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Rhonda’s story . . .

Rhonda is a broker’s assistant in her 30’s whose Irish-Italian Roman Catholic upbringing had taught her that sex was “bad and wrong.” She tried to bury her desires in pious exercises and alcohol. Then one day out of the blue, transcendent sex changed her life. She became sober and started training to be a spiritual counselor. Rhonda says:

“When I started having these experiences…it was so much more than what they said. This was being close to God, which is something I never would have considered with sex…I thought in order to be spiritual, I wouldn’t be able to be human….Instead, it’s really in being totally and utterly human that I find my most profound moments, that being human is such a beautiful experience. I don’t have to go far or work hard at it….I know I’m not alone in the universe. I love life so much more now that I feel that to be true.”

Transcendent Sex

It’s best-kept secret in history: ordinary people, people just like you, can suddenly without any warning or preparation can find themselves transported to otherworldly realms when making love, as though God’s lightning-bolt shot through the bedroom, transforming everything. Sex can trigger amazing altered-state experiences—without drugs, meditation, or Tantric or other special practices. And when it does, nothing is ever the same again.

Transcendent Sex: When Lovemaking Opens the Veil is based on the narratives of 91 people who went to bed with their lovers and suddenly had an awe-inspiring experience that forever changed the way they understood themselves and reality—and the power of sex and the body as a path to realization.

This book explains how lovemaking sweeps people into glorious new dimensions, rips the veil between the worlds, and produces ecstasies a thousand times more powerful than the most exquisite orgasm. Lovemaking so spectacular really does become a religious experience, even for atheists and agnostics.

Transcendent sex was probably the basis for the sacred sex of ancient times, such as the mystery religions of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome, China, and India. But sacred sex is alive and well today, even though nobody talks about it. The states triggered by lovemaking are identical to the highest states identified in shamanism, yoga, Buddhism, and mystical Christianity, Judaism and Islam, including:

What Dr. Wade's Research Can Do for You

Research suggests that this kind of sex will happen at least once to 1 out of every 8 people. It’s a life-changing experience that can be hazardous if you’re not grounded, but for people who know how to integrate them, like other spiritual events, transcendent sex can result in:

Dr. Jenny Wade’s groundbreaking research can help you understand: