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The Art of Sexual Magic

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"I recommend The Art of Sexual Magic to all those who want to know from the depth of their own being that sexual ecstasy and exaltation of the spirit are the same experience in different disguises."
--Deepak Chopra

Restoring a sense of sacred significance to the act of lovemaking, the practice of sexual magic also enables couples to celebrate the highest form of erotic communication. Sexuality becomes a way to honor both physical instincts and spiritual yearnings. A world-renowned expert in the field of Tantric sexuality, Anand sensitively guides readers through a series of unique exercises, many of which are based on ancient erotic rituals. In the process, readers will become "sexual magicians," gaining enchanting new powers that are magically accessible to every man and woman. Beautifully illustrated, with more than sixty explanatory drawings, The Art of Sexual Magic is a life-changing book for those who seek to discover the magic potential of sexual energy. It invites lovers on an exciting, unexplored pathway and richly rewarding journey.

400 pages, Paperback

First published January 1, 1989

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Margot Anand

25 books54 followers
Margot Anand is a French author, teacher, seminar leader and public speaker. She has written numerous books including The Art of Sexual Ecstasy; The Art of Everyday Ecstasy; and The Art of Sexual Magic.
Margot (or "Margo") Anand (Sanskrit "Ananda"=Bliss) received her degree from the Sorbonne in Paris. She began her writing career as a journalist covering the American pop culture scene for French magazines, after which she retreated from public life for an extended period to study Tantra and related disciplines. Having visited the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh ashram in Pune in the late 1970s and begun to teach tantra there, she subsequently became notable as one of the first teachers to introduce Tantra and Neotantra to a broad public in Europe and America, and has been the subject of numerous articles and interviews. She designed a practice called "SkyDancing Tantra" that is promoted as a tantric practice. Institutes teaching her methods exist in England, France, Switzerland, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Canada and the United States.

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November 9, 2007
Some of this book is a little hokey for me, although I am a lover of ritual and transformation. But, regardless, there is a lot of amazing information about many magical things and I highly recommend this book!
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May 18, 2010
You have read one book of Margo Anand, that's enough.
Go on with your own creativity and your body's own wisdom.
Sometimes it seems that publishing companies just make the author of a "successfully" sold book getting another book out to increase profit.
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June 9, 2021
A little bit out there but there are many useful techniques and tools for everyone looki ng for a little more in their sexuality!
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