Weird and Wonderful
I've loved this meditation from the day that I first heard it. The narrator/author has a strange delivery, half-way between poet and perv. He makes several errors that always stop me short, such as calling the prostate gland the prostrate and speaking about removing perverted memories of sexual experiences, rather than memories of perverted sexual experiences. I do cringe when he gets to the sex stuff, because of that perviness in his voice. However, he is the only teacher I've ever listened to who addresses these issues. I have found that teachers of somatic meditation rarely touch on sexual issues, and some seem to forget that we have sexual organs at all. I think this is because the field is so male-dominated and I wish more women would take on the subject of bad sexual experiences that live in us at the cellular level. I applaud Hari, whoever he is. I hope he doesn't get himself in a lot of trouble.