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Slow Love: A Polynesian Pillow Book by James…

Slow Love: A Polynesian Pillow Book

by James N. Powell

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Just as you see more of Nature when you are quiet-you discover more of your own sexual-emotional depths when you become more still. In Slow Love: A Polynesian Pillow Book, you will discover a more pacific, unifying approach to passion. James N. Powell's writings on Polynesian lovemaking have been warmly embraced in Japan, where they sparked the "Polynesian sex" vogue. Inspired by Powell's writings, Hiroyuki Itsuki, Japan's über author and Buddhist thinker, penned two volumes on South Seas sensuality. Also, Kunio Kitamura, Head of Japan's Family Planning Association, enthusiastically promotes Powell's thoughts on Polynesian-style passion as a way for couples to deepen sexual sensitivity and fulfillment. He writes: "Polynesian sex...involves taking a long time...and...allows energy in the form of weak electromagnetic waves-similar to the concept of ki-to flow, building up to create large waves that encompass the entire body and bring enormous pleasure and happiness."

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