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““The ultimate guide to enhance your relationship. Enjoy new positions of the Kamasutra and Tantric Sex. Spice up your life with games, toys and dity talk.

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What is kamasutra?

“For most people, when they hear the words “kama sutra,” they automatically see some contortionist sex positions. They think it requires positions that use acrobatics, yoga, and maybe even some primeval pornography. This is only partly true.
The Kama Sutra actually covers much more than what people in the Western world see. To simply say that it is just a book full of spicy sex positions is providing this ancient, sacred Hindu text a disservice.
Kama sutra isn’t something that magically turns everyday sex into sacred lovemaking. That part is only like 20% of what it is about. Real, sacred lovemaking is mainly about a deep connection and spirit, which is the reason why the sex positions of the Kama Sutra only takes up about 20% of the text. The rest of it helps to guide you through the art of love. Kama Sutra also helps you with things like:

  • Balancing your masculine and feminine energies in yourself and in the partnership
  • The practice of different arts like cooking, poetry, and mixing
  • Proper grooming
  • Self-care
  • Etiquette
  • What triggers and sustains desire
  • Family life
  • The philosophy and nature of love
  • Many other non-sexual, pleasure-oriented facets of life

It helps you to live a good life and not simply how to have amazing contortionist sex.
Kama sutra, which is also written as Kamasutra, is a Sanskrit word made of two words, “kama” and “sutra.” Both words have different meanings, but when they are combined, the meaning makes up the premise of what Kamasutra is all about.
“Kama” in Sanskrit translates to “desire,” and includes both the aesthetic and sensual desires. However, when it comes to Kamasutra, it places emphasis on sensual desire. In the majority of world religions, a person’s sexual desire is viewed as taboo.
However, within Hinduism, “kama” is one of the “four goals of Hindu life.” Their four goals of life include, “kama,” “artha,” meaning success and abundance, “dharma,” meaning truth and virtue, and “moksha,” meaning release.
In Sanskrit, “sutra” means thread or line, but in the sense of Kamasutra, it is talking about a thread of verses that create a manual.
Where Does it Come From?
Kama sutra comes from the ancient Hindu book called the Kama Sutra that was written by the Indian philosopher Vatsyayana Mallanaga between 400 to 200 BCE. What is interesting is that Vatsyayana said that he was a celibate monk. He also said that bringing together all of this sexual wisdom was the contemplation of deity and a form of meditation.
Vatsyayana wasn’t the teacher of this wisdom but simply composed the Kama Sutra from a book that was written much earlier, in the seventh century, called Kamashastra, or Rules of Love . This other book is a lot larger, but it also looked at the love-customs and partnev hyvtapopixuby ow Nojndezw Ispou.
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