It is possible to bring yourself to a powerful orgasm while sitting absolutely still with no movement, physical stimulation, or friction whatsoever. Many women have testified to having the ability to produce a full-on “mindgasm” during meditation, or rather a self-hypnosis type of technique. It is a matter of having focused intention, good muscle control and rhythmic deep breathing.
The best way to understand how a woman can ‘think herself to orgasm’, is how stage hypnotists can give women instant orgasms with the power of suggestion. Mark Cunningham, a well-known hypnotist says, “The key is, there is a part inside a woman’s mind that is capable of infinite positive pleasurable response. It is always active, so you aren’t actually going into her mind and making her have an orgasm. You are unlocking, unleashing and directing that which already exists. But you have to know how to access the subconscious mind.” Hypnosis is the fastest way to access the subconscious mind.
This stress-reducing self-hypnosis method will reveal how the concept of a “mindgasm” is possible. The overall breathing meditation is beneficial to practice several times a day, whenever you have a few minutes to spare. It is a terrific way to relieve anxiety and mental tension, as it can be done while sitting at your work desk, waiting at a traffic light, in the restroom, or anywhere at all that you can dedicate some time to just be still and relax with this deep breathing technique.
Following is a guided meditation to help you relax, reduce stress and release mental barriers and learn to achieve a “mindgasm”. You need to let go of all thoughts and just allow yourself to be fully present with the physical sensations without distractions. With a little practice, you can bring yourself to a powerful pleasure-filled orgasm right there in your office chair without anyone around you even knowing!
Guided Mindgasm Meditation
Sit upright either in a chair, on a couch, bed, or the floor. Your forearms can rest on your thighs with your hands facing up in a receptive relaxed position. Close your eyes and relax. Extend the top of your head upward, toward the ceiling – lengthening the spine. Bring your shoulders back and down, allowing your chest to open up. Straighten the spine, extending the crown of your head to rise up even higher.
Becoming very comfortable in this posture, remain still and quiet focusing only on your rhythmic breathing. Take deep breaths slowly through the nose, filling your abdomen more so than your chest. Allow your belly to completely fill up expanding your entire torso. Gently release the breath, slowly out through the nose, contracting your abdomen to totally empty out all of the air – releasing tension and resistance with each exhale.
Just practice deep breathing for a minute or two, letting everything else go. The mind will become clearer as thoughts will fade with every breath. Slow the breathing and focus only on the physical sensations of the air moving in and out through the nose, feeling the belly expand and contract.