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Sex, Orgasm, and the Mind of Clear Light: The Sixty-four Arts of Gay Male Love Paperback – June 25, 1998
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"Jeffrey Hopkins knows that physicality is the doorway to the sublime. As he probes the mysteries of sexual and spiritual ecstasy, he teaches us about Buddhism, the wisdom of our bodies, and the luminosity of our minds. 'All beings are seeking happiness,' he reminds us. His book has wisdom, power and dignity."
-Mark D. Epstein, M.D., author of Thoughts Without A Thinker: Psychotherapy from A Buddhist Perspective
"The great classics of religious literature have presumed a heterosexual audience. Gay men are left wondering: how does this relate to me, to my desire? Whatever opinion one may have regarding the spiritual relevance or feasibility of the techniques described in this book, that it presumes a gay male audience makes it an unquestionable contribution to the queering of Buddhism...a real tour de force."
-Jose Ignacio Cabezon, Illiff School of Theology, Denver, author of Buddhism, Sexuality, and Gender
About the Author
Jeffrey Hopkins is Professor Emeritus of Tibetan and Buddhist Studies at the University of Virginia, where he has taught Tibetan Studies and Tibetan language since 1973. At the University of Virginia he served as Director of the Center for South Asian Studies for twelve years and founded a program in Buddhist Studies.
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The trick is to , little by little , learn to bear the beams of love, as Blake said. Or , learn to bear the pleasure , letting it nourish your body and spirit. Pleasures heals and keeps the heart open and vivacious. Sex is not just genital--it's a holistic experience. So practice holding back and stopping when you are ready to come. Rest and start over and enjoy what is our birthright brothers.