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It is, however, definitely written for those with some degree of personal growth, some opening up to the awareness that .In this sense, it’s certainly in a much more sophisticated class than ‘Dating for Dummies 101’. She writes in a way that is easy to read – deceptively so, since each short chapter provides the basis for serious self-reflection, contemplation “Even if you’re not concerned with dating or finding a partner, consider how relying primarily on your eyes for information might be keeping you from more fully exploring smell, touch, sound, and taste.Meet other locals interested in learning more about the Tantra, a relatively recent class of Hindu or Buddhist religious literature written in Sanskrit and concerned with powerful ritual acts of body, speech, and mind. If you get on well out of bed, half the problems of bed are solved.” - Peter Ustinov I am sitting here at my kitchen dining table as I write these words.I am an experienced musician, a devoted geek (or is it Nerd? Im in great shape and like pushing my limits what ever they may be.
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Both as a (single) woman, a professional therapist and a practitioner of Tantra, Shaida takes a closer and critical look at current trends in the ‘dating game’.
In this, her newest book, she is highly critical of the current dating mindset as driven by materialistic advertising and programmed ways of thinking: “I would much prefer to feel the actual nature of my attraction to a person versus what I’ve been conditioned to desire…
I’m talking about the energetic concept that makes that kind of sex possible: balance of the masculine and feminine energies. After getting out of a very intense five-year relationship, I actually took a year off from dating altogether.
At the end of the year, I met a lovely lawyer in LA who subsequently flew to New York City to woo me. He really had his shit together, but one night lying naked in bed he called me a “stallion” – and I knew as soon as he uttered that word that we weren’t a match. But to his credit, the dating experience was so positive it got me back in the saddle and over my fear of opening up my sacred sexual energy to a new partner.