NINE LEVELS OF ORGASM  
BY  Janet Kira Lessin, CTI



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While both feel wonderful, men and women’s orgasms are completely different. The misunderstanding surrounding the differences in orgasms cause much of humanity’s pain. Through a thorough understanding of the differences in orgasms, lovers can become sexually compatible and experience more love, joy, satisfaction and unity. They become one, feel each other and when people feel one another completely, they are less likely to harm them, even unconsciously.

 


A man’s orgasm is a sharp peak while a woman experiences a series of waves rising followed by one declining wave. To better understand, the female orgasm is separated into nine steps or stages of experience, but in reality the steps are joined together and overlap in various degrees creating a multi-level experience.

         A woman riding the orgasmic wave resembles a lotus flower blossoming. As the woman orgasms, the flower gently unfolds until she experiences all nine levels of orgasm, which is considered a complete orgasm. When she is in full bloom, this totally open flower is exquisite, yet vulnerable. She now surrenders to you, her devotee, the man (or woman), who has served her so well.

Each orgasm level energizes specific body parts and evokes observable response in the woman:

Level Energized Organs Observable Response
One Lungs The woman sighs, breathes heavy, salivates
Two Heart Woman extends tongue to her lover while kissing
Three Spleen, Pancreas, Stomach Woman grasps and holds man tightly with activated muscles
Four Kidneys, Bladder Vaginal spasms and secretions flow
Five Bones Joints loosen and she may feel the urge to bite her lover
Six Liver, Nerves Woman undulates and gyrates like a snake, wrapping limbs around her lover
Seven Blood Blood boiling, she frantically touches her lover everywhere
Eight Muscles Muscles relax.  Urge to bite intensifies as she grabs her lover's nipples
Nine Entire Body Energized Woman collapses in "mini death", surrenders to her lover and is completely open

There’s More After Four
Many mistake the level four vaginal orgasm as the complete orgasm, but you’re only half way there to a complete orgasm (which is all nine levels). Before tantra, it was believed women had the same type of single peak orgasm as men; peak then drop. How little we knew. Until now. Keep going.


Once the Goddess reaches the forth level, her devotee can easily bring her to higher levels with just a little movement.

     Stay focused, ride the Shakti wave with her. Keep loving her as you assist her to higher and higher levels until she reaches the ninth level, that level of total orgasmic bliss where the two of you become one. Learn the secrets of other levels as you carefully watch your Goddess. Her joy is your joy. You feel every pulse, nuance, breath, vibration and together you reach the heavens. At that point, it doesn’t even matter who’s body does what. You are one. And even here, what seems like the highest of highs, the journey to heaven has just begun.  But before we reach level four, we must understand the difference between regular bodily secretions and amrita.


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