“The Experience, A Gentleman’s Guide to Threesomes: Exploring Relationship, Sexual Energy & Western Tantra” by Mark Berry & Jodie Eade
“This book is far more than just an instruction manual for a successful threesome, it is a guide for navigating through the challenges that present even when we try to just discuss our sexual wants and desires in any kind of honest way.
Minimalism – its all over you tube, face book groups,Instagram and pinterest. Getting rid of, letting go, etc etc. The concept is brilliant and yet its more than just throwing out those t shirts you don’t wear and decluttering a drawer every so often. For us it has become a way of life by default. We didn’t sit down and consciously decided to become minimalists. It just sort of happened.
We started travelling. “Stuff” was in storage in two different cities and then we came back to Australia and what to do with all that “stuff”. Well we couldn’t take it to where we were going to live and besides, we were only home to earn some more money so that we could leave the country again, so it wasn’t really worth getting it all out. Continue reading →
In this article we will look in depth at the root cause of violence. In it we present why it is shame that we find at the root of it, and then present ways in which professional therapists, specialised in violent behaviour, have come to recognise and address the problem.
Conflict is often caused by the language we use, not the subject.
One of the biggest reasons a discussion becomes conflict is that we feel blamed, shamed, accused, or that unacceptable demands are being made of us by another. Our sense of self is challenged and we rise to defend it, and rightly so.
This problem is not exclusive to relationships, it effects the entire world. Look at any Social Media spat or gender based argument, most of the time they go in circles with accusation followed by defence of the listeners position because they feel targeted, and then they throw it right back in the same way. It then becomes a fight for dominance of the argument, and the fight becomes nothing to do with the subject matter. Any chance of solution has then become derailed, it has become personal. Then we become stuck in a loop pattern, returning to the same fights, with the same people, and getting nowhere when we do.
An Audio Podcast reading of the original version of this blog is also available on Youtube (click here) (This article was first published in 2015 and has been re-posted here with some edits for clarity so varies slightly from the video version.)
This is a suggestion for an evolutionary approach to solve, or rather dissolve, the Karpman Drama Power Triangle dynamic of Persecutor, Victim and Rescuer.
A 3 Law Approach to Understanding Human Behaviour & Conduct
1. Human Law
Human Law is basically built from two things: Moral Code and the collective cultural beliefs of the era that you find yourself in.
We use Human Law all the time to try to understand our position in the Universe and figure out how we should behave in it. But what happens when we land outside of Human Law, how do we cope? Then we need to look at Natures Law but first let us understand Human Law in the context we mean to discuss it here.
An album of Ambient Tantric Meditation Music by Mark Berry
Kamala, or Kamalatmika, is the 10th Wisdom Goddess from the Mahavidya Hindu teachings and represents the Goddess of Delight.
She is the last, but in some ways also the first Goddess to tune into when learning about the Mahavidya, the 10 Wisdom Goddesses. The Mahavidya are meditations. The Goddess represents knowledge we can meditate upon.
In short Kamala represents the divine found within the ordinary. One method to meditate upon her is to contemplate the light of the sun, not for its physical powers to nourish, but for it’s ability to develop virtue and intelligence. A subtlety, maybe, but in meditating on the Mahavidya it is the subtleties that leads us into deep understandings.
Exploring Relationship, Sexual Energy & Western Tantra
“Going uneducated into a threesome is like a one-armed man trying to navigate Cape Horn in a blindfold and in a dinghy.” — Most men who have tried.
Charting a course through the straits of a threesome without becoming dashed on the rocks of despair has long been the dream of many a man. In this book, revealed for the first time, are a set of guidelines as important for women to know as they are for men. Whether it be couples on a journey to explore their desires or curious singles bound for sexual adventures on the high seas, what lies within these pages is a map, a chart, a pathway. Explanations and explorations to get you safely through to the mysterious world that lies beyond, on the waves of sexual energy. The map is documented within these pages, and defined by ‘The Experience’.