G-spot stimulation is one way to access Tantric orgasms. The G-spot (Grafenberg spot) is a small, lima bean-shaped area on the upper side of the vaginal wall (belly side), approximately 2-3 inches in. Different in texture than the rest of the yoni (vagina), this spot tends to spongier and coarser in texture. When the G-spot is stimulated through hard pushing or constant rubbing, it yields intense orgasmic feelings which exceed a normal female orgasmic response.
To properly stimulate the G-spot, pressure must applied directly on the upper wall of the yoni. Moreover, the woman needs to be highly aroused. Blood rushes to the G-spot like it does to the clitoris during sexual excitement. Thus, any sexual position maximizing pressure to this area increases the likelihood for a G-spot orgasm.
Om is a mantra or vibration, chanted at the beginning and end of yoga sessions.
It is known as the ‘monarch of all mantras’ since all mantras originate from it. It prefixes some mantras and represents the Supreme God Principle (Parabrahman).
Coming from the Hindu Yoga tradition, the mantra is deemed to have high spiritual and creative powers. That said, anyone can recite this mantra. It’s both a sound and a symbol rich in meaning and depth. When pronounced correctly, it is actually AUM.
- 1st syllable is A, pronounced as a prolonged “awe.” The sound starts at the back of your throat and you stretch it out. You start feeling your solar plexus and chest vibrate.
- 2nd syllable is U, pronounced as a prolonged â€œoo,â€ with the sound gradually rolling forward along your upper palate. You feel your throat vibrate.
- 3rd syllable is M, pronounced as a prolonged â€œmmmmâ€ with your front teeth gently touching. You now start to feel the top of your vibrate.
- 4th syllable is the deep silence of the Infinite. As intelligence rises from the deep silence, you have to merge your chant from the â€˜M’ to the deep silence.