BUZZ

The Buzz

“Since I started OM’ing, I enjoy sex more, I’m more confident, and I’m way more comfortable with men. But, most importantly, I’ve let go of my sexual shame. For the first time ever, I was able to concentrate on the sensation of being touched instead of worrying what the guy was thinking. It was a revelation. Finally, I was moving from sexual object to sexual subject.”
– ELLE.com
“The result is incredibly empowering. I haven’t looked at sex the same way since, and I would highly recommend orgasmic meditation to anyone who wants to explore orgasm and redefine pleasure for themselves. Even if you don’t adopt the practice regularly, it will probably end up changing the way you think about receiving pleasure and remind you just how complicated and powerful your clitoris is. At least, that’s what it did for me.”
– Bustle.com
“OM also gives women a way to tune into what they’re really feeling in a culture where they often feel pressure to perform sexually. Rather than putting on lingerie or making sexy faces, all you have to do is sit back and feel. This puts power in women’s hands in an area where it’s often taken away from them, and it also lets men express a part of their sexuality they’re often not given the chance to access.”
– Glamour.com

“When Jessica did sit up to help answer questions, her lips, cheeks, and chest were flushed. She looked blissfully happy and at peace… Whatever brought them there that day, by lunchtime the group seemed to have grown ever closer, both reaching out and offering support to one another.”
– SFWeekly.com
“The desired outcome is therapeutic, rather than sexual—not a spikey, sneeze-like commonplace climax, but something more sensuous, purportedly activating the limbic depths of the brain and releasing a flood of oxytocin, stimulating bonding between participants.”
– Gawker.com
But still, today has shown me that orgasm is possible outside the old ‘penetrative straight sex with the one you love’ scenario. People in the audience believe there’s more out there — not just for their sex lives, but in other parts of their day-to-day existences. If OM helps people connect with others and learn to come, then I can’t really argue with that.”
– Vice.com

“I felt around for an illustration that didn’t sound insane, but all I could come up with was describing an energy that shot upward from the opening of my vagina to my belly button.”
– ELLE.com
“This super-focused practice of getting to the big O with your partner could be secret to not just a happier relationship, but a happier life.”
– Cosmopolitan.com
“It is sexual, obviously, but it’s about far more than that. Fans describe its secondary effects as spiritual: it’s about mindfulness, self-actualization and wellbeing.”
– Marie Claire UK