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posted 5/1/2009 6:02:30 AM |
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  pleasiasoar

This is my first blog post, and I invite all to read my profile if you are interested!

I have been a student of Buddhism since I was twelve years old, and I have always struggled with some of the concepts.

The Buddha taught the Middle Road, moderation in all things, and to find harmony within yourself and the truth.

When I was living in Washington, my ex and I had sex two to five times a day for the year we were together. I don't think I was being very moderate at that point!

Today, I desire sex almost constantly. If I had the opportunity, I would probably indulge just as much.

Now, this is where it gets a little tricky... The Bodhisattva Vows that I took, says that I do not misuse sexuality, but rather cultivate and encourge open, honest and acceptable relationships.

To me, that definition is a little vague! And it is not something that I feel comfortable going to my new Dharma teacher and discussing.

So I ask you, even if you are not familiar with Buddhism, do you feel that you can have mindblowing, daily sex and not be misusing it?

Nameste folks!

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RevDocLove

May 1 @ 7:25AM  
Sure..After all, a Buddhist wrote the Kama Sutra...
pleasiasoar

May 1 @ 9:37AM  
Actually, it is attributed to a Vedic Indian philospher.

I can't remember his name, let alone would I be able to spell it if I did!

I remember that people think the Vedic that penned the the Kama Sutra spent most of his childhood in a brothel.
somnium

May 1 @ 11:35AM  
Actually, it is attributed to a Vedic Indian philospher.

I can't remember his name, let alone would I be able to spell it if I did!

I believe the person is the Indian scholar Vatsyayana.

I remember that people think the Vedic that penned the the Kama Sutra spent most of his childhood in a brothel.

Well... that figures!

Sunshine79

May 1 @ 12:08PM  
To hell with us all babe, Let's Fuck!!
RevDocLove

May 1 @ 5:39PM  
Mallanaga Vatsyayana is the author and he was actually Hindu.

I have a very good GF in Kenya whose first name is Yayana
wissadp

May 9 @ 2:04PM  
all i can say is lets have sex

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