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Secrets of Western Tantra: The Sexuality of the Middle Path

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So many books on Tantra are obscure, obtuse and of little real use - especially for the Western Practitioner. This book aims to provide a direct, honest, pragmatic, no-holds-barred approach to the most powerful methods for personal growth and spiritual attainment.
Paperback, 2nd Revised Edition, 192 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by New Falcon Publications (first published 1989)
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Zaubin Z
Oct 28, 2007 Zaubin Z rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: a few scattered people
Ok, I've read Hyatt before and was very disappointed. Could this book be better? The title is more interesting. But no, sorry, afraid not. Hyatt is an awful writer. I appreciate his self-confidence, but he's kind of a moron. The whole book was just very childish. I gave it a few stars because there are a few exercises that might potentially be useful. Some are just plain ridiculous.
But even better than the book is the essays by different authors at the end (filler, I guess?). None of them are r
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Christopher Hyatt was an American occultist, author, and founder of the Extreme Individual Institute (EII).Using his birth name, Alan Ronald Miller, he has served as president of New Falcon Publications.
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