Orgasmapedia: Exploring the Most Epic Orgasms With Leading Holistic Sex and Relationship Coach Kim Anami

Orgasms are your gateway to enlightenment. At least, that’s what holistic sex and relationship coach Kim Anami believes. Anami, who says she draws wisdom from Tantra, Taoism, transpersonal psychology, and philosophy, teaches that everyone can experience epic and life-changing orgasms, and anyone who says otherwise simply hasn’t reached them yet. Learning about the wide variety of orgasms available could help you on your personal journey toward self-actualization. Let’s explore what Kim Anami calls the “orgasmapedia” here.  

1. The Appetizer: Clitoral Orgasms 

Mention female pleasure and clitoral orgasms spring to mind. Intense and localized, all women are capable of experiencing pleasurable orgasms through clitoral stimulation. However, thinking this is the main event is a mistake. As Kim puts it, these orgasms make excellent appetizers, getting the neurotransmitters firing and releasing joyful hormones. 

2. Waves of Bliss: G-Spot Orgasms 

The Holy Grail of pleasure is the G-spot orgasm. Both men and women can experience these full-body waves of excitement. To achieve this orgasm, you have to open yourself up entirely. It’s about letting go of tension and control, and surrendering yourself completely. 

While the female G-spot is located inside the vagina, the male one can be found at the prostate. Stimulate this well and it can be an overwhelmingly therapeutic experience. The full-body orgasms it creates have been known to bring grown men to tears. 

3. Nectar of the Gods: Squirting 

Female ejaculate can hit the ceiling. Contrary to popular belief, all women possess this remarkable power within them. Achieved through G-spot stimulation, squirting is when a gush of fluids come from the ducts and glands surrounding the vaginal canal. It is akin to a spiritual sensation which is why in ancient India, it was called “the nectar of the gods.” 

4. The Queen of Female Orgasms: Cervical Orgasms 

Kim Anami calls cervical orgasms “good f**k medicine” and says we should all have these experiences every day. Known as the queen of female orgasms, these feel like having a spiritual awakening or taking psychedelics. The cervix is the reflexology point for the heart in Taoist sexology and this orgasm kick-starts your energy pathway to the crown chakra. 

5. Heart Connecting: Nipple and Breast Orgasms 

The nipples and breasts are often literally brushed over during foreplay and sex. However, these connect the heart and sexual energy. Stimulating them can rival the sensations of G-spot and cervical orgasms. According to a 2011 study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, research has shown that the same areas of the brain light up when the nipples are touched as when the cervix is touched. 

6. Life-Affirming: Full- Body Orgasms 

Forget localized pleasure in your genitals—full- body orgasms are exactly what they sound like. Imagine every single cell of your body having an orgasm. When you reach this height, you will feel satisfaction rush through every part of you from your fingertips to your heart.

7. Tension Relieving: Anal Orgasms 

Stress and tension plague our modern lives. Anal penetration can dissolve your problems and allow you to unwind in a deep and meaningful way. Kim Anami says that this experience is a combination of a full-body, cervical, and G-spot orgasm all wrapped up in one package.

8. Thinking Off: Energy Orgasms 

Imagine sitting across the room from your partner and giving each other mind-blowing orgasms. That’s what “thinking off” is all about. Using Tantric and Taoic energy techniques, both men and women can reach orgasmic bliss without ever needing to touch. 

Who Is Kim Anami?

Kim Anami is a world leader in holistic sex and relationship coaching. Endorsed by professionals around the globe, including OB-GYNs, integrative physicians, and therapists, she looks at sex as a tool for self-growth and self-realization. She works alongside clients to enhance their connection, intimacy, energy, and creativity.