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Philosophy In the Dungeon, The Magic of Sex…

Philosophy In the Dungeon, The Magic of Sex & Spirit

by Jack Rinella

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"With utterly no apologies, Rinella takes on the difficult task of reuniting sex and spirituality, which have been so painfully severed over the last few hundred years of European cultural and religious history. He courageously refuses to compartmentalize or to shroud his lifestyle in the closet: after all, how could anyone write a book about the fundamental unity of everything in spirit and leave out sex?" writes Dossie Easton in the Foreword to "Philosophy In the Dungeon. From devote Roman Catholic, to Pentecostal minister, to Transcendental Meditation student, and finally to a national position of leadership in the BDSM community, writer and teacher Jack Rinella is fully able to discuss spirituality in relation to sex, and in particular kinky sex. Jack carefully leads the reader through the oftentimes circuitous journey of sex and spirit to both an balanced view of human purpose and richly kinky view of sexual ecstasy. In his easy-going way, Jack encourages all his readers to embrace their life as having the potential of being a profoundly spiritual experience that is well-grounded in common sense and filled with lots of fun. With his usual straightforward and open approach, Jack presents the reader with a well-thought journey through a variety of spiritual philosophies frequently using the most intimate details of his own spiritual and sexual experiences to illustrate his point.… (more)



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