Archive for Sexual ecstasy

Chakra Meditation

Posted in Sexual meditation with tags , , , , on January 4, 2013 by alvinavalon

Chakra MeditationThe Chakra system, comprising the seven major energy centres of the human body, is one of the central concepts of New Age philosophy, holistic wellbeing and alternative therapy. The term Chakra is derived from Sanskrit, and originated in the Hindu tradition of India. The Chakra concept also features prominently in Tantra, where sexually charged Kundalini energy is seen as flowing upwards through the system of chakras. As described in my ebook Sex Meditation, it is possible to achieve an ecstatic state of orgasmic bliss by visualizing Kundalini slowly rising up through the seven chakras like an enormous, swelling penis made of pure energy.

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 FĂ©licien Rops depicts Saint Teresa stimulating her vagina with an artificial phallus.