I actually learnt much from his books. Finally, I tried some of his workshops in Thailand. Very, very informative. Much is classic Taoist philosophy, but additional information regarding circulating pleasures and energies, was helpful. Jim
Hi Mr Cox, Regarding multiple orgasms, I haven’t yet experienced them but I’d like to think that this is going to change very soon. As you may remember, I’m interested in this subject and I am doing the exercise you recommended. And it’s working. A lot. My orgasms are much deeper and stronger now. And the more I practice, the stronger they become. I read Mantak Chia’s book, and I bought his dvds. The exercises there are difficult to understand and to practice. Having read the book many times, and seen the dvds many times, I still don’t know how to perform the exercises properly. Any workshop, or class, or whatever, that you give in this subject I’ll attend. At the moment, all I can say is that my orgasm is stronger, but I haven’t yet had a full body orgasm. All the best, F
Hello F, Good to hear from you and glad your making some progress. Have you tried using some sort of prostate vibrator, it might help trigger the full body orgasm. I have to be honest I’m not a big fan of Matak Chia’s Philosophies, as that’s what his writings are. There is no research, merely his ideas. I MUCH PREFER AN EARLIER BOOK Hartman & Fithian (Any Man Can; 1984), he obviusly did as well, most of his book seems to be “inspired by theirs.
“we determined that most multi-orgasmic men do not have what might be termed a ‘full ejaculation’ until they have experienced a number of sexual peaks. The multi-orgasmic men we have studied have chosen to develop that capacity (stopping ejaculation using learned techniques). The behavior itself (interrupting orgasm via such techniques) appears to be at least four thousand years old.” – Hartman & Fithian (Any Man Can; 1984)