Tantric sex is the modern, western variation of tantra often associated with new religious Hindu and Buddhist tantra. As tantric practice became known in western culture, which has escalated since the 1960s, it has become identified with its sexual methods in the west.
Consequently, its essential nature as a spiritual practice is often overlooked. The roles of sexuality in tantra and neo tantra, while related are quite different, reflecting substantial differences in their cultural contexts.
One of the most amazing facts about tantric sex is that each of us must be adored. To be honest, to adore someone is an indescribable feeling that only your heart can make the difference between a crush and utter adoration. It’s when you have butterflies whenever you see a person yet you can be yourself around them and be so comfortable. At the same time though, you’re hoping they feel the same way about you and love you too. In ancient times, the Greeks and Romans personified love and sexuality goddess, Aphrodite or Venus.
Having pointed out the adoring part of tantric sex, admiration and Appreciation follows. The two partners must appreciate the body that joins in this connection, to realize her uniqueness and to appreciate the individual beauty part of his being. According to the popular assertion; appreciation is an application for more. This will make the two partners be strong and stronger in the expression of feelings.
Lastly, the act begins and ends with a discussion. The conversation that gets erotic connotations may be the beginning of a prelude. I believe that some of us found ourselves in this scenario where series of erotic thoughts comes to mind after engaging in tantric sex.