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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.

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.

Sex with Aliens

Posted in Paranormal sex with tags , , , , on December 23, 2013 by alvinavalon

Sex with AliensEarlier this year, an attractive female psychic named Stephany Fay Cohen announced on daytime TV that she regularly has sexual intercourse with extraterrestrial aliens including the Greys, the reptilians, the cat people and the octopus men. She said these encounters, which result in “out-of-this-world orgasms”, take place when her physical body is asleep but her spiritual body travels to other planets. For full details, see I have sex with aliens.

Sex Meditation

Posted in Sexual meditation with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 21, 2012 by alvinavalon

Sex Meditation ebook by Alvin AvalonFor two thousand years, Tibetan Buddhists have sought spiritual enlightenment by meditating on images of deities copulating with one another. In the Kundalini Yoga of India, meditation is used to sublimate internal sexual energies and achieve a state of supreme bliss. But sex meditation isn’t just about mysticism. By concentrating deeply on a single thought or image, while remaining physically calm and serene, you can learn to achieve extreme states of sexual arousal and earth-shatteringly intense orgasms. You can enter vivid and sensuous worlds of the mind that make ordinary masturbation fantasies pale by comparison. With practice, you can even develop extra-sensory powers that allow you to tap into the sexual thoughts and activities of friends, colleagues and strangers. This short illustrated book tells you everything you need to know about the theory and practice of sex meditation, including plenty of step-by-step exercises that you can try out for yourself!

An erotic ebook and sex guide in Kindle format from Amazon.com or Amazon UK.

Religious Ecstasy

Posted in Sex and Mysticism with tags , , , , on August 17, 2012 by alvinavalon

Saint Teresa of AvilaSaint Teresa of Avila, who lived in Spain in the 16th century, was one of the greatest Christian mystics of all time. She had a number of religious visions and mystical experiences associated with an ecstatic state of consciousness that nowadays would be described as orgasmic. The 19th century psychologist Havelock Ellis believed that Saint Teresa was able to achieve orgasm spontaneously, without physical stimulation of the clitoris or vagina. This was probably the case, since some women are able to achieve spontaneous orgasm either by a pure at of will, or by rhythmic contraction of the internal vaginal muscles. A devoutly religious woman experiencing such an orgasm in a non-sexual context is more likely to attribute it to heavenly intervention than if physical masturbation was involved. Nevertheless, this famous drawing by Félicien Rops depicts Saint Teresa stimulating her vagina with an artificial phallus.