Posted by: Nici | 3 September, 2008

Full Body Orgasm – Oscar Naval

Synopsis:

FULL BODY ORGASM is about feeling unrestrained joy and pleasure in every way, everyday!

This book takes a holistic view of the meaning and the function of the orgasm in the broader sense of the word as it relates not only to sexuality (the body) but in the mind and spirit as well. Living in a physical world where you may commute to work, buy groceries, cook the meals, pay the bills, raise your children, clean the house and go on vacations, you can balance and live a life of peak experiences in everything you do.

The full body orgasm (FBO) is continuous joy and pleasure that opens the doors of peak experiences in all aspects of life. In other words, if you can fully experience that energy of an FBO, then you will experience joy and pleasure in everything you do in life.

My thoughts:

This book sounded very interesting from the blurb. At times I found this book quite complex and wasn’t quite sure what I was trying to be told, however it was still interesting. The tips and excercises were good and certainly gives you something to think about. I have recently started my spiritual journey so parts of this book I was already aware of and am already making those changes in my life.

I particually liked the following quote:

‘Whoever is happy will make others happy too’. ~ Mark Twain

And also from the last page:

‘The pursuit of happiness and pleasure is a deeply spiritual undertaking. Your happiness will be reflected back to you as others feel your flow of joyous life energy’.

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