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Yoga has been around for nearly forever and is gaining in popularity more and more in the Western world. There are many factions of Yoga and many different people and groups discussing how one is better than the other. In fact, new forms of Yoga are surfacing all the time and one wonders where they are coming from and what they are really truly all about. It's a full-time job just trying to keep up with what new form of Yoga someone is trying to sell you on next.

I'm not going to go into a treatise on Yoga or the different types of Yoga. This isn't the place. However, we will bring a few points to mind that will help you on your journey to autofellation. This is Hatha Yoga and Kriya Yoga – And the difference and why it is important to the autofellationist.



Hatha Yoga (or similar types) are quite popular in the West. This type of Yoga has people doing special stretches and holding special Yogic positions for a period of time. You'll see them doing this sort of thing on exercise mats and usually in groups. This results in a (mainly) physical form of relaxation (non-physical, too, of course) and helps people unwind and helps bring a peacefulness to their chaotic lives. Unbeknownst to most Westerners, Hatha Yoga is the main and original reason for performing Kriya Yoga.



Kriya Yoga is a form of spiritual awakening and soulful quietness. It is a form of meditation that allows people to evolve spiritually and become closer with Nature (or the God-force of all things).

Okay, so what's really the difference Hatha and Kriya Yoga and why should I care?

That's a good question....
Hatha Yoga is the mechanism one needs to be able to sit for/in extended-long periods of meditative poses in order to reach the higher spirituality treasures of Kriya Yoga. With Kriya Yoga we need to

cut off all external stimuli to the body in order to focus on a higher consciousness. This means we need to block out all sounds, lights, annoyances, and anything else that might distract us when we are in our meditative state. Our minds must be clear, unclouded, and undisturbed or we get nowhere.

This type of strength of will takes lots of practice and it's really quite hard to block out all of the stimulus that surrounds us. The phone is ringing, we can hear the neighbor's Harley roar off down the road, and someone's banging on the front door... In order to really focus and concentrate we need to be able to cut all of this nonsense out. This is why you hear the stories of Yogis running off to go live in a cave for years on end. They do this to get away from all the distractions that come with day-to-day life. This is so they can truly concentrate on their spiritual awakening.

Since these meditative postures usually require one to sit cross-legged (Lotus Position), with the spine fully erect and with the arms outstretched, we need to start to paying attention to this sort of posture. For, even if one can cut off all of the sounds and distractions of the world around us, we will inevitably be distracted by our own minds (of course) and one other very important and nagging thing we can't get away from. And that thing is our own physical bodies.

Consider sitting in such a cross -legged position for more than a few minutes. What usually begins to happen? The muscles get tired, the back starts to ache, and our foot falls asleep. More than ten minutes or so of this and most un-trained people are in physical agony. This is because we are not used to sitting in such postures for long lengths of time. This is a problem for the person who is meditating, as it's damn near impossible to focus on a higher consciousness if our lower back is hurting like crazy.

You see, that's what Hatha Yoga is originally intended to prevent. By learning how to stretch the body and limbs properly, this allows the Kriya Yogaist to do what? To be able to maintain these long sessions (some for hours and hours) of positioned meditation without their back, legs, and muscles killing them.

This is entirely applicable to Autofellatio. In order to practice autofellatio and to be able to fully autofellate yourself, this will, inevitably, take time. If your muscles, joints, and ligaments aren't up to the task, it makes things a bit difficult and painful. That is, if you are hurting from physical pain within only minutes of starting your autofellatio session, it's going to be a bit hard to concentrate on an erection and getting yourself off, unless, of course, you are someone who enjoys pain (this is called a masochist).

By understanding the basis for Hatha Yoga, then we will be able to educate our bodies to be able to hold autofellatio poses for long enough periods of time to reach our goal. This is especially important in the early trials of autofellatio: If one is truly uncomfortable and experiencing pain during the learning process, it's not uncommon for one to lose interest in the whole idea of autofellatio.

This is the lesson we learn from Hatha Yoga. By mastering it, then we shall be better able to achieve our true goal and that is the Kriya (pain free) aspect of Autofellatio with all its Rewards.


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