Learn how Orgasmic Meditation can help with healing from trauma
More than half (62%) of OM practitioners report a mystical experience with the Johns Hopkins Mystical Experience Questionnaire MEQ test. Johns Hopkins research has shown 60% of people who have mystical experiences from a therapeutic psilocybin also improve from symptoms of depression.
Further, OM was observed in a study involving 125 pairs to increase arousal in people who have been affected by adverse childhood experiences
This finding was counter to previous research and scientist opinion, and suggests that OM may offer a potential intervention for addressing the sexual anorexia associated with trauma and help with trauma healing.
What Is Orgasmic Meditation?
Orgasmic Meditation is a partnered attention training practice done with systematic procedures in a consistent way.
In OM, one person strokes another person’s clitoris for 15 minutes with no intention other than to feel and be present.
Orgasmic Meditation Is a Fast-growing Field of Research
Orgasmic Meditation has been subject to 5 published, peer-reviewed research articles in the past 3 years, conducted by independent investigators at universities and private institutions. Findings include:
- A large reduction of negative emotions and moderately higher positive emotions (Siegle and Prause, 2021)
- Increased brain signature associated in other meditation research with compassion and social bonding (Newberg, 2021)
- Increased feelings of closeness between both partners (Siegle and Prause, 2021)
Currently Recruiting: Study Examining Impact of OM as a PTSD Treatment
New research has begun investigating the impact of Orgasmic Meditation on people with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Recruitment offer: Do you live in the state of Massachusetts and want to learn more about the opportunity to participate in this study?