Sutra and Ananga Ranga from India and the Perfumed Garden from Arabia.