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Cory Stieg Photographed by Lula Hyers. This time of year is all about slowing down, making hearty stews that take hours, finally getting around to binge-watching all those shows, and having lazy sex with your socks on. In fact, during karezza, partners may intentionally delay orgasm to preserve their energy and focus on their emotional bond. According to experts, this method could be particularly useful for people in long-term relationships who may have grown accustomed to having a certain type of sex. Advertisement Karezza is the opposite of "friction sex," says Irene Fehr , a sex and intimacy coach in Denver. Karezza — or "connection sex," as Fehr calls it — gives you time and permission to savor connection and touch during sex.

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The physical techniques of karezza, as propounded by Alice Bunker Stockham and others in her circle, are designed to teach control of the orgasm response in both men and women, for the purposes of physical pleasure, partnership bonding, better health, and spiritual benefit.

What sets karezza apart from traditional religious teachings such of tantra yoga is that karezza method applies equally to both partners in the relationship, whether they are a man and a woman, two men, or two women. Under these paradigms, women were thought to be "shaktis," that is, empowering incarnations of goddesshood who endorsed or validated the male spiritual experience. Considering the low value placed on women in India at the time, none of this is surprising.

In describing her methods, one metaphor Stockham used was that of a fountain that fills a basin slowly, drop by drop. The build-up of sexual desire, she believed, continued day by day, filling the basin until it overflowed naturally. The result of the basin overflowing gently is orgasm, but see below for more on this.

If the basin was drained dry through continual orgasmic sex acts before it filled naturally which she estimated took two weeks to a month , she believed that the drained person would be in a state of "magnetic depletion" during that time.

The man would become a sort of psychic leech she used less derogatory language who continually kept the woman drained off while basking in the spiritual luxury of his own overflowing basin of sexual magnetism.

Because he would come to see the woman as a drained being or empty vessel, in time he would no longer respect her or desire her. Meanwhile, the amative woman would come to see the man as a provider of pleasure who coldly withheld his own pleasure and in time she would feel powerless and resentful of his cold-blooded domination of the reltionship.

She recommended writing love letters and making "dates," spending at least an hour before making love away from the children, lighting candles, sharing a glass of wine, reading poetry, and other common adjuncts of romance -- up to and including maintaining separate bedrooms so that each sex act would be obviously intentional and not merely a prelude to going to sleep.

Remember, there were no birth control pills or diaphragms when she first wrote -- and condoms were illegal. The accomplishment of orgasm should only occur when it resulted from "overflow" of the basin of desire. How often this happened was left to the discretion of the individuals. I think everyone who has practiced tantric sex knows what Stockham was describing as the overflow type of orgasm. No specific techniques exist to bring this condition on, as far as i know; it is simply a byproduct of regular Karezza practices -- when both partners learn to control their orgasm responses.

So what are "regular karezza practices"? In karezza, the relative roles of men and women are not fixed. Each author has his or her own opinion, since the entire field is experiential and not based on religious or social dogma. Here is what ONE karezza author, John William Lloyd, had to say about the subject of "who is in control" -- and notice how he contradicted himself within the same chapter!

This error may have arisen in part from the old name, "Male Continence," for the method. He must feel himself the stronger and more positive of the two and as controlling the situation. There should be often, long, tender, restful pauses -- alternations of "storm and peace," as one woman happily phrased it -- and in many cases the whole embrace may most helpfully be very quiet.

This part should be decided by the woman and as she wishes it. Instead, he emphasized the ultimate goal of spiritual sexuality If you do not come nearer heaven in this act and relation, than in anything else you do or ever will do, you fail of perfect Karezza. I know of no teachers who give workshops in karezza, but contenporary Western teachers of tantra yoga have borrowed a lot from karezza in the matter of personal improvisation even though some still discount the value of female orgasm control.

Likewise, many modern books on tantra yoga now recommend that students develop their own style of love-making rather than slavishly mimic postures and movements developed in Hindu or Buddhist cultures.

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Updated: May 8, Are you looking to spice up your sex life or try something new with your partner? If so, this is the page for you! There are several different ways people can make sex more exciting, sex toys and role playing are just two of them. But, have you ever considered trying Tantric sex or, better yet, the Karezza method? If you are looking to explore the world of spiritual sex while creating a deeper bond with your partner and controlling your orgasms, keep reading here! Steps to follow: 1 Inspired by the tantric philosophy, the Karezza technique consists of controlling ejaculation. Karezza directly translates to "caress" from Italian.

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In Lloyds book the description of the practice is quite vague. Karezza in its perfect, form is natural marriage — that clinging, satisfied union of body and soul which true love ever craves and in which ideal marriage consists — and with every repetition of the act the lovers are remarried, their unity renewed, deepened, intensified. Mindset To be able to fully understand the Karezza method the couple must first start with mental and spiritual values. They must agree that they do not wish to have an orgasm and that there is a greater spiritual and physical unity of emotional bliss to be obtained without it. Thoughts Think more about your love than your passion.

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The physical techniques of karezza, as propounded by Alice Bunker Stockham and others in her circle, are designed to teach control of the orgasm response in both men and women, for the purposes of physical pleasure, partnership bonding, better health, and spiritual benefit. What sets karezza apart from traditional religious teachings such of tantra yoga is that karezza method applies equally to both partners in the relationship, whether they are a man and a woman, two men, or two women. Under these paradigms, women were thought to be "shaktis," that is, empowering incarnations of goddesshood who endorsed or validated the male spiritual experience. Considering the low value placed on women in India at the time, none of this is surprising. In describing her methods, one metaphor Stockham used was that of a fountain that fills a basin slowly, drop by drop. The build-up of sexual desire, she believed, continued day by day, filling the basin until it overflowed naturally. The result of the basin overflowing gently is orgasm, but see below for more on this.

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