This nonfiction consciousness-expanding book may reveal to you just how liberal you are--or aren't--about your sexuality. Far more than a sex manual, Lee Lozowick's eye-opening text discusses such tangential issues as having passion for all aspects of life, the elements of a truly sacred marriage, and the balance of the Masculine and the Feminine in each individual, among other subjects. But be prepared: the author goes after common Western notions of sexuality with an axe! You may love this book or hate it, challenge it or be challenged, but either way, you will take a new look at the old story of love.
The great Sufi poet Rumi raises the question: "What are you, spiritual or sexual?" In this self-help book of 70 of his talks, "crazy wisdom teacher" Lee Lozowick shouts "Both!" Pithy passages are organized as "secrets" that offer commonsense insights for men and women seeking to unfurl the "mysteries" of sexual union. Lozowick begins with assessments of the dividing natures of men and women and proceeds to a demystifying approach of tantric love and beyond. Despite the fact that his earthy language will offend some (prick and tits pop up on page 2), his approach is almost quaintly old-fashioned. He eschews selfishness, proscribes relationships based on friendship, insists on honor and maintains that orgasm is not the ultimate communion but only a part of a loving life. "The Divine is not discovered by becoming more and more 'far out.' The Divine is discovered by becoming optimally normal."
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