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About MeMahasatvaa Sarita is a Tantra Master and author of two books on Tantra. She teaches Tantra for both couples and individuals in 12 countries around the world, working with a Team of highly skilled co-teachers. She offers Tantra Teachers Training, a 7 level couples training, a Tantra Meditation Retreat and Mystic Tantra Massage Training among many other courses. Sarita is in the Osho Lineage, having lived in his community in India for 26 years. She received much personal guidance from Osho in the powerful alchemy of Tantra as a spiritual path. She has been teaching Tantra in India and Europe since 1990.
The Yoni of the Woman Is A Portal Into Ecstasy & Beyond
The meaning of “Yoni” in Sanskrit is “Sacred Place” (= female genitals). This word is fast coming into vogue as women learn to reclaim pride in being a woman. Many women are now aware that it is not enough to achieve the same status as men in the marketplace.
A new dawn is coming where women are discovering that it is our birthright to be Goddesses, ‘she who knows the secrets of discovering heaven on earth’.
An important part of the revolution from woman to Goddess is the Yoni.
By understanding the attributes of the Yoni, we simultaneously discover true empowerment.
Female Sexual Anatomy Is A Miracle
It is unfortunate that even now, many women still believe the erroneous statement made by Freud that infantile women need clitoral stimulation during sex, while a mature woman orgasms from penetration alone. He made this statement without any scientific study to back his claim.
Later during the 50’s and 60’s Masters and Johnson proved him wrong through their lab studies of women’s sexual response.
And recently, groundbreaking work in the lab has been and continues to be done on many aspects of female arousal and sexual activation, in the genitals, and the body as a whole, including the brain.
Woman’s sexuality is holistic, and includes an entire network of responsive tissue, nerves, glands and hormonally based emotional states.
There are 3 main erogenous zones for female sexual arousal:
- The clitoris and the clitoral network
- The G Spot
- The cervix (mouth of the womb)
In addition to this, there is a nerve in the sacrum which functions as the ‘trigger’ for genital orgasm.
This delicate network of nerves and erectile tissue is linked directly with the glandular system of the brain and is also connected to nerves and other communication systems all over the body.
The Clitoris Is Just The Tip Of A Giant Iceberg
The clitoris we see or touch on the outside of the body is just the tip of a large network of pleasure oriented erectile tissue.
In the clitoris are 3-5000 nerve endings devoted only to the arousal of ecstasy states.
The clitoral network has bulbs inside the body, arms that hug the vagina from inside the body, as well as the vulva (outer lips and inner lips) and a hood, which sits on top of the clitoris, linked to the vulva. All of this goes into erection when the woman becomes aroused, making her hypersensitive and lubricated, ready for potential penetration.
As erection happens, her vagina lengthens and balloons, adapting itself to receive the Lingam of her lover (In Sanskrit, the word Lingam means Pillar of Light, symbolizing the male genitals).
The G-Spot Holds Memories Of Either Pleasure Or Pain
The G-spot that is located just inside the entrance of the Yoni is the end of a bundle of nerves linked to the clitoral network.
When the woman is aroused, the G-spot becomes slightly swollen and more sensitive than it is in its passive state.
Energetically, it is connected to the Womb, being an acupressure area, which holds memories of either pleasure or pain in regards to the woman’s sexual and birth experiences.
When energy is liberated in this zone, a woman can discover the blessing of Amrita (also known as female ejaculation).
The Taoist Tantra masters have named this area, ‘the Palace of Yin.’
It was thought most auspicious for a man to be able to drink the fountain of Amrita (meaning nectar in Sanskrit and in Chinese, translated as Moon Flower medicine).
There are wonderful erotic paintings from ancient China and Japan, showing a male lover holding a goblet under his beloved’s yoni to catch this precious fluid, which was thought to grant him a longer life.
The Cervix, The Portal of the Goddess
The cervix is a highly sensitive erogenous zone, which offers women the possibility to open to multi-orgasmic states and to a deep experience of her Goddess nature.
The Yoni has its own masterful intelligence and the portal of the cervix will not reveal its full potential unless the sexual arousal between the male and female is of a high enough calibre.
When the conditions are right for a deep sexual union, the woman will be catapulted into ecstasy states which cause her brain to shut down its rational aspects. In these moments of deepest surrender, she experiences divinity. She knows herself to be the Goddess.