The Orgasm Fantasy – A new social movement that encouraging us to be proud of our orgasm fantasy and not hide it.
The Orgasm Fantasy is the most stimulating part of our sexual imagination.
The book postulates two new natural laws of human behavior that arise from the “imprinting” of the orgasm fantasy:
- The content of the orgasm fantasy may change but not the nature of the relationship between the characters, one that is imprinted in us at a critical time in our childhood through interaction with our parents.
- The relationship between the characters revealed in the personal orgasm fantasy shapes an important part of our emotional relations with those around us throughout our lives – our soul imprint on the other person.
Overcoming the shame barrier associated with our orgasm fantasy, and our ability to play with it freely in the bedroom can considerably improve our sex lives. The importance of this fantasy, however, far exceeds the sexual context. It is actually a fantasy of love – as we will see throughout the book – that promotes awareness and self-acceptance as well as a deeper understanding and acceptance of the other.
Orgasm Fantasy Theory is an applied theory of personality which claims that personality comprises three levels of thinking: dreams, the orgasm fantasy and conscious thought. These different levels and the interplay between them are presented here through case studies of patients that illustrate their personalities and behavior patterns and that give the reader powerful tools for improving his or her sex life and relationships with others.
“Highly original and creative work accompanied by case studies on the importance of our orgasm fantasy for the relationships with our partners and also with ourselves.”
Amiram Raviv, Professor Emeritus, Past Head of the Psychology Department, Tel Aviv University, Israel
“An exciting theory of sexual preference that is relevant to individuals and couples for improving their sex lives, and that may also help them to know and accept each other in a fuller and deeper way. One of the most interesting books I have ever read.”
Prof. Zvi Zemishlany, Past Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Tel Aviv University, Israel