So a lot of men started searching around the yoni, looking for this magic button.
In most cases they were disappointed. Very often the man would refer to a drawing of a vagina in a book, then literally poke around looking for the point. After about five minutes of this, his partner would start to feel like an object and get annoyed. He would get frustrated because he couldn’t find it or couldn’t get her to feel any pleasure and they would end up in conflict.
Many Tantric teachers refer to this area as a sacred spot, and say the clitoris and the G-spot are like the North and South Pole of the woman’s pleasure centre or the yang and the yin of the second energy centre... the sexual chakra. The location of the sacred spot varies considerably from woman to woman. Sometimes it’s deeply set about 7–10cm (23/4–4in) inside the yoni on the upper wall behind the pubic bone.
To give a woman pleasure through the sacred spot, don’t poke around the yoni looking for a button, but stroke the whole sacred spot area. Only stimulate the area after the woman has been highly sexually aroused or perhaps after she has already had an orgasm.
Once you can do this successfully and your woman is highly charged by your stroking of the sacred spot area, then you can explore its orgasmic potential.
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Kerry and Diane Riley were responsible for the introduction as teachers of tantra sex education, tantra seminars and tantra workshops to Australia beginng in 1986. Their contribution to sacred sexuality and tantric relationships has been recognized internationally.
Kerry and his wife Diane founded the Australia School of Tantra, North Sydney Australia. Over the past 15 years Kerry and Diane Riley have been teachers of tantra workshops and seminars for singles and couples plus giving individual couples consultations for beginners and intermediate and advanced students.
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