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When the words, “Kama Sutra,” are uttered, it seems every erogenous zone comes to life and visions of acrobatic and flexible positions come to mind. It’s no wonder. The ancient India Sanskrit text is not really a sex manual, however. The Kama Sutra is an instructional guide to living one’s best life with love and excessive amounts of pleasure. Sounds good, right? Here’s a few tips from the 2,400-year-old text that can breathe new life into any sex life.

Kama Sutra Technique: Churning

Don’t be the guy that literally does the “in and out” which just random thrusts in and out. However, that doesn’t mean a man has to hang from a chandelier either. Sometimes, a little twist up, literally, can do the trick. Try adding the churn to the mix. Grabbing the penis by the base, move it in small circles inside her vagina. By doing this, a man can not only heighten the pleasure of both partners, but also find new hot spots he wasn’t aware of.

Kama Sutra Technique: Take it Down

Trying to stimulate the elusive G-spot with the penis is a gentlemanly and high-level move. However, don’t forget the back of the vagina which can yield the especially deep, carnal moans.

While in missionary, instead of thrusting up, thrust downward instead. Either go short and sharp or intermix long, deep strokes with faster ones.

Kama Sutra Technique: Buffeting

Looking for a way to delay gratification, but also want to keep the raw, lusty, animalistic vibe going? Try buffeting. During thrusting, a man should pull completely out and then thrust back in with a fast, hard stroke. Intersperse it to shake things up or do it, do three short pulses inside and repeat.

Kama Sutra Technique: Three for the Win

Erogenous zones are all linked, so it’s no surprise the stimulating them at the same would lead to a mind-blowing orgasm. Choose three erogenous zones on a partner (lips, ears, nipples, clitoris, etc.) and get to work. A reported winning combo is deep kissing or licking, nipple tweaking, and clitoral stimulation. This also works for men. Feel free to use adult toys to lend a helping hand.

Kama Sutra Technique: Take Aim

While in missionary, aim the penis to the left or right, keeping firm and continuous pressure on that side of her vagina. Why? One side of the clitoris is almost always more sensitive. Keep the lines of communication open to see which side feels better.

Kama Sutra Technique: Just an Inch

To switch things up, focus on the second most sensitive spot on a woman, the first inch of the vagina. Using fast, shallow strokes, keeping the penis in (but just barely) will cause those inner nerve endings to go wild. Pair this technique with buffeting for a killer combo.

Kama Sutra Technique: Rub Her Belly

Okay, it seems a little silly, but rubbing your partner’s (if female) belly immediately prior to orgasm. Why? The area above a woman’s pubic bone is highly sensitive. Place both hands flat on her lower abdomen right above her pubic bone. Then move the hands in opposite directions, back and forth across the abdomen. Also, don’t stop what’s being done to bring her to orgasm in the first place! For male partners, stimulate the perineum in a similar firm pressure, back and forth motion.

With sex this good, a man’s penis can definitely get overworked. That’s why many men use a specially formulated penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to rejuvenate and restore their penis. Crèmes like these keep the skin soft and supple so chafing and dryness aren’t a worry and strengthen collagen in the skin with vitamin C. Shea butter and vitamin E seal in hydration while amino acids keep nerve sensitive and strong for a man’s every Tantric desire.

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Source by John Dugan

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It’s beginning to feel like summer here in Philadelphia. If the heat doesn’t get you, the humidity certainly will! I’ve recently discovered a couple of things that help to keep me cool and comfortable. These will also work for you, even if you don’t live here in the city.

The most incredible discovery happened just a few days ago. My daughter and I were watching TV in my one window, no cross ventilation bedroom, and the heat was unbearable. (I’ve since put my air conditioner in, but this was a couple of days before that.) I knew there was no way that I was going to sleep that night. I was moaning and groaning, and my brilliant daughter suggested that I fill up my hot water bottle with cold water. I’ve been using a hot water bottle every night for a very painful frozen shoulder, and the heat works wonders for me. It was laying there in the bed, beckoning me to fill it up with cold H2O. It was so amazing! I cuddled with it, and held it in the bend of my arm. I kid you not…it instantly cooled me off! I held it to my feet, my tummy, my inner arms and thighs, and even my hands appreciated the coldness. As usual, I found the sound of the sloshing water to be comforting, as well. Hot water bottles can be found at most pharmacies, and generally cost $10-$15. Buy one, or buy many, and keep them on hand to cool you down during the hotter days of summer. In the winter, they’ll keep you warm and help to relieve achy joints, belly aches, cramps, and sometimes, heartburn.

There are a couple of other things that I’ve been doing so far this season. It’s things that I’ve known to do for a long time, and I have done so a little in the past. However, I have been faithfully remembering to put my wrists under very cold running water to almost instantly give me relief and lower my level of discomfort. I’ve also been splashing my face with very cold water and holding cold, wet paper towels against the back of my neck and chest. Simple enough, yet it only works if you actually do it! I’ve given up on any delusions of keeping sunscreen on my face, as it only makes me sweat and horribly irritates my skin, but that’s another story. It’s worked to my advantage-not wearing sunscreen the last three years-because now I instantly splash my face with cold water, having no reason to fear getting sunscreen in my eyes. (I have taken to wearing some rather goofy looking sunhats.)

To remain more comfortable during the heat, everyone knows to keep well hydrated. To make water more appealing, add sliced or cut up fruit to an empty water container (glass looks very attractive), and fill it with water. Put this in the fridge and fill it up as the container empties. You can use strawberries, lemons, limes, apples, nectarines, pears, watermelon, cucumbers, or a combination of any of these. You can use any fruit that you’d like. You can also add fresh mint leaves, if desired. It’s amazing how flavorful the water becomes. It’s refreshing, and it encourages you to stay hydrated.

Don’t forget how hydrating fruits can be! If you eat a fair amount of fruit throughout the day, it all adds up. Frozen fruit will cool you right down, and it tastes almost as good as ice cream. Here are some ways to prepare, and eat, frozen fruits:

• Frozen grapes – although grapes are really a winter fruit, and not nearly as tasty during the summer, freezing them during the hotter months is an interesting way to enjoy them. Fill up a zip-lock bag or container with whole, clean, and dried grapes, and put the container into the freezer. That’s it. When they’re frozen, you can eat them just as they are. They can also be added to smoothies.

• Sorbets and slushies – use any frozen fruit of your choosing. You can buy bags of frozen fruits, or freeze your own. (Cut fruit-melons, pineapples, etc.-into chunks and freeze in containers …

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