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The Top 10 Times to Be Intimate with Your Beloved

Anytime is a good time for intimacy. Try mixing it up and being intimate at a different time each day for a week! Intimacy can only be experienced in the present moment. These moments can be part of a one-minute intimacy break or an hour-long lovemaking session. Find the time, make the time, take...
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by Diana Daffner, M.A. If you judge people, you have no time to love them. ~ Mother Theresa Even in a great relationship, we sometimes focus on what’s wrong with our partner, rather than taking time to celebrate the love we...

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by Diana Daffner Men enjoy sex. (Yes, of course, that’s a generalization.) They appreciate sex as a release, a satisfying outlet for their masculine energy. They rarely question whether or not it’s good for...

Three Types of Sex

by Diana Daffner What type of sex are you having? Ancient texts from India describe human activity as falling into one of three states, or qualities, called, in the Sanskrit language, tama, raja and sattva.  Each characterizes a specific state of...

What is Tantra?

by Diana Daffner Tantra is an ancient Sanskrit word, meaning “to weave or to expand.” In tantric sex, we weave and expand our energy with our love partner, for the purpose of opening up to the entire universe. Shaped variously by Hindu...