Tuesday, April 5, 2011
In Tantra, the penis is called the lingam, which in Sanskrit can be translated as “Wand of Light.” Worship of the generative organs has been practiced throughout history. Evidence of phallic worship goes back 28,000 years – give or take a few years. One way for a woman to worship her man’s lingam is to create a lingam shrine. Another way is to perform Tantric fellatio.
The Kama Sutra refers to fellatio as auparishtaka, meaning superior coition. This sacred, erotic practice is used to nurture, soothe, and relax. Its applications extend far beyond sexual arousal and orgasm. Tantric fellatio is a deep, non-verbal communication between lovers, used to balance and harmonize the moods and energy of the couple.
The rhythm of the movement of your mouth on his lingam should be sustained and repeated for several minutes and then changed in order to prolong the act. Alternate sliding the lingam in and out of your mouth, with “holding” just the glans in your mouth while encircling it, around and around with the tongue and then flicking the tongue “with definite force” at the opening at the end of his lingam.
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Your man should devise a signal to alert you when he needs you to reduce stimulation to prevent ejaculation at a given time. When such a signal is given, slide your mouth away from the base of his lingam, keeping only the glans inside. Then your lips should be stretched tightly over the front teeth and the glans pressed tightly between the lips, to “squeeze” the glans, creating the numbing sensation that helps your man to control and prevent orgasm. Then the process of fellatio can resume. In this way, Tantric fellatio can go on indefinitely without ejaculation occurring involuntarily.
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Posted by Jennifer Lawless at 6:00 AM