Orgasmic Meditation: Spiritual Awakening Or Just A Fancy Fingering?

March 9, 2016 ‐ By

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Source: New York Post Facebook

When most of us think of orgasms, we think of receiving them, hopefully, during sex, with our partners. But according to those who practice Orgasmic Meditation (OM), don’t necessarily equate orgasms with sexual release, but rather a desire to be more connected to your own body, other people and be more present in your everyday life.

Orgasmic meditation occurs when a partner (not necessarily romantic. One woman described her partner as a friend of about a year.) strokes a woman’s clitoris for 15 minutes. Unlike sex, there is no goal to reach a climax. Instead the goal is to feel, connect and be present in the moment. That ability to connect is said to provide a larger state of consciousness and increased intimacy to others in your life.

Naturally, many are viewing the practice as a way for women to get off but this woman, Rachel Tayeb explains that the experience is so much more to her, particularly because a doctor told her she was anorgasmic, that she would never experience an orgasm. Through OM she was finally able to understand what all the hype was about.

And interestingly enough when Youtuber Iman Crosson, the guy who is known for his impersonations of President Obama and former professional soccer player Natalie Spilger observed the experience, Natalie was most struck by the closeness between the woman and her partner. Iman was a bit distracted by the sounds of orgasm but still the experience was more than he thought it was.

And before you dismiss this as “White people ish,” The New York Post video tapped partners Marissa Ward, a Black woman, and Rafael Martinez, a Latino man, completing one of their orgasmic meditation sessions together. You can take a look below. It’s not as graphic as you might think.

Do you believe there’s a spiritual benefit to orgasmic meditation or is it just a fancy fingering?

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