Sometimes a gal has just one kind of orgasm, in one part of the body, in one way. But often two or more kinds of orgasm are combined in succession or in tandem. These can be in absolutely any combination. During a single sex session, one might experience all seven different kinds of orgasm, if one is very lucky. In fact energy orgasms are almost always connected with clitoral or vaginal orgasms. Although I have on some occasions experienced an orgasm that took place only in my clitoris, and had virtually no energy behind it at all.
These are the volcano of all orgasms, or the tsunami of all orgasms. A megagasm is an intense full body experience, a deeply emotional experience, and for some a deeply spiritual experience. It generally lasts an extended lengthy of time, from thirty seconds to in some cases up to an hour or two. Several megagasms have been documented on video, although they are extremely rare. Not that many women are capable of letting go that deeply or handling that much pleasure and ecstasy and orgasmic energy. In my video Sluts and Goddesses I have a five-minute long megagasm.
Megagasms are usually brought about by very intense physical stimulation—with very hard intercourse combined with a really strong vibrator on the clitoris, fist intercourse, anal sex with vaginal and clitoral stimulation, etc. Sometimes some uncomfort or pain can trigger one. The stimulation goes way beyond normal love making, into surrendering to intense physical force and massive genital manipulation (which can also include kissing, nipple sucking, bondage, etc.). It helps to have an ‘orgasm midwife’, someone who is totally present that can manage and handle the incredible intensity of such orgasms. (Many people can be very scared of, and uncomfortable with the force of megagasms.) The person having the orgasm’s face can severely contort like one is having a baby, there is a huge ego surrender. Megagasms can come with past life recalls, and intense visual imagery like with psychedelics. It can feel as if there is a lifetime of pent up energy and emotion bursting free. They are very primal. There can be a sensation of being breathed by the universe, like you are a channel for orgasmic energy, like you are open for the life force to pass through you. Often people will have empathetic orgasms when they are in the presence of someone having megagasm.
Much of the research about orgasm has been to focus in on, to magnify, and to define exactly what orgasm is. I believe we must widen our perceptions and expand our concepts of orgasm. Interview and test the orgasm experts–the women who have had extra-ordinary experience with orgasm. Many women think that if an orgasm doesn’t feel like a clitoral orgasm, then it must not be an orgasm. They are limiting themselves. Expanding our concept of orgasm can open the mind and body to experiencing new things. With proper instruction and with practice they become more conscious and clear. Then we can enjoy living more ecstatic, healthy, orgasmic lives, filled with ecstasy, bliss.
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