Voluntary Ejaculation and Male Multiple Orgasms
Learn the secrets of Taoist sexual masters
Orgasm and ejaculation are not the same thing. Using simple techniques that we explain here, any ordinary man can experience orgasms without ejaculating. Any male who learns how to do this will achieve alpha male status, radiating a masculine charisma that is irresistible to women. You do not already have to be a super-stud to learn how.
Most ordinary men believe that ejaculation is the best part of sex. But there is something better—orgasms without any ejaculation at all. It is possible to have many orgasms in a single session of lovemaking, none of which includes an ejaculation. Furthermore, if you end lovemaking while you still have desire, in other words without ejaculating, you will super-boost your immune system and increase your physical energy, mental creativity, emotional resilience and spiritual quickening.
Comments from Readers
“I was grateful for the book’s explicit description of the four stages of erection and the ten levels of orgasm.”
“I enjoyed the book at first read, and I will certainly be using it as a reference and guide.”
“I appreciate the chapters on natural pharmacology and prostate health…I am one of many who has been alarmed by prostate problems as he moves into his fifties. You have supplied advice and information on this subject which I believe is immensely important to me: for example, the notion that hot energy can get blocked at the prostate but that it can be moved out, higher, and that an ejaculation may be the best solution at times.”
“I was happy to have the material on acupressure points. Any way to help the energy move around is very welcome indeed!”
“And this sentence is the one which warmed me most to your message: ‘Possibly the single most important thing a man can do to delay ejaculation is to open his heart.’ We have seen a lot of sex manuals which made various suggestions on how to delay ejaculation in the last fifty years. The vast majority of them made it a question of control and domination, a suppression of the urge and a chance to do violence to oneself. To take this approach is to push sexual urges into the realm of the shadow. Copeland and Link don’t do this, and I applaud them. It tells me that they understand the heart to be the key to Tantra.”
“I was happy to find they gave attention to conditioned cultural responses in men as they contribute to their view of sexuality and sexual relations.”
“I was immensely grateful for and touched by Dr. Harold Harrod’s piece on his ordeal with prostate cancer. His sharing of his understanding of a man’s relationship to life without desire was precious to me, as it addressed my fears of prostate problems.”
“I loved the list of oxymorons and the description of a ‘quickie’, complete with timing–I bet someone takes it seriously!”
“I was intrigued by the ‘dial technique’ from NLP and mean to try it.”