The Multi-Orgasmic Woman - erotic book by Holtzbrink - review by Polyserena

A unique book designed for all women

This is not a conventional orgasm book. Its Taoist sexual practices are based upon similar premises as yogic and Tantric sexual practices, in their shared focus on creating and directing the flow of energy. It is also co-authored by a medical doctor. Interestingly it proposes energetic techniques to regulate menstrual flow and menopausal symptoms. Its consideration of all life stages makes it a book for life.
Designed with every woman in mind, can't find ancient practices ‘just anywhere’.
Some exercises bring out the impatience in me.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The Multi-Orgasmic Woman is more than a book on how to get multiple orgasms, although it does suggest a technique for obtaining them. This is not a ‘saucy’ book and that may be seen as an advantage or disadvantage. I like to think of the practices as something more long term to increase general vitality and long term sexual pleasure. I would recommend it to those who are even a bit interested in Taoism and also need reliable non-specialty information on female pleasure and sexual health.

I will list what I see as significant content of this book:

Helps reader to examine roadblocks to orgasm, mental conditioning around sex and pleasure

The possibility of pleasure from the breasts, clitoris, G-spot and anterior fornix erotic zone (AFE zone) are discussed with diagrams.
Sex positions are discussed briefly with regard to G-spot and AFE zone, but are not a major focus and the positions in diagrams are those used to stimulate the AFE zone.
This is the first place I read of the female ability to ejaculate, which is discussed in relation to the taoist ‘three waters’ ( describes clitoral, G-spot and cervix stimulation as traditional precursors of ejaculation).
Body loving and exploration massage is covered significantly.
Taoist sexual practices also recognize the use of the PC muscle in improving the sex experience.
Medical information including topics of contraception, genital infection, allergies to sexual products, and sex during pregnancy and menopause.

Taoist sexual practices including (but not restricted to...)
Belly Breathing
Healing sounds
Microcosmic Orbit
The Orgasmic Upward Draw (energetic means of creating multiple orgasms)
Ovarian breathing
Soul Mating
The Jade Egg Practice (using an egg of this kind : crystal egg )

Suffice it to say that the aim of these exercises as a whole is to balance body energies and to cultivate and direct the flow of female sexual energy.
Although the Taoist exercises in this book may seem overwhelming to begin with, I feel they are actually an appropriate beginning to Taoist sexuality for westerners. Mantak Chia’s earlier books (such as ‘cultivating female sexual energy’)go into much detail on the Taoist side of things, but use language that from a western perspective is misleading. The book is written in the perspective of co-author Dr Rachel Carlton Abrams who does a wonderful job of relating Taoist practices to what we know and are familiar with in the West. She uses testimonials of others experiences, (which was especially helpful for me regarding female ejaculation, one suggested it is easier sitting up). It is nice that language and examples are inclusive of same sex couples.
Although I am by no means an expert on Taoist energy exercises, I have found some success in the techniques described to move energy through my ‘microcosmic orbit’ and when used correctly I have felt that this has helped to build arousal. I frequently also feel refreshed by the exercises in this book.

I feel a strong affinity with the concept of Taoist energetic sexual practices and energetic practices in general. I associate feelings in my body -anxiety in tight throat, worry in the stomach- with what Taoists may describe as energy ‘blocks’ or maybe ‘imbalance’. I can remember discovering in primary school that breathing in a particular way would create a ‘light’ feeling in my throat and heart region. I became very excited about this revelation, and assumed that others would know more than I about such things, but they did not. When I found this book i discovered a significant section of this book is devoted to the use of breathing techniques to affect the emotional states related to the energy of different parts of the body. Since this is very much in line with my own experience, I naturally see potential in practicing the exercises. However I also found it to be a very well medically informed western model of sexuality which has been useful for me since I became sexually active.
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