Posted on | November 9, 2010 | 7 Comments
I finished my programming and watched the end of a short segment on the subject on the TV show, The Doctors. It was fascinating!
Relaxing Into The Climax
The segment showed comparisons of brain scan images—one that was taken when the subject was stimulating herself physically and one that was taken when the subject was using breathing, pelvic muscle exercises, and imagery to create orgasm. The images were identical.
According to an expert on the segment, the technique requires quite a bit of practice, but it’s easily achievable. Hmm, okay, I think this could be one type of practice I wouldn’t have to make myself do.
According to sex therapist Paula Hall, “Women in particular need to feel relaxed and safe in order to let go and enjoy sex fully.” So doing exercises that alleviate stress and anxiety and create relaxation go a long way in helping women reach orgasm, either mentally or the more conventional ways. If that’s not incentive to meditate, I don’t know what is.
Mind Over Matter
However fun it is to think about using the mind to achieve orgasm, this technique has more far reaching implications. Think about it. If you can think your way to an orgasm without physical stimulation, can’t you think your way to feeling happy and successful without the physical externals you think are necessary to feel that way?
This mental orgasm technique is compelling evidence of the extraordinary power of our minds. We really can think our way to the kind of feelings we want to experience. We don’t have to wait for the people and circumstances around us to change before we can feel how we want to feel.
The mental orgasm story has inspired me to redouble my intention to use the power of my thoughts. I’m committed to my meditation, and I’m using idle moments to focus on relaxation and images of things I want to have in my life. The more I do this, the better I feel.
Yes, you can boost your mind power. It just takes a little incentive and some focus.
If you’re interested, you can watch The Doctors’ mental orgasm segment here.