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  • Taschenbuch: 256 Seiten
  • Verlag: Grand Central Life & Style; Auflage: Reprint (22. Mai 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0446567183
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446567183
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 1,9 x 21 cm
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"Required education for every man on the planet." -Timothy Ferriss, New York Times bestselling author of The 4-Hour Body and The 4-Hour Workweek

"Ah! Combining meditative awareness with sexual peasure! What could be better--or more life-enhancing--than this?" -Christiane Northrup, MD, OB/GYN physician, and New York Times bestselling author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause

"Slow Sex is the real deal on pleasuring a woman. For any guy who want his fifteen minutes of sexual fame, Daedone offers practical and inspired guide to the orgasmic big leagues." -Ian Kerner, sexuality counselor and New York Times bestselling author of She Comes First

"Daedone makes her arguments persuasively, with clear instructions and a knack for the just-right analogy or phrase. This is not another tantra book....OM practice should give many people a fresh and satisfying conduit to deeper sexual intimacy. Recommended." -Library Journal

"Daedone's philosophy is a refreshing counterpoint to the porny mainstream." -Salon.com

"At a time when many women feel pressured to add sex to their Superwoman to-do list without feeling like they get much in return, Slow Sex is a much needed and welcome invitation for women and men to strip down to the bare essentials of a woman's authentic sexuality so sex can fill her up, rather than deplete her. A must-read for any woman who hasn't fully accessed her orgasmic potential and yearns to more fully embody the intimacy and surrender a loving sexual relationship can bring to a woman's wholly healthy life." -Lissa Rankin, MD, OB/GYN, author of What's Up Down There and founder of OwningPink.com -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe .

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Nicole Daedone is the founder of the OneTaste retreat centers located in San Francisco and New York. She helped develop the OneTaste curriculum and train faculty based on her innovative approaches to relationships, healing and mindful sexuality. Mentored by Dr. Dean Barnlund, an early collaborator of Alan Watts, she writes, teaches and lectures on the relationship between language and spirituality, body and mind. Her undergraduate and graduate work was in gender studies and semantics.

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Habe das Buch nach einem Artikel in der Neon über die Autorin gekauft. Es ist sehr interessant und gut aufgebaut. Sie führt den Leser langsam an das Thema der weiblichen Sexualität heran und beschreibt ihre Sinnlichkeit. Slow Sex ist eine für mich neue Art mit meiner Freundin nahe zu sein. Es hat mein Interesse an ihren Bedürfnissen geweckt.
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Nicole...Thank you. 18. Juni 2011
Von Lunachick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I love this book. It's taught me how having my own desires, and speaking them, beyond the vanilla, standard guy-pleasing "I want you"...is okay. Is not going to...frighten my partner away, or make me feel like a freak for having my own desires out in the open.

And, it's make me understand that a man will truly focus on me - just me - for a while, and that's really okay! I always got nervous when a man went down on me...I figured he wanted me to hurry up so he could have his turn, that me must be pretending to be enjoying it, and it just stressed me out. Which makes it REALLY hard to come (so, I became a good actress).

It sounds silly written like that, but I've censored my own sexual wants and needs for so long...the concept and practice of OM is really, truly wonderful. Wanting to be touched now, in this way, is okay for me to feel, and okay for me to say.

Finally, I'm learning that there's no reason to cover up my desires and my needs with embarrassment, thinking I should hide my desires and focus on pleasing my male partner.

As with many women, my early sexual experiences were (very very) not good. I lost my virginity via rape, as a teen, during an assault by a stranger, and I guess I never really recovered. Sex was something I did because my boyfriends, then my husband, wanted/needed it. Over the years it transitioned from very scary (even with my kind, safe boyfriend) to usually very enjoyable, but I never learned to speak up and say what I wanted. I dated some great guys who wanted to please me, but I couldn't get past my own issues to tell them about my own fantasies, or even something simple, like to please "move a little to the left" as they touched me.

Nicole...Thank you.
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Women say this works. It surely works better than whatever they get from '50 Shades...' 4. Juni 2012
Von Jesse Kornbluth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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"Women who think they're going to learn anything from Fifty Shades of Gray are wasting their time. They'd do better to read `Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm.'"

I read that on a message board.

So I bought Nicole Daedone's book.

On page 1: "I teach a practice called Orgasmic Meditation. It's a way that any man can bring out the orgasm in any woman, in just fifteen minutes."

Would you read on?

Very quickly I learned that orgasm, for Daedone, is not the moment of climax. It's the entire experience of sex. It's the way sexual potency is "a source of power," an "entry point" to joyful living, a "gateway" to a deeper connection with your lover.

Sounds good?

Or would you prefer to learn, from "50 Shades," how to enjoy being whipped with a riding crop?

Given that choice, any reasonable woman --- or any man involved with a woman who prefers improved reality to romance novel fantasy --- would ask: So what is the technique?

It's not sex. It's not even foreplay. After 15 minutes, you get up and leave. It's just what Daedone says it is --- meditation. But because we're talking about orgasm, you do it with your body.

Or rather, you do it with the woman's body --- because the man remains fully clothed. She removes her pants. Lies down. Spreads her legs. From there, he does everything. Looking. Stroking. Talking.

However much I may be a man of the world, I blush to tell you the specifics. So please watch Nicole Daedone's TED Talk (yes, she made a presentation at TedxSF). I'd suggest that you start at 5:30 and cut out around the 10-minute mark.

But let's take a breath here and address a different question: Who is Nicole Daedone and why should you pay attention to her?

From The New York Times (yes, she was profiled in the Times):

"Ms. Daedone's early career was hardly alternative: she studied semantics at San Francisco State University and then donned her pearls to help found an art gallery. But at 27, her world came crashing down when she learned that her father, from whom she was largely estranged, was dying of cancer in prison, after being convicted of molesting two young girls.
"Everything in my reality just collapsed," she said. "My body turned to stone and crumbled."
Her father had not behaved inappropriately toward her, Ms. Daedone said; on the contrary, he was a distant figure.
"There had been a way I felt close to him in this felt way, and then all of the sudden he would shut down," she said. "I later came to understand that he was trying to protect me from himself, from his pathology."
Her pathway back to life was initially Buddhism, which she pursued with a vengeance, intending to live in a Zen community. But at a party in 1998, she met a Buddhist who had a practice in what he called "contemplative sexuality."

What she got from taking off her pants, being stroked and talked to was nothing less than a revelation. She discovered that women are entitled to ask for what they want, that paying attention to female pleasure rewards the man as well as the woman, and that the benefits of orgasm can have a huge ripple effect: "It will be turned on women around the world, and those that dare to stroke us, that will change the world, feeding the desire for connection that we all have."

This is powerful stuff. I know because when I described Daedone's technique to some women of the world, they all found reasons to balk. He doesn't have to be your lover? He looks at you? He talks to you? And then you leave?

Hey, I also felt huge resistance. But then I considered two of the chapters in this book.

The first is "What Men Should Know About Women." Among her points:
-- "Women want to have sex just as much as men --- just not the sex that's on the menu."
-- "What she really wants is access to your attention."
-- "Women have no idea how much men love them."
-- "She doesn't want `her' way, she wants `our' way."

The second is "What Women Should Know About Men." Among her points:
-- "Men experience acknowledgment through a woman's happiness."
-- "Nice is the trump card."
-- "Say it to a man every time like it's the first time."
-- "Men get confused when women withhold information."

This stuff makes sense. I can't speak to the genius of the meditation technique, but I'm sure that Nicole Daedone has a few things exactly right. I know I don't want to be "handled." I don't want a woman to fake her pleasure. I want sex to affirm us, not just get me off.

Is this technique for you? It's your call. I can only offer advice on a related topic: confusing the messenger with the message.

In the mid-1970s, I wrote a piece about Werner Erhard that put a serious dent in his business. Too bad it didn't shut him down. Not because est was a scam --- Erhard was a very clever guy, and he very adroitly appropriated the smartest tech of other disciplines --- but because he so fundamentally disrespected his customers. He could hardly avoid it. Someone who likes to stand in front of a large audience telling them how it really is tends to have some deep needs that, for all the sharing, never get shared with his/her disciples.

And so it may be with Nicole Daedone. I have no problem with her book --- you buy it, you take it or leave it. But I'm not sure you need to pay $49 for a "badge" that gives you greater access to her web site. Do you really need OM Stroke Lube? Or the OneTaste Signature OM Kit? More seriously, I note that several people who are no longer affiliated with her now speak about her crusade as a cult. If so, curb your enthusiasm.

As for the book and the technique, I can't fault her words: "Whatever you do, make sure you're doing you where you thought you were going, but it will never lead you astray."
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awaken your hunger + let your sex nourish you 23. Mai 2011
Von Nancy Levin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
if you are like i was before i was introduced to nicole and orgasmic meditation just over a year ago, you will be wondering about the point of reading this book, since right now sex is either one more thing on your to-do list, something you try to avoid, or perhaps it never even crosses your mind. well, listen up: this is exactly the point of reading this book! i was starving to death, before hunger finally saved my life, waking me to desire. in fact, i had no idea that i would ever even want to enjoy sex, but i am living proof that we are all actually pleasure craving creatures, and yet so many of us still just settle for going through the motions of life, completely dead inside. "slow sex: the art and craft of the female orgasm" provides the sublime permission and guidance we women need in order to cultivate desire beyond limitation and engage ecstasy beyond wild imagination to harness the brilliant power and clarity that emerges when we leave fear and playing small in the dust! don't just take my word for how OM has changed my life - give it a whirl yourself - your world will only continue to become bigger, brighter, bolder! we all deserve vibrant yummy lives and awakening our sex and our turn on is the most nourishing act of vitality there is!
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Real Eye Opener! 17. März 2013
Von Cam - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
After starting to read Fifty Shades I realized that at 50 years old I was missing out on something.
The fact that my wife wasn't having a great orgasm like me every-time...I just assumed that women knew all they needed to know about sex and that was just the way it was. Well this book opened my eyes to a new world. I even cried at the thought that my wife was just going through the routine of sex. This book was a gateway to other books that have been a sexual rebirth for me and my wife. THANK YOU! I spend a lot of time on the road and when I am at home, I am very busy so now I subscribe to Audible.com
I now have hours and hours of listening pleasure on the road. Great read and great audio book!
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I Live My Life In Turn On 21. Mai 2011
Von Luv Lotus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
[...]

Nicole has written a thoroughly well-organized and detailed overview of the OneTaste style of expanded orgasm in her new book, Slow Sex.

Slow Sex is an EXCELLENT book for many reasons:

It teaches you the exact techniques to do a OneTaste-style OM
It explains what's in it for men and what's in it for women
It explains the rules of engagement for a OneTaste OM
It includes an OM for a man's penis, not just for a woman
It explains how once you turn a woman on, her whole life can be lived in turn-on and why that is a life changing possibility for YOU
I live my life in orgasm, in turn-on.

I am besotted with life. Heady with my potential and excitement. I feel wonderful. I'm deeply connected to my humanity. I love my body and its capabilities. I deeply appreciate how OMing has made my sex life incredible. And most importantly, I appreciate how deeply intimate and connected I am to my OMing partner, my husband.

And you can have all this too.

"Orgasm is the body's ability to receive and respond to pleasure." -- Nicole Daedone

Nicole underscores the importance of Slow Sex by describing how this focused attention on feeling the sensations derived from this clitoral stroking technique will make your body come alive with pleasure. And that pleasure will spill over into all aspects of your life.

How to OM is a great chapter that offers tremendous clarity and instruction.

The Ten-Day OM Starter Program is a solid beginning for the most simple OMing practice.

And where the book really shines is in Nicole's description of The Four Month Orgasm. Which is essentially "living in turn-on." That's where your OMing practice helps you feel your desire and ask for what you want - the strokes you want, the sensation your body wants to feel...

And the learning to speak and follow your desire spills over into the rest of your life in a way that empowers you as a woman to follow your passions, to pursue the things for which you long, to feel a hunger for life in a way that when you are not awakened in your body, you are anesthetized to the sheer joy of living.

The "Four Months" moniker is a Trojan horse. Once you are a turned-on woman, feeling life not just through your brain, but through your body, your world transforms into a richness that's indescribable. "Four Months" just makes it approachable to anyone who hasn't yet achieved this state of being and might like to. Trust me, living orgasmically goes on forever and keeps getting better.

Desire As Your Compass

[excerpt from Slow Sex]

The key to having a lifelong orgasm is not OM, exactly. OM is just the rehearsal; it's where we learn the music, build the muscle memory, develop the habits that will support us when we get onstage. It's where we practice for the main performance: life. Life, including "regular: sex, and male-female relationship, and everything else we do. The habits we form through OM -- habits of receptivity, appreciation, awareness, true intimacy -- are 180 degrees opposite from the habits that rule our conventional world.

So learning to make them our default setting stakes practice. It takes great attention and precision to choose subtraction -- simplicity -- in a culture that hawks addition at every turn. It takes repetition to learn how to pay attention enough to feel sensation in the body, to experience turn-on as it rises, crests and carries us. And it takes a practiced willingness to feel what you want and then be vulnerable, intimate, and open enough to ask for it, come what may.

It takes all those things, yes, but it takes one thing more.

When it gets down to it, there must a a willingness to change your navigation device. We tend to navigate our lives using signposts set up for us by the world -- norms, expectations, shoulds and should nots. If you want a lifelong orgasm, you have to let go of the comfort of being told what to do by the outside world and start looking for direction within. You have to start charting your own course, using your own compass. That compass is your own desire.

-- Nicole Dadeone

I cannot recommend this book highly enough. Yes, it will rewire your body and brain. Yes, it's well-written and you can follow it to try this at home. Yes, it's a fun read even if you decide the practice is not right for you.

I give Slow Sex a double dog-eared thumbs up!
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