Three Steps to Bliss

Original art by A. Andrew Gonzalez
In Sky Dancing Tantra there are 3 steps to ecstasy.

Step 1) The Streaming Reflex is recognizing that your body is made of energy and being able to excite and expand that energy whenever you want to. You can learn to experience orgasmic energy outside of a sexual context. What you discover is that you and not your lover are the one who decides how much pleasure you want to feel. This is awakening the pleasure body.

Step 2) The Ecstatic Response
is the process of containing ecstatic energy and relaxing into it so that it continuously expands. Bliss is born when you learn to relax in high states of arousal. The effect is one of high energy and deep peace. When you master the ecstatic response you move beyond the genital orgasm and experience the full body orgasm. This is awakening into oneness.

Step 3) The Wave of Bliss this final step is the ultimate in Tantric love making. In it you discover how to turn sexual energy into pure bliss. You discover how to circulate your sexual energy with your partner through your inner flutes, from root to crown. This bathes the brain in orgasmic energy. You learn to ride these waves of orgasmic energy for several minutes to several hours. This is awakening the bliss body.

Once to master these 3 steps sex becomes an alchemical experience that transforms the physical body into the light body. Sex becomes a vehicle for spiritual awakening.

Adapted from The Art of Sexual Ecstasy by Margot Anand.

I will be teaching this process June 6-7, 2009 in Sedona, AZ. In my Awakening the Ecstatic Body Level Two course. If you are interested in this course please visit my website or email me.

(C) Copyright 2009, Crystal Dawn Morris, all rights reserved.


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