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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.

Yin and Yang

Posted in The Mystic East with tags , , , on March 1, 2015 by alvinavalon

yinyangTaoism is an ancient Chinese tradition that centers around the concept of Yin and Yang, or the interplay of female and male principles.

The female principle Yin is symbolized by the vagina, while the male principle Yang is symbolized by the penis. But Taoists rarely use such mundane anatomical words, preferring colorful poetic phrases instead:

  • The vagina = Jade Gate, Vermilion Gate, Jade Pavilion, Golden Lotus, Peony Blossom, Receptive Vase.
  • The penis = Jade Stem, Coral Stem, Male Stalk, Turtle Head, Red Bird, Dragon Pillar.

Orgone Shiatsu

Posted in Holistic therapy with tags , , , on November 23, 2014 by alvinavalon

Orgone ShiatsuTraditional Shiatsu massage is designed to balance the flow of subtle Ki energy through the body, resulting in a deep state of relaxation. This new ebook presents an alternative, more dynamic, form of Shiatsu which is aimed at an explosive build-up of orgasm-producing Orgone energy. It describes a range of intimate massage techniques suitable for the different personality types – Earth, Air, Fire and Water. As well as external massage of the breasts, buttocks and thighs, it also covers internal massage techniques such as G-spot stimulation and deep vaginal fisting.

A must for sexually adventurous couples with a taste for the esoteric! Available as an ebook (ISBN 978-1-326-04691-0) from Amazon.com and Amazon UK, as well as other online retailers including iTunes.

The Jewel of Shakti

Posted in Sexual empowerment with tags , , on November 3, 2014 by alvinavalon

mimi_miyagiIn the Tantric Goddess worship of ancient India, the clitoris was revered as a symbol of feminine power. The Sanskrit word for clitoris is yonimani, from yoni meaning vagina and mani, which literally means “jewel” but can also symbolically refer to the penis. Female worshipers sought to emulate the size and strength of the Goddess’s yonimani through constant exercise of the clitoris. A woman with a hyper-developed yonimani was referred to as a naugi, or pythoness, and – with an erect length of two inches or more – her penetrative skills were said to equal those of any man.

An example of a modern-day “pythoness” is Mimi Miyagi, pictured above. She is a physically and intellectually empowered female, who at various times has worked as a model, body-builder, actress and politician. She is best known today for her humanitarian work in support of underprivileged children in the Philippines, and for having campaigned to become Governor of Nevada in 2006. But earlier in her career, during the 1990s, she worked briefly in the adult film industry – revealing to the world that she has a truly enormous yonimani. At one point, body-building exercises and  steroid use caused it to grow to an estimated 5 centimetres in length. An empowered woman indeed!

The Kama Sutra size chart

Posted in Tantric sex with tags , , , on November 2, 2014 by alvinavalon

kamasutra size chartAccording to the Kama Sutra, men can be classified on the basis of the size of their penis, or lingam as it is called in Sanskrit. A person with a small penis is described as a hare-man, one with an average-sized penis is described as a bull-man, and one with an unusually large penis is described as a horse-man. Similarly, females can be classified according to the size of their yoni, or vagina. A woman with a small yoni is called a deer, one with an average-sized yoni is a mare and one with an unusually large yoni is an elephant. The Kama Sutra identifies nine types of Tantric union, based on each of the three lingam types copulating with each of the three yoni types.

The Chapel of the Vagina

Posted in Sexual empowerment with tags , on August 30, 2014 by alvinavalon

Chapel of the VaginaThe “Chapel of the Vagina”, pictured above, is an art installation that was produced by Polish student Iwona Demko in 2012. This was inspired by the theory that in the distant past, women were dominant over men. In those times, the vagina was respected and worshipped, but this was forgotten when men took over. Iwona’s installation is intended to revive the matriarchal ideas by bringing the vagina back into the sacred realm. The work earned her a Ph.D. degree in 2012. More information can be found at the Vagina Museum.

Tantric Art

Posted in Esoteric symbolism with tags , , , , , on February 9, 2013 by alvinavalon

An animal-headed goddess performing fellatio on the elephant God GaneshaThe Tantric tradition of India and Tibet is much broader in its scope than the subset of Tantric Sexuality taught in the West. While Western Tantra focuses on practical techniques, the Eastern form also uses sexual symbolism for purely meditational purposes. As such, Tantric art often contains imagery that can seem bizarre to Western eyes. This Tibetan-style devotional painting, for example, depicts an animal-headed female deity trampling on two small figures while she menstruates into a bowl they are holding. At the same time, she is balancing the Hindu elephant God Ganesha on her hands and performing fellatio on him – in other words, sucking his penis!