The “sexing” of bodies is inevitably a social process whereby certain bodies are categorized as pertaining to men, while others- to women. The “in-between” remains invisible, concealed by the widely-accepted notion that there are only two “regular” ways of existing: either being male, or female. Within this context, social power dictates not only the assignment … Continue reading Desire and Pleasure of the (Un)Sexed Body
“In your body, there exists a subtle current of electricity, very subtle. But the subtler it is, the deeper it goes. It is not very visible. Scientists say that all the electricity that is in your body, if put together, can be used to light a five-candle bulb. It is not much. Quantitatively it is … Continue reading 10 Tantric insights to transform the sexual experience
Church, early on a Thanksgiving morning. I close my eyes to pray but the picture that flashes before my eyes is His being on top of me, kissing me. I’m not talking about Jesus, of course, and it’s not my imagination. “If love is a sin, I’m a sinner,” I comfort myself (with the lines of … Continue reading Affairs to remember
“Everything in the world is about sex except sex. Sex is about power.” Oscar Wilde has got it right. Sex is a complex social issue which embodies layers of hard-to-handle gender and social status controversy. Adding politics of race in the equation only serves to further on heat up the already problematic topic of sexuality. … Continue reading Race in Sex
This is a video in which I interview my Tantra reacher Marek Griks from Poland on questions related to Tantra and his own experience with it. Marek is a passionate activist of tantric spirituality and sexuality, and believes that as a practice tantra is not only a key to personal enlightment, insight, improved love making, … Continue reading First video interview: Intro to Tantra
This is a 6-minute interview with me, made by my dear friend and Tantra Teacher Marek Griks from Poland. Watch it to hear a bit about the place of tantra and Rainbow gatherings in today's society according to me, and more about what we learned, felt, experienced, brought back with us...
My most favourite TED talk ever and huge inspiration!
''I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go.''
I was thinking about acceptance and being in peace with yourself and with the others and then I reminded myself of a situation which took place during my stay in Bali after the Global Youth Forum. I was couchsurfing with some people and we always stayed late in the night and then hoped to get … Continue reading Mindfulness is the fruit of a loving spirit