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Thursday, September 4, 2008

Orgasmic History Starting With Freud

First, let's review the modern history of orgasm. Whether you know it or not, you've undoubtedly been conditioned by some of these myths and you're certainly affected by these physiological facts.

We bet you know lots about Sigmund Freud who developed psychoanalysis in Vienna before the second world war. Freud believed all our neuroses stem from sex.

Whether you agree or not, at least he brought to the public's attention that the mind is the most powerful sex organ. When it blocks pleasure, sex isn't anywhere near as good as the original designer intended.

Freud believed that women could experience orgasm from clio or yoni stimulation. Unfortunately, he had to go further and say that vaginal orgasms were better, in that they represented the orgasm of the emotionally mature woman. Therefore, clitoral orgasms were immature and somehow lesser.

Do you feel less mature when you have great pleasure from clio stimulation? We hope not.

Many studies we've seen substantiate that 75% women don't experience vaginal orgasm. Was Freud telling the vast majority of women that they should fell less worthy because their peaks of clio pleasure were second class? Or did he intend that the pleasure they felt from other kinds of stimulation wasn't good enough?

Of course, in Tantra we believe all pleasure is a divine gift. Our personal and professional opinion is that clio and internal G-Spot orgasms are simply different, not better or less evolved.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist or member of the upper class to create and receive any kind of pleasure. Whatever feels good is good in our mind. We just think by studying and practicing we can learn to have more and more of that which transforms our life.