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How to balance your sexual energy with Ayurveda?

Dr. A. V. Lohit

Dr. A. V. Lohit

  Basaveshwaranagar, Bengaluru     Jan 29, 2019

   3 min     


It’s always a turn on when the sexual power blends with the universal and spiritual power. Sexual energy is not just confined to your bedroom.  It is an electrostatic linkage of your body, to the spirit, love, soul, and eventually to the universe.

What does sexual energy offer?

Sexual energy offers a level of satisfaction that you can never get anywhere else. For this, you have to open your inner sexual spirit and let your erotic fantasies overflow without any insecurities or inhibitions.

How to balance your sexual energies with Ayurveda?

According to Ayurveda, sex or Maithun is one of the four basic human needs. Ayurvedic principles state that sexual intercourse or sex should not be performed carelessly. There is a strict discipline to be followed when it comes to sex. There are right times and the right reasons for consummating. Although we tend to think of sex as being concerned with intercourse itself, this is only one part of the whole concept of sex. There is so much more to it!

Sexual energy is related to memory, intelligence, health, nourishment, the sharpness of sense organs, reputation, strength, and long life. Any imbalance in it can lead to a lot of complication. Therefore, your sexual energies should be balanced, and Ayurveda can help you with it. Here is what you can do it:

1.    Work on reducing your stress

No doubt stress can be harmful to health, but it has a significant effect on your sexual life. When the stress level goes down, it undoubtedly alleviates your mood and health. According to Ayurveda here are few tips for reducing your stress level and increasing your sexual energy:

  • Meditation
  • Regular exercising
  • Yoga
  • Abhyanga

2.  Maintain moderation and timing

Too much of anything is not good. Well, yes!  Ayurveda also believes in this. According to Ayurveda, Ojas or the vital energy gets discharged during an orgasm which can imbalance the sexual energies. The Ojas are responsible for the immune powers (or immunity) hence, people with high Ojas don’t fall sick as often. Frequent and untimed sex can imbalance the Ojas. Therefore, practice balance in the quality, timings, and intensity of sex to balance your sexual energies.

3. Increase your Agni

Digestive issues undoubtedly have an adverse effect on sexual energy. Low Agni (digestive fire) leads to reduced energy, lack of motivation and built-up toxins.  Following a healthy diet can be a solution to it.

4. Reduce the Vata imbalance

Many sexual disorders are caused due to high Vata in the system. Therefore to increase the sexual potency, your Vata should be balanced.

Imbalances Vata can be the reason behind the low sexual drive due to vaginal dryness, premature ejaculation, and oversensitivity in the genitals. 

Here are a few things that you can follow to get your Vata right:

  • Following a healthy diet
  • Oil massage
  • Pranayam

5.   Nadi Shodhana

Or alternate nostril breathing will solve your sexual issue especially if you are suffering from impotence or premature ejaculation.

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