Sex Is Medicine ~ Intimate conversations about sexuality, spirituality, PLEASURE, and personal growth.

 

Sex Is Medicine is a one-hour sexual wellness podcast that explores the connection between sexuality and spirituality, pleasure, and personal growth with an emphasis on how each of these factors impacts the health and wellness of our body, mind, and soul!

 

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Buddhist Sexual Tantra

Date: Thursday, March 4th 2021

Time: 7-8 pm PST

Listen Live at: CTR Network

Topic: What Is Buddhist Sexual Tantra?

Traditionally Buddhist Tantra has two paths to realization- that of the monk and that of the Tantrik yogi/householder. Devi Ward Erickson was instructed in the sexual application of traditional Tibetan Tantric practices by her root Lama, who falls in the latter category. Because most Westerners have been introduced to Tibetan Buddhist Tantra via celibate monks, there is a misconception that traditional tantra does not include or emphasize sexual teachings. Nothing could be further from the truth!

Date: Thursday, March 11th 2021

Time: 7-8 pm PST

Listen Live at: CTR Network

Topic: Panel Discussion – The Dark Side of Modern Tantra and Sacred Sex in the West

In this episode of Sex Is Medicine, Devi explores the troubling climate of abuse in the Western sacred sexuality industry, the importance of lineage and accountability, and outlines some red flags and things to watch out for in your Tantra providers. She is joined by colleagues, certified Authentic Tantra® practitioners, and ACS certified sexologists, Karen Craig and Rosie Bitts.

Date: Thursday, March 18th 2021

Time: 7-8 pm PST

Listen Live at: CTR Network

Topic: Tantra and Menopause

Join Devi Ward Erickson and CATP and ACS Certified Sexologist, Sequieta Whitfield as they explore how the holistic healing methods of the Authentic Tantra® modality can help alleviate acute menopausal symptoms and enhance sexual wellness.

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Devi Ward is an internationally recognized Tantric Healing Expert, Certified Tantric Healer, Certified Reiki Practitioner, ACS Certified Sexologist, and one of the first Westerners sanctioned to teach the Tibetan Five Element practices, which stem from a 2,600 year old lineage of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism.

Devi is the Host of “Sex is Medicine”, a Tantra Podcast with over 300,00 listeners!

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Listener Reviews

Devi is amazing!!! by Erin and Jason

She is awakening the mass consciousness around Spiritual Sex! Every episode she interviews a sexual expert, and combined with her sexual expertise, this is one of the only radio shows that can expand your consciousness around sacred sex, love, enlightenment and power! She is so fun to listen to and we love her.


Ms by Lexie W.

I LOVE this show! I never knew there was a connection between sexuality and spirituality, and between sexuality and healing our bodies and minds. This is a very informative show whose time is long overdue. Each show is interesting, informative and often entertaining.


Bisexuality Explored on Better Love & Sex by Asha Love

This show is so varied and diverse! As a sensual woman and creative writer, this podcast was incredibly refreshing and exciting for me. Devi is a candid, down-to-earth, charismatic host with a great wealth of knowledge to offer! CHECK IT OUT! There is something here for EVERYONE!


Hello, Devi –

I know I’ve written this before, but I just have to repeat that your knowledge and articulation of these topics is unsurpassed!  I always tune in to your podcasts on men and always get something out of them.  I can’t state enough how impressed I am with your work.

My kudos, too, to Chris and Brion.  All of you work so well together to teach ‘sex (as) medicine.’  Thank you, thank you, thank you!

–Gary


Hi Devi!

At the end your podcast episode Ejaculation Mastery which was the first one I listened to on TuneIn, you encouraged your audience to send an email and reach out to you. So here it is.

Thank you for your amazing work. I really appreciate what you are bringing to this earth. Thanks also to Chris and Brion for that amazing episode. That was my initiation to authentic tantra.

There has been many episodes ever since and reading all through your website and books.

I would love to work with you some day. First I suppose through the semen retention mastery course. At some later point however I would love to do some coaching with you too.

A Computer Science and life student as well as a father of an amazing little price.

Love and peace,

Dimitris

 


Hello Ms Ward Erickson, I would just like to extend my upmost gratitude to you as I have been listening to “Sex is Medicine” for some years now and it is so fundamental for my growth and acceptance of myself. It has allowed me to be more forgiving of traumas and coming into my body and knowing pleasure is actually divinity. Thank you so much for your openness, honesty and wisdom! I would love to one day within The Institute of Authentic Tantra and deepen my self-understanding. I wish you a great deal of peace and happiness. I’m so moved by your offerings and gifts to the world, thank you again.

Warmest regards, M.W.

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