The Delicious Grace of Moving One's Hand by Timothy Leary
Intelligence is the Ultimate Aphrodisiac

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Timothy Leary (1920-1997) was one of the most controversial figures of the 1960s, the man who urged a generation to turn on, tune in, and drop out. Now, nearly two years after his death, this manuscript has emerged comprising his best writings about sexuality. Beginning with an account of his first sexual encounter -- his own conception -- Leary takes readers on an exploration of the link between sexuality and the mind. Each short chapter contains either a traditional or novel approach to what Leary called "improving your navigational control over your pleasure cruises," including Hindu methods for stimulation via hypnogogic yantras, chemical aphrodisiacs, and neurolingual tricks for arousal.

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Timothy Leary earned a doctorate in psychology and taught at the University of California, Berkeley and at Harvard. His many books include Intelligence Agents and The Psychedelic Reader.
Published December 8, 1999 by Da Capo Press. 275 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Self Help, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Written over 30 years and collected by the high priest of the 1960s counterculture before his death in 1997, these spirited meditations, musings and rants highlight the centerpiece of Leary's famous mantra, ""Tune in, Turn on, Drop Out."" Leary constantly sounds his theme--""If it FEELS good, it ...

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