Tantra is, at one level, all about healing. At others, it's all about living.
Living your life, feeling your feelings, experiencing your fantasies, behaviors, thoughts, ups and downs in sex can help you release energies that could otherwise be repressed and further keep you from glorious sex.
But so many forces in the modern world prevent this. Parents, teachers, religious dogma reinforce wounds in our energy body as well as the physical body's tissues. These can be energetic blocks to ecstatic sex.
The only way to find out what your truth is, is to explore with consciousness and see what feels good. That which feels good and brings you joy in a lasting way can show you your path to a fulfilling life.
The Tantra Practice of summoning and channeling energy between the chakras cleanses old unwanted energy and blockages sourced in wounds from abuse, exploitation, giving away one's power, and painful or unwanted sex . This kind of wounding leaves deep impressions in the body.
Psychological therapy is often a gradual releasing of the power of the past. Often Tantra can move this blocked energy very rapidly. Although not a replacement for psychotherapy, it can get at issues that talking cannot. Breakthroughs can be profound and fast.
All of us can benefit enormously as Tantra Healing addresses the "issues in the tissues"
By pushing someone to feel, in the moment, while being confronted physically with the blockages through various forms of massage and breathing, you use the orgasmic, sexual energy to "breakthrough" the barriers formed by the "old stuff," allowing you to shift and move, letting the energy flow.
Tantra Healing is all about learning to let the energy flow freely.
If you or your female partner needs this kind of releasing, we urge you to read our latest ebook, Tantric G-Spot Orgasm & Female Ejaculation: Awakening The Sacred Gate to Supreme Bliss. It devotes an entire chapter to women's healing and part of the final chapter to men's healing. Click here for more details and to get your own private copy now.
Your guided tour of Tantra continues with the answer to a common question: do I need a partner to learn Tantra?