Practice Ecstatic Breath For Enlightened Sex & More Orgasmic Pleasure

Posted by on January 16, 2017 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 1 Comment
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By Suzie Heumann | Huffington Post

“The single most important key to sex that I’ve yet discovered is conscious rhythmic breathing; the more you breathe the more you feel and the more you come alive. Many of us breathe only enough to survive but not to live fully. Deep breathing is a door to waking up to healing and to more personal freedom.” 
— Annie Sprinkle, PhD., Tantrica & Ex-Porn Star

Breathing doesn’t seem very sexy but it’s the key to orgasmic pleasure and self-empowerment for women and to lasting longer for men. The benefits of learning new, simple ways of breathing are extraordinary and have direct health benefits, too. Breathing deeply into your belly increases relaxation, decreases tension and stress, helps women focus on pleasure and puts more oxygen into your blood stream. Oxygen is what delivers the ‘O’ in Orgasm.


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Many years ago I had my first introduction to ecstatic breathing. While this experience was more cathartic than sensual it produced a powerful understanding in me about the power of breath. Up until that point in my life I had never had an experience like this. I had taken many psychedelics before this but my breath experience was so far beyond any of that. I quickly began to build and incorporate breathing techniques into every aspect of my life. Breath is a tool for transformation and can be used to play in the many fields of ecstatic living.

Breathing techniques are utilized in all forms of yoga, meditation, Taoist and Tantric practices and even health activities like exercise and blood pressure reduction. There are calming breaths that incorporate deep belly breathing for relaxation and there are ‘charging’ breaths for increasing focus and turn-on.

For instance, did you know that you can easily lower your blood pressure by calmly breathing into your belly through your nose and out through your mouth? Try this the next time you’re about to go to the doctor, give a presentation or discuss a difficult topic with someone you love. It works.

It’s well known that women have a harder time than men focusing on sensual and sexual activities. In studies done with Functional MRI technology scientist can see the oxygen flow to the various regions of brain during different situational inputs. Men tend to focus most of their active brain regions on the sexual activities. Women, on the other hand, have multiple regions in their brains going off. Areas that involve worry, attention to things they didn’t get done during a given day, the children, external noise, etc. – their brains are busy and not on the activities they’re supposed to be on at that moment.

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