Kink Magic: Sex Magic Beyond Vanilla explores the realm of sex magic from the kinkier side. Authors Taylor Ellwood and Lupa take the intense altered states of consciousness inherent in BDSM and other fetish play and use them to create practical and metamorphic techniques. Detailed explanation of theory gives a solid foundation, while personal stories of their own spiritualKink Magic: Sex Magic Beyond Vanilla explores the realm of sex magic from the kinkier side. Authors Taylor Ellwood and Lupa take the intense altered states of consciousness inherent in BDSM and other fetish play and use them to create practical and metamorphic techniques. Detailed explanation of theory gives a solid foundation, while personal stories of their own spiritual adventures illustrate the effectiveness of kink magic. This book presents techniques for everything from casting sigils, to confronting--and banishing--your inner demons, to taking your sexy roleplay and turning it into powerful invocation rituals. Rather than dogmatically elaborating on the "right" way to do it, Taylor and Lupa give you ideas to apply to your own kink and magical practices, regardless of your sexual orientation or relationship status. Whether you're top or bottom, dominant or submissive, or even the most flexible switch, you'll find plenty here to take your practice deeper and farther than ever before....
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Kink Magic Reviews
In a fairly humorous yet wickedly thorough examination of both magick and kink, here the two beatifically intersect. If you've read the authors' other works (which are highly recommended), some of the magickal information will not be new, though applying it within the context of sex may be. If you’re looking for naughty literoticism, you won’t find it here. The purpose of this book is to teach, albeit with a bit of bite. This book gives detailed and honest explanations of kink, as well as defines magickal terms. It covers the gamut of choosing partners, negotiation, tools, boundaries, triggers, scenes as sacred space for rituals, altered states of consciousness for setting intentions and thought manifestation, role playing... Hitting several philosophical notes, it covers the precautions and indulgences of kink, as well as debunks myths and stereotypes, diving straight into cultural fears of female power, vagina dentata, notwithstanding. However the reader approaches kink, this book is without judgement, though is careful to espouse healthy distinction between sexual behaviours and interactions that foster connection and compassion, forsaking those that may be considered flat out harmful. That said, it approaches magick with the same compassionate respect and use. Embracing the power of the feminine allows gender polarity to be rendered neutral in the presentation of the material, creating comfortable readers of transgendered folk and those of diverse sexual orientations. All told, this book isn't beginner material for magicians or kink enthusiasts, but it could be required reading for both.Besides, any book with the phrase, "ponyboy in a peartree" is worth turning the pages.
I'm still reading, but I'm learning that everyone's definition of kink and magic are different, and yet these two seem to see many things in a way similar to my own.
This book is out of print, but if you can get your hands on it... it is very much worth your time!