I’ve been looking for new adventures to participate in.
Short of learning to surf (scared of sharks) and rock climb (scared of heights), there’s very little for me to do to that’s listed on Groupon and LivingSocial.
I’ve done so much already:
- Ran with the bulls
- Joined in a tomato throwing festival
- Raced cars at Stockton 99
- Taken two glass blowing classes
- Learned to make beer in Beermaking 101 and 102
- Kayaked with whales
- Went whale watching
- Kayaked the Elkhorn Slough
- Went skydiving
- Took a pottery class
- Took a blowjob class
- Learned how to give a lap dance
- Learned Orgasmic Meditation
- Took two chocolate making classes
- Went to Burning Man three times
- Got scrubbed at the Korean Spa
- Learned to pole dance
- Went to a strip club
- Attended a puja
- Flown an airplane
- Attended HAI retreats
And so on and so forth. . .
So I asked myself today, “What’s left?”
And the answer?
That’s right, I want to try tantra.
Of course, how do you learn tantra when you’re single?
Why you attend an Intro to Tantra class that’s open to singles and couples.
Naturally, the teacher I want to take a class from has no open classes for the rest of the year, but I’m going to be on the lookout.
Why do I want to learn tantra?
Well, I’m kind of curious about what I could learn about sex and connection from the practice.
Also, the thought of learning tantra makes me feel slightly uncomfortable but I believe that exploring those edges is where I experience the most growth.
I may have to wait until I’m part of a couple to attend a weekend retreat, but I can always take the intro class to see what it’s about.