A Beginners Guide to the Original Text of Love
Author: Adam Carter
Since its inception in the 2nd Century B.C, Kamasutra has become synonymous with the art of making love. From your neighbor to your teacher that you have a little crush on to your partner (hopefully); everyone in every corner of the globe has heard of it or is aware of the Kamasutra to some degree. Unfortunately, this general awareness of the term is usually where the knowledge stops and the mythology begins. I used the term 'art of making love' earlier because that's something that I really want to emphasize here; that having sex can be and is truly an art form. There's so much more to it than simply stripping off your clothes, having a quick play with one another before some rushed intercourse and trying to get off. That's a practice that this book hopes to abolish. Kamasutra was written roughly in the 2nd Century B.C. During this period, the original author (more on that in Chapter One) was millions of years behind the modern society when it comes to the art of having sex. His religion saw sex as one of the many things a person had to achieve spiritual harmony. Therefore, as it was so encouraged, it only makes sense to try and do it right. The western society has unfortunately developed a different attitude when it comes to sexual congress. This negative view of late prevents westerners from having great sex. We are subjected to a 'behind closed doors' policy where the idea of openly discussing sex is publicly criticized and derided. As a result we are forced to learn as we go along; usually resulting in basic missionary position and, if we're feeling really frisky, doggy. If we can do this once a week, commend yourself for getting it done and then wait for the next inevitable tame session. And we call this having sex. Not anymore. That life you used to lead where you normally ponder whether you should get more sleep or have sex with your partner, as if there was even a choice here, is gone. For that, you can thank the Kamasutra. The only real problem with Kamasutra is that it's a little out of date. To its credit, it is over 2,000 years old and is still extremely relevant in many places. However, some of the teachings are a little archaic for modern dater. If you were to read it in its entirety, you'd probably think that you were picking up the wrong book. That's where this book comes into play. What you're going to get from this book is a modern-day Kamasutra, updated from the original text over 2,000 years ago. I've scoured through the entire book, provided the necessary tips and added a few new and improved ones. Yes, you will get a list of the best positions and how to do them. After all, that is the crux of the Kamasutra. But I'll even go further than that. I'll be providing you with tips on how to come up with your own positions. And more than that, this book will also be going into detail on the all-important foreplay, something that the original Kamasutra was very concerned with and you should too. It should be noted that Kamasutra is about so much more than just having sex. Anyone can have sex (they hope). It's about having sex properly and what is achieved by doing so. Sex is a part of everyday life and has the ability to improve our lives if done properly. This book is about learning how to have that sex. Most would agree that it is life changing; I mean really, isn't that alone should be enough?