Buddhist tantric sex

Duration: 10min 25sec Views: 201 Submitted: 08.06.2020
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If you're interested in sexual practices, the concept of tantric sex has probably crossed your horizon more than once. A supposed ancient Indian practice, it emphasizes incredibly slow, intimate connections with deep breathing and certain rituals, and is generally conceived of as a holy, spiritual sort of tradition designed to help people attain enlightenment with a heavy dose of pleasure along the way. However, that may not exactly be what its original practitioners had in mind. As we'll discover, tantric sex is a perfectly good way to spend your time, but it's had a slightly odd history fraught with colonial Western attitudes and debauched monks, and what we see these days is very much a New Age creation, not an ancient tradition.


I was a Tantric sex slave | The Independent

Miranda Shaw has a Ph. Her book Passionate Enlightenment: Women in Tantric Buddhism , which will be published this summer by Princeton University Press, clarifies the importance of women in the tradition of tantric teachings and practices. Tantric Buddhism is a nonmonastic, noncelibate strand of Indian, Himalayan, and Tibetan Buddhist practice that seeks to weave every aspect of daily life, intimacy, and passion into the path of liberation. Historians have long viewed the role of women in tantric practices as marginal and subordinate at best and degraded and exploited at worst. Shaw argues to the contrary. In addition to interviews and fieldwork conducted in India and Nepal over a two-year period, Shaw recovered forty previously unknown works by women of the Pala period eighth through twelfth centuries C.

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Guest Post By Joanne Clark. I just accepted that Guru Rinpoche had a consort and that she was highly realized. It looked pretty cool. It was all part of the mystique, part of the landscape of life in Rigpa as I knew it, where the master could introduce you to the nature of your mind at any second. But then stories about famous consorts such as Yeshe Tsogyal are not secret.
Feet of clay? No, it was a different part of the anatomy - and of all too fleshly substance - which caused the trouble. But, I suppose, you don't expect Tantric sex to be a straightforward activity.