I have recently found myself poised to start over sexually, a sort of midlife faux virgin. This time, I wonder, how will I approach sex? I am acquainted with first, second, and third bases; one night stands; married sex; high-test performance orgasm required ; and abstinence—each a manifestation of an evanescent civilization built atop the ruins of the one that came before. Lately, I've heard about the unearthing of another sexual culture: the five-thousand-year-old practice of Tantric Sex. Woody Harrelson and Sting are separately Tantic practitioners, I've heard—which means something.
You Don’t Even Need a Partner to Achieve a Tantric Full-Body Orgasm
Have a Full-Body Orgasm--Tonight!
Ready to lock your bedroom door and dim the lights? There are a few things you need to learn about your body and how a full-body orgasm works. Tantra has been around for thousands of years. It teaches people how to connect with the universe and with their bodies on a cosmic level. In traditional sex, the end goal is an orgasm in the genitals.
A full-body orgasm is the type of orgasm that can be felt pulsating throughout the entire body. That's why full-body orgasms are a regular part of tantric sex , as tantra is all about focusing on manifesting and moving sexual energy throughout the body. If you want to give it a try, here are a few expert-recommended ways to try to have a full-body orgasm:.
According to sexperts, this too-good-to-be-true-sounding phenomenon is not something invented by men whose sexual partners deserve Academy Awards for their climax performances, either. Instead, it's a tantric practice that can actually be done solo. Sex coach Helena Nista had one alone in her car, an anecdote that, as an Angeleno who considers the freeway to be the seventh circle of hell, has me saying, "I'll have what she's having.