Orgasm For Women
Orgasm is first and foremost for your health and well-being. It is the greatest fountain of youth we embody.
Through my immersion into the investigation of sex one of the major principles that has been revealed is that orgasm is our greatest resource for our health, vitality and wellbeing.
It is not dependent on being in a relationship, or even with a partner. It is always available to every human being.
We begin to experience spontaneous sexual arousal when we are in the womb. Orgasm through self pleasuring is a perfectly natural and spontaneous happening as a child. We are simply doing what feels natural and good until we are trained otherwise. As children we don’t have any concepts or ideas against this.
We are all perfectly designed to experience orgasm and pleasure. Humans are one of the few species who have that capacity.
Orgasm can be the greatest resource for our health and wellbeing for the duration of our life span. It is freely available to all. Our sexuality is a part of everything we do and makes us feel alive. It is one of the most vital elements of our being. It is a wonderful, empowering, and liberating part of being human.
How can our natural orgasmic energy, the life force energy, be our greatest resource? How are you dealing with your health? Do you have the energy and vitality that is demanded for the long term? Do you have energy to spare? Is your sexual energy an untapped resource for you as a source of wellbeing? Are you being fully available to express your unique contribution?
The form of preferences in sexual expression doesn’t matter, that will always be unique to you.
Instead of enjoying the pleasure of aliveness as expressed through our orgasmic sexual energy, it can become a burden and even a distraction that inhibits our full creative expression. We have so much pent-up energy waiting to be expressed. We all have an unlimited capacity to express our brilliance and make our unique contribution to humanity.
Imagine a world where orgasmic biological ecstasy spontaneously arises effortlessly. This is connection, first of all to Self and then to life and then to others. Orgasm requires total surrender to the pleasure of your life force, the pleasure of being alive in this physical body. This is beyond sexual preference and relationship choices, with a partner or as an individual experience.
Orgasm for Health:
The Physiology of Orgasm
Orgasm can give rise to vitality, fulfillment, energy, satisfaction and connection.
Life nourishing chemicals and hormones released during orgasm include —
• Nitric Oxide: large amounts are released into the bloodstream during orgasm improving blood flow and turning on neurotransmitters. “The release of nitric oxide helps blood flow more easily to all your vital organs, reducing high blood pressure and decreasing cellular inflammation. Decreasing cellular inflammation is significant because this inflammation leads to various chronic degenerative diseases, including killers such as heart disease, strokes, cancers and diabetes, as well as asthma, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, autoimmune disease, digestive disorders, hormonal imbalances, osteoporosis and Parkinson’s.” (Northrup, 2008, p. 93).
• Beta-endorphin (neurotransmitter): low beta-endorphin levels can create cravings for mood altering substances such as sugar, bread, alcohol, tobacco, drugs.
• Prolactin (neurotransmitter): increase in this bonding hormone creates a sense of security, safety and belonging, essential for a healthy immune system. It also lowers blood pressure and improves your sense of smell.
• Oxytocin (the love and bonding hormone and neurotransmitter): high levels create feelings of connection, unconditional love, and the desire to give and share freely. The quality of relationship is enhanced. It makes us feel warm, content and at one with our partner
Today medical science has validated the many benefits of an active sex life. This includes improved circulation, strengthens heart and lungs, reduces stress and tension, boosts immune system, releases endorphins that generate feelings of well-being, higher testosterone levels, stabilizes irregular menstrual periods, reduces frequency and intensity of hot flashes during menopause, helps maintain estrogen levels in women which correlates with cardiovascular fitness, reduced risk of osteoporosis and neurotransmitter production is increased. Neurotransmitters carry messages between the brain and nervous system, helping your body work and feel better.
Orgasm is the magnetic attraction of the Divine.
Northrup, Christian, M.D. (2008). The Secret Pleasures of Menopause. India. Hay House Publishing