Sunday, August 31, 2008

Kama Yoga for Male Virility DVD - Introduction

Kama Yoga for Male Virility DVD - Introduction

Traditional Kundalini Yoga postures and movements will improve your flexibility, strengthen muscles, improve circulation, and massage internal organs. The meditative nature of yoga will calm your mind and reacquaint you with your inner self. This reversal of damage caused by a stressful life is essential for restoring good health and sexual vitality.

To enjoy optimal virility, you should do the following:

Practice Kama Yoga daily preferably in the morning on an empty stomach.

Eat 3 to 5 balanced meals per day.

Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water everyday.

Supplement your diet with Kama Raja for Male Virility.

Practice meditation and positive affirmation in the mornings and evenings.

Get sufficient rest.

Strive to remain calm despite stressful situations.

History of Yoga and Sex

The word "yoga" comes from Sanskrit, and it means to bind back, to reunite, or to bring together that which has been divided. As such yoga can be used to yoke together the body, mind, and spirit. Some of the oldest records of yoga were found in ancient Tibetan scrolls more than 10,000 years ago. Around 200 A.D. the technologies of yoga were systemized by a man named Patanjali, the author of Yoga Sutras who is also known as the father of yoga. Since then, this science of the care, maintenance, and preservation of the human body, mind, and spirit has been guarded through the centuries.

During the Classical Epoch (200-800 A.D.) when yoga was systemized, a large portion of it was recorded and preserved. The Patanjali Yoga Sutras are still considered the foundation of yoga today. This philosophy describes an eight-fold path which includes Yama (the five restraints: nonviolence, truthfulness, non-stealing, continence, and non-possessiveness), Nivama (the five disciplines: purity, contentment, scriptural study, austerity, and surrender to God), Asana (postures or poses), Pranayama (breath control), Pratyhara (synchronization of senses and thoughts), Dharana (one-pointed concentration), Dhyana (deep meditation), and Samadhi (awakening and absorption of spirit).

Sex and yoga have been intertwined since the beginning. The Tantra principles, for example, connect sexuality to spirituality through meditation. Tantra is a term loosely applied to several divergent schools of Hindu yoga in which the sexual union of the male and female is worshipped in practice or in principle. It is thought that without developing one's own sensitivity it is impossible to be sensitive to another, and therefore one of the secrets of the Tantrics is that the pleasure of the man is not in his own pleasure, but is in the pleasure of the woman. One major strand of Hindu yoga that dates back to before the medieval period in India focuses on meditation and ceremonies honoring the vulva (yoni puja) and the penis (linga puja). Tantra yoga has had influences on religions such as Bon, Tibetan Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity, Judaism, and Transcendentalism.

A good sex life has long been recognized as integral for a person's health and happiness ... in fact, it was not uncommon in ancient times for Chinese and Hindu doctors to tell patients suffering from various complaints to have two orgasms and call them in the morning! Dan Brown sums up the ancients' view on male sexuality in his book, The Da Vinci Code: "It is important to remember that the ancients' view of sex was entirely opposite from ours today. Sex begot new life—the ultimate miracle—and miracles could be performed only by a god. The ability of the woman to produce life from her womb made her sacred. A god. Intercourse was the revered union of the two halves of the human spirit—male and female—through which the male could find spiritual wholeness and communion with God."

Kundalini yoga is another yogic tradition that pays attention to sex, and one that the Westerner might find easier to understand and practice. Kundalini means "lock of hair from the beloved." The kundalini is awakened when the hair is uncoiled. When the hair is uncoiled creative potential is unlocked and set free. In Kundalini yoga, streams of energy are thought to be raised in the body by means of conscious postures (asanas) and strenuous breath control (pranayama). The practice of Kundalini yoga, which is known for helping one harness and increase sexual energy, is the yoga school we focused on in the Kama Yoga Routine. It is interesting to note that while originally Classical Yoga was developed for those who withdrew from the world to focus on spiritual development (people such as monks and yogis), Kundalini Yoga was developed for the everyday person who lived in the world, had a job and a family, and wanted to balance the inside world with the outside world.

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