What is Tantric and Edging Sex & How does it benefit a relationship?
Good things ‘cum’ to those who wait, couldn’t be more true when it comes to the practice of both tantric and edging sex. Both require an immense amount of patience with your partner and more importantly from yourself. If you are in need of a system reboot on your sex life, look no further (at the moment!) because tantric and edging sex can help you find new meanings to your relationship.
Tantric sex is an ancient Hindu practice that’s been used for more than 5000 years and it translates as ‘weaving & expansion of energy.’ The goal is to prolong climaxing for as long as possible BUT providing your partner with continuous pleasure. Think of it as ongoing foreplay and trying to forget about reaching a happy ending. Tantric is a slow form of sex that can actually form lasting intimacy and connections which lead to powerful orgasms in the end. Try using different breathing techniques with your partner, massages and touching various places that you may often neglect during sex. Lastly, let go of expectations and don’t get discouraged if it doesn’t last as long as you imagined it would. When trying something new with sex, if you haven’t figured it out by now, things don’t always go as planned and it can be hard to delay getting down to business when that’s what you are used to doing. That brings us to the next practice which is referred to as edging.
Edging sex is just what it sounds like, bringing your partner or even yourself right to the very point of climaxing and then stopping before reaching the peak! Yep, sounds ludicrous to do something like that intentionally, right? Believe it or not, edging is extremely popular and even more so for women when masturbating. Some people like to try edging because they like the control element of the practice and due to the increased blood flow and sensitivity to the person’s genitals, the eventual orgasm is way more dramatic! Edging can help men become ‘harder’ during sex and even aid in mild erectile problems or low libido. Now the offsetting of the orgasm varies with the person who is deemed to be in charge. Some decide to pullback only once while others may decide that the climax isn’t going to happen and they are left hanging. That takes a LOT of self-control!
Hopping out of your sexual routine can do wonders for your sexual confidence, in a good way of course. You don’t have to make drastic or extreme changes to see improvements and both of the practices above simply require a bit of patience and time. There are far too many factors involved for every single sexual act to be perfect but make it work for you and grow with your partner. When you remain positive, it helps cut tension and in the end you should feel more connected with your partner. In the famous words of Aristotle, “Patience is bitter but its fruit is sweet.”