What would you respond if asked to define an orgasm? That it’s a physical way of letting everything go? Or that it’s what sex’s climax should – but often doesn’t – feel like? |
If you associate “orgasm” with sexual stimulation, you’re not alone. But can this term be applied to not just one area of your life, but to many? What if someone told you that orgasms also describe your sense of personal fervour, ranging from work to family to hobbies?
Your instinct may be to dismiss this person’s point of view. After all, talking about orgasms is still somewhat “taboo” in our society, which often wrongly stigmatises the topic of sex. But what would happen if you hear them out? Let’s take a look at how orgasmic meditation trainers and other professionals in the field take the definition of “orgasm” to new, revelatory and personally fulfilling heights.
Set Yourself Free
The female orgasm is a powerful, ever-changing and elusive craft. For many years, orgasmic meditation trainers in Britain and all over the world have facilitated conversation about this fascinating practice, striving to enhance pleasure, mindfulness and vitality through creative and liberating techniques. With Orgasmic Meditation, a partner exercise that helps us tune into our body, mind and emotions, we learn how to connect with our sex drive and apply its positive energy to all aspects of our lives.
In popular culture, we’re accustomed to using and hearing the word “climax” in conjunction with sex and intimate partnerships. For most of us, it’s a sensation of overwhelming vigour, which allows us to let go of our everyday stresses for a few, brief moments. What remains most memorable about this experience, though, is what often follows: a pervading sense of disconnection and emptiness.
Pause. Let’s reflect on this conditioned experience of the female orgasm. Wouldn’t it be better if the climax weren’t followed by a crash, and resulted not in lethargy, but in increased fulfilment, revitalisation and connectivity? That may sound like a dream that’s too good to be true, but it’s fully possible... when you let go of the socially constructed concept of the “climax” – or “Orgasm 1.0” – and learn to embrace its liberating counterpart, Orgasm 2.0.
If you ask any orgasmic meditation trainer, they’ll tell you that the practice of Orgasm 2.0 is one of the best ways to increase vitality, positivity and creativity in all areas of your life. By adopting this tried and tested technique, you open yourself up to a continual stream of productive energy, enabling you to free yourself from past and present hurts and take the risk of living and loving without restrictions. You can think of this practice as life’s remedy and enrichment: it mends your emotional wounds, enriches rewarding experiences and allows you to venture further and deeper into your spiritual realm than ever before. What could be more satisfying?
Are you ready to quench your thirst for a fulfilling and energetic life? Then take a sip of the powerful potion that is orgasmic meditation... and let the zest of the female orgasm lead you in new, inspiring directions.
Juliette Karaman-van Schaardenburg is a director at TurnOn Britain and a qualified OneTaste coach and Orgasmic Meditation trainer. She works with both couples and singles, teaching them how to tap into the power of the female orgasm and use it to fuel their lives and relationships.
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