Your Sensual Nature (Transcript)

Following post is a transcript of a lesson ‘Tantric Key Twe ~ The importance of Presence’ from a mini online course Three Magic Keys Of Tantra As A Method For Life, Love And Sex by Michelle Roberton

Third key is sensuality. When you look at a child, and it picks up a stone, it doesn’t meet the stone with its head. The child will lick the stone, it’ll taste it, it will smell it and the child will explore the stone with its fingertips. It may even hold stone to its ear, but the child will explore the stone with all its senses. An adult picks up a stone and straightaway the head kicks in – it’s a stone, it’s gray, it’s hard, it lives on the beach blah blah blah we have this whole mental dialogue about the stone. So we have experienced the stone from our head and from judgment and from labels and the child has explored the stone through curiosity and its senses.

Which of the experiences do you think is more satisfying, more fulfilling, more magical, has more of a vermin juice to life. Which experience do you think is the one that will make you want to get up in the morning the one lived from the head, the adult or the one lived as a child.

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