March 11, 2017 Margot

My Book Tour in Paris!

For 10 beautiful days, I was in Paris on a book launch for A LA RENCONTRE DE L’ORGASME DIVIN – (USA title: Love, Sex, and Awakening).

It was a whirlwind celebration…

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I discovered that the current news media and TV media is different now. Most of the alternative stuff is going via the Internet.

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In Paris, I had some interesting hosts, and the media was less KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid), and less stuck around the first chakra: “Trying to be at the level of the lowest common denominator.” Or, “Give us some techniques to have a good orgasm.” All this in less than three minutes before the next publicity event, of course.

But, I come from a tradition where it’s just the reverse.

In the tantric revelations, practices and experiences which happened to me, it was clear that you step beyond time. Time simply disappears. That bliss is forever. It’s you now. And it’s in you already. When you plug into it, you can choose to be like a live socket every moment. It’s a choice that is available to you. Bioluminescence in your brain!

I am not sure I know how to say that, so people like “Monsieur et madame tout le monde,” will feel attracted to develop their bliss potential enough to buy my book. I am happy with this book. It so far has gotten a five-star rating due to five star reviews on Amazon. My book talks of the ways I found God and Goddess in bed. It’s the story of the awakening of the Guru between my legs. All the amazing initiations I was lucky enough to receive, and which lead me to discover Skydancing Tantra.

I have been trying to convey that there is the sexual orgasm of the body and the spiritual orgasm of the brain, around the pineal, that’s bliss. Most people seem to have no clue. They don’t see that being able to press the “happiness button” every time you focus on that “Master Center” as Aaravindha calls it, is a sure access to inner peace and contentment. Loving what is. No more problems. Do people really want to hear about “no more problems”?

I had a great conversation yesterday with Dave Booda (check his podcast: Darken the Page) and I told him, “I think The Trump is great for America. He is so outrageous that Americans are waking up! Who would have ever dreamed that Americans would elect him? Choose a guy who wants to hire a gorgeous Barbie for $10,000 a night and go to Russia to (according to some true or false but at least “juicy” news outlets), watch two women piss on each other, and who created the Miss Universe pageant and funded the organization so he could go pinch the round and hard bottoms of the contenders back stage and boost about it?”

Where I come from I could never ever imagine a president tweeting, “No, I did not ask those two women in Russian to piss on each other because I am too paranoid about germs”? It’s hilarious!

And besides, it is pretty basic knowledge that anyone who raves about how great he is suffers from a low self esteem complex. And if such is the case, where does that lead America? Double the Army budget!!!

American citizens don’t yet see what power they have. We, in France, had the French revolution. And now the people have a strong voice.

Americans are now earning their voices back. Take the boss of CNN who announced that his journalists would follow the tradition of exploring the facts and telling the truth no matter the cost. Even if that media outlet did not agree with The Trump or follow the party line. That would NOT have happened during the last presidency. It’s Great!! It’s an awakening.

Besides we, the French, don’t mind how many times a president pinches asses or whose asses, and how many mistresses he has (or almost not… Strauss Kahn still didn’t make it, but his demise happened in THE USA). We, in France, want a politician, especially a president, to be a good leader. We don’t particularly care about his private sex life.

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STAY TUNED AND LEARN HOW TO DO IT WITH AN ALL-COMPLYING ROBOT IN THE NEXT INSTALLMENT!

With Love,

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