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In Search of the Cradle of Civilization: New Light on Ancient India - Subhash Kak, David Frawley - Google Kitaplar. Understanding Tantric Sex & How To Actually Incorporate It Into Your Life. If you’re not entirely familiar with tantric sex, you may be under the assumption that it’s simply about having marathon sex sessions.

Understanding Tantric Sex & How To Actually Incorporate It Into Your Life

And while that in itself may sound both wonderful and incredibly intimidating, the actual tantric experience is so much more than that. What Is Tantric Sex? Tantric sex is an ancient Eastern spiritual practice that is meant to broaden one’s consciousness and to connect the polar masculine and feminine energies. Practicing tantric sex can enable you to reach new levels of sexual energy by exposing sexual energy you never knew you had. You and your partner will undergo an intense focus of concentration that can ultimately allow you to experience hours of incredible sex, intense orgasms, and a new connection to both each other, yourselves, and the outside world.

The 5,000-year-old practice of tantric sex is about enlightenment and reverence for your partner that extends far beyond an orgasm. Where Do You Begin? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What is Tantra?: Setting the record straight — Tantrik Studies. "Tantra" is now a buzzword in the modern Western world.

What is Tantra?: Setting the record straight — Tantrik Studies

We see it on the covers of popular magazines and books, usually linked suggestively with the notion of superlative sexual experience. Though almost everyone has heard this word, almost no one—including many people claiming to teach something called tantra—knows anything about the historical development of the Indian spiritual tradition that Sanskrit scholars refer to as Tantra.

What these academics study as Tantra bears little to no resemblance to what is taught under the same name on the workshop circuit of Western alternative spirituality. Carl Kellner (mystic) Carl Kellner (1 September 1851 – June 7, 1905) was a chemist, inventor, and industrialist.

Carl Kellner (mystic)

He made significant improvements to the sulfite process and was co-inventor of the Castner-Kellner process. He was a student of Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism, and Eastern mysticism. He was the putative founder of Ordo Templi Orientis. Carl Kellner is reputed to have developed the Ritter-Kellner process while working for Baron Hector Von Ritter-Zahony in 1876.[1] In 1889 he established the Kellner-Partington paper pulp Co[2] in association with Edward Partington. The process for making caustic soda and chlorine by electrolysis of brine using a mercury electrode was developed independently by Mr Hamilton Y. It is not known when he obtained his doctorate but he used the title of PhD from 1895.[5] Sex magic. Paschal Beverly Randolph[edit] The earliest known practical teachings of sex magic in the Western world come from 19th-century American occultist Paschal Beverly Randolph, under the heading of The Mysteries of Eulis: If a man has an intelligent and loving wife, with whom he is in complete accord, he can work out the problems [of how to achieve magical results] by her aid.

Sex magic

They are a radical soul-sexive series of energies...The rite is a prayer in all cases, and the most powerful [that] earthly beings can employ...it is best for both man and wife to act together for the attainment of the mysterious objects sought. Success in any case requires the adjuvancy of a superior woman. THIS IS THE LAW! Theodor Reuss. Theodor Reuss (1855 - 1923) Albert Karl Theodor Reuss[pronunciation?]

Theodor Reuss

(June 28, 1855 – October 28, 1923) was an Anglo-German tantric occultist, freemason, police spy, journalist, singer, and head of Ordo Templi Orientis. Early years[edit] Reuss was the son of an innkeeper at Augsburg. Gérard Encausse. Franz Hartmann. Not to be confused with Franz Hartmann (1796-1853) homeopathic Medical Doctor.

Franz Hartmann

References[edit] Hargrave Jennings. Hargrave Jennings (1817-1890) was a British Freemason, Rosicrucian, author on occultism and esotericism, and amateur student of comparative religion.

Hargrave Jennings

Phallism and Phallicism[edit] In several voluminous works, Jennings developed the theory that the origin of all religion is to be sought in phallic worship of the Sun and fire, which he properly called "phallism. " In addition to the works to which he affixed his own name, Jennings is thought by some researchers to have written a number of anonymous volumes in the privately printed "Nature Worship and Mystical Series" series, and possibly also to have written under the pseudonym "Sha Rocco.

" As Jennings made clear in several of his books, he used the word "phallic" in its non-gendered sense, meaning "having to do with the sexual organs"; thus he included worship of the female genitalia under the heading of "phallic. " Arnold Krumm-Heller. Heinrich Arnold Krumm-Heller (April 15, 1876 – April 19, 1949) was a German doctor, occultist, Rosicrucian, and founder of Fraternitas Rosicruciana Antiqua (FRA), a traditional Hermetic order that operates in Brazil.

Arnold Krumm-Heller

He also was a German naval intelligence agent during the Mexican Revolution and World War I.