I havent read your book yet . But the moment I read the word arrow and something on sacred sex , I recollected one of the Osho's discourse on Saraha. The greatest Tantra master in the history. I am sure you must have heard of him. Here is his short story,
"Saraha was born to a Brahmin family in Bengal when Buddhism was strongly supported by the court of the region. Saraha became a Buddhist monk and a noted scholar. However, he was expelled from his monastic order, some stories say for drinking alcohol.
He took to the life of a mendicant, a solitary spiritual wanderer. He became the disciple of a Buddhist master of Tantra and Kundalini practices.
Eventually Saraha met a young woman. She was of the low arrowsmith caste. He watched her intently forming each arrow, her gaze steady and not wandering to the left or the right. Saraha saw these actions symbolic of nondual awareness.
This woman shared similar spiritual aspirations, and the two were married. The couple travelled to holy locations, and cemeteries (considered good places for meditation and confronting the reality of death in the Tantric tradition). Since he could no longer support himself as a begging holy man, Saraha took up the trade of his wife's caste -- an arrowsmith. The name Saraha, in fact, refers to the making of arrows (or, more esoterically, it can be translated as "one who aims through the heart of duality").
The couple meditated deeply together and, it is said, they attained enlightenment together.
As a "fallen" monk, however, Saraha was denounced before the royal court. In his defense, Saraha recited a series of spontaneous realization songs, The Three Cycles of Doha. These songs became famous throughout Bengal, and he was widely acclaimed to be a legitimately realized sage.
Saraha began the Buddhist lineage that led to Naropa, Marpa, and Milarepa."
I have seen many people , who totally misunderstand Tantra as a tool to experiment thier sexuality (A Poisoned Sex : As per Frederich Nietche) . This quote from Nietche that " The teaching of all the religion against sex , have trasfomed sex in to poisoned sexuality" also comes in to my mind when i read your book title.
I will by your book and read it.
Thanks for writing it.
With Love and gratitude