TEDx talk on the importance of orgasmic meditation (video)

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TEDx talk on the importance of orgasmic meditation (video)
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An orgasm a day keeps the mental health doctors away, or so it would seem from Nicole Daedone's theory on Orgasmic Meditation. In the below TEDx talk, Daedone discusses how she discovered Orgasmic Meditation and why she thinks the practice is as beneficial to a person's wellbeing as any other form of meditation or exercise. In its most basic form, Orgasmic Meditation involves a partner stroking the upper left quadrant of the woman's clitoris lightly for around fifteen minutes. In essence, the practice focuses on the importance of connecting through orgasm.

Nicole Daedone is the founder of the OneTaste Movement and the author of Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm. Discover more about Daedone at NicoleDaedone.com.

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