Wild Nights by David Deida
Sex is a taboo subject for most people. We are all curious about it yet many cannot talk openly about it. There is something very appealing about forbidden fruit.
For some, one has to be celibate to be spiritual. Is that really true? Is it possible for us to achieve enlightenment without forsaking the physical body and neglecting one of our basic needs?
Wild Nights is a brilliant book packed with many spiritual truths lying between the lines. It is very coded and can be misinterpreted if one takes it at surface value.
Written as an easy-to-read erotic novel, it made me question my own sexuality. It made me more aware about my body language, my thoughts, my emotions and my breath – am I truly opening up to life at every moment or am I closing down in fear? Can I embrace life when faced with my deepest, darkest fear?
Sex is more than the physical union between 2 individuals. It is a portal for 2 individuals to surrender to life, to accept everything exactly as it is.
Every moment is an opportunity to OPEN up and embrace life. Life is GOOD!
Wild Nights presents David Deida’s remarkable account with an unconventional teacher, Mykonos who revealed to him the deeper wisdom of the erotic path to the divine.
Charged with provocative scenes of unbridled passion and play, Wild Nights explodes with spiritual insights into our choice to “open up to love, or close and suffer”.
About the Author :
Acknowledged as one of the world’s most provocative spiritual teachers of our time, David Deida revolutionize the way men and women grow spiritually and sexually. Known internationally for his unique workshops on spiritual growth and sacred intimacy, Deida has developed an effective program of transformative practices that address spiritual awakening in mind, body and heart. His books are published in 15 languages worldwide and are required reading in university, spiritual center courses, and source texts used in men’s and women’s groups. His books include The Enlightened Sex Manual, Wild Nights, Blue Truth, Dear Lover and The Way of The Superior Man.
Reviewed by Li Yen