This easy-to-read doctoral dissertation by somatic sexologist Joseph Kramer examines Taoist Erotic Massage, a sexual experience involving conscious breathing, genital touching, movement, and intention. This erotic body meditation can produce a variety of transformative altered states in those receiving it.
The most profound potential of this massage is that an individual can
access high states of arousal that are free from early sexual
imprinting. In other words, this massage offers a prolonged orgasmic
state that can liberate the receiver from shame, inhibiting religious
dogma, cultural caveats and limiting sexual habits. This erotic trance
state can be savored, but it also offers an opportunity that one can
make use of.
This study explains the transformational dynamics of Taoist Erotic
Massage using of Silvan Tomkins' affect and script theories and Donald
Mosher's Depth of Sexual Involvement Theory.
This book also includes the story of how this massage evolved, descriptions of one-on-one sessions, and how it has been taught to groups.
If you have had mystical or life-changing experiences while giving or
receiving a Taoist Erotic Massage, this dissertation could assist you
in understanding the full scope of your experience, as well as how to
make better use of that experience in the future.
The DVDs Fire on the Mountain and Fire in the Valley offer practical guidance in learning Taoist Erotic Massage.
Taoist Erotic Massage is a spiral-bound book. It is also available as a e-book in PDF form.