The Lingham Massage

The Sanskrit word for the male sexual organ is Lingam and is loosely translated as "Wand of Light." In Tantra or Sacred Sexuality, the Lingam is respectfully viewed and honored, as a "Wand of Light" that channels creative energy and pleasure.

The purpose of the lingham massage is to create a space for the receiver to relax, and receive expanded pleasure from his lingham. The lingham massage can be used to build trust and intimacy. It is often used to help men heal from negative sexual conditioning and trauma.

Orgasm isn't the goal of the lingham massage, although it can be a welcome and pleasant side effect. The goal is to massage the lingham, also including the testicles, perineum, and the sacred spot (the equivalent of the female G-spot), and allow the man to surrender to a form of pleasure he may not be used to.

Men need to learn how to relax and receive. Traditional sexual conditioning has the man in a doing and goal oriented mode. The lingham massage allows the man to experience a less aggressive, more receptive side and experience pleasure from a non-traditional perspective.

During this part of the massage you'll be asked to close your eyes, focus carefully on the touch and create a mental picture of what you feel. You can add whatever erotic fantasies you like to enhance the creation of erotic energy.