Recently I received an email asking me to address the difference between Tantra and Hedonism. This person read my article on polyamory among other Tantric articles and was left a bit confused. To give a bit of a background, she had developed an interest in Tantra and attended a workshop on “red tantra”; which more…… Continue reading Tantra: Free Sacred Sexuality vs. Hedonism
Before I go any further let me make something clear; this article is not meant to teach you Alchemy. You will not find the main keys nor answers to the complex processes of Sacred Alchemy within; anyone who says they can teach you Alchemy through an article, a simple book or quick practices is lying.…… Continue reading Sacred Sexuality III: Alchemy
From ancient times and within every culture, sexuality was considered Sacred; that is, because of all the capacities we as human beings can develop, the only thing capable of creating life is sexuality. We can witness how Sacred Sexuality was to our ancients by studying their cultures and the vast numbers of sexual rites found…… Continue reading Sacred Sexuality Part II: Objective And Cultivation
Sacred sexuality nowadays is often confuse with what is modernly called conscious sexuality; although similar there are important distinctions. Conscious sexuality is a path of self-knowledge and empowerment, which helps to live sexuality more freely (this does not imply promiscuity, it rather focuses on discarding the guilt most people feel when exploring their sexuality). Conscious…… Continue reading Sacred Sexuality Part I: What is Sacred Sexuality?
Are Neo Tantra and Tantric Sex the same thing? After all, in this day and age Tantra is being portrayed more and more like empty sexual techniques than what it actually entails. Sex and spirituality were always intended to go hand in hand yet Tantra is not sex; in fact sexuality is but a small…… Continue reading Keys to Tantric Sexuality
Since the beginning of time the branch of sexuality has taken a back seat to the branches concerned with our mental and spiritual health. Sexuality has remained focused on the physical body yet sexuality is not jut the act of intercourse; it has been minimized to represent simply an act to release quick urges or…… Continue reading Understanding Our Sexuality