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Woman Says She Can Orgasm 'In Seconds' Without Any Stimulation

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Woman Says She Can Orgasm 'In Seconds' Without Any Stimulation

A yoga teacher has revealed her ability to orgasm in a matter of seconds using only her mind. Watch the clip here:

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Ah, the female orgasm. Often disregarded by many, sometimes hard to reach anyway, and often left to the sidelines in school curriculums, with men's climax taught first before any discussion on women's sexual issues or pleasure.

However, Karolin Tsarski has hacked the system and has managed to train her mind to reach her sexual summit without having to rely on pornographic content, a sexual partner or even genital stimulation.

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After finding sexual intercourse with a partner painful as a result of vaginismus - a condition which causes the tightening of the vaginal muscles upon penetration - the 33-year-old Estonian yoga teacher has spent a decade refining the ability to have such an orgasm with 'years of yoga and tantric training'.

Her claims have since been proven to be true through two tests conducted by a group of scientists including the Mah and Binik (2002) Orgasm Rating Scale (ORS) and a series of blood tests.

Karolin Tsarski took part in a scientific study to prove her non-genitally stimulated orgasms are real. Credit: Karolin Tsarski/ YouTube
Karolin Tsarski took part in a scientific study to prove her non-genitally stimulated orgasms are real. Credit: Karolin Tsarski/ YouTube

Using an scale to rate her stimulated clitoral and anal orgasms compared with her non-genitally stimulated orgasms, the results revealed that the climaxes reached just by Tsarski using her mind were more rewarding in terms of elation and emotional intimacy.

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Blood tests were also taken 30 minutes before, immediately after one of Tsarski's non-stimulated orgasms and 30 minutes after too.

The experiment was repeated once a week across three weeks.

In the first week, Tsarski was required to use just her mind to climax for five minutes. The second week, for 10 minutes, and the third for 10 minutes again but with the control element of reading a book.

The blood tests were used to read the yoga teacher's levels of the hormone prolactin - which is thought to increase after orgasm.

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Blood tests were even taken in an effort to prove the authenticity of Tsarski's orgasms. Credit: Karolin Tsarski/ YouTube
Blood tests were even taken in an effort to prove the authenticity of Tsarski's orgasms. Credit: Karolin Tsarski/ YouTube

Results showed that after the first five-minute orgasm, the yoga teacher's prolactin levels increased by 25 per cent.

After the second, Tsarski's levels were 48 percent higher - however, it was noted by psychologist James Pfaus that the yoga teacher's levels may have been higher anyway because of her being in a specific stage of her menstrual cycle.

The third showed no significant increase in the hormone.

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The study concluded: "Prolactin surges after orgasm are an objective marker of orgasm quality. The increase in prolactin after her NGSOs indicate that they induce the same physiological changes as GSOs and result from 'top-down' processing in the brain."

The yoga teacher has become such an expert in the field that she now offers consultations for those in need of help with their sex lives.

She now offers consultations for others interested in exploring solo orgasms. Credit: Karolin Tsarski/ YouTube
She now offers consultations for others interested in exploring solo orgasms. Credit: Karolin Tsarski/ YouTube

However, each hour-and-a-half will set you back £60.

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Tsarski believes that all of us women have the ability to be able to 'awaken' our 'orgasmic energy'.

She explained how her training - which has helped her conquer the effects of her vaginismus - included 'learning body postures, breathing techniques, body locks aimed at learning how to awaken and sense energy [and] learning to guide it and move it upwards'.

Tsarski said: "'In addition, I did pelvic floor exercises, breast massage practice, and practices to release shame and guilt.

"I learned to relax and let go, accepted body image and brought increased mindfulness also to daily life in general."

The study is published in the journal Sexual Medicine.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Karolin Tsarski

Topics: Health, Sex Education, Sex and Relationships

Poppy Bilderbeck
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