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Online Reference For Body, Mind & Spirit

Subject: Relationships and Romance

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Using the mouth and, especially, the tongue to stimulate the anus. 

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Something that excites or produces sexual arousal. 

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A state of pure love, sometimes call real love.

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An acronym for a variety of sexual practices that include: bondage, discipline, dominance, submission, sadism, and masochism. 

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First described by Colette Dowling in her book by this name, it presents the thesis that some women have a fear of independence and an unconscious desire for someone (a metaphorical "Prince Charming") to take care of them. Dowling claims that this "complex" becomes increasingly obvious as women age and is a major cause of women choosing to stay in a dysfunctional or even abusive relationship.

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Finding pleasure, especially sexual pleasure, in experiences that are commonly deemed to be painful or humiliating. 

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A term that refers to a society ruled by men and that gives women little or no power. See matriarchal

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A system where descent is traced through the father. Children take the father’s name. European and American societies are patrilineal. See matrilineal

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The manifestation of physical phenomena such as table tipping, apports, the appearance of unusual lights, etc., usually during a séance. Usually it requires a state of trance on the part of the medium.

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Also spelled polyamoury, the belief the humans are not monogamous by nature and can love more than one person simultaneously. Although based on love, communication, and honesty, some people use the term to falsely mean cheating on a partner, having many sexual partners, etc. Some Pagans follow a polyamorous lifestyle, living in groups similar to the communes of half a century ago. Polyamory requires a great deal of personal security and a strong sense-of-self in order to limit negative ...
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A sexual position in which the person being penetrated is on top of, astride, and facing the feet of the person on the bottom. 

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From the Marquis de Sade. Deriving pleasure, especially sexual pleasure, from inflicting physical or emotional pain on others. 

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While sexual activities are most commonly practiced for pleasure and procreation, there has been a secret knowledge held among various groups that that the energy raised during sexual activity, as well as the mental state that occurs during prolonged sexual activity, can be united to create remarkable changes in our spiritual selves and physical environment. The techniques to do this are commonly called Sex Magick. Many thousands of years ago, the philosophy and techniques that would become ...
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The ultimate life partner for any person. In some traditions, the concept is based on the belief that in past lives, perhaps several past lives, your souls were intertwined, and that link remains to this day. Other traditions contend that you will have different soul mates at different times, so there may be several of them. In the Kabalistic tradition, soul mates are “sparks,” or two parts of the same soul. As you go through spiritual evolution, you eventually find your complementary spark ...
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See: soul mate.

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  1. A non-physical entity that becomes a romantic interest for a man or woman.
  2. A non-physical partner used by a magician during a sex magic ritual.
  3. A non-physical entity such as an astral body or ghost who remains near a living person due to close (some would say too close) emotional ties, real or imagined, to that person. 
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1.  While sexual activities are most commonly practiced for pleasure and procreation, there has been a secret knowledge held among various groups that that the energy raised during sexual activity, as well as the mental state that occurs during prolonged sexual activity, can be united to create remarkable changes in our spiritual selves and physical environment. The techniques to do this are commonly called Sex Magick. Many thousands of years ago, the philosophy and techniques that would become ...
2.  Sanskrit for "System" or "Doctrine." Tantra is a very sophisticated and extensive system of ancient Indian Occultism, possibly developed from the traditional Dravidian inhabitants, and from which many Eastern and Western practices are derived. It may also have been developed by the Aryan Warrior Class in reaction to Brahmanical control. It is also proclaimed to be the "revealed teaching" for this (the Kali Yuga) Age. Three distinct types of Tantra exist: Hindu Tantra, Buddhist Tantra, and Jain ...
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Inducing orgasm through mental activity alone. 

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Deriving sexual pleasure from watching people in various stages of undress and/or in sexual activity. 

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