TAOIST EROTIC MASSAGE/BODY RUB
The Taoist Erotic Massage (TEM) is a special massage of the genital area based on Taoist principles that can be performed on both the male and female genitalia. The loving caresses of a relaxing full or partial body massage is the ideal preparation for TEM. This can take the form of a classic massage or a tantric massage. In addition to a sensitive butt and lingam massage, the TEM also contains a gentle anal massage (prostate teasing) and an exciting prostate massage (Male-G-Spot or Sacred Spot).
A Lingam Massage is typically a massage where the male sexual organ is focused on. According to tantric-Taoist practice, this is a massage of the male genitalia. The Sanskrit word for the penis is Lingam. The goal of the lingam massage is not a climax necessarily but it is meant for pleasure and relaxation.
Prostate Massage or prostate milking is the massage or stimulation of the male prostate gland for sexual stimulation purposes, often in order to reach orgasm. The prostate is sometimes referred to as the "male G-spot" or "sacred spot". Some men can achieve orgasm solely through stimulation of the prostate gland, such as prostate massage or receptive anal intercourse, and men who report the sensation of prostate stimulation often give descriptions similar to females' accounts of G-spot stimulation. Prostate stimulation can produce stronger and more powerful orgasms than solely penile stimulation.
The Prostate is a male sexual gland. It is located near the rectum and can be reached via the anus. The prostate can be stimulated sexually to help achieve the point of orgasm. In Taoist teaching, the connection between sexual arousal and the prostate has been known for thousands of years.
The word "Tantra" comes from Sanskrit and stems from the two root words "tanoti" (stretch, extend, expand) and "trayati" (liberation).
Tantra is believed to have its origins in shamanist fertility rites founded in the religious beliefs of India and Tibet. In traditional tantra, sexuality is the tool for overcoming the ego and achieving oneness with the divine principle. Modern Western tantra primarily aims to foster self-discovery and enhance our sensitivity to pleasure.
This exercise originates in Taoist teachings, according to which the bodily fluids contain energy that is essential to good health and vitality. Among the most vital of these bodily fluids is male semen. A big draw enables the recipient to achieve a “dry” orgasm – that is, an orgasm without ejaculation, or a so-called "injaculation". From a Taoist viewpoint, by conserving semen the life essence thus remains in the body.
A Full-Body Orgasm is an orgasm experienced at an extremely high state of arousal, whereby sexual energy is felt not only in the genital area but all the way from head to toe. It usually requires practice to achieve such a feeling of ecstasy. Above all, you need to develop a good awareness of your body and have a well-trained PC muscle. A full-body orgasm is an interplay between excitement and relaxation. You are repeatedly taken to the point of orgasm before your excitement is allowed to subside again. This delaying tactic can be used to gradually increase your point of no return. An ecstatic state washes over you, and your final orgasm is extremely intense and gratifying.