Married couple right here, we’ve been enthusiastic about spicing up our intercourse lives after having children. Does anybody suggest tantric as a manner? We have been enthusiastic about getting a male tantric man to show us, do they get contain?

Married couple right here, we’ve been enthusiastic about spicing up our intercourse lives after having children. Does anybody suggest tantric as a manner? We have been enthusiastic about getting a male tantric man to show us, do they get contain?

3 thoughts on “Married couple right here, we’ve been enthusiastic about spicing up our intercourse lives after having children. Does anybody suggest tantric as a manner? We have been enthusiastic about getting a male tantric man to show us, do they get contain?”

  1. Well… Tantra is a life philosophy. Tantric sex is one way of its manifestation. It is mostly about releasing, feeling, and connecting. It doesn’t “spice” things. It “bonds” people into more love, more sensation, and ‘doing by not doing’.
    From my experience (M here), it is very easy and natural for women, but takes a whole lot of development and maturity for men to commit to such way of love making.
    For example, men are goal seekers, thriving towards the orgasm. In tantra, there is no goal, just union and release.
    Men are used to ejaculate at the peak. In tantra, there is no peak, and ejaculation is preferably not reached.
    Men are used to thrust back and forth. In tantra, connection is super gentle, with utmost love and respect,
    Men tend to be task oriented, with a clock behind their shoulders. In tantra, couples connect for 1-2 hours, sometimes more, sometimes twice or more per day, with no time constraints, no clock, no goals. Just pure satisfaction from the union and the nothingness involved.

    If this is something that appeals to you both, then you I suggest two things for a start:
    1. See lectures of New-Age Tantra, you can find on YouTube and bittorent. It will explain the biological and hormone aspects involved.
    2. Read the book by Diana Richardson “The heart of Tantric Sex”. It will give you the techniques and elaborate on how and why.

  2. I am a Tantra teacher as well as a marriage therapist. A Tantra instructor does not need to be in the same room with a couple who are having sex, and it would be detrimental to your relationship if that were the case. I wouldn’t trust someone who insisted on it, either.

    IMO, you could do just as well by sharing a book with your lover on the subject. Margo Anand has several excellent books to start with for couples. If you’ve gotten beyond where a book can take you, then look for classes or instructors who will not take clothes off.

    If you’re simply looking for a 3rd person to help improve your sex life, then look for that, not a Tantra teacher. You might be disappointed otherwise.

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