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A revolutionary approach to female sexuality that focuses on relaxation as the key to achieving deep orgasmic states • Explores how receptive feminine energy influences the male-female exchange • Reevaluates the role of the clitoris, breasts, and vagina in achieving orgasm • Provides ancient tantric meditations for increased sensitivity and awareness Fulfilling sex nourishes l A revolutionary approach to female sexuality that focuses on relaxation as the key to achieving deep orgasmic states • Explores how receptive feminine energy influences the male-female exchange • Reevaluates the role of the clitoris, breasts, and vagina in achieving orgasm • Provides ancient tantric meditations for increased sensitivity and awareness Fulfilling sex nourishes love, rejuvenates the body, and boosts mental health. Unfortunately, prevailing attitudes in the West work against the natural capacity of women to realize their sexual potential and experience deep orgasmic states. Tantric Orgasm for Women offers women a fresh look at the ecstatic bliss possible within their bodies, using knowledge and approaches from the sensually cultivated traditions of the East. Exploring Tantra from the female perspective, Diana Richardson reveals the critical role receptive feminine energy plays in allowing orgasmic states to arise. Her 20 years of tantric research and personal experience provide readers with an understanding of how the various parts of the female body may be activated to deepen ecstatic states. Readers will learn how to re-circulate orgasmic energy; why breast stimulation takes priority over vaginal attention; the difference between soft penetration and deep sustained penetration, including how to avoid premature male ejaculation; and how women can strengthen the erection response of male partners. Tantric Orgasm for Women shows how women can exert a powerful influence on their sexual experiences when they understand the inner workings of their bodies and when they avoid adopting conventional ideas about what should be satisfying to them.


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A revolutionary approach to female sexuality that focuses on relaxation as the key to achieving deep orgasmic states • Explores how receptive feminine energy influences the male-female exchange • Reevaluates the role of the clitoris, breasts, and vagina in achieving orgasm • Provides ancient tantric meditations for increased sensitivity and awareness Fulfilling sex nourishes l A revolutionary approach to female sexuality that focuses on relaxation as the key to achieving deep orgasmic states • Explores how receptive feminine energy influences the male-female exchange • Reevaluates the role of the clitoris, breasts, and vagina in achieving orgasm • Provides ancient tantric meditations for increased sensitivity and awareness Fulfilling sex nourishes love, rejuvenates the body, and boosts mental health. Unfortunately, prevailing attitudes in the West work against the natural capacity of women to realize their sexual potential and experience deep orgasmic states. Tantric Orgasm for Women offers women a fresh look at the ecstatic bliss possible within their bodies, using knowledge and approaches from the sensually cultivated traditions of the East. Exploring Tantra from the female perspective, Diana Richardson reveals the critical role receptive feminine energy plays in allowing orgasmic states to arise. Her 20 years of tantric research and personal experience provide readers with an understanding of how the various parts of the female body may be activated to deepen ecstatic states. Readers will learn how to re-circulate orgasmic energy; why breast stimulation takes priority over vaginal attention; the difference between soft penetration and deep sustained penetration, including how to avoid premature male ejaculation; and how women can strengthen the erection response of male partners. Tantric Orgasm for Women shows how women can exert a powerful influence on their sexual experiences when they understand the inner workings of their bodies and when they avoid adopting conventional ideas about what should be satisfying to them.

30 review for Tantric Orgasm for Women

  1. 4 out of 5

    Eric Moyer

    A misogynistic, straw-man-filled, deceptive load of garbage. I couldn't even finish it. The only kind of woman one can be is passive and receptive. Any other mode of being is denying ones essence. The author makes blanket assertions about what people do and feel with no proof (and many times contrary to fact). Additionally, the only valid sexual expression (at least in the part I read) is heterosexual. Further, the author loves to garb himself in misunderstood science to support his pseudo-scien A misogynistic, straw-man-filled, deceptive load of garbage. I couldn't even finish it. The only kind of woman one can be is passive and receptive. Any other mode of being is denying ones essence. The author makes blanket assertions about what people do and feel with no proof (and many times contrary to fact). Additionally, the only valid sexual expression (at least in the part I read) is heterosexual. Further, the author loves to garb himself in misunderstood science to support his pseudo-scientific ravings about energy flows. He loves to paint whatever he is presenting as out of the ordinary and special to his followers and teachings. For example, in a section on a seeing meditation, he says that rather than treating seeing as something coming out of your eyes as most people do, you should imagine them being receptive. What a load of putrescent offal! Any modern who has given it the least thought realizes that eyes see because they are receiving light not because they are shooting out some sort of "sight beams." The last credible person to put forward the "rays from the eyes" theory was Plato, who was refuted by Aristotle. I wanted to finish this book because I could see clearly the origin of many strange beliefs that I have hitherto found incomprehensible (energy in the spine and the like). But it was so much like slogging through a toxic mire that I kept delaying picking the book back up and only read it sporadically until I had to return it to the library.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    is there anything to say? this book encourages us to all slow slow slow slow down. perhaps we can only experience the best things in life if we do it slowly. :)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sunflower

    Interesting title, huh? However, I am suspicious, as this woman's guru called "Tantric Master Osho" was formerly the somewhat notorious Bhagwan Sri Rajneesh......However, what's not to like about a book which contains statements like : "Nature gives us sex so that we may have the opportunity to transcend the limits of our physical boundaries, to float as filaments of vibrating light and love" ? (When were you last a floating filament?) Richardson is all about the practicalities and electromagnet Interesting title, huh? However, I am suspicious, as this woman's guru called "Tantric Master Osho" was formerly the somewhat notorious Bhagwan Sri Rajneesh......However, what's not to like about a book which contains statements like : "Nature gives us sex so that we may have the opportunity to transcend the limits of our physical boundaries, to float as filaments of vibrating light and love" ? (When were you last a floating filament?) Richardson is all about the practicalities and electromagnetic potential of the human body from the woman's point of view, and Osho is all about the theory. It is repetitive, and there were parts I skipped (I have no interest in natural family planning, for example), but it is a book I will keep and maybe re-read some parts again in the future.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bobbi

    Well, still working on this one. It's a To-Do book. Some things have definitely worked. This is part of my Perv book section: a potpourri of books that offer quite different ways to look at relationships and sex - and sometimes spirituality. Well, still working on this one. It's a To-Do book. Some things have definitely worked. This is part of my Perv book section: a potpourri of books that offer quite different ways to look at relationships and sex - and sometimes spirituality.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Iila

    realizing now what went over my head the 1st time. So much would shift if more men (and boys) read this.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Evi

    The author has some valid points, but that doesn’t mean the book isn’t inherently mysoginistic and homophobic. If your spirituality/theory isn’t inclusive, it doesn’t mean shit. According to the author women need to tone themselves down a lot in order for the man to no ejaculate too soon. The woman needs to not forget to give her man sexual attention when she just had a baby or else his eyes will roam. The woman is expected to be still, delicate, serene and tranquil. Women shouldn’t alter their b The author has some valid points, but that doesn’t mean the book isn’t inherently mysoginistic and homophobic. If your spirituality/theory isn’t inclusive, it doesn’t mean shit. According to the author women need to tone themselves down a lot in order for the man to no ejaculate too soon. The woman needs to not forget to give her man sexual attention when she just had a baby or else his eyes will roam. The woman is expected to be still, delicate, serene and tranquil. Women shouldn’t alter their breasts for any reason, and if you don’t breastfeed your child long enough your child will end up traumatized. The author believes people in same sex relationships date the same sex because they simply don’t have the perseverance to learn how to deal with the opposite sex, the only working union for tantra. This book is almost 20 years old, and you can tell. Let’s home tantra has come a long way since then and the author learned some more past years. TLDR: the book has some interesting points and information but most of the book is mysoginistic, sexist, homophobic banter...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Habeeb Akande

    Tantric Orgasm for Women explains why breast stimulation is more significant to orgasm than attention paid to the clitoris, and how deep sustained penetration activates the erotic feminine joy. The author (Diana Richardson) draws on tantric research and personal experience to show women how to create orgasmic bliss with a male partner, and how men can overcome problems of premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction to help women embrace their true feminine power. The book is a useful and recomm Tantric Orgasm for Women explains why breast stimulation is more significant to orgasm than attention paid to the clitoris, and how deep sustained penetration activates the erotic feminine joy. The author (Diana Richardson) draws on tantric research and personal experience to show women how to create orgasmic bliss with a male partner, and how men can overcome problems of premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction to help women embrace their true feminine power. The book is a useful and recommended read with clear instructions on how to revolutionise your approach to sexual intimacy. It provides an insightful look into holistic sensuality from the perspective of a well-travelled woman.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Romario Mclean

    Life changing! This book has literally changed my life and my views on sex. I always felt like there was something more/lacking with conventional sex but had no insight and couldn’t find anyone who did.. My partner and I have experienced love making like no other while and after reading. I think this book needs to be shared with everyone. Especially those on the spiritual journey to self discovery.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Miguel Angel

    He encontrado bastantes fragmentos que ya había leído en otro libro de la autora. Aún así, en algunos casos, es de utilidad para tener más presentes los conocimientos que te ofrece. Hay momentos que me han mantenido más centrado en la lectura y otros en los que me ha costado avanzar. Un libro para quedarse con lo útil y para aprovechar las herramientas que contiene y no solo destinado a ser leído por mujeres.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    Reading this book felt like a challenge because it upends the usual ways I think about having sex. It challenged me to think about connecting and being on a different and even deeper level with my partner that feels actionable.

  11. 4 out of 5

    MiriCa

    Celkom fajn, boli tam veci zaujímavé, aj veci, ktoré som brala s rezervou a len preskakovala očami. Odporúčam ľuďom, ktorých zaujíma aj iný, alternatívny pohľad na vec.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amitai Haberman-Browns

    A worthwhile read that opened me to new ideas regarding sex and different ways of having it and looking at it in general

  13. 5 out of 5

    Myrah

    Not so great

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Very good for both women and men. It's very peaceful and relaxing to read and great to have on hand for later reference. An important book, especially in our male-dominated fast-paced society. Very good for both women and men. It's very peaceful and relaxing to read and great to have on hand for later reference. An important book, especially in our male-dominated fast-paced society.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Esther-maria Lindner

    This is not only an essential book for women, but also for men and maybe becoming men. If I ever bare a son he will get this book for his 16th Birthday.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Linda Goeman

  17. 5 out of 5

    Amy Dawn

    Awesome and essential book

  18. 4 out of 5

    Queenjade

  19. 5 out of 5

    Orla Phillips

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tia Elster

  21. 4 out of 5

    Phill Hunt

  22. 4 out of 5

    Pradyumn Shenoy

  23. 4 out of 5

    Shanda

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jojo

  25. 5 out of 5

    Helen

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jess Solar*Y*

  27. 5 out of 5

    Madhuri

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hope

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ros

  30. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Cornelia

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