Golden Sex Rules of Ayurveda
Ayurveda Indian traditional medicine is one of the world’s oldest health care systems, identifies three primary pillars of life:
Food: Management of digestion
Sleep: Management of sleep
Brahmacharya: Management of sexual energy
Ayurveda offers many suggestions about the proper role of sex in our lives and how to have a healthy sex life. This wisdom helps us align our sexuality with the ebb and flow of time, our ever-changing environment, and our individual desires.
– 1. Ayurveda believes that a couple should refrain from having sex when the female partner is having her periods.
– 2. According to Ayurveda, an ideal sex position is one where the woman is lying with her face directed in an upward position.
– 3. Ayurveda also believes very overweight or obese people should avoid having sex.
– 4. Have sex only when your private parts are clean and healthy (as this helps to prevent infections and associated complications).
– 5. According to Ayurveda, loyalty and faithfulness are what get a relationship going. Infidelity, adultery, or cheating on your partner is a crime that will only spell doom.
– 6. Ayurveda is against a couple having sex during pregnancy or immediately after delivery. One should have control over their urges. It further states that a 5-month time in the case of a C-section and 2-3 months interval in the case of a normal delivery will go a long way in ensuring a healthy sex life (will help the woman to recover well).
– 7. Ayurveda is very opposed to violent sex. Making love is supposed to soothe your soul rather than scar it. Violence during sex is not healthy at all.
– 8. Ayurveda believes in having sex using sexual organs. Thus, oral sex and other similar pleasures are a big No.
– 9. Ayurveda does not advocate the practice of having sex on days of prime significance such as festivals, various eclipses, on a full moon or new moon nights etc.
– 10. Sex on empty stomach or after a heavy meal can trigger many of health problems by causing a Vata and Pitta imbalance.
– 11. Ayurveda is strictly against the idea of having sex with aged women or with children.
– 12. Always have sex when both the partners are in a comfortable position. This is to ensure that you enjoy the intercourse without any injury.
– 13. According to Ayurveda journals never have sex if you are sick or physically and mentally not fit.
– 14. Having sex with animals (bestiality) is considered unhealthy.
– 15. Sex is not a wise idea when you have natural urges such as to defecate or urinate.
– 16. According to Ayurveda, your sex life is governed by the four seasons during which your body strength changes. The body strength is the lowest during the monsoon and summer, hence have less sex during that time (once in fifteen days). With moderate body strength, sex once in three days is advisable during spring and summer. During winter the body strength is at its peak, hence one can have sex daily.
– 17. The best time to have sex is during the day, in the morning after sunrise, but before ten or during the early evening. While most of us prefer having sex in the night, but in ayurveda, it is not ideal.
– 18. Have foods that are natural aphrodisiacs and stimulate the production of sperm and eggs, such as ghee, coconut juice, and milk.
– 19. Post sex, practice oil massage before the bath to recover the depleted vata dosha.
Sex and Dosha
The recommended frequency for sexual activity is quite different for each dosha.
– Dominant Kapha types naturally have more energy and can have more frequent sex. Two to three times per week is normal.
– Pitta individuals may have a strong desire for sex, but can energetically burn out quickly – if they’re not mindful. Once a week, is recommended for Pittas – especially when overactive.
– The qualities of vata individuals may also express free-loving desires for regular intimacy, which should not be suppressed. Though, due to this constitution’s variable and easily depleted energy levels, every other week is recommended to maintain proper balance for vatas.
These sex frequencies are mere guidelines provided in Ayurveda, but ideally depends on individual’s body constitutions and natural desires for sex.
Ayurveda explains it in a more complete way. It’s not just about sex or positions, but also about what you should do before and after the act — so that whatever reproductive energy has been lost, it is restored without any impact on your health.
It suggests in reserving sexual connection for partners who are healthy and committed to you. If we begin to perceive our sexuality as being a form of emotional and energetic nutrition, we harness the innate power of its fundamental force and feed our experience in a whole new way. You are a valuable, divine being; be wise about who you attach yourself to.
Apart from regular exercise and proper nutrition, there are various herbs that can go a long way in boosting your sex life. Few of them include shilajit, ashwagandha, swarn bhasma, jaiphal, and Kesar. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult Ayurveda sexologist doctors & get answers to your questions!
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