Ever wonder why some orgasms leave you energized while others send you into dreamland before you get a chance to say, “’Night, Babe”?
Earlier this week, Metro News published a fascinating piece, “More than intercourse ,” that featured a course in orgasmic meditation or conscious sensuality . According to the article, there are two types of orgasms, valley and peak. “Valley orgasms…are associated with stillness, muscular relaxation and intimate connection. Valley orgasms energize; peak orgasms can be exhausting.”
A `yogasm’ is an orgasm that “comes before full release, with the focus on extending and enhancing this moment” within the valley orgasm. The instructors claim that the course is a spiritual experience, “for anybody who wants to feel (his or her) sexual life come into harmony with …the natural world.”
The article explains this orgasmic meditation is a spiritual approach to sex that offers greater emotional awareness, more connected relationships, and a greater sense of fulfillment in life. It’s a practice influenced by modern psychology as well as ancient Eastern traditions, and gives students a total mind/body experience in sensuality.
Wow. Count me sold!