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SEMEN RETENTION AS A MAN (BRIEF INTRO AND BENEFITS)

If you’re new or shocked by this topic i invite you to continue reading and dispel whatever thoughts you may have, instead engage in a different way to see things, you might otherwise miss what’s at the core of this argument!

What is it:
Exactly as it sounds, you avoid ejaculation in any way shape or form (no by masturbation nor sex ecc..). You keep your seed to yourself. But why do you ask?

Because as a Man, your seed is valuable.
The way I see it (and the Indian culture too) your sperm contains your life-force. In fact, semen itself is life-force. It makes sense since it’s what gives birth to life, isn’t it? Yeah, but for some people it doesn’t make sense when you talk about retaining it, why? since it’s life-force, why would you waste it blindly and thoughtlessly without actually giving birth – reproducing? you’re wasting your vitality, your potential energy, your masculinity. (as well as a lot of testosterone boys!) Ever wondered why once you’re “done” having sex or just ejaculated in general how you felt …tired? followed by a sense of relief? THAT’S YOUR ENERGY GOING DOWN THE DRAIN! …or wherever it’s going anyway. And that sense of release it’s your mind, your whole being that just said: “Well, i have done all i had to do on this earth, we’re done!” thinking that it just gave life, but you really didn’t! your mind in that way is tricked, and you somewhat feel accomplished…but you didn’t do anything, really.

Well, you did waste your energy for a brief rush of pleasure. That’s what you did.

But i don’t want you to think about this in a “spiritual” way, because that’s not the direction i’m taking. I want you to recognize it as wasted potential. Biological potential, take it as what it is, energy:

It’s like you’re wasting fuel from your car. How are you supposed to go where you’re meant to, if all you do with that fuel is wasting it on roundabouts and places you already know?

So what should you do ?

Try not releasing IT for 30 days at first, and you could see these benefits:

  • More energy overall, you will feel less tired, more excited.
  • Your skin will gain vitality.
  • More Testosterone.
  • You will feel calmer, centered.
  • Women will notice it (more prone to approach you).
  • It builds self-discipline.
  • You can redirect the sexual energy in whatever passion\project\business you have going on. (Exponential improvements in productivity.)
  • Better workouts.
  • Increased muscle gain. (not confirmed yet, at least by me)
  • You will feel more masculine in general.

These are just a few major benefits that you could experience.

And before you start discounting the whole thing, actually try this and let me know in the comments that you’re doing so. (Yeah, sounds a little creepy said it in this way i know.)

But being a man that has engaged in this i can confirm that some of these benefits i did experience! I said some because one might not experience ALL of these benefits, i guess it takes a certain amount of time, or it’s based upon the individual.

Let me know what you think about it in the comments. :]

Take care,

-V.

Changing yourself AND rising over adversity

Here’s an example of 懐石 (Kaiseki Ryori) A traditional kind of Gourmet cuisine from Japan, composed by a lot of little different dishes, behind each one there’s a different taste, texture, techniques, shapes and colors.

Whether you like it or not – CHANGE is the only way to keep yourself relevant.

But why do i say that? isn’t being “stable” in life, considered a wiser and risk-free alternative? Might be, but is it as effective when it comes to overcoming the challenges that life presents you with on a daily basis? Let me explain :

You may be wondering by now why i have introduced you to this topic with a brief explanation of Kaiseki Ryori, and you might be saying : “What is this dude even talking about?! Food and challenges?” HEY, just hear me out, it’s all… connected.

Just how each and every little dish that this traditional way of caressing an individual’s palate enables the client to experience the multilayered flavors of the course, you too have some tools at your disposal that can help you see and act… differently.

I’m talking about Habits. In this kind of cuisine, a lot of different flavors are used, mixed and matched with a specific technique related to the dish itself, and by doing so the main protagonist of the dish has all of its characteristic enhanced, set and ready to give its best in the client’s mouth – If you think about it and try to apply this mindset when approaching your problems, it’s EASILY more effective because you’re tackling the problem with all the tools and methods you need to solve it. The tricky thing though is developing these habits – these little foundations on which, in my opinion, a person should be based on.

These habits may vary from individual, but i’d like to list a few of my favorites :

  • Consuming Healthy & Nutritious Food
  • Exercise regularly
  • Being more Disciplined
  • Learn new things everyday

If you have a strong mind and a strong body, and by extent – some good habits – you will find that dealing with your problems becomes incredibly easier, here i just gave you a bunch of examples, but habits can be adapted pretty much anywhere because you create and maintain them to suit YOUR needs. For example : Are you afraid of social interactions and you wish you were more talkative and affable? Create a habit to talk to at least one random stranger a day, without resorting to the same topic. You will see that after a week it’ll feel a lot better and you improved. In the end, habits are tools that you must master and keep on repeatingly use so you can reap fruits out of them.

It doesn’t take much, you just need to make the first step and then keeping on making other little steps, you can be sure to see amazing results by doing this – And as i was comparing all the little attentions and ways of cooking a specific food, habits are exactly the same thing, little details that’ll make things good.

So you can clearly see that by NOT changing, experimenting and trying things out by making the first step – not only you’d devoid yourself of being able to see things in a new light, at the same time you would be making yourself a disservice by lacking your tools for being able to solve your problems. Being flexible and forcing yourself to adapt is Key.

And now i will end my point with one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite inspiring individual :

” Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water. Now you put water in a cup, it becomes the cup; You put water into a bottle it becomes the bottle; You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend. “

– Bruce Lee

Thanks for reading,
Take care.