It seems you don’t even have to have to touch somebody for sex to be good for you.
In a recent study done by the New England School of Medicine lucky researchers got to conduct a test on the effect of looking at women’s breasts. In the study, a group of men were given a live view of a woman’s breasts for 10 minutes several times a day over the course of 10 months.
Pleased to be part of this experiment, they were given blood pressure, heart rate, cholesterol and tests for all other major health systems. Those who had the fortunate opportunity to gaze at breasts daily showed 16 clear improvements of vital health indicators. For the poor fellows who merely looked at clothed women, there were no noticeable signs of improvement in their health.
Now, if it’s that good just looking at breasts, I wonder how healthy it is to stroke and nibble these soft, warm gorgeous glands? Or licking and squeezing them until they exude a delicate drop of sweet dew (that the Chinese Taoists call White Snow?)
Upper Peak Medicine
This amazing nectar not only tastes delicious, it’s full of luscious chi, nutrients and highly restorative agents. Anyone who has the good fortune of discovering this marvelous liquid that flows from just below a woman’s areolas will be delighted to know that it is very, very good for you indeed. Not only is it an amazing experience to taste a woman’s White Snow, it is an extraordinary feeling for a woman to cultivate this elixir insider herself. It is different from Mother’s milk, and actually appears as a delicately fragranced clear fluid. Also called the Middle Peak Medicine, it can be made to come forth by any woman. To enhance the flow of this sweet fluid, a woman should allow a great deal of gazing at her glorious peaks as well as frequent stimulation through sucking, kissing or tender biting.
More about cultivating and restoring breast vitality is presented in Spiritual Sexuality workshops for Women)
The more the better
Interesting thing about a woman’s breasts is that few women say they have been stroked or caressed or kissed nearly enough. Many men say they love breasts, but few know how to totally arouse, tease or completely satiate woman’s pleasure to anywhere near what she is capable of experiencing. Not only considered a foreplay to get ready for the big act, truly awakening a woman’s breasts is one of the most caring, nurturing sexual acts that a man, or a woman for that matter, can do. What many women may not know is that we express our strongest energy chi through our breasts, whereas men express their strongest chi through their Lower Peak…
Personally, I like testing these things out. I was sitting in the Dallas airport before my departure in those double row connected seats contemplating the beauty of breasts, wondering what would happen if I just sat there and focused my awareness on my lovely peaks, letting them quietly project outwards like two head beams searching for the moon’s reflection. To my delight, there was a bevy of men sitting nearby. I sat there for a while focusing on the potent sweetness of the chi coming from my own breasts (which made me smile). Lets call him ‘ Tony,’ a 30ish Italian man immediately sunk in his chair a few inches and opened his knees a bit. The bald football looking guy two seats down looked up from his computer several times with the nicest smile. Joe, right across from me, a 40ish looking man engrossed in his sports magazine never once looked up from his fascinating read (oh well). And then there was a middle aged well-built hunk of a guy wearing a suit (I love suits) who sauntered over from across the aisle and sat down right next to me looking like he was dying to say hello… Every time I sneak a peak at Tony his eyes are glued to my chest.
I really loved getting on the plane, you know, helping those men have a great day. Couldn’t help taking a good look at those glorious male hot spots while I was at it.
The moral of this little story is to cherish those fabulous hanging or perky little titties as much as you can, and find out just how, and how much your lover will thank you for it.
Amara Charles © 2013