Free translated Tantra means: joie de vivre.
Many paths lead to this state of joie de vivre, and they are all successful in their own right. A difference of many of these ways to tantra, however, is that they do not include sexuality, in extreme cases even negate it.
Tantra, and modern sexology, however, recognizes man as a sexual being. Sexuality forms the basis of our existence, it is the ground on which our personality grows and develops. We cannot experience ourselves fully and in depth without knowing our sexual soul.
Pure sexuality is free from fear and bad thoughts. Pure sexuality is deep recognition of your own body, and thus your own soul. Our very own sexuality is always relaxation, and that is how we can recognize it. It is our first identity, makes us male, female or bisexual. Only from this identity does our personality and our being rise into the world.
It cannot be taught, either through education, social norms, or culture. The only reliable teaching for sexuality is learning to perceive our feelings and the languages of our body. Yes, it is the way to ourselves.
Pure sexuality is love.
And so, playful and unbound as the soul, sexual power is wild and gentle, grounded and cosmic, sacral and simple. And it is always creative and healing. If sexuality were recognized as a healing method, there would be fewer therapies, fewer hospitals and less violence.
Sexuality is divine because it connects us in orgasm with the world, the universe and the divine. And because people arise in it.