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Updated 02 December 2013

Sexual energy

Sex guru Jonti Searll writes about sexual energy.

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The power of sex is in the energy of sexuality, in the building and spreading and sharing of the energy.

This requires knowledge, preparation, communication and awareness. To be a good, no a great lover, is both an art and a science. The science is knowledge of sexual anatomy, how energy moves in the body, creating space, breath, how to touch and how to communicate.

The art is in personalising and integrating all these factors, adding creativity, intuition and intimacy, the connection between lovers and the heart.

Understanding sexual energy, building and spreading it, offers so much.

  • Firstly, it allows any sexual or sensual experience to last as long as you’d like.
  • Secondly, it moves sensation from your genitals and pelvis through your whole body, making the pleasure deeper and bigger. In essence, your whole body can become a sex organ.
  • Thirdly, it creates experiences that are more fulfilling. It opens the door to open and honest communication that allow you to express what you enjoy, what you like, what you’d like to try etc. This level of communication leads to a very deep and special connection.
  • Fourthly, access to this energy increases your vitality, your health, your energy, your sense of fun and enjoyment. You become happier!

This doesn’t mean that this becomes the only way to have sex. The spontaneous quickies, the playing around, the orgasms for release etc are still great. Don’t ever stop. But know there’s more! (Jonti Searll, Health24, updated April 2011)

(Picture: Couple in shower from Shutterstock)

 
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