"Physical penetration is sex, which is a very superficial thing. Psychological penetration is love, which is far more deep, far more significant, far more beautiful, far more human. The first is animal, the second is human. And then there is a third kind of penetration: when two consciousnesses meet, merge, melt into each other. I call that prayer". - Osho
It's kind of funny, there we were Saturday morning , my wife and me, making slow love, nice lots of shifting positions and hugging. My wife enjoyed an O from gentle penetration and pubic rubbing, me enjoying a hard erection. And... our son woke up and ran down the hall to the bathroom. We had been very quiet.
In the past I would have been very frustrated, at not having "my orgasm". i would have looked for an opportunity to PM all day. And would have expected "my turn" Saturday night even if I had PM during the day.
I'm new here, I don't even know if this is the right place to put my thread, but anyways I'll just tell my story in case someone wants to read or have something to suggest.
For some lucky reason i have had a flood of dating opportunities in the last few weeks. I have recently been dating a few girls and i thought id share my experiences of bonding behaviours, karezza, touch, sex etc while dating.
Hello this is my first post here.
Firstly I'd like to thank Marnia for her excellent book 'Cupid's Poisoned Arrow'. I've nearly finished it and it is fantastic [tanz]
My wife is still very much into her orgasms but open to massages and a lot of affection, so going in the right direction.
I've been addicted to unwanted sexual behaviours for all of my adult life. Porn, prostitutes, hooking up etc.
This is due to childhood abuse which I'm currently working through with a therapist.
In the beginning was the One, and It was infinite in all directions, neither male or female. But It was alone, and loneliness is not good for the soul. Alone, the divine being yearned to love and be loved, to know and be known, to touch and be touched. And so It split Itself in two. One half was male and the other female. The male half we call Shivapure, formless, unmoving spirit. The female half we call Shakti, our mother, who is matter and energy and form. Shiva and Shakti have always been one and will always be one, but to our eyes they appear as two.
Just a short update to say that we are at it and that we have already done three days (we do the Exchanges right before sleeping). It is being quite intense and surprising; the touch parts are delightful, and the "humming" yesterday was unexpectedly spiritual and really got us connected.
I am a new member and I have come here to explore the concepts of karezza.
I will give a short history. I am a man in my middle forties. I was married to a narcissist for 19 years.
During the marriage, the only sex that I experienced was the cold and mechanical sort.
After being divorced, I took some time to develop a relationship with a woman out of the country. I spent several months earlier this year experiencing conventional sex that I can only describe as phenomenal. I am back in my own country now, but without my lover.
Paper published in Reflections,
the journal of the Society for Organizational Learning (SOL) Summer 2003
Special issue on “The feminine approach to leadership”
A World in Balance?
The theme of this issue of Reflections - “the feminine approach to leadership” – will be
addressed in this paper through the question: what would be different in a society in
which the feminine was really honored? Honoring the feminine encompasses not only
equal rights to women, but also runs a lot broader and deeper. Indeed, it translates into an