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Cerebral Orgasm Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar


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Cerebral Orgasm Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar

  2. 2. The Greek word orgao means excitement or swelling with moisture. The Sanskrit word urja means nourishment sap or vigor. Even as the cerebral cortical, autonomic nervous, visceral, endocrine and whole body involvement in ORGASM is known, the focus seems to be on genital and pelvic sensations and the means of orgasm also seem to revolve around these. This has fixed us into ephemeral superficial and mean “pleasures” which start sinking later.
  3. 3. There are some traditions which have focused on the cerebral stimulation involved in orgasm; as well as in pleasure emerging from other sensual pleasures. Attention to cerebral involvement which gives the lasting fulfillment or contentment indicates that all experiences including that of sexual intercourse are not merely non-neural, non- psychological and non-spiritual and ephemeral experiences.
  4. 4. All the relationships including sexual would evolve and become sublime and eternal if CEREBRAL ORGASM is attended to with greater emphasis. One has to find out if NAMASMARAN can be useful in this. DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR