I have a friend who I am guiding through the sexual practice training, as described in Mantak Chia’s books.
He came to me with a question last night.
He was kissing and getting intimate with a lady friend of his, and his partner experienced a sensation of his tongue being cold. This was pre-intercourse foreplay, and interestingly, he didn’t experience the coldness of the tongue, only his partner.
Any ideas on what this could mean? Either in a sexual context or otherwise?
Thank you for your thoughts,
I can see why she is your x-wife man!
A bit strange to me. I have to guess.
Cold is the mans non arosed enegy.
Or cold is the womans aroused energy.
Could it be that she felt her own aroused enegy passing into the man?
I realy have no other idea for the moment. But my suggestion feels not right either.
There are lots of possibilities from the mundane, such
1. Did he drink a cold beverage like a Slurpee before sex?
2. Or eat ice cream?
3. It’s also possible that he was extra prolific with saliva,
which can cause coolness through simple evaporation.
I would consider these mundane possibilities first.
Other possibilities, more interesting:
The tongue is the energetic connection to the heart.
1. Healthwise, how is his cardiovascular health?
2. Does he have heart disease? High blood pressure?
3. Energy-wise, does he have low heart-fire?
4. Does he feel lonely, feel self-hatred?
5. Is he (gasp) *truly* in love with this woman?–If
not, and it’s purely sexual, then his heart is not involved.
A sensitive woman could notice.
These are just a few, off-the-cuff reactions to your post, but
they should be enough to get the ball rolling with further
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