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I'm interested in finding out more about Tantra but when i look it up all i find are articles about sex. Help?

I know that Tantra is a lot more than longer orgasms and better sex. It’s an indian spiritual tradition and i want to find out more about the entire thing, not just the sex bits. could someone help me out with some links or something?
jsyk, I’m not a prude or anything, i don’t require a censored website, i just want to find out about the entire thing. Thanks!


  1. Most of the so-called “Tantra” in the West is really Neo-Tantra: a Western re-interpretation of traditional Tantra, emphasizing the sexual aspects outside of the whole system.
    If you actually want to learn about real Tantra as it’s practiced in India, you should start with the Tantras themselves, the actual texts which are the source of these doctrines.

  2. Yeah..that’s mostly what it is. They have ritual sex in their churches.
    I could post links to photos of said churches, but the relief sculpture they are covered with would probably be considered pornography by Yahoo.

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