How orgasms affect your brain!

Discussion in 'Abstinence, Retention, and Sexual Transmutation' started by Dave16, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. Dave16

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    Marnia Robinson's book Cupid's Poisoned Arrow, has been a real eye opener for me.

    The book explores the scientific impact that orgasms have on your brain.

    After reading the book, I found that I could relate to many of the after effects of orgasm. I would recommend everyone reads this book.

    During my current streak of 64 days (my best so far), I read this book. This book has shown the impact orgasms have on the brain, I have been able to relate to many of these studies.

    In turn this has provided me with extra motivation of never orgasming again (unless I am looking to conceive a child).

    Has anyone else read this book? If so what are your thoughts and how has it helped you on your journey.

    I am in a 5 year relationship with my partner and have noticed that sexual encounters decreased as time went on. The scientific research illustrated in this book has allowed me to see why!

    Reading this book will put you in good stead if you are in a relationship or seeking a relationship.
     
  2. Tonytone

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    Sounds very interesting!
     
  3. I have not read this book, but I like the concept of mastering the spiritual side of love and sex (something that is severely lacking in developed countries - too busy building rockets and computers and stuff I guess).

    From my understanding though, ejaculation is what is bad, but orgasm is good. Ejaculation is when your baby batter shoots out onto the ceiling, whereas orgasm is the energy you feel take over your entire body and mind. Most people ejaculate but never orgasm, which is kind of pitiful. Ejaculation and orgasm are separate for both men and women, according to Mantak Chia. Energy = good, releasing your baby batter = bad.
     
  4. pornlessgeneral

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    So, a long time masturbator has never really had orgasms? Only ejaculations?
    To be honest, I didn't even know there is a difference.
     
  5. Krishna108

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    Our society constantly lies to us telling us that we should have more sex because its "healthy". Screw the media, they push this bogus narrative
     
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  6. MetaGame

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    This the book That aahana person was recommending. If I can find an audio version or summary I will check it out.
     
  7. Harrynak

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    best post i read today

    thank you
     
  8. That's right! There is a difference between orgasm and ejaculation. Chinese medicine is based on that, so is Tantra from India. Orgasm is real good. Ejaculation only for making babies. I do practice seminal retention and sexual transmutation for years, and it's really good for body, mind and health.
     

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