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Vedic Effects of Semen

According to ancient Asian Indian Vedic study, also known as Ayurveda, semen, referred to as the vital fluid can be beneficial on the skin, imparting vital energy. One drop of semen contains the same amount of vitality as 80 drops of blood.


“According to Ayurveda, semen is the last Dhatu that is formed out of Majja or marrow. From food, chyle (Rasa) is manufactured. Out of chyle comes blood (Rakta); out of blood comes flesh; out of flesh comes fat, out of fat comes marrow; out of marrow comes semen. These are the seven Dhatus. There are three divisions in each Dhatu. semen nourishes the physical body, heart and intellect. That man who uses the physical body, heart and intellect, only can have perfect Brahmacharya. A Pahalwan or wrestler who uses his physical body only but keeps the intellect and heart undeveloped cannot expect to have full Brahmacharya. He can have Brahmacharya of the body only but not of the mind and the heart. The semen that belongs to the heart and mind will certainly flow out. If an aspirant does only Japa and Meditation, if he does not develop the heart and if he does not practise physical exercise, he will have only mental Brahmacharya. That portion of the semen which goes to nourish the heart and body will flow out. But an advanced Yogi who dives deep in Meditation will have full Brahmacharya even if he does not take physical exercise.”

Ayurveda teaches that men should conserve their ‘vital fluid.’ Ejaculation weakens the body. Therefore the various sexual practices such as injaculation, edging without cumming, and dry ejaculation allow the body to reabsorb the semen and benefit.

In our own ‘studies’ with these practices that retain semen, one’s energy throughout the day does seem higher and more consistent. Awareness seemes and mental acuity seem increased also.

Finally, there some experts who say that ejaculating on someone’s body will benefit that person in Ayurvedically healthful ways.

This Ayurvedic philosophy of semen retention fits well with medibation, especially if you practice long sessions in which you don’t ejaculate.

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