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Tantra > Sexual Healing > Female Deer Exercise
Sexual Empowerment for Women

Awakening the Goddess Within
We believe that this simple Qi Gong exercise to increase Women's Vitality, Sexual Health, and Pleasure has its roots in tantra and can be performed once or twice daily, except during menstruation or pregnancy.

The Female Deer Exercise tones the female endocrine system, increasing overall vitality, sensuality, centeredness, and turns uncomfortable bottled-up sexual desire into relaxed, enjoyable sensuality. It cultivates sexual energy, improves overall vitality and mental alertness, improves sexual enjoyment, and reduces or eliminates many common women's ailments. It is simple to perform, takes only a few minutes and is very pleasurable.

Together, the two phases of the female deer exercise spread sexual pleasure and energy throughout the body, increasing the potential for clitoral, vaginal, and whole-body orgasm. By regulating female hormones and increasing bloodflow, they also help to prevent or cure PMS, irregular menstruation, anemia, sterility, ovarian cysts, vaginal discharge, fibroids, incontinence, and more.

It should be noted that along with increasing sexual health, enjoyment, mental clarity, and overall vitality, the exercise increases libido and fertility, so appropriate precautions should be taken to prevent an unplanned pregnancy!

The Exercise
You need to be in a warm, comfortable space free of draughts and interruptions. Then sit in siddhasana (cross legs on the floor or on a cushion, with one heel softly pressed back against the opening of the vagina, exerting a gentle pressure on the clitoris, the other foot resting on the floor next to the shin). If the posture is difficult (because of inflexible hips or knee pain), you may also use a small rubber ball between the heel and the vagina to provide this gentle acupressure.

There are two steps
First, a pleasurable circular massage of the breasts, and second, a pelvic exercise called 'holding firm,' similar to a kegel exercise.

  1. The Breast Massage
    Remove all clothing and jewelry, sit in the posture described above. Warm your hands by rubbing them vigorously together. Now place them over lower side of your breasts.

    Lightly rub in, upward and outward circles. The hands travel together up the inside of the breasts toward the face, then outwards, downwards, inwards, and upwards again. Lightly chafe the skin in circular motions with the nipples at the center of the circle. Do not hold the breasts and move them - skim over the surface of the skin.

    Enjoy the sensations and connect with the warm pleasurable feelings. This is important to increase the connections between the nerves and endocrine glands in the breasts and the center of the brain and the pineal and pituitary glands in your head. Plus, it sensualizes you,  giving your cognitive mind a short break. For general purposes of vitality, health and increased sensitivity, 36 repetitions are recommended, once or twice a day.
    • The breast massage stage of the deer exercise stimulates the nerves of the nipples and breasts. This in turn increases circulation, releases the hormones oxytocin, DHEA, and more, and increases neural development and blood and lymphatic circulation. It can increase both fullness and bouyancy of the bust by strengthening suspensory ligaments and muscles while increasing blood and lymphatic movement in the breasts...
  2. Holding Firm - the pelvic contraction.
    First, rest your hands in your lap. Form your hands into fists by encircling your thumbs in the other fingers. This activates a number of important acupressure points. Next, tighten the muscles of the vagina as though contracting it. Keep breathing in a deep, relaxed manner while holding the contraction as long as you comfortably can. You only need to do this step once after each 36-rotation breast massage.

    During the contraction, try to keep the anal sphincter and stomach muscles relaxed while squeezing and lifting only the vaginal muscles. (You can learn to isolate the muscles by feeling them contract against the pads of your fingers. Oh - smile and enjoy the experience while you contract your muscles! Feel the connection between the tingle in the pelvic floor, the tingle in your spine, and the tingle in your brain. enjoy it! If it's hard for you to locate the muscles to contract and lift, just think of the muscles you use to stop urination in mid-stream, and contract!
    • The pelvic exercise tones strengthens the vaginal muscles and the ligaments supporting the ovaries and fallopian tubes, increases fertility, and and increases pelvic bloodflow and relaxed sensitivity.

The above version is adapted from Kenneth S. Cohen's The Way of Qi Gong
"If you apply the information from this book, if you engage in the practices described, you will notice wonderful results - in terms of increased sexual magnetism, increased energy for healing, rejuvenation and spiritual growth (yes, yes, yes - you may even get rid of some wrinkles), and of course, more fabulous sex." Laura De Giorgio of Deep Trance Now

Learn more about the Female Deer Exercise in the following books.
Sexual Reflexology by Miktak Chia
Healing Love through the Tao - Cultivating Sexual Energy by Maneewan Chia
Art of the Bedchamber, by Douglas Wile
Taoist Bedroom Secrets, by Chian Zettnersan

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