Spiritual sex, as a means of achieving transcendentalism via orgasm, has been a nuance, or sect, of many world religions. Yet, whether it issued from Judeo-Christian bridal mystics, Hinduism's Kama Sutra or Buddhism's tantras sex was relegated to either a minor position or to a very small faction of followers. In contemporary culture we also have the scientific aspect of sexuality, the drug-induced alterations of sexuality, and multitudinous displays of sexual imagery. Why?
From the beginning--as is evident by ancient texts--Mankind has longed for meaningful sex...and still does.
The collected poems of Bridal Mysticism allow the reader to explore a unique insight into human sexuality. It is for those who are willing to embrace their sexuality in order to fully embody spiritualism.
In order to be fully orgasmi...