Hi All. I've been going through some old 'zines I started writing years ago, and compiling the content anew for a website I am putting together. I came across this old interview of my ex-boyfriend, and thought it might be interesting to some of you here on this forum.
A MALE PERSPECTIVE ON WITHHOLDING EJACULATION
Until the man has learned to channel the orgasm up into his system through his mind, what does he do during the learning curve?
There are methods outlined that show you how to externally lock by placing your three fingers on your perineum, blocking the sperm, but ths way you still lose 60 percent of your energy. You'll lose some of the energetic nonphysical energy, but the energy that's stored in the sperm itself will not be lost, and that's about 40percent of the energy you would lose if you ejaculated. Right after you've ejaculated, your whole system starts working to replace the sperm that was released. It takes the whole body, all of the organs, to replace that lost sperm - because that's our bodies' number one function: to make sure there's always sperm there for reproduction. If you don't ejaculate, you won't feel depleted or lose any of your energy, sperm or electrical. Instead, you feel full of energ, because you've just charged your batteries, so to speak, and you've given yourself this big rush of pleasure and sexual charge, but you haven't expelled it, just reincorporated it into your body. Then when you stop having sex and your sexual arousal starts to go down, you go back out into the world with even more energy.
Is there any loss of that feeling of satisfaction, not having ejaculated?
No. Because as you get better at it, you learn to get at that level right at the height of your pleasure without going over the edge, so you learn to walk that fine line. You don't feel any loss of satisfaction because you're able to just be in that place of maximum pleasure for a very long time, hours even, as opposed to getting to an orgasmic level and just ejaculating. That's like a one-way street. Not ejaculating is like going surfing and catching a whole series of waves rather than one wave, because you have all these different climaxes throughout the sexual experience. You develop more body awareness, and energetic awareness. You're operating on that level where you're steering your orgasmic level so it doesn't get too high or too low. There's an ideal level in there that's the preferable place to be. You're developing that relationship between your mind, your body, and your vital energy, and then you can feel your bodily energy more outside the sexual experience too, and you can monitor it, guide it and steer it.
How could we get this to be more accepted in the mainstream?
There's already a lot happening in the hip-hop world, like the Wu Tang Clan really promoting chi and eastern philosophies and stuff. They do clips of kung-fu movies and so they've already paved the way, greased the skids. And the Taoist system talks about ovarian and testicular Kung-Fu. The average ejaculation per week for someone in my age group is 3.5, and by the time you get to age 60, it's 1.9. I'm down to less than one a month, in my late twenties. A single ejaculation could conceivable populate the present population of the U.S. Multiply that by 5,000 ejaculations per lifetime, and we have enough semen to generate over a trillion lives. Imagine if all of that energy potential were recirculated into the body, and into the heart and mind.