The numerous benefits of meditation are becoming more apparent to mainstream society.
This is truly good news, since according to our Teacher, Lama Tashi, the root cause of all suffering comes from the chaos within our own mind.
We as a society are coming to understand how mindfulness can have a positive impact on our daily life by decreasing anxiety and stress, enhancing self esteem and self acceptance, improving mood and cognitive function, increasing mental focus and acuity, and improving the immune system and energy levels- and those are just a few of the many verified benefits of regular meditation practice.
But can regular meditation practice improve our most intimate connections and experiences?
And is there a connection between mindfulness and our ability to give and receive pleasure?
A few years ago, I presented this webinar about the science of sex and meditation, and how you can improve the quality of your sex life through daily meditation practices, for The Sinclair Institute.
The information is still so relevant and so necessary for all of us to be aware of.
One of the main “blocks to bliss” is our inability to be present with and connected to our body during the sexual experience. But if we aren’t cultivating mindful presence outside of the bedroom, how can we expect to experience mindful presence INSIDE the bedroom?
This 51 minute webinar explores:
Grab a cup of tea and curl up with a blanket and a notebook, and enjoy this free class!
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*The Tantra Mastery Training Program does not require approval by the registrar of the private Training Institute Branch (PTIB). As such, the registrar did not review this program.