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W H A T A R E T H E "L O V E M U S C L E S" ?
If you were ever so curious as to look at your perineal area in a mirror, you most certainly noticed that there is a net of muscles in this area. These muscles are terribly important in the good functioning of the genital apparatus.
In the West, the issue of training these muscles was raised only in the 50ís, once the studies of dr. Arnold Kegel began. On the other hand, in the Orient, the techniques for strengthening the sexual muscles were known and, more importantly, practiced for thousands of years.
Thus, in the ancient China, the women would use an egg or sometimes two eggs of jade to train their vaginal muscles.
These women would insert the jade egg or eggs (according to the case) into their vagina and would move it through the contraction or relaxation of the vaginal muscles.
THE LOST SECRET
Although the idea of making oneís sexual activity better through the simple training and strengthening of the sexual muscles might seem somehow revolutionary, things are not quite as they might appear.
The secret is ancient and it appears to be lost only in the Occident. The practice is centuries old. The text that bring us back to the year 800 B.C. in the ancient China and then in the old Arabia and India, discuss this method as being part of the methods that prolong the erotic ecstasy.
Indeed, those who can see in the sexual act a spiritual union, not only the physical copulation, certainly noticed that if they contracted their sexual muscles during lovemaking, generated a flux of vital energy.
The Taoists say that stronger pelvic muscles are more effective in preventing the vital energy from "leaking" outside the body.
The various cultures and civilizations described a multitude of techniques of training the pelvic mulscles in order to enhance the intensity of oneís erotic sensations.
In the Hindu Kama Sutra, the world-wide famous and classic on the art of love and lovemaking, the author describes an essential position, named the "Clenches", in which the woman grasps and squeezes the manís lingam (penis) in her yoni (vulva).
With her muscles, she massages, presses and squeezes his lingam, bringing his to unexpected and wonderful states of pleasure.
Another hindu erotic manuscript is Ananga Ranga, which was translated also in Arabic. Thet author describes a form of sexual act in which the woman "holds" the manís penis inside of her and then she "milks" him with her vaginal muscles.
Another important work in the field, which also describes this mastery of the woman, is the "Perfumed Garden", written in the XVI-th century Arabia.
This is declared the best of all movements, and is the womenís favorite. The man penetrates the woman deeply, while the woman keeps him prisoner with her strong muscles. It is said that these actions cause intense orgasms to both men and women.
Even today, the art of vaginal training is still practiced in Japan, Thailand, and other countries from the Far East, as well as in some tribes from Africa and in India.
These capacities can be seen in all sex-shows all over Asia, where the women have developed amazing vaginal muscles.
Using their vaginal muscles, they are able to smoke, launch arrows or various balls into the other corner of the room.
Also, inserting a small object into their vaginas and tying a string to it, these women are able to do amazing things, such as opening a bottle, or peeling an apple.
In the following series of articles, we will present in detail the Kegel exercises.