Suppression

Peaking

Category: Actions

Type

Voluntary

Introduction and description

Peaking is masturbation, usually self-masturbation to the point of orgasm, but without achieving orgasm. It can be used in a non-spiritual context by the male partner in order to prolong the pleasure of the woman and gradually heighten the level of arousal of the man, but in the spiritual context, its aim is to promote spiritual experience.  It is  sometimes known colloquially as "edging" and "surfing".

It can be used as an intermediary step within the context of sexual stimulation, as the end objective within this context is complete withholding of orgasm.

In general the types of experience possible are visions and out of body experiences. But kundalini experiences have been known and they pose a real danger, as they can be uncontrollable as you have no one to help you with the energy flows or to help you in control of the experience.

What may be surprising to a number of people is that despite the photo, the stimulation does not necessarily have to involve the penis [or clitoris] for this to work.  We have two key trigger points in the perineum and the anus and those who meditate bolt upright with their heel pressed into their perineum are practising this method.

You could do it in full view of everyone on the 10.30 train from Brighton and no one would know,.... until you had your kundalini experience of course, and that might get them putting their Guardian newspapers down for a moment.

Poor Gopi Krishna had a kundalini experience combining breathing techniques with perineum pressing and anal locking, it came as a bit of a shock.

Background

Historically this activity forms a part of a number of systems including those of

Method

A list of techniques that come within this category include the following.

Pre-cursor techniques and activities

  • Being naked in the sun - which helps to calcify the pineal gland leading to higher sexual energy
  • Sexy eating - ditto
  • Exercising and keeping fit - peaking requires you to be supple and have good stamina, as such exercise helps in this respect
  • Healing yourself - it is not a good idea attempting peaking if you are unwell, as such it is worthwhile using the processes for healing yourself to get fit again
  • Qigong IEN - swallowing - this is geared towards helping you learn how to manipulate your own trigger points 

Activities required before the event 

Basic steps before you start

  • Go to toilet – Go to the toilet before you start so your bowels and bladder are empty, then although the stomach and intestines are ready for work, there will be nothing to work on.
  • NO DISTURBANCES - Absolute requisites. Ensure without question that you will not be disturbed in any way, either by direct physical intervention, a phone ringing, or other interrupting noises. All disturbances are threats.
  • No time limits - Do not set a time limit or a deadline. These become threats and prevent anything happening.  Time limits are a threat.
  • Temperature - Make sure you are warm and the room is warm but not hot.  If it is too hot it becomes a threat, if it is too cold it also becomes a threat.  The best way to judge if you have got it right is to see whether you haven’t noticed it.
  • Clothing - You must be wearing extremely loose soft clothing or no clothing.
  • Jewellery - Remove all jewellery or metal objects close to or touching your skin. No watches. 

Optional activities

These activities may help; music can be played during the process, warmth is for use before you start

  • Music - In many of the older systems Listening to Music was used both to encourage relaxation and to promote heightened [positive] emotion.  The music must be the right music, however, so be extremely careful in using this activity.
  • Hot baths [or sauna] - the use of Warmth was another activity used as a precursor, warmth promotes the parasympathetic nervous system and as a consequence helps in relaxation and in sexual stimulation  

Stimulation

There are a number of very key trigger points that are used in peaking.  The Perineum is particularly key, but the anus also has an important role to play.  The stimulation of the penis or clitoris is the obvious method, but there are a number of additional key techniques: 

Ejaculation prevention methods

These methods can be used both during the stimulation process, but also when practising as precursor techniques.    

Related observations