LunarSea Storytelling - Kama Sutra - Seema Anand

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29-30 Surrey Street

Brighton

BN1 3PA

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October holds the Hunters Moon, its tree, the magical Elder, whose branches are full of bunches of purple berries which make a powerful red wine. What better time to host Seema Anand…

We tell stories to make love - with every word, every phrase, every expression - we make love.

According to the Kama Sutra, with every changing phase of the moon the erogenous zones shift around the body.

Written in the 4th century AD the Kama Sutra was the first book to acknowledge the idea of women’s pleasure - their capacity to feel it, their right to experience it. It was a handbook for the evolved man.

Men’s desire is like fire, beginning in the groin and flaring upwards, it’s easy to ignite and easier still to douse. Women’s pleasure on the other hand is like water - starting at the head it flows downwards, taking forever to come to the boil and equally long to cool down.

Arousal was a skill to be learnt. What tales to tell? What food to eat? What combination of perfumes to use to make the body a lovers trail?

Join Seema in an evening of decoding the secret teachings of the Kama Sutra on sensuality and seduction.

‘A guide to having great sex in the 21st century:’ The Hindustani Times.

Dr Seema Anand - author of The Arts of Seduction, mythologist and storyteller. Her work on the revival and reproduction of oral literature from India is associated to the UNESCO project for Endangered Oral Traditions. She is an authority on the Mahabharata and the Ramayana and lectures on Tantra, the Mahavidyas, the Kama Sutra and the Bhagavad Gita. Her TedX on seduction has over 8 million views.

To warm up for the ‘Kama Sutra,’ virtuoso musician, Arash Moradi and Xanthe Gresham Knight will tell ‘The Black Princess’ from the 12th century poet Persian poet, Nizami.


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