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This Meetup Group is for Women only. Who are interested in practice and Learning to have Tantric Orgasms.

Tantra is a healing touch that helps to circulate your sexual energy in to whole body so you could be able to achieve whole body orgasms. We live in a stressful world and it seems to be only getting more and more stressful. As a result, we are all looking for ways to help calm things down and make ourselves feel better as a result.

There are many ways to do this. However, there is a way that is how women relax and it comes in the form of an Orgasm . Tantric orgasm can free your mind from the stress of daily life and melt away tension, thus increasing your chances of achieving a bed-shattering orgasm.
Tantra is something that more and more women are discovering as a way to not only relax, but to find the joys and highs of being intimate with someone and trust through. The act of Tantra involves balancing energies within the channels of the body. During the act of tantra, the kundalini rises within it. When this happens the individuals are completely dissolved in the unity of cosmic consciousness.
In Tantra, a women’s genital area is called ‘Yoni’, which means ‘sacred place.’ Throughout Tantra , it is important to relax, slow down and admire every inch of the female body.
It is important to understand that Tantra is not only for pleasure, but it has several health benefits for the woman, including stress-reduction. When the woman has suffered through a long day of work and needs a way to unwind, there is no better way than this. Through the practice stress can decrease greatly and feelings of well-being and pleasure will overwhelm the body. This is a great way to help heal the body as the human body heals much better when it is happy, rather than depressed, stressed or sad.

If you are interested in Learning Tantra and Tantric Orgasms join the group and i will be happy to answer your questions.

I run one to one Private Therapy Sessions & Group meets for discussions.

Please Note: Group is for selected limited female members. please make sure its a advance level of tantric practice which involves nudity and sexual activities.

What is Tantra?

Tantra is a Sanskrit word that means “woven together.” Hindu and Buddhist meditation practitioners use sexual union as a metaphor for weaving together the physical and the spiritual: weaving man to woman, and humanity to the divine. The purpose is to become one with God.

In a sense, tantra is the science of goddess worship as the manifest reality is Shakti and by honouring it and working with it rather than against it we are worshipping the divine feminine. Within tantra there are many sects who have a variety of presiding deities: Vishnu, Shiva, Surya, Ganapati and so forth. However it is observable that in the majority of tantric ceremonies and rituals in India it is Shakti in all her myriad manifestations that are favoured and worshipped above all other forms. There is a specific Goddess cult within tantra where shakti is harnessed in various ways, called called Maha Vidya or Sri Vidya. In this practice, over a series of years the yogi is initiated into various energies such as Kail, Tara, Tripura Sundari and so on and then mantras, yantras and various forms of ritual are utilised to connect and activate those energies. For example, Kali is the energy of time and so on.

Shakti and Shiva:

Shakti and Shiva are female and male Tantric deities representing the masculine and feminine aspects of a greater deity. Although these beings are deified, they are both found within all men and women. The whole universe is said to be created from the union of Shakti and Shiva.

In Hindu mythology, Shiva (man) needs Shakti (woman) to give him form, and Shakti (woman) needs Shiva (man) to give her consciousness. He can teach her wonderful things.

Sexual Healing with Tantra:

Sexual healing can assist to release trauma, restore normal sexual functions, and release unhealthy inhibitions and shame. It can also encourage self-esteem, and awaken unconditional love and self-worth–physically, emotionally, and spiritually. As we individually heal these restricting issues, we do so for all humanity.

Ultimately, if a person can find the courage to walk through the gauntlet of sexual healing, the rewards are countless and far-reaching. While the time it takes to heal varies for each person, the ultimate goal for all of us is to experience and integrate

(1) A union with God.

(2) A union within our own being (mind, body, and soul), and

(3) Potentially a union with partners.

Yoni Massage / G-spot Massage:

The primary purpose for yoni (vaginal) and G-spot massage is to access and release any unhealthy feelings or cellular memories resulting from sexual trauma. Remember, sexual trauma can take the form of rape, molestation or shaming from others. Sexual trauma can also result from having sex without a loving connection with the other person involved. Cellular memories of such events are stored in the body’s tissue and, if left unhealed, affect a person’s health, vitality, and sexual response. Yoni massage is one of the best methods of releasing such trauma. A woman can have a partner, friend or properly trained healer assist her to do this massage.

Whoever is chosen, it must be understood that yoni healing massage should not be done in prior to intercourse.

Female ejaculations:

According to medical science, are still a doubtful occurrence. In fact, many medical experts are not certain that a woman even has an orgasm, let alone an ejaculation. They especially deny that a woman can release an ejaculate fluid. Yet, this fact was not unknown to the ancients. In classic writings on sacred sexuality, a woman’s ejaculate fluid is called amrita, or “divine nectar.”

Female Ejaculation

The semen of the female falls in the same way as that of a male.

Despite the denial of many medical experts, a modern laboratory analysis found that a woman does indeed release an ejaculate from the vestibular (Bartholin) glands (located towards the lower portion of the vaginal opening) and the paraurethral (Skene’s) glands (located towards the upper portion of the vaginal opening). A woman’s ejaculate, or nectar, varies in color from clear to slightly opaque and varies in taste from astringent to sweet or has no taste at all. A woman often inhibits ejaculation because of the sensation of urination when she is about to release the amrita. So she consciously or unconsciously tenses up and holds back. But when a woman lets go, she can actually have an ejaculation. The quantity of fluid can range from a teaspoon to a cupful. The amount partly depends on whether her orgasm also triggers a release of her bladder, in which case a larger quantity of fluid is released.

Sexual healing can assist to release trauma, restore normal sexual functions, and release unhealthy inhibitions and shame. It can also encourage self-esteem, and awaken unconditional love and self-worth–physically, emotionally, and spiritually. As we individually heal these restricting issues, we do so for all humanity.

Ultimately, if a person can find the courage to walk through the gauntlet of sexual healing, the rewards are countless and far-reaching. While the time it takes to heal varies for each person, the ultimate goal for all of us is to experience and integrate (1) a union with God, (2) a union within our own being (mind, body, and soul), and (3) potentially a union with partners.

In fact, in the practice of Tantra, it’s often expected that a student will become attracted (if not attached) to the teacher. This attraction is seen as a natural part of a student’s awakening process. If treated responsibly by both parties, it can become a valuable tool to deepen their mutual vulnerability and trust.

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