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Lingam Puja

Posted in Tantric sex with tags , , , , , on April 24, 2015 by alvinavalon

pujaTantra is an ancient spiritual tradition with sacred rituals dating back hundreds if not thousands of years. Descriptions of Tantric practices sometimes read like a contemporary sex manual, as in the following account of the ritual known as Lingam Puja:

The male penis is worshipped by the Pundai-Stri who blessed the pujari with her vaginal libations. She will move her hands across his body in large circles, finally concentrating her attention on the lingam or the erect penis. She will then hold the erect lingam in her hand and stroke it gently, and then more vigorously until the lingam blesses her with its libations. Sometimes, the yoni-stri will take the Penile libations in her mouth, with the erect Lingam shooting its life-giving seminal fluids into her mouth.

[Then] she takes the lingam to the mouth of her divine passage or yoni, and enjoys the warmth of the throbbing penis. The warm embrace of the lingam by the unctuous yoni creates a sangam (union) that generates cosmic energy that leads to liberation or a state of Nirvana that must be experienced to be appreciated.

Source: http://www.vaginafest.us/

Orgasmic Meditation

Posted in Sexual meditation with tags , , , , on April 8, 2015 by alvinavalon

Nicole DaedoneOrgasmic Meditation (OM) is a form of mindfulness meditation in which the focus of mindfulness is on the clitoris. The technique was developed by Nicole Daedone (pictured above), a former professor of Semantics and Gender Communication. The term is somewhat misleading because the primary aim of OM is not to achieve orgasm but (as with any form of mindfulness meditation) to immerse one’s entire self in the feelings and sensations of the present moment. Thus OM is essentially a spiritual practice, in the tradition of Tantra and Yoga, rather than an overtly sexual one.

OM is practised in pairs by a receiver, who lies on her back on the floor, and a stroker, who kneels at her side and gently strokes her clitoris for 15 minutes. Both receiver and stroker focus their entire consciousness on the stroking sensation. According to its practitioners, of which there are over 10,000 worldwide, the OM technique encourages connection, vitality and wellness in both participants.