The Truth Behind the 15 Minute Female Orgasm Part Deux: The lost Meaning of Touch

by Stephen

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Google the word touch. I could have stopped here!

I began writing this as a response to a previous comment on my post  The Doing Method and Why you Should Just Do It here is my answer:

Rachel asks:

“From the book and sites like yours it seems as though this is not a 15 minute LASTING orgasm but how to produce an orgasm in 15 minutes on women that seem to have a hard time having one. Or am I missing something?”

This is a great question, and Rachel is not “missing something”  but let me add this:

The people at OneTaste and Tim Ferriss himself in the book consider this to be a goal-less practice. After attending the weekend workshop with Nicole Daedone and her staff, it became very clear that they are absolutely right.

It is tough to explain but maybe I will use the slow carb diet as an example. You may begin a diet with the intention to lose weight but in the process find that your journey not only helps you shed pounds, but you begin to learn things about your body you had never considered.

Along the way, you learn how your body responds to different foods, you become an expert in nutrition, you begin to feel better and get a passion for nutrition and possibly exercise that you never knew existed. You went into the process with a goal of weight loss; you came out in better health.

The same goes for the process of OM’ing (orgasmic meditation) or better known as the 15 minute female orgasm. Like a slow carb diet, you have to begin the process, possibly with a goal in mind. But, while in search for that goal (like a diet) you begin to find that the goal itself, although at first your primary motivation, is not nearly as influential as the process of getting there. In other words: the process is the payoff, the endpoint is better health, getting there involves hard work and dedication. The end point to a diet? There isn’t one, it is just the beginning of a longer and healthier life.

I guess you will have to take that at my word. But, I will leave you with something one of my amazing classmates shared during the CNN weekend that will not be on TV because the cameras had already stopped rolling:

When asked what the experience of Om’ing meant to her:

“Feeling truly loved, before today I never believed I was worth 15 minutes”

How profound indeed!

  • Go check out Nicole Daedone’s blog at  I placed the link to her 4-Hour Body post. You may see my comment there.  Also head over to OneTaste where you can learn more about OM’ing and find a lot of great information. The staff there are wonderful and are eager to help, don’t be afraid to drop them a line!
  • Here is an audio guided 15 minute orgasm from OneTaste $3.00

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Elias Duke Scott April 19, 2011 at 3:41 am

Your statement that “…I never felt I was worth 45 minutes.”


Dukerone April 24, 2011 at 9:12 pm

I found this on the Internet and thought it would go with this piece. It’s provides some interesting insights.

Say it isn’t so!

“A fascinating study just published in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour looked at the link between women’s vocalisations during sex and the timing of orgasm during heterosexual encounters, finding that there was little connection with female climax but a strong link with male ejaculation.

The researchers draw the ego-denting conclusion that women’s moans and sighs are not an involuntary reaction to male sexual prowess, but a way of exerting influence over their partner’s sexual response.

In the study, many of the women also explicitly reported what the researchers coyly labelled a ‘tactical use of copulatory vocalizations’ as a specific sexual strategy.

This manoeuvring of male behavior not only ensures the delivery of his ejaculate [be still my beating heart!], but may also serve to end male copulatory effort under circumstances when the female is, for example, suffering discomfort or pain, boredom, fatigue, or simply does not have enough time for the encounter to last longer. Females appear to be fully conscious of the positive effects that their copulatory vocalizations have on male self-esteem and a very high percentage reported using them for this purpose.”


BerkeleyJean October 11, 2011 at 10:05 pm

I didn’t its a “goal-less process”, what I was taught was that the goal is pleasure in the moment – now is the only time that you can feel – and if your attention is somewhere else – like “are we there yet” then you aren’t feeling now. And there is definitely a goal of having it feel good now.

But I didn’t study with the people who taught Nicole and her crew, so maybe that is why it seems different.


Stephen October 11, 2011 at 11:10 pm

This was philosophically perfect BerkeleyJean…. In life their truly is no such thing as a goal-less practice! Or is there?


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