The Kama Sutra as it's known in the Western world, (is actually the Kamasutramra in Sanskrit) is a manuscript about an ancient Indian philosophy written by Vatsyayana. Kama Sutra is a compendium that was collected into its present form in the second century; it often gets confused with being an instructional manual for tantric sex, when it is actually a lot more encompassing.
Contrary to popular belief, here in the Western world, The Kama Sutra is not based solely on sex -- it also includes specific priorities on living one's life in a reputable and prosperous manner, while recognizing the importance of enjoying erotic pleasure experienced by the mind and the senses. It's a holistic approach that emphasizes t
In very much the same way as the true Kama Sutra, the Kamasutamra, I, too like to take a holistic, all-inclusive approach to therapy. Too often psychotherapy focuses only on the mind. But, in order to reach the next level one must incorporate mind, body, spirit and sexuality. Change cannot take place in the mind alone, the body, the spirit and the sex must too be addressed.
One example of how I incorporate body, spirit and sex is thru breathing exercises. Utilizing breathing exercises can be helpful for a multitude of issues from relieving feelings of anxiety to relaxing during sex. Assimilating these breathing exercises, among other body gestures can produce long lasting change, as opposed to "talk" therapy alone. We can talk around an issue for years, and ultimately never see change.