The Kama Sutra, written by Vatsyana, is much more than an instruction manual of pleasure for doing sex in different positions. It also offers tips for maintaining your health, good behavior with your partners, concentration and meditation, using all five of your senses during the sexual intercourse for a more pleasurable, sensuous life. It creates a deeper, stronger bonding between you and your partner. So, how should one discuss Kama Sutra with his/her partner.
Discussing Kama Sutra
If you need to talk freely with your partner before attempting any of the positions described in the Kama Sutra, it is recommended that you go through the entirety of the book, so that you are familiar with what you are undertaking. Don’t flip through and run to the pages on the sex positions but also read the pages on behavior and preparedness and consummation and love. You will not benefit and also run the risk of destroying your sexual frankness with your partner and your marital bliss if you are not familiar with all aspects of the book.
The best way to understand the book is to read it together with your love and continue discussing about each and every one of the topics. Going through the book together will give you the perfect opportunity of discussing it and being comfortable and familiar with its basic concepts.
Kama Sutra is much more than a tone on how to have a proper relationship with your lover and even the sexual positions described in it emphasize on the point of equal and formal participation between the lovers. So, the book has instructions for partners, so that they should not just go for the missionary position, but also experiment with other settings.
There is no position in Kama Sutra that is prejudiced towards any of the genders for participation. This is in accordance to the idea of using sex as a constructive and positive force for improving and enhancing the bond between two or more people for a happy married or carnal life. The synergy, that is, the synthesis of vital energy, between you and your love brings about greater fulfillment from sex. The Sanskrit word “sambhog”, which is generally misunderstood to mean just sexual intercourse, correctly means “equal pleasure”.
There are extensive guidelines in Kama Sutra to let couples to have much more fun. It includes foreplay instructions that make sex a playful and entertaining diversion and a fun thing to do rather than something to be done as a part of marital duty. This is achieved by playing sexual games, traveling with each other to new places and engaging in stimulating conversations. A discussion all these interesting aspects of the book with your love make fun become easy, and are bound to influence other parts of the relationship as well.