When I ordered this book, I was curious to see how it approached the idea of sex. Which word of its title would it focus on: sex or naturally? Would it provide exercises and techniques, or health information?
I was pleasantly surprised to find that it covers the subject in a comprehensive way – there are sections on hormonal balance, acupressure, healthy eating, as well a section on erotic massage. I like that it views sex as a holistic experience that is affected by all aspects of our selves: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
At the moment, I find this book most useful as a resource, rather than a sit-down-and-read-it-cover-to-cover. There were sections that I was drawn to read and take information from, others that felt like they weren’t applicable to me at the moment. However, I can imagine times earlier in my life when I had a lot of questions about sex and performance, and at that time I probably would have read it cover to cover. For that reason I think it will be helpful to people at many stages of their sexual experience.
One thing that I particularly appreciate is a suggested eating plan for 21 days to help get the body into top shape for sexual activity. It sounds pretty yummy and I’m thinking of trying it!
FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for this review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the product.
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