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What if we could expand ecstasy, reduce stress and lift depression, all by delaying and extending orgasm? Most were something, good-looking, well-dressed Manhattan professionals. She was a tall, attractive, rail-thin woman, with high cheekbones and shoulder-length blonde hair. She wore a black skirt and top that looked sprayed on, and black suede boots with four-inch stiletto heels. All focused on the skill of gently stimulating a woman or a man to the edge of climax in order to extend his or her orgasms, and therefore theoretically her ecstasy, past its normal limits.

They were connected in that they spoke the same lingo, had identical or similar practices, and appeared to share the same Ur-source. She must also have been involved in psychotherapy. In a TedX talk, Daedone explained how she came to the revelation that something new was needed.

And I do think there is a cure. That cure is orgasm. As she talked, Daedone made a curling gesture with her right-hand index finger, a finger that knows how to play a woman like a cello. Both she and I will be putting our attention on the same point. The difference is that she will be there with a partner. She will be allowed to have this most profound and deep experience with another human being. Quietly averting her eyes, Cherwitz stripped off her trousers, and then her underpants.

She climbed up on the table to sit facing us, and then gracefully swooned back until her head touched the bolsters, allowing her pale thighs to butterfly open with her knees bent, so that her feet almost touched. One does not often see such an unashamed public display of intimate nakedness in New York City. Daedone hooked some lubricant into the crook of her finger and put a gob on her forearm.

The lubricant she uses is a specially concocted slippery blend of olive oil, beeswax, shea butter and grapeseed oil. After a few minutes, Daedone slowed her stroking and temporarily brought Cherwitz down to earth.

I will take Rachel to several peaks before bringing her back down to a normal level. Plus, it makes one feel very, very good, obviously. However, Daedone let us know that what we were seeing was different from the way orgasmic meditation is usually practiced.

She will be naked from the waist down, while her partner, usually a man, but often not her lover, will remain fully clothed. Their right legs will intertwine so that her thighs are pulled apart, allowing him the freest access to her vulva. Before he begins to stroke, the man will take a moment to describe what he sees in simple terms.

Your labia are growing darker, almost brown. Daedone began stroking Cherwitz with greater speed now, pushing her again and again to the cliff edge of climax. Some 10 separate, minute areas of the clitoris can be plucked, rubbed or brushed, she claims, using as many as five or six stroking variations — and she seemed to be hitting all of them. Eventually, Daedone brought Cherwitz, and us, down to a ringing silence. It had been a virtuoso performance. After a short pause, Daedone pulled Cherwitz back up into a sitting position, facing us.

Cherwitz smiled wanly. She had been skirting orgasm for perhaps 15 minutes without ever climaxing. She seemed only half-emerged from a revelatory dream. If you practised orgasmic meditation every day, she claimed, you would return to the dating arena with the determination and poise of a sexual ninja, girded and ready for action. There could be no better ice-breaker on a first date, I imagine, than to ask your potential dinner and movie companion to treat you to a minute orgasm. But what of the men? Daedone had little trouble luring young males to her gatherings, for voyeuristic reasons perhaps.

For the man, poised with his finger on the hot spot, the woman has become the ultimate gaming device. While he masterfully negotiates one of the most complex biomorphic systems in evolutionary history, his payoff lies in having total control of another human being. To me, orgasmic meditation was the perfect complement to the social isolation of the internet, where young people passionately interact with each other via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, but never have to share physical contact.

A little more to the left. Of course, the seemingly counterintuitive idea of withholding or even denying climax in order to achieve pleasurable states that exceed orgasm goes back long before Daedone. In the Mandarin court 1, years ago, Taoist dandies learned to withhold their jing or ching ejaculation during intercourse, not only because they believed that retaining semen would make them live forever, but because sex without orgasm was infinitely more pleasurable, and allowed their partners more time for sexual fulfilment.

Male climax, except in the service of creating a baby, was considered draining and depressing. Although there is brief pleasure, in the end there is discomfort. During intercourse that could last for hours, accompanied by chanting and pungent clouds of incense, couples would rise to a timeless ecstatic state in which they transubstantiated into gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon, and at the highest point switched genders. Curiously, Christian traditions of sex without orgasm go back even farther than those originating in Asia.

Gnostic males might have been partly motivated by the fact that intercourse without ejaculation can be a workable form of birth control. A s early as the s, the Zen philosopher Alan W Watts, a gentle, hyper-educated British transplant who lived in San Francisco and hosted a popular public radio programme, was spending a lot of time thinking out loud about the problem of man and woman, and therefore of orgasm. He noted that the contemporary sexual landscape was a dismal wasteland.

For an antidote to this sorry state of affairs, Watts reached far into the misty past. He felt that knights returning home from the Crusades might have brought back with them Tantric-style sexual traditions that had drifted westward, possibly through Persia. Such notions of romantic or courtly love, spun down through the centuries by the ball of medieval troubadours, were eventually taken up as official doctrine by the church, which was one reason why marriages are made for love today rather than arranged like business contracts as they often were in the Middle Ages.

If followed with an open mind, Cathar-style lovemaking still had use, Watts thought. Watts gave very specific instructions as to how this was to be accomplished. In the following decade, as his interests branched out from Eastern mysticism into psychedelic drugs and various sorts of sexual exploration, Watts became a spiritual beacon for the counterculture movement, much like his friend and fellow British expatriate, Aldous Huxley, who was living in Hollywood at the time and writing about his experiences taking mescaline.

Unlike the dystopian Brave New World , published three decades earlier, Island showed the direction that Huxley felt the world should be heading in, towards truth and freedom and away from the cycle of sexual dissatisfaction in which our culture found itself trapped. According to her oft-told story, she was on the verge of taking vows of celibacy in order to become a Buddhist nun when she met Ray Vetterlein at a party. He was a scrawny year-old from Novato, California, with a gravelly voice and a craggy jawline, who was seen as something of a living national treasure by his followers.

For half a century, he had done little, apparently, but give women deep, sincere, life-changing orgasms. Vetterlein died in at the age of 85, and towards the end of his life he had come to see sex as a purely spiritual act. Sexual energy, he would say, was the same energy that ed the stars together in the cosmos and atoms together in your hand, the same energy as the electromagnetic or the strong and weak forces or gravity. Eventually, he learned to make a woman climax just by gently stroking her earlobe, touching her arm, placing his palm on her belly, or even by looking at her from across the room, or so he claimed.

He could sustain orgasm in a woman for three continuous hours. I want to try a sexual technique on you. At first nothing happened. I was thinking about whether or not I was doing this thing right. I was thinking about whether or not this guy was kind of creepy.

I was thinking about whether or not I was going to marry him. I was thinking about whether or not my stomach looked a little poochy. And there was only pure feeling. O rgasm works its ecstatic ways by triggering some of the deepest regions of the brain, such as the amygdala and the hypothalamus, to produce neurotransmitters that cause pleasure, such as dopamine and oxytocin as well as endorphins. In fact, scientists say that an orgasm is the most powerful event that can happen in the brain short of an epileptic seizure, which to a large degree it resembles. As this potent cocktail of neurochemicals baths our neurons and our organs, our breathing speeds up, our pulse races, and the conscious parts of our brain dealing with stress and anxiety grow quiet.

There is ample medical evidence that orgasms are good for you. For a woman, having regular orgasms can boost the immune system, improve digestion, regulate menstruation, relieve pain, discourage breast cancer cells from developing into tumours, and even make her look a decade younger.

For a man, the benefits are similar: regular orgasms can reduce levels of stress, improve memory function, reduce depression, improve sleep, and lower the risk of heart attack and prostate cancer. A man who has three or more orgasms a week as opposed to the national average of 1. If he has the will and the stamina, having an orgasm a day will add yet a fourth year. The fleeting nature of orgasm, followed for some by hollowness and loss can make some of us quite cynical about the experience.

In modern literature, the overwhelming urgency and pleasure of orgasm is often paired with the sense of depletion and malaise, especially when it is over. The chief culprit, dopamine, floods the pleasure centres of our brains during orgasm so that everything, for the moment, seems beautiful and calm, and we feel at one with ourselves and everyone else, but these neurochemicals soon dissipate, leaving us dissatisfied and depressed.

It is no wonder that some people become sex addicts, trying to procure that same orgasmic high over and over again. Some imagine a kind of epic battle taking place within the brain between the easy virtue of the neurotransmitter dopamine, produced by climax, versus the lasting goodness of connection and trust induced by the neurotransmitter-hormone oxytocin, which is created by mothers when they breastfeed and by couples when they hug, and is also supposedly produced in large quantities during Orgasmic Meditation. These arguments might be exaggerated. The surprising find was that most were pleased, even enthralled, with their sex lives.

Despite the fascination with orgasms, despite the popular notion that frequent orgasms are essential to a happy sex life, there was not a strong relationship between having orgasms and having a satisfying sexual life. What happens scientifically when orgasm is delayed or denied, as in OM, is a little hard to pin down. I found him buried in one of his own fMRI machines donating an orgasm to science so that its effects on the brain could be read in real time.

He has found that vaginal stimulation produces pain-reducing peptides in the body. He also discovered a ly unknown neural pathway from the genitals to the brain through the vagus nerve, an ancient nerve that wanders up through the body touching each of our important organs on its way to the brainstem. This wandering aspect might explain why having orgasms or perhaps nearly having them is so healthful to human physiology. Holstege placed 12 healthy young heterosexual Dutch women into PET scanning machines.

Then he asked their boyfriends to bring them to orgasm. This they did, upon command, up to three times those women who attempted to fake their orgasms were easily caught by the pressure-sensitive plugs the doctor had inserted in their rectums. Holstege found that orgasm in women reduced blood flow in the left lateral orbitofrontal cortex, causing reduced inhibitions and anxiety — in effect, putting them into a meditative, ecstatic state. Theoretically, in primitive times, a woman found it useful to be able to ignore danger als all around her at least long enough for the sex act to be completed.

He remains a skeptic of orgasmic meditation as well. We filed out on shaky legs, blinking, into the stark sunlight of the East Village winter afternoon, somewhat stunned. Instead of following one or another of the chattering groups, I went alone to a nearby Indian restaurant and ordered a large-size bottle of Kingfisher beer. I needed to step back a little, I thought. I considered myself a reasonably worldly man. Was I really ready to play Charlie Mingus on the bass strings of a stranger — comely as many of the women in the audience had been?

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