Thursday, 1 March 2012


Tantra Sex did NOT begin on the date I intended it....

In my last newsletter I said I would start the official worship of Mother God through my body as soon as I picked Ty up....

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update:  I announced that I would begin the tantric sex ritual of man worshipping the body of a woman, as a gateway to Mother God – but this weekend was not meant to be.  The question is then,

“Who does Mother God want to choose to be the first man to worship Her through my body?”

Interesting to see how it will manifest.

The idea of this is to BRING BACK WORSHIP OF GOD AS THE MOTHER & VENERATION OF WOMEN. How can we effectively do this?  Sex is one path.  We’re going to do sex anyway – why not do it like this, in a way that brings positive energy to both parties?

Sex is taught in our society primarily in two ways – Puritanicalism (religion, sex negative) & Male-domination pornography, (sex degradation, no love in it.) There is no mainstream teaching which portrays sex as positive, much less sacred or holy.

Sex is seen as negative, sinful, to be controlled in any realm but marriage (now going out of style), & yet, women are supposed to WORSHIP MEN because it’s all about his dick, his orgasm, the blow & hump, & when HE is finished, NOT SHE, sex is finished.  It’s all about him, not her, he rolls over & goes to sleep or walks out the door.

Women are sad, lonely & frustrated for lack of love & sex, while men satisfy themselves with the help of porn, or else, as I said, they use women for their own fulfillment. 

Where are women to go to for satisfaction?

Women are not asking males what they want, they are not showing them how they want to be pleased.  Why not?  Low self esteem or a culture that says it has to be this way?  Why is she ashamed & embarrassed to insist the male give her head, why doesn’t she show him how to do it?  Why doesn’t she tell him,

“You can’t come unless you help me come first.”

The book “Energy Karezza” gives tremendous guidelines on how to please a woman.  From this you can gather scripts of how it is done, a derivative of tantra worship of woman.


The man has to refrain from orgasming until the woman has at least one or more herself.  The pleasure given a woman is through caress, kiss, rub, massage, lick, suck & hump.  Each thing is done for a few minutes, when the man is inside he is careful not to come.  Take five minutes for kissing her neck & lips while you finger her vagina, the clit & inside, five minutes for caressing, rubbing & kissing, five for licking the vagina, then rub it for a few minutes, then hump a couple minutes, each thing done to please her, not him, each thing building up her excitement, until she comes one or more times. Then the man is allowed to orgasm.  (Some of the yogis refrained from orgasm for long periods of time, which helped them reach Enlightenment.)



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Shaktism (Sanskrit: Śāktaशाक्तं; lit., 'doctrine of power' or 'doctrine of the Goddess') is a denomination of Hinduism that focuses worship upon Shakti or Devi – the Hindu Divine Mother – as the absolute, ultimate Godhead. It is, along with Shaivism and Vaisnavism, one of the primary schools of devotional Hinduism.

Shaktism regards Devī (lit., 'the Goddess') as the Supreme Brahman itself, the "one without a second", with all other forms of divinity, female or male, considered to be merely her diverse manifestations. In the details of its philosophy and practice, Shaktism resembles Shaivism. However, Shaktas (Sanskrit: Śākta, शाक्त), practitioners of Shaktism, focus most or all worship on Shakti, as the dynamic feminine aspect of the Supreme Divine. Shiva, the masculine aspect of divinity, is considered solely transcendent, and his worship is usually relegated to an auxiliary role.[1]

The roots of Shaktism penetrate deep into India's prehistory. From the Goddess's earliest known appearance in Indian paleolithic settlements more than 22,000 years ago, through the refinement of her cult in the Indus Valley Civilization, her partial eclipse during the Vedic period, and her subsequent resurfacing and expansion in the classical Sanskrit tradition, it has been suggested that, in many ways, "the history of the Hindu tradition can be seen as a reemergence of the feminine."..................................................................

Shakti and Shiva

Shaktas conceive the Goddess as the supreme, ultimate Godhead. She is considered to be simultaneously the source of all creation, as well as its embodiment and the energy that animates and governs it. It has been observed that "nowhere in the religious history of the world do we come across such a completely female-oriented system."[3]

Shaktism's focus on the Divine Feminine does not imply a rejection of Masculine or Neuter divinity. However, both are deemed to be inactive in the absence of Shakti. As set out in the first line of Adi Shankara's renowned Shakta hymn, Saundaryalahari (c. 800 CE): "If Shiva is united with Shakti, he is able to create. If he is not, he is incapable even of stirring."[4] This is the fundamental tenet of Shaktism[5], as emphasized in the widely known image of the goddess Kali striding atop the seemingly lifeless body of Shiva.[6]

Broadly speaking, Shakti is considered to be the cosmos itself – she is the embodiment of energy and dynamism, and the motivating force behind all action and existence in the material universe. 


Shaktism views the Devi as the source, essence and substance of virtually everything in creation, seen or unseen, including Shiva himself.

Tantric Sex:

When enacted as enjoined by the Tantras, the ritual culminates in a sublime experience of infinite awareness for both participants. Tantric texts specify that sex has three distinct and separate purposes—procreation, pleasure, and liberation. ............................................

According to Hugh Urban, Zimmer, Evola and Eliade viewed Tantra as "the culmination of all Indian thought: the most radical form of spirituality and the archaic heart of aboriginal India", and regarded it as the ideal religion of the modern era. All three saw Tantra as "the most transgressive and violent path to the sacred."........................

In the modern world

Following these first presentations of Tantra, other more popular authors such as Joseph Campbell helped to bring Tantra into the imagination of the peoples of the West. Tantra came to be viewed by some as a "cult of ecstasy", combining sexuality and spirituality in such a way as to act as a corrective force to Western repressive attitudes about sex.

As Tantra has become more popular in the West it has undergone a major transformation. For many modern readers, "Tantra" has become a synonym for "spiritual sex" or "sacred sexuality," a belief that sex in itself ought to be recognized as a sacred act which is capable of elevating its participants to a more sublime spiritual plane.[39] Though Neotantra may adopt many of the concepts and terminology of Indian Tantra, it often omits one or more of the following: the traditional reliance on guruparampara (the guidance of a guru), extensive meditative practice, and traditional rules of conduct—both moral and ritualistic.

According to one author and critic on religion and politics, Hugh Urban:

    Since at least the time of Agehananda Bharati, most Western scholars have been severely critical of these new forms of pop Tantra. This "California Tantra" as Georg Feuerstein calls it, is "based on a profound misunderstanding of the Tantric path. Their main error is to confuse Tantric bliss ... with ordinary orgasmic pleasure.............................................


An excerpt re. male delaying or preventing his own orgasm

          Coitus Reservatus and Coitus Obstructus
From the perspective of the male practitioners, sexual intercourse in these circumstances was very purposeful. There were strict guidelines to follow. The goal was to increase the concentration of female energy in the male body. This was accomplished through extreme discipline and by following a prescribed methodology.
Intercourse could only take place when the woman was sexually excited, after which, depending on the sect, the man would not ejaculate at all or would do so only after the woman had at least one, or preferably many orgasms. The reasoning derived from the Hindu belief that through intercourse, semen -- both male (bindu) and female (amrita), could be concentrated in the body. It was then preferable to redirect the semen through the body rather than outside it as this then appropriated the female energy to the benefit of the male practitioner.
The practice of coitus reservatus was referred to in Sanskrit as askanda and was represented in artwork of the time by images of a flaccid lingam known colloquially as "down penis" or nicha medhra. The famous statue of the Jain saint, Gomatesvara, is depicted with such a "pendulous" penis.
It would appear that the process was not one of mutual sharing but rather of one party gaining power at the expense of the other. Done improperly then, the ritual could have the opposite effect. Writings warn that the male stood the chance that the situation would be reversed and the woman would gain his energy and strength! Thus he who knew the secret of sexual intercourse turned the good deeds of woman to himself but he, who without knowing this, practices sexual intercourse, his good deeds woman turn into themselves.
The idea of "cultivating" sexual energy from the woman by deferring or avoiding ejaculation can be found  in  Taoism. Taoists believed that women had much larger sexual appetites and the capacity for multiple orgasms and hence had more sexual energy. It was assumed that a woman could experience innumerable orgasms without experiencing any physiological, psychological, or sexual harm - and still be 'enlightened', whereas a man "once he ejaculates falls into a deep sleep, totally drained of all of his strength." Therefore, a man should strive to bring a woman to many orgasms and delay his own because he would then benefit from her energy (her yin). The longer that a man could stay within the "jade chamber," and the more orgasms he could solicit from the woman, the more yin energy he could absorb. 

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