Category Archives: For Couples


Tantric Relationships – Sarita’s Blog

At the time of writing, I have been offering once weekly online Satsangs for about two months. The format I use is ‘Questions and Answers’ followed by a Tantra Meditation or personal development technique, aligned with the subjects presented in the questions and answers.

I find it very intriguing that even during the Covid-19 Lockdown, the majority of questions people ask me have to do with sexuality, relationships and Tantra practices.

Love, Sex & Orgasm – Osho Quote

“Love should have a preface of beautiful music, of dancing together, of meditating together. And love should not be a mind thing – that you are continuously thinking of how to make love and then go to sleep. Love should be a deeper involvement of your whole being, and it should not be projected by the mind, but should come out spontaneously.

Pillow Beating – Meditation of the Month

This technique is from Osho. It is super helpful in a situation where you often get angry or where you feel you have issues with suppressed anger. You can do it alone or with a partner.

Q1) Forgiveness; Q2) Sexual Fantasies – Ask Sarita

Question 1:
I have been hard at work on actively forgiving my father and cleansing my interior.  

With all the excitement coming up about the coronavirus and the isolation period resulting from this, my contact with family has increased.  However, the signals I get from my father are ones that wish me harm and misfortune. Even his verbal advice seems to come from a place where I feel I am perceived as valueless and a nuisance.

All About Love – Sarita’s Blog

Love is omnipresent in the universe. Our essential nature is love. And yet, we forget, we feel lack, we search for it and we mourn when our world appears to embrace hatred, fear and suffering. Kabir, the great mystic poet is reported to have said; “Asking where is love is like the fish in the sea asking ‘Where is the water?’ ” 

Life is Change and Transformation – Sarita’s Blog

There is a saying from the Greek Mystic Heraclitus, “You can’t step in the same river twice.” This is truly amazing wisdom, which encapsulates the whole life experience in a single phrase.

Life is a series of changes, of death and renewal, of the phoenix rising from the ashes. When we understand this, we do not cling to the past, but rather dive into each moment with full enthusiasm. And when chaos comes, we embrace it and ask, “What can I learn from you?” By embracing times of change and chaos in our lives and learning the lesson contained in this chaos, we naturally find ourselves ascending into a higher level of order. 

Tantric Relationship – Sarita’s Blog

The couple (yamala) is consciousness itself, the unifying emission and the stable abode. It is the absolute, the noble cosmic bliss consisting of both Shiva and Shakti. It is the supreme secret of Kula; neither quiescent nor emergent, it is the flowing font of both quiescence and emergence.” 
 Abhinavagupta ( Tantraloka)

Choices in Relationship – Osho Quote

A sannyasin asks Osho about her relationship and being attracted to other men.

Osho responds:The problem is natural and everybody has to face it. 
If you want relationship… and to want relationship means security, safety, intimacy, love. And only in a very, very intimate relationship can love grow – love needs time, patience. If you want all these things then you have to sacrifice your momentary desires – that somebody looks attractive and you are sexually attracted. 

Love and Meditation: The Art of Relationship – Osho Quote

Love means the art of being with others. Meditation means the art of being with yourself.

They are two aspects of the same coin. A person who does not know how to be with himself cannot truly relate with others.

Meditation of the Month – A Silent Retreat for Lovers

Returning To The Garden

You can do this retreat with your Beloved for one day or for several days.

Be in a place with no disturbance, no phone, no computer, no TV, no radio. Make sure no one will be coming to disturb your peace by knocking on the door.

Sarita’s Blog – Tantra, Sacred Sexuality and Relationship

The dramas, traumas and ecstasies about love, sex and orgasm have filled the pages of countless books, sparked reams of poetry and an infinite number of songs. Film plots are based mainly on these subjects and we find flimsily clad women adorning the covers of magazines.

Ask Sarita – Multi-partner relationship

Question: “I am a woman and my long-term partner has announced that he feels he is in an old-fashioned style of marriage and he wants to have freedom to explore with other women. I am devastated. However, if I tell him the truth, that I really don’t want a multi-partner lifestyle, I am terrified I will lose him. I am in great anxiety and really don’t know what to do. Please help me.”

Sarita’s Blog: Soul Mates

I receive many enquiries from people who would like to find a Soul Mate, someone with whom they can deeply merge on all levels, body, mind and soul.

Tantric Sexual Union – Meditation of the Month

This is a description of a Tantric Sexual Practice from a Hindu scripture, Gupta Sadhana Tantra, as recounted in the book: Spiritual Sex, by Nik Douglas.

The Attraction of Opposites and Sex Education for Children – Ask Sarita

Sarita answers two questions: one is about opposite genders and their attraction. The second is about how and how and when to explain to children about sex. 

Relationship with Partner – Ask Sarita

Sarita answers 2 questions this month. One is about what women and man need in relationship from each other. And the second is about the astrological compatibility. 

Solving the Relationship Dilemma

During the past year or so there are certain questions I receive on a regular basis from people all over the world. The question below contains the essence of the collective question on the subject of Polyamory.

Tantra Transforms everyone who dives into it

If you’ve been thinking about joining Master Lover, my new online course for diving into the Tantra world of pleasure, intimacy and consciousness with yourself, your beloved and the sacred, let me share with you a few insights.

Ayurveda: Art of Being

During the past week, I have received the news that 4 women who I know very well have been diagnosed with breast cancer. In honour of them, and also to nurture the possibility of holistic healing for anyone who has cancer or knows someone with cancer,
I recommend this brilliant documentary on Ayurveda, the natural healing method from India that is thousands of years old and as relevant today as it was then.

Meditation of the Month: Do you want to be Happy?

“Good Morning; Do You Want To Be Happy Or Miserable Today?”

This is a meditation described by Osho. He tells the story of a great Sufi Master who was on his deathbed.
His disciples asked the Master to tell them his secret of why he was always happy. They had never seen him sad! He recounted that he practiced this technique every day: