Orgasmic meditation (or OMing) aims to show women how to reach a deep connection with their sexual selves and help them better understand pleasure in their own bodies.
Along the same lines of tantric sex, the practice involves a partner stroking the different parts of a woman's clitoris (yes, there are different parts) for 15 minutes - but not with the aim of achieving orgasm, but instead to build a connection between the woman and her pleasure.
Nicole Daedone, founder of OneTaste an orgasmic meditation centre in New York explains in a video on the practice, 'She may or may not go into climax, but that's not the point. The point is to feel that connection throughout and to get that deep saturation and pleasure in her body.'
As one in ten women confess to never reaching orgasm, the idea of the meditation is to take the pressure off and build a strong emotional connection with what the body feels.
Former Playboy model and actress Karen Lorre said it worked wonders for her, claiming to have experienced 11 orgasms a day thanks to the meditation.
Originally a skeptic, Lorre explained to Medical Daily, 'I was already in a place of bliss, I had been doing sit down meditation for 20 years but it opened up my ability to sense more and more subtle things and my appreciation for men.'
'I understand it seems weird before you try it,' adds Daedone, 'But once you do, it's like, oh, this makes sense. Thirty years ago, yoga was also seen as weird. I think 30 years from now, OMing will be as common and accepted as yoga.'
Watch the video to understand more (warning: It obviously has graphic content)
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