Monday, October 1, 2007

Healing Your Man with Tantric Male G-Spot Massage

The male G-spot (prostate gland) is the emotional nerve center of a man's sex life and sexuality. It is his feeling center for not only his sexual desires, but also his disappointments, hates, hostilities, stresses, and feelings of inadequacy. Unreleased negative emotions, stored in the male G-spot, are an important source of prostate gland problems.

The flexibility and normal pulsation that a healthy prostate gland needs also can be restricted by the tightness of the surrounding muscles and tissues. When these muscles and tissues are tight, the prostate doesn't expand and contract with each breath and doesn't get the blood and oxygen it needs to remain healthy. This causes the prostate to become a target for infection, enlargement, or cancer.

Male G-spot massage, which can increase blood flow, soften and shrink the prostate gland, and relax the surrounding muscles, has been a Tantric practice for thousands of years. A loving partner can easily learn to perform a male G-spot massage. To prepare, your man should urinate or have a bowel movement if necessary. Wash your own hands and make sure that your fingernails are neatly and closely trimmed. (If you wish, you may use a sterile latex glove.)

When your partner is ready, insert a lubricated index finger into his anus until you reach the prostate gland, which feels like a small, round bulb of tissue roughly the size of a walnut. Gently massage the male G-spot (prostate gland) along its sides. Do not massage the central (top) area because it contains several sensitive nerves. Gradually increase the finger pressure. Then expand the massage to the surrounding muscles on both sides. You may need to change hands or adjust your position. These muscles, which may be sore and hard at first, will release their tension and soften dramatically with continued massage.

Massage of the male G-spot and the surrounding muscles may be uncomfortable or even painful for your man at first. He may yell and scream. That's fine, for it helps to release stuck emotions. Even a single massage can produce noticeable improvement, freeing the male G-spot and the surrounding tissues, increasing the flow of blood and energy to the prostate gland, and releasing the energy that has been trapped in this sensitive area. This newfound physical openness allows more blood and oxygen to the area, creating healing and softening of the prostate.

Male G-spot massage can also be used to enhance your lovemaking. The massage is more pleasurable for your man when he is sexually excited, and it will produce a mind-blowing ejaculation if it's done during lovemaking. Regular sexual activity is good for the male G-spot because the rush of blood and energy, as well as the prostate's pulsations during ejaculation, help the gland to maintain its muscular strength and flexibility and also act to cleanse the organ. Regular ejaculation also helps to release the emotional blockages that cause hardening of the prostate gland and tightening of the surrounding tissues.

For most men, massage will increase the circulation of blood and energy to the male G-spot (prostate gland), thereby preventing or healing infection, enlargement, or cancer. It also releases stuck emotions, which are an important source of prostate gland problems. Because of its many benefits, this ancient Tantric practice can be one of a woman's greatest gifts to her man's health and well-being.

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19 comments:

how to find the g-spot said...

What you say about the male g-spot is very true, and it's a fascinating recent development, but I suspect men are going to be much more reticent to having someone fishing around for *this* g-spot than a woman would be :)

Anonymous said...

I wonder why it evolved to function as a g-spot when it is located through the back door. Maybe it was a way to enhance male bonding. I wonder what it will do to the fashion for long finger nails for women in the future. Maybe that was why women began growing there nails, as a way of saying she wants to keep her hands out the sh*t. Streight women may soon have shorter finger nails then lesbians!

Anonymous said...

I think it's a little irresponsible to encourage untrained women to stimulate a man's prostate "even if he yells and screams" in pain. This can cause injury.

Jennifer Lawless said...

The work of Wilhelm Reich and Osho underlies this recommendation. Use your common sense: is a lubricated finger with trimmed nails likely to cause enough physical pain to cause screaming and crying? Of course not.

The screaming and crying (if it occurs) is not from physical pain, but from emotional release, which often happens during anal massage in both men and women. We often store negative emotions in the anal area. The term "tight ass" refers to that.

Tyciol said...

Interesting approach and theories.

Anonymous said...

This is a good way of pleasure and healing, but suggesting regular ejaculation as a way to help? I as a tantrist strongly doubt on that. If regular ejaculation helps you with anything else than losing energy and getting older faster, then most of ancient sexual teachings of any culture must be wrong.

Jennifer Lawless said...

The ancient sexual teachings must be wrong when they say semen retention prevents or even slows the aging process. Mantak Chia is probably the most famous non-ejaculator in the world, but if you compare his photos from the 1980s when he first began publishing his books to now, he has visibly aged. He doesn't look bad for his age, but I know men his age who look just as good if not better even though they never practiced semen retention. Just because a teaching is ancient doesn't make it right.

Anonymous said...

As the saying goes, don't knock it until you try it.

Kavi said...

Interesting, I practiced seminal retention amateurly for many years in my 20's through 40's as a sannyasin of Osho, experienced a lot of pent up aggression from holding back all that testosterone and even prostate infections..Only recently, in my early 50's. through perenial and testicular massage have I been able go periods of months without seminal ejaculation...and with the feeling that in accompaniment with meditation I am truly recirculating and drawing upwards the chi from my sex center and often experiencing bliss and enormous energy....I met Mantak Chia once years ago and found him 'wooden and lifeless'...my conclusion , its a question of both proper technique done consciously and surrendering and opening to true pleasure and the divine without fear...which Osho encouraged greatly...

Anonymous said...

I was depressed & "holding in" my emotions of some things I was going through. I had anal sex for the first time. The next day(almost immediately after) I had an Emotional Break through (Crying & talking) I let go of SO MANY Negative Emotions I felt So Refreshed!!! & I know the Anal Sex is what triggered my breakthrough. I've been trying to research this ever since. This article is the closet I've found relating to this Taboo subject so far. People really need to be more educated about how the body physically stores emotions & not be embarrassed to release them. =D

Jennifer Lawless said...

We store negative emotion in our anal area, so anal massage and anal sex often relaxes those muscles, which then releases the emotions.

Anonymous said...

I still cant find my g spot any suggestions please??

Anonymous said...

Jennifer. Do you enjoy yourself more after anal?

Jennifer Lawless said...

I'm not sure what you mean by that.

Anonymous said...

I'll explain. After your lover has stimulated your anus and you two are satisfied. Have you noticed you enjoy your everyday life more easily?

Jennifer Lawless said...

Sexual satisfaction almost always makes everyday life more enjoyable. I don't how you achieved makes too much difference, although female orgasm during sexual intercourse probably creates more of an emotional bond.

Anonymous said...

What a wonderfully enlightened approach you have towards sex and sexuality, sense and sensuality.

Bless the ground you walk on.

Jennifer Lawless said...

Thanks for the kind words.

Anonymous said...

I've known about the male G-spot, but I didn't know about stored emotions in the anal area. Gives new meaning to the term "tight ass" as you mentioned. I have short fingers and small hands, but would prefer to use my hand. I haven't tried this yet with my man, but worry I won't be able to reach the g-spot. Is there a finger extender device I could use? Perhaps slightly inserting a vibrator would pulsate to the area? Tips/suggestions most welcomed.