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Timea Krauszová
July 16, 2022, 8:30pm
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Orgasm Can Be Achieved Without Touch, Just By Meditating, Scientists Have Confirmed. They Examined The Brain Of An Estonian Yogi

Her orgasm is a deep experience that lasts up to ten minutes.

Timea Krauszová
July 16, 2022, 8:30pm
Reading time: 1:41
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With the help of tantra and yoga, the Estonian Karolin Tsarski learned to reach orgasm only through meditation, without stimulating the intimate parts of the body, in about ten years. Today, she is completely in control of her orgasm, she can achieve it immediately with just the power of her thoughts, and she experiences it for many minutes, reports the Czech daily iDnes.cz.

 

Her orgasm is a profound experience, and this has been documented by scientists. It's not just esoteric talk, Dr. James G. Pfaus from Charles University in Prague actually subjected her orgasm to research and published the results in Sexual Medicine magazine.

Orgasm proven by apparatus measurement

Tsarski initially began exploring her sexuality because she was dissatisfied with her sex life. She practiced yoga, meditation, and also tried holistic massages and various courses. Today, the 33-year-old woman has the ability to summon an orgasm at any time, and science proves it.

 

Although science has studied the female orgasm for only a short time, it already has a certain definition. From a physiological point of view, an orgasm is 8 to 12 contractions that take place in the pelvis with progressively larger time intervals. In his work, Pfaus explains that it is a "complex, multimodal reflex usually elicited by genital stimulation." It is also manifested by specific changes in the level of hormones.

 

 

In a young yogi, they found that after a 5- to 10-minute orgasm, her levels of the hormone prolactin, which is the result of the post-orgasmic state, increased by 25 to 48 percent. These values correspond to the results of measurements after clitoral or anal stimulation.

They compared the yogi's results with the values they measured while reading the book, and the changes were far from the same. According to Pfaus, the prolactin wave after orgasm is an objective measure of orgasm quality, he told iDnes.cz.

 

“The increase in prolactin after her non-genital-stimulated orgasms shows that climax produces the same physiological changes as a genitally-stimulated orgasm.” This means that she achieved it in a top-down process, starting with the brain. This study thus more closely connects the brain with orgasm, the connection of which has been talked about for a long time, especially in connection with women.

 

Experiencing an orgasm without genital stimulation was also captured in the short documentary series Sex, Love & Goop on Netflix. It's one of the strongest moments in the series, a very sensitive moment where an otherwise stereotypically strong and courageous man experiences such vulnerability and pleasure that it brings him to tears. 

 

 

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