A young Chossen (bridegroom) approaches his Kallah (bride) for the first time. A long-married husband reaches out to his wife. How can each husband elicit love, pleasure and bonding in his wife in response to his touch?
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EXTRAIT:La scène est à Paris le 26 mai 1871 vers le soirGronde salle à manger au premier étage. Au mur, un crucifix. A gauche, porte, A droite, fenêtre. Au fond, porte à deux battants ouvrant sur un corridor éclairé d'une large fenêtre faisant face à la porte et donnant vue sur…
“The Chossen’s Guide, A Manual of Jewish Intimacy” provides detailed directions on how a Jewish husband can satisfy his wife on the most intimate levels and build a contented home life. Based on Torah, halacha and cutting-edge science, “The Chossen’s Guide” describes sexuality, relationships and health for young and older couples in a breezy, accessible style.
Whether not-yet-married or married for many years, both men and women can learn along with the young Chossen as he gathers his kavanah (intentionality) for love, understands the mind-body connection with its many hormones and neurotransmitters, explores the body and mind of his Kallah, brings her to intimate ecstasy, and organizes their home together for long-term Shalom Bayit (Peace in the Home).
“The Chossen’s Guide” contains detailed, specific descriptions of married love for the young Chossen and Kallah as well as more experienced couples. The Appendix contains practical advice for preserving pleasure throughout life.
Accurate, actionable and conceived in holiness, “The Chossen’s Guide” is designed to enhance the mitzvah of unifying the couple into “one flesh,” as described in Torah.