Margot Anand

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Margot Anand is a student of world mystical practices, particularly the role of sexuality in sacred traditions. Her bestselling book The Art of Sexual Ecstasy helped introduce Western readers to the science of tantra and the cosmic relationship between creativity, energy, and sexuality. Through her SkyDancing Institutes, she teaches a unique path to sexual bliss in eight countries, including the United States. She has achieved an advanced degree in psychology from the Sorbonne, and she presently lives in northern California.


Listen to Tami Simon's interview with Margot Anand: Orgasms and Beyond

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Orgasms and Beyond

Tami Simon speaks with Margot Anand, an internationally acclaimed authority on tantra and the cultivation of ecstatic states. A much-beloved teacher on the integration of spirituality and sexuality, Margot is the founder of SkyDancing Tantra and author of The Art of Sexual Ecstasy. Her programs with Sounds True include the 6-session audio course The Art of Sexual Magic: Cultivating Sexual Energy to Transform Your Life. In this episode, Tami speaks with Margot about techniques for harnessing orgasmic energy, how cultural dynamics affect multiple orgasms in men and women, the role of the heart in tantra, and how to use ecstasy as an energy for manifestation—what Margot calls “sexual magic.” (57 minutes)

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