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and Yoga - What Do The Two Have in Common and Can They Cultivate Sexual
is a book on Autofellatio and how to Autofellate
some idea about what Yoga is. While there are many different types and
methods of Yoga, the main definition that most people embrace, is that
it is a system of health and relaxation that is nurtured through
physical postural methods.
This is in its most basic form. Other methodologies of Yoga embrace
spirituality, connectivity with the "Life Force," creativity,
self-acceptance, balance (mentally, physically, emotionally, and
spiritually), and even focus on increasing strength and energy in many
ways. One aspect of this strengthening is through developing more
It's interesting that autofellatio can be cultured and obtained, by
most people, through learning and practising Yogic maneuvers and
stretches. In fact, ancient artifacts reveal that the Tantrists, from
India, developed their own specialized form of Yoga with deep ties to
sexuality. They have left us with evidence that self-sexual acts (of
the oral variety) were not only an important and dynamic part of their
culture, but that they even took the time to solidify these concepts in
stone, through their architecture and art. This would reveal that such
sexual-based acts were important to them and well-worth preserving for
people to see, even centuries after they were created.
Of course, some experts on Yoga will state that such acts as
autofellatio or autocunnilingus (through Yogic practise) go against the
grain and true meaning of Yogi Philosophy. This is merely a
self-appointed opinion and has no basis in reality. Again, there are
many aspects of Yogi art and Hindu religion that have sexuality at the
very core of their teachings. Many of which focus on developing sexual
energy to its highest possible state.
Within the physical aspect of this method of mysticism, we also realize
that with practise and time, that many of the positions and stretches
lend themselves entirely to increasing flexibility and mobility in the
body. This is hardly a surprise to anyone who has studied body
mechanics, as keeping the joints, fascia, ligaments, and muscles in the
body strong and flexible, is one of the cornerstones of living a
healthy existence. Even as simple as that seems, it is an extremely
important part of a person's overall health.
With the increase in flexibility and healthiness of the joints (and
associated tissues), through Yogic practise, we then have what? We have
a body that is flexible enough that it can perform such acts as
autofellatio and autocunnilingus.
To Summarize: This leaves us with certain forms of Yoga that are
clearly based on sexuality, increasing and harnessing our sexual
energy, and which have prescribed postures that allow one to
autofellate, if one chooses to do so. Cultivation of sexual
power/energy can be had by utilizing Yogic postures and philosophy; and
from my own experiences, take this energy to incredible phases through
re-circulating this energy during the autofellatory process.
Not only do autofellatio and certain types of Yoga share commonalities,
but it would seem that, in some ways, they are inseparable.