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This book is easy to follow and gets you started in the tantric practice easily. The content is sequenced in a way that flows, and actually makes it easy to follow through the learning stages. Dr. Judy doesn't leave out the spiritual part, neither does she overwhelm you with it, as I've seen in other Tantra books that are a bit "hippie" and over the top. Spirituality is very much a part of this book, though understated.
I was pleasantly surprised to find a Tantra book by Dr. Judy - I have been a fan of hers since the '90s when she was on Love Phones. I had no idea she had any knowledge of Tantra. I love the way she breaks down the concepts - easy to digest for the greenest of novices, but with enough interesting content to feed the more knowledgable readers. Kudos to Dr. Judy for bringing Tantra to mainstream America :)
Re: the guy complaining that this is not "real" Tantra: this books is meant to bring Tantra to the mainstream, not to get devotees to an ashram. Keeping that in mind, it fulfills its purpose.
As for the poorly-written, one-star reviews above, please note: the purpose of writing a review is for (guess what??) THE BOOK. That's why the guidelines say "Your review should focus on the book's content and context." You should not be reviewing Amazon's technical flaws or Dr. Judy's perceived character flaws here. Unfortunately reviews such as these lower the avg rating of books that deserve better, and all for nothing because they arent' even about the content. (My 2 cents)
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