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The Mania Lover


In the six words used to describe love “Mania” in Classical Greek is the highly aroused and passionate love. Mania as in Maniacal. Mania is the passion that leads to great and, often elaborate acts that show a great depth of feeling. This may be the need to send a dozen, dozen (144) red roses as a show of love, when for another type of person a single rose would say so much more.

This is related to the colour green and can be obsessive and possessive. It is not an accident that we say “Green with envy”. This green mania drive is possessive attachment and ownership of any love object.

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The Svadisthana Love


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In Tantra you are actively raising your orgasmic energy away from you gonads (sex organs) up the shushumna (spinal column). The base chakra, or energy centra the muladara, is the site of the physical or sexual orgasm. For men working at this level this also means ejaculation. This level or orgasm, though lots of fun, is about physical release and has little to with spiritual development.

In Greek philosophy Eros is the same as Muladara and Storge is the same as Svadisthana. Continue reading →

Tantra, Sex and Unified Consciousness


We live in a universe of two halves. These two halves always act in an attempt to balance each other and are always attracted to each other. In a balanced universe, there is an equality of both. In Tantra, the balance between the male and the female roles should always be equal.

If either becomes dominant, then the practice falls out of balance and heightened orgasm will not be achieved. Continue reading →

Tantric Sex and the Eros Lover


People often ask me ‘what is the magic of Tantra?’ Eros is said to be the God of love. This is not exactly true. Eros is the God of physical love. It is from Eros that we get words like erotic and erogenous.

Sexual love, while it awakens kundalini, the serpent that sleeps at the base of the spine, only awakens it to a limited physical expression of love. It is the situation where our eyes lock “across a crowded room” and the violence of Eros’s arrow hits us so hard that we fall in heat and the limited glory of the physical contracting orgasm. Continue reading →