A Natural Approach to Healing
Yoni is a Sanskrit word for the vagina that is loosely translated as "Sacred Space" or "Sacred Temple." Its meaning and use is an alternate perspective from the Western view of the female genitals (i.e., Pussy, Cunt, Twat, etc., words which may or may not be complimentary depending on the intent of their usage). In Tantra, the Yoni is seen from a perspective of love and respect. The purpose of the Yoni Massage is to create a space for the woman (the receiver) to relax, and enter a state of high arousal and experience much pleasure from her Yoni. Her partner (the giver) experiences the joy of being of service and witnessing and sharing, and creating, a very special moment. The Yoni Massage can also be used as a form of safer sex and is an excellent activity to build trust and intimacy. Some massage and sex therapists use it to assist women to break through sexual blocks or trauma.
The goal of the Yoni massage is not orgasm. Orgasm is often a pleasant and welcome side effect. The goal is simply to pleasure and massage the vagina. From this perspective both receiver and giver can relax, and not have to worry about achieving something. When orgasm does occur it is usually more expanded, more intense and more satisfying. Orgasm is allowed to happen or not happen. Just allow the receiver to enjoy the massage and to relax into herself afterwards. Of course, other sexual activity may follow but it should be entirely the receiver's choice. This perspective will build greater intimacy and trust, and will greatly expand your sexual horizons.
Yoni massage is a very intimate form of therapy. To many the first session will be pushing personal boundaries, so it is of great importance that the session takes place in a safe environment in full trust to the therapist. During the yoni massage laughter, tears, anger, moaning, break-through and deep pleasure can be experienced. Most women have tensions and blockages in the lower body; quite a few without knowing it themselves. Yoni massage is a chance to get beyond the pressure that many women feel when making love. Experience the pleasure of being touched in a loving way.
“Amrita” …meaning nectar of the goddess. A liquid most treasured and revered in ancient Tantric literature. What exactly does it mean? Even modern medicine isn’t exactly sure, much less in agreement. There is a good deal of mythology surrounding the biological reality of what has been only recently termed as “female ejaculation”.
The primary source of much erroneous information about the nature of female ejaculation seems to be attributable to those who seek to sensationalize and exploit this relatively unexplored phenomenon, while others have been overly gullible in accepting purely anecdotal evidence.
It's widely believed that there is a female counterpart to the male prostate; technically known as “Skene’s” glands. Just as the male prostate, the ducts from these glands empty into the urethral canal. The liquid produced by the Skene’s glands is not urine, but a thin clear fluid containing glucose and prostatic acid. This chemical makeup is much more similar to semen (without sperm), than it is to urine.
During sexual arousal the Skene’s glands may be stimulated in a way as to release secretions into the urethral canal. These secretions are ultimately expelled through the urethral opening (just as in male ejaculation). This fluid "release" is entirely unrelated to “vaginal” secretions, who’s primary, but not exclusive purpose is the lubrication of the vagina.
While there have been numerous claims of vast quantities of liquid expelled during ejaculation, all fail to offer a biologically compelling explanation as to the source, or reservoir used to store or produce such copious supplies of juices. Skene’s glands are smaller in size than the male prostate, and it would only seem logical to assume that the amount of “ejaculate” would be commensurate. Regardless of the true quantity, it is a fact, that it is possible for some women to expel (or ejaculate) prostatic fluid.
Benefits of the Yoni Massage
Releases emotional tensions and stress
Reduces menstrual pain
Elimination of pain when having intercourse
Increases sensitivity in the yoni
Increased lubrication when sexually aroused
Opens up to new levels of ecstatic pleasure
More powerful orgasms and easier obtained
Elimination of psychic and emotional blockages in relation to sex
Yoni Massage as a part of Sexual Intercourse
This part of the massage is optional, its your choice if you want to go for more or not.
Now we turn to Yoni Massage which is more like or a part of full sexual intercourse (Tantric Sex), except, again, the focus is all on the woman's pleasure and on massage of her Yoni, and all else is incidental, if necessary to the practice.
The first style is massage of her sacred spot by using the head of the lingam from rear-entry, with the woman's torso nearly erect to get the best angle to put pressure on her g-spot, with the Yoni's exterior massaged by her partner's hands. Again, orgasm is only a possibility, although it is a very good possibility in this particular practice for several reasons which you will see.