How to Be a Multiorgasmic Man, Pt 1

03/18/2010 05:12 am 05:12:02 | Updated Nov 17, 2011

Chances are I'm sharing far too much by telling you this story, but I feel as if this information has been hidden from men for far too long. Here it goes anyway.

I'm in my second year of medical school, browsing the local Borders bookstore. I'm going through the section on sex and relationships, hoping to find clues for the clueless, when I come across this book with a rather bold title on it: The Multiorgasmic Man.

Instantly, my bullshit alarm goes off. What the hey - I ain't going to buy that stuff. Guys can't do that kinda thing. We just covered it in physiology class.

But then, out of the back of my mind came a fuzzy memory of this book on my college roommate's shelf called The Tao of Sex. At the time, I thought that was uber-kinky, so of course I had to borrow it from him.

It talked about the importance of retaining semen, and doing this with your breathing, and pressing that button on your body. Uh-huh. Sure, man.

But then there was an interview in Maxim (back when it used to be a cool magazine) with Sylvester Stallone, who was a bit of a hero for me at the time. In the article, he talked about semen retention and orgasm without ejaculation. To this day I remember him explaining how to send the vital hormones up through the body instead of spilling them out and squandering them.

So now, as I'm standing in front of this intriguingly titled book, I've already been exposed to the idea twice before. And I'm more curious than I am skeptical.

Long story short: I bought the book and did what it said. Lo and behold, it worked.

If you're the go-getter type, you don't need this article or any of my courses. You will simply go get The Multiorgasmic Man by Mantak Chia, apply its lessons, and be off to the races.

In the meantime, I'm going to tell you exactly how to become a multiorgasmic man in the next couple of articles.

Just in case it's not patently obvious to you why becoming a multiorgasmic man is a Good Thing, here are some reasons (or just watch the video below):

1) It's more fun this way.

You guys can understand this: one orgasm = fun. Multiple orgasms = more fun. Simple math.

2) You will access new states of consciousness normally requiring illegal substances.

Ever felt like you were blasted into infinity? As it turns out, that roller-coaster ride is free, and it's right inside your head. The Taoist and Tantric Buddhist masters have used sexuality for centuries as a pathway to higher consciousness and enlightenment.

3) You will feel energized after sex, not depleted.

Normally, after intercourse, and man has depolarized his masculine energy. This is better known as rolling over and playing dead. What if, instead, you were so energized that you felt you could move mountains? Your partner may even prefer it to the heap of jello you normally become.

4) You will derive long-term health benefits.

The Taoist masters say that by retaining your semen, you achieve greater health and longevity. These teachings have been around for 2500 years, so I'm in no position to argue with them.

So here's the information you need to do it yourself. Follow the instructions, and they will work. That's how I did it. You're also welcome to take the class I'm offering and get The Tao of Sexual Mastery all for free.

There are three phases to your multi-orgasmic training: muscle control, sensation control, and energetic control. Today we're going to talk about the first phase, namely muscle control.

The muscle in question is the pubococcygeus (PC) muscle, which is a sling between the pubic bone and the tailbone (coccyx). This is the muscle with which you stop the flow of urine. Most people don't use the muscle too often, which is why you want to strengthen it.

So what I want you to do right now (preferably not in public) is to reach down and feel that muscle there. Now pretend that you're stopping the flow of urine. Aha! Congratulations. You've now made friends with your PC muscle.

Now you must work it out, just like you would your biceps or pectorals. I recommend using two kinds of exercises: holds and flutters.

Holds are maximal contractions lasting 5 seconds or more. Flutters are quick contractions about a second long. Holds build strength; flutters build control.

For the first week of your training, you should do 3 sets of 10 holds, holding each contraction for 5 seconds. Breath in when you contract; breathe out when you release.

Supplement those with 3 sets of 20 flutters. Again, breathe in when you contract; breathe out when you release.

Over the subsequent weeks, you build up the routine:

Week 2: 3 sets of 10 holds for 10 seconds; 5 sets of 20 flutters
Week 3: 5 sets of 10 holds for 10 seconds; 5 sets of 30 flutters
Week 4: 4 sets of 20 holds for 10 seconds; 5 sets of 40 flutters

You can do these exercises while you're waiting in a line, while you're stopped at a red light -- basically turn any down time into up time.

That's all you need to focus on for now. Stay tuned for parts 2 and 3 of your training in upcoming articles.

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