While many have written about the problems and difficulties in dualism, this book courageously attempts a solution. Beginning with the historical conflicts within psychology by Freud and others of sexual behavior and feminine experience, the author brings the reader to an understanding that sex as we know it is purely a social construct.
With this in mind, even the 'facts of life' in terms of goal-oriented penetration (with subsequent fears of pregnancy and disease) is no longer a given, or even considered to be more natural.
The response is a revolution in love that begins with the ecstatic experience of mystical union on its ability to offer direct, unmitigated truth. Out of this very real and physical pleasure we are invited to work from the inside out, and unravel many of the myths and painful struggles with which our current understanding of sexuality is fraught. In groundbreaking detail, concrete articulation of an experience of highest consciousness of which the mystics themselves did not discuss, is brought to the reader. And solid, attainable, duplicatable results for the average self-reflective person are documented along with a step-by-step formula.
The result is a liberation that provides new postures and deeper intimacy in loving and lovemaking with neither the dangers of disease and immortality of a Liberal model nor the return to rigidity of staid Conservatism and old sexual roles and mores. Because feminine issues are at the core of any sexual construct, women will find a freedom in the untangling of common social assumptions which might cause a woman's sexuality (no longer a liability) to make sense for the very first time.