Kama Sutra - 3 Best Positions For Sex and More!
By: Sacha Tarkovsky
In This article we are going to look at what the Kama Sutra is about and cover the three best positions for sexual enjoyment.
We will be doing articles on subsequent topics in the book, but for now itís a general intro and those 3 best positions!
The Kama Sutra, is an ancient Hindu book which was and still is a guide to human behavior, including sexual behavior.
It is organized in seven sections which address the seven ages of a man.
In section 1, the man enters maturity and creates his own residence. In the second section, the man studies and practices sexual skills
Actually only 20% of the Kama Sutra is about sexual techniques. This section (two) contains a total of 8 sexual positions, of which each has 8 variants, so you end up with 64 positions for the joining of a man and woman, This section is often mistaken as being the whole of the Kama Sutra.
Section three gives the secrets of seducing and copulating with a virgin, but no sexual techniques, only advice. The following 4th section is the book of the householder, and the man marries with much advice about the home and family.
Section five assumes the man is bored with marriage, so the treatise explains how to seduce other menís wives for variety. The next section assume the man has tired with other menís wives, so it focusí on relations with prostitutes (or more mildly called courtesans, but it means the same thing. Sex and affection for money)
The last section finds the man in his 7th stage, and in fear of losing his sexual potency and libido, so it gives recipes for regaining them (somewhat like todayís Viagra). The man is advised to boil sparrows' eggs in milk and then mix in ghee (clarified butter) and honey. It is meant to revive the manís potency.
3 Best Sexual Positions
Returning to the second section, we will cover three very interesting and highly sexual positions for maximum enjoyment by both the man and the woman.
The first of these positions is called ďThe CoilĒ. This is perhaps the best position for a woman to arrive quickly at a deep and profound orgasm. In this position the manís penis presses and rubs the womanís clitoris while the vagina is penetrated. The woman lies down near the edge of the bed and rotates her legs to one side or the other of her body.
The man kneels in front of her, and penetrates deeply. Her clitoris is jammed between the vaginal lips, and the manís penis. In this position, the woman and relax or contract her whole pelvic area. She quickly arrives at an orgasm.
The second position is known as ďFilling the WellĒ. In this position, the man completely penetrates the woman to the maximum extent (of his penis). With the woman lying on her back, she brings her legs to her chest, and rests her feet on the manís shoulders, who is on top of her, but supporting his own weight on his outstretched arms.
This position shortens the distance of the vagina and womb, and the man enters as is as deep as possible. The man must be careful, as his penetration is so deep that it can cause pain. There is no thrusting, only the man moves in a circular or pulsating movement. The woman quickly arrives to completion, and should the man finish himself in this position, pregnancy is very possible if precautions are not taken.
The last position covered here is the ďArc of LoveĒ The man in a sitting position on the bed leans back slightly supporting himself with his two arms. His legs are stretched out in front of him and slightly apart.
The woman is the active partner in this pose, so she passes her legs over his, and leans back (as he is) supporting her body with her own arms as well.
The woman assures the man has penetrated her, and all movement is herís. The clitoris in this way is highly stimulated, and as the woman undulates, orgasm quickly arrives to both her and him.
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