Mantras For Your Sex Life
Mantras For Your Sex Life
Mantras To Improve Your Sex Life
What is a mantra? Can they really help me improve my sex life?
A mantra can be defined as a sound, syllable, word, or group of words that are considered capable of creating transformation. In other words, a mantra is a “device” or “tool” that liberates the mind, creating a healing process. There are many types of mantras, many are centuries old, and all of them work. Their type and use varies according to the school and philosophy associated with the mantra; that is why some mantras require verbal repetition and others internal meditation repetition. I do suggest you use a rosary or a mala (Buddhist prayer beads) to help you to stay focused on your intention to do the mantras!
The types of mantras that I recommend are Point-Specific Mantras, in other words, they are designed to work on a specific situation. You do them by utilizing a rhythmic breathing pattern and internal repetition. Keeping your second chakra (Sexual Chakra) healthy is very important, and one of the ways to achieve this is to incorporate mantras to your daily life.
Here, I am giving you some examples of two types of mantras. The first, the Purification Mantra, works as a “vacuum,” removing fro the mind/aura the negative emotions and thoughts that are associated with our sexuality. The second, the Intention Mantra, aligns our mind/aura with the energy of God to attain a state where we receive that additional help we need for our sex life.
Purification Mantras for general issues:
Even though I am afraid of men/women, I love and accept myself.
Even though I am too tired to have sex, I love and accept myself.
Even though I want to punish my partner, rejecting him/her, I love and accept myself.
Even though I have never liked sex, I love and accept myself.
Even though I am disgusted by sex, I love and accept myself.
Even though sex is dirty, I love and accept myself.
Even though he/she was unfaithful and I want to punish him/her, I love and accept myself.
Even though I am ashamed of being fat, I love and accept myself.
Even though I am impotent/frigid, I love and accept myself
Intention Mantras for general issues:
Please God, help me with my intention to enjoy sex.
Please God, help me with my intention to heal my sexual traumas*.
What if I am unable to please my partner?
Many men and women come into a sexual act fearing they will be unable to fully perform. Women are afraid they will not be able to orgasm and men are afraid of being “impotent” or of “sinning” of premature ejaculation. For these issues I recommend the following mantras. They work, truly! You will see the difference and your partner will notice it too.
Purification Mantras for sexual insecurity issues:
Even though I am afraid of not having an orgasm, I love and accept myself.
Even though I am afraid of being impotent, I love and accept myself.
Intention mantras for sexual insecurity issues:
Please God, help me with my intention to have an orgasm.
Please God, help me with my intention of being great in bed.
I recommend you repeat the mantra before and during sex, in silence and using a rhythmic breathing pattern. When you notice you are enjoying and achieving what you want during sex, you can let go of the mantra and fully enjoy the moment. If at any point during sex you feel you are becoming insecure again, start doing the mantras once again.
How many times should I repeat the mantras?
To continue the “healing” process, you can repeat the mantra 100 times a day (I recommend this number of repetitions, although it is not requisite) for several months. You can even repeat the mantras while you are in the process of falling asleep, if you wake up in the middle of the night, during your exercise routine, or while you drive to work; the objective is for you to incorporate the mantras to your daily routine. You can do the mantras using a mala or rosary; this will help you to be present in your intention.
If you have suffered sexual abuse, your mantra needs to be
Please God, help me with my intention to heal my sexual abuse trauma.