The Kama Sutra

The Karma Sutra, an ancient Sanskrit text, was written in the 4th Century by a Hindu sage, Vatsyayana, as a sexual and social code to provide guidance on the art of love. It is mostly known for expressing the erotic side of tantric studies. The Karma Sutra has some excellent advice even for today and is definitely worth reading. For example, check out these excerpts from the Kama Sutra:

  • “ Without curtailing the time dedicated to studying spiritual and material subjects and related sciences, a man should also study erotic science. The KA SHASTRA and it’s ANNEXIS”
  • Oral Sex (Sucking the Mango)

“Having bared the mast, pressing the organ hard, passionately, while half inside, and sucking while pressing is known as sucking the mango.”

  • “Passion may flourish in no other finer fashion than through the acts of tooth and nail. All parts of the body are suitable for biting-the forehead, the lower lip, the neck, the cheeks, the chest, the breasts, then, the crotch, the armpits and the sex parts.”

Kama Sutra Positions

When it comes to lovemaking positions, which the Kama Sutra is mostly known for, the postures shown are mostly too difficult to get into unless you are a Tantric yogi or yogini, the Karma Sutra positions are not relevant for everyone, but the reading is. It would be far more practical for most people to study tantric sex and learn the techniques of tantra than try to master the Kama Sutra positions.

Talking more about the Kama Sutra

A better approach is to study the book “Sexual Secrets for Men” on tantric sex.(titled “Tantric Secrets for Men” in USA) and published around the world, and has sold over 100,000 copies.The book has been reviewed by Sydney Morning Herald, The Age in Victoria and The Courier Mail in Queensland, and in popular men’s magazines such as Penthouse, FHM, Ralph and also popular women’s magazines including Cleo, Cosmopolitan and Wellbeing. The book is easy to read and very practical. It is given complimentary in sessions with a Tantra Goddess from The book draws from and talks about the Kama Sutra as well as sacred sexuality and Tantra, so it helps to backup what you learn with the Tantric coach. There is also the DVD, The Secrets of Sacred sex, A Guide to Love and Intimacy, which you can purchase from the Goddess or from