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Acupressure is a 2,000 years old technique from traditional Chinese medicine. You’ve probably heard of acupuncture, which is performed with needles. Acupressure is similar to that, with the upside that it requires no needles and virtually anyone can do it. The technique targets specific points on the body which allow the release of the energy flow and thus help to heal.
Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine believed that muscular tension focuses on specific areas of the body, and pressing them is like a concentrated massage. The applied pressured allows build up toxins to be released from the muscle. Relieving tension from the targetted area allows free blood flow and sensitizes the area for sensation.
The energy blocks that acupressure helps release flow freely through the pathways of meridians. When the energy flow is stagnant, it can lead to pain and illness. It happens because all our organs have reflex points that are situated in other parts of the body. It means that by stimulating one part of the body, you can relieve the pain in a completely different area of the body. Every body part has its corresponding reflex-point zone. If you learn these points, you can easily apply the technique by firm pressure to specific body points.
The genital organs are filled with acupressure points. According to this article, many sexological problems can be dealt with through vaginal acupressure. Applying pressure to specific points in the vagina car triggers emotional release and regression to prior traumas, such as any form of childhood sexual abuse.
Even if there has never been a physical trauma, several negative emotions can be stored in this area, blocking growth and feelings of joy and abundance. Shame, guilt, fear, anxiety, disgust, anger and other suppressed feelings play an essential role in a person’s sexuality. All these feelings are stored in the pelvis and sexual organs.
Acupressure helps a person identify these feelings and let go of them. Because this technique is delicate, it requires special care and attention, and an experienced practitioner should do it.
Touch is the first sensation that we experience. It comes before words and is the very first way we exchange emotions and information. As we grow, our bodies become desensitized and rough, but still so fragile.
We endure many unwanted forms of touch but it all becomes stored deep in our tissues and subconscious. Especially when it comes to our intimate area. Touch can make or break intimacy and mental and emotional blockages.
It is imperative that whenever there is an exchange of touch, we create a safe and trusting environment. Acupressure helps soothe the body and promote trust, which eventually builds up pleasure and excitement. If you are for sexual arousal, you want to approach the body holistically, rather than locally. Following this approach, you can help the person heal sexually and existentially, even if this person is you.
Sexual healing doesn’t necessarily include any trauma. However, when dealing with sexual dysfunction, there are a few common causes you need to be aware of. Malfunctions can often be caused by sexual trauma, psychological issues, drug or alcohol use, diabetes, medications or some medical conditions when you are working on the problem with a holistic approach; you prime the body for healing.
Sexual intercourse in itself is a form of forceful acupressure and reflexology. The sexual organs are our most potent reflex points that trigger the entire body to stimulation. In Taoism, sex is referred to as „healing love“, because of its many healing benefits.
If you are someone who needs sexual healing, you can turn to a professional for a genital massage that will inevitably help release many tensions from deep within the tissue. However, you can do many things with your partner to help alleviate any suffering or discomfort you may be feeling. If you are single, don’t despair – you can apply acupressure by yourself and witness the release and progress.
Whether you are alone or with a partner, you always want to apply firm pressure with your thumb, guided by correct breathing. When you apply the pressure, make sure you do it slowly but surely and hold it for at least thirty seconds to a minute. When you are ready, let go of the pressure, as slowly as you applied it.
Both male and female sacrum is the large triangular bone at the base of the spine. It stimulates the genital region and activates the flow of energy. As blood circulation increases, it allows more oxygen and nutrients to other areas of the body, your genitals being the closest. When energy is released, its healing powers begin to work and enable more sexual exuberance.
Prolonged pressure to the sacrum relieves menstrual cramps, sciatica and lower back pain. It also stimulates the genital region and leads to sexual arousal. If you opt for this technique, you want to apply it with the heels of your hands, gradually, to the base of your partner’s spine as he or she lays on their stomach. Make sure your touch is firm and stable. Once you go deep, stay there and guide your partner to take deep breaths to allow the sexual energy to expand.
„Sea of energy“ is one of the most empowering acupressure points on the body. The point is also called CV6, and it strengthens the colon, immune system, and sexual reproductive system. The heightened energy in these systems means higher power of the body to heal itself.
You can find the spot by positioning two fingers width under your belly button. When working on the abdomen, it’s essential that you make it smooth and slow, and apply the pressure gradually. Working on this point develops emotional stability and deepens spiritual awareness, all of which lead to healthier self-esteem.
We are often used to tightening the muscles of the body during lovemaking, especially the muscles of the abdomen. This action may stem from our sincere belief that we always need to be doing something to achieve something, rather than simply relaxing and letting go. Whatever the reason is, this tightness blocks the sexual energy flow, and pressing on CV 6 and points around it, relieves this built up abdominal tension and strengthens the whole reproductive system. In return, increased sexual intimacy and pleasure are achieved.
Acupressure points aren’t limited to pressure. If you’re looking to deepen your erotic pleasure, you can get creative. When you know the right spots, you can press them, kiss them or suck them. All of this will awaken sexual energy and cultivate sexual intimacy. Everybody wants to have radiant health and be sexually potent and these traditional Chinese techniques are here to help you achieve precisely that.
If you still don’t know where to start, look down. No, even lower – look at the feet. Point K 1 is located on the center of the sole, at the base of the ball of the foot, between the pads. The point is also called „Bubbling Spring“ and is a significant point to hold. Guide your partner to lie on the back with his or her legs spread apart. As you kneel between their legs, gently apply pressure to this spot and begin offering them pleasure. Using gentle force to this point will awaken sexual energy and provide a full-body connection.
Sexual healing doesn’t refer to having better sex; it is so much more than that. Allowing your body to heal from any wrong that it may have suffered, or any negative emotions it is holding on to, will lead you to a better life. Abundance isn’t something you achieve in the outer world; it is something you generate from within, and sexuality is a vital point to this.
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