Founded in 2001, OneTaste is a business focused on redefining the orgasm through orgasmic meditation (OM) and slow sex. The practice of orgasmic meditation was designed for partners. During these sessions, one partner will stroke the other person's clitoris for 15 minutes. It is expected to lead to a state of orgasm, which differs from the traditional idea of an orgasm. Here's how.
An orgasm is usually characterized by ejaculation in men and muscle spasms in the pelvis in women. It doesn't last for long. "Some research has found that women's orgasm last about 18 seconds of loveliness (on average). . . men, however, win out on the average, clocking in at around 22 seconds of orgasmic wonderment," Dr. Debby Herbenick said to Men's Health.
The state of orgasm is goalless in the sense that it requires no particular end. "It's more in alignment with how a woman's body actually works," Justine Dawson, director of OneTaste, commented on The Huffington Post.
Orgasmic meditation sessions reportedly set the stage for improved connections, consciousness and sensation. There are two options: in private or in a classroom setting.
Nicole Daedone, cofounder of OneTaste, says that slow sex prioritizes the following:
  1. developing attention to what's actually present rather than fixating on a goal
  2. simplicity, a stripping away of extraneous elements down to the level of pure sensation
  3. cultivating desire by learning to acknowledge and articulate it
Continue reading for step by step instructions for orgasmic meditation.

Orgasmic meditation has attracted the attention of people anywhere from their 20s to their 70s, and everything in between.

"In every sex act, in every yoga class I had ever taken, and every meditation I had sat in, I was looking for that feeling of being plugged in and being connected and being alive," said Rachel, pictured left. She found that feeling in OM.

Orgasmic meditation has attracted the attention of people anywhere from their 20s to their 70s, and everything in between.

The first step of OM is to couple up with a "spouse, lover, or anyone you trust," and build a nest.

Here's one possible setup:
- 1 blanket
- 3 pillows for her head and knees
- 1 cushion for the stroker
- 1 hand towel
- timer
- lubricant
- optional: gloves (recommended for safety especially if you are selecting partners at the site)

The first step of OM is to couple up with a "spouse, lover, or anyone you trust," and build a nest.

Now, it's time to get into position.

First the woman removes her bottoms, lies on her back and butterflies her legs. Then, the man "sits down on her right side. He takes his left leg, he wraps it over her belly, and his right leg goes underneath her legs," Rachel says. Note that the stroker remains fully clothed.
Now, it's time to get into position.

Once you're in position, set a timer and apply nickel-sized amount of lube to the hand.

The stroker places their palm below the strokee's bottom to ground her. The thumb should placed on the introitus, or the opening to the vagina.
Once you're in position, set a timer and apply nickel-sized amount of lube to the hand.

Now it's time to begin. Start by stroking slowly up.

Develop an up-down rhythm. The stroker should apply as much pressure as they would when touching their own eyelid or brow.
Now it's time to begin. Start by stroking slowly up.

It's important to communicate throughout the session.

The stroker should notify the strokee of what they are doing and what they are seeing. The strokee responds with how they are feeling.
It's important to communicate throughout the session.

During the last two minutes, adjust your strokes.

Slower, broader strokes are encouraged toward the end. At the 15-minute mark, the stroker should place both hands over their partner's pussy and push hard.
During the last two minutes, adjust your strokes.

At the end, don't forget to clean up and share a frame.

Grab your hand towel and clean up any excess lube. Then, take turns sharing a frame, a moment in which you felt something during the session.
At the end, don't forget to clean up and share a frame.


[H/T:lifebuzz.com]

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