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Making Love: Sexual Love the Divine Way
     

Making Love: Sexual Love the Divine Way

by Barry Long, Clive Tempest (Editor)
 

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Making Love: Sexual Love the Divine Way is a book about the mistakes we've all made in confusing love with sex. (Also available as an Audio Book.) It contains Barry Long's essential tantric teaching on how to rediscover the true union of man and woman. Barry Long attacks male sexuality as a corruption of love on this planet and claims that most unhappiness

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Making Love: Sexual Love the Divine Way is a book about the mistakes we've all made in confusing love with sex. (Also available as an Audio Book.) It contains Barry Long's essential tantric teaching on how to rediscover the true union of man and woman. Barry Long attacks male sexuality as a corruption of love on this planet and claims that most unhappiness arises because we have forgotten how to make love rightly. He restores the place of romance and gives couples very practical advice on how to change their sexual behaviours so that they can realign their love for each other with the love of God. Widely recognised as a ground-breaking work, the book is frequently quoted as a source of inspiration by other teachers and therapists in this field. It has been translated into nine languages and when well- placed in the bookstore becomes a best-seller - because the title says it all.

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Golden Age
Not your average book on lovemaking. It's about making love in its purest form and highest purpose.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781899324149
Publisher:
Long, Barry Books
Publication date:
09/11/2006
Pages:
109
Sales rank:
648,307
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

By the end of his life Barry Long was recognised by many thousands of people around the world as a genuine spiritual master. Born in 1926 in Australia, he was in his thirties before he realized there was more to life than worldly success. He was the editor of a Sydney Sunday newspaper - 'Truth' - but it wasn't the media's truth he was interested in. Leaving everything behind Australia, he sought the truth of life, at first alone in the Himalayas and then for ten years in London. He started teaching public meetings in 1982 and year by year more and more people discovered him.

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