Mantak Chia – 2/4 – Orgasm vs Ejaculation

Mantak explains that orgasm and ejaculation are two distinct and separate phenomena. Part 2 of Mantak Chia’s talk at Watkins Books, London http://www.watkins…

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  1. At 7’50 where he says 2 or 3 orgasms with no ejac is fine in the beginning
    but 4 to 5 times is too much energy, is he saying that you -should- allow
    yourself to let it out at that point? Or just to not go beyond that point
    when starting out? Main reason I’m confused is because I really just can’t
    tell whether the energy produced by stimulation actually fully goes back to
    wherever it came from when you abandon sexual activity, even if you do
    breathing exercises. Near-orgasm state, probably not.

  2. these methods totally work, first read one of his books when i was @ 23 I
    am 40 now, and I can go as long as I want, as many times also, or not at
    all. Regardless of medications, drugs, injuries, surgeries,…It is
    unbeleivable and always always! sounds like a lie to a woman…however, its
    true and it has never failed me.

  3. Read « The Multi-Orgasmic Man » by Mantak Chia and Douglas Abrams. I read it
    for the first time, luckily, when I turned 18. His methods do work, and I
    can now control how often, how long, and how intense any orgasm/ejaculation
    is. Women usually don’t believe you until you have sex with them(most of
    them WILL try to prove you wrong lol). You can also use the gained energy
    in whatever way you want to. Creatively, pleasurably, destructively; the
    choice is yours. Haven’t looked back since.

  4. I think he’s saying when your walking up the hill don’t go to the summit
    because you’ll quickly roll down the other side. When you get close to the
    summit walk back down the hill so you can think clearly again and keep
    practicing this and it will make you stronger.

  5. I first learned of Master Chia and Michael Winn back in the 80’s when I
    took my first Tai Chi class and about Taoist sexual practices. I have the
    utmost respect and admiration for them. This philosophy and practices of
    the Tao is what the world needs more of. 

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