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- Chapter V power of control over the energies. The lovers will feel different kind of orgasm
- Chapter VI according to the level at which they raise the sexual energy.

q PART VI: ABOUT
COURTESANS
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- Introductory Remarks -
Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VII: ON THE
MEANS OF ATTRACTING
OTHERS TO ONE'S SELF
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


CONCLUDING
q

REMARKS


q MODERN KAMA

SUTRA


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q TRANSLATOR'S
NOTES
- Preface
APENDIX
- Introduction
SEXUAL POSITIONS
"DRIVING THE NAIL HOME" position
q PART I:
INTRODUCTORY
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V


q PART II: ON SEXUAL
UNION
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
Facing her, laying on top of her with his chest pressing on her breasts, the man
- Chapter IV
plunges into woman's vagina with full thrusts of his loins.
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI
With widely spread thighs the woman receives him right up to the hilt.
- Chapter VII
- Chapter VIII
- Chapter IX
This position favours the complete intimacy of the genital zones of the lovers.
- Chapter X
Also if there is compatibility between the size of the woman's vagina and the
size of man's penis then the woman can reach the cervico-uterine orgasm,
q PART III: ABOUT THE which is typically for the Tantric orgasm.
ACQUISITION OF A
WIFE
Contrary to all expectation the woman should not be passive in this position.
- Chapter I
She has to hold the man's buttocks and press his pelvis on hers, helping him to
- Chapter II
penetrate her deeply.
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
This position is not recommended for the beginners in the art of sexual
continence because it favours the accumulation of the sexual energy in the
q PART IV: ABOUT A genital area.
WIFE
- Chapter I
That is why the man has to make slow motions and to focus his attention in the
- Chapter II
cardiac plexus in order to control the sexual energy and to avoid the
ejaculation.
q PART V: ABOUT THE
WIVES OF OTHER
PEOPLE
- Chapter I
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- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VI: ABOUT
COURTESANS
- Introductory Remarks -
Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VII: ON THE
MEANS OF ATTRACTING
OTHERS TO ONE'S SELF
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


CONCLUDING
q

REMARKS


q MODERN KAMA

SUTRA


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q TRANSLATOR'S
NOTES
- Preface
APENDIX
- Introduction
SEXUAL POSITIONS
"THE OPEN PINCER" position
q PART I:
INTRODUCTORY
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V


q PART II: ON SEXUAL
UNION
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI
- Chapter VII
- Chapter VIII
- Chapter IX
- Chapter X


q PART III: ABOUT THE
ACQUISITION OF A
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
This is one of the most fulfilling positions of submission for a man. Laying on
- Chapter IV
her back the woman opens her thighs completely. Her lover takes hold of her
- Chapter V
ankles, so that she is forced to spread her thighs even more. She cannot fight
against his penetration in any way with her legs opened like this.
q PART IV: ABOUT A
WIFE
- Chapter I
He can explore her to his heart's content - gently with the total length of his
- Chapter II
penis or - which will increase her desire for more - he can insert and retract his
member forcefully.
q PART V: ABOUT THE
WIVES OF OTHER
In this position the strong penetrations of the man can produce the awaken of
PEOPLE
the Kundalini energy of the woman.
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III During "The open pincer" position both lovers have to focus their attention in
- Chapter IV order to guide the vital and sexual energy along the spine till the crown.
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI

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PART VI: ABOUT
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COURTESANS
- Introductory Remarks -
Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VII: ON THE
MEANS OF ATTRACTING
OTHERS TO ONE'S SELF
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


CONCLUDING
q

REMARKS


q MODERN KAMA

SUTRA


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q TRANSLATOR'S
NOTES
- Preface
APENDIX
- Introduction
SEXUAL POSITIONS
"THE TOP" position
PART I:
q
INTRODUCTORY
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V


q PART II: ON SEXUAL
UNION
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI
"The TOP" position, being pretty close to the missionary position, also named in
- Chapter VII
Kama Sutra "Driving the nail home", makes it easy for the man approach it
- Chapter VIII
without having to withdraw his penis from his lover's vagina. That is why the
- Chapter IX
lovers should perform "The top" position after the classical one in order to keep
- Chapter X
in contact their genitals.
q PART III: ABOUT THE
ACQUISITION OF A Tantric masters recommend to the lovers to keep in contact their sexual organs
WIFE during the intercourse, because in this way it is not interrupted the energetic
- Chapter I
exchange between lovers that is launch during the erotic act.
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
The woman should not be passive in this position. By holding the man's thighs
- Chapter IV
she can press his pelvis on hers, helping him to penetrate her deeply.
- Chapter V


As same as "Driving the nail home" position, "The top" position is not
q PART IV: ABOUT A
recommended for the beginners in the art of sexual continence because it
WIFE
- Chapter I favours the accumulation of the sexual energy in the genital area. That is why
- Chapter II the man has to make slow motions and to focus his attention in the cardiac
plexus in order to control the sexual energy and to avoid the ejaculation. This is
recommended for woman, too.
q PART V: ABOUT THE
WIVES OF OTHER
PEOPLE
- Chapter I
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- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VI: ABOUT
COURTESANS
- Introductory Remarks -
Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VII: ON THE
MEANS OF ATTRACTING
OTHERS TO ONE'S SELF
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


CONCLUDING
q

REMARKS


q MODERN KAMA

SUTRA


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q TRANSLATOR'S
NOTES
- Preface
APENDIX
- Introduction
SEXUAL POSITIONS
"THE TOP" position. Variant 1
q PART I:
INTRODUCTORY
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V


q PART II: ON SEXUAL
UNION
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI Laying on her back, upheld and blocked by the man's thighs who penetrates her
- Chapter VII in a controlled press-up, the woman is massaged firmly on the sides, taking up
- Chapter VIII the full length of the penis.
- Chapter IX
- Chapter X
This position should be performed after the "The top" position in order to
mantain in contact the sexual organs of the lovers. At the moment when the
q PART III: ABOUT THE
man feels that he is getting close to the ejaculatory orgasm he has to stop his
ACQUISITION OF A
motions and remain still at least 30 seconds in order to avoid ejaculation.
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II As same as "The top" position, this position produces intense pleasure to both
- Chapter III lovers and it favours the accumulation of the sexual energy in the genital area.
- Chapter IV The lovers have to focus their attention in the middle of the forehead in order to
- Chapter V sublimate the sexual energy at the level of the sixth chakra (AJNA CHAKRA).

q PART IV: ABOUT A
Thus the lovers will increase their power of control over the sexual energy.
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
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q PART V: ABOUT THE
WIVES OF OTHER
PEOPLE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VI: ABOUT
COURTESANS
- Introductory Remarks -
Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V

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