This woman believes you can masturbate your way to wealth and success

This woman believes you can masturbate your way to wealth and success

SexJuly 11, 2017 By Eleanor Gray

If you think masturbation is a waste of time, listen up. For one woman, it’s her path to a better life.

She practices what's called the Intentional Self-Orgasm. At the moment of climax, Lynnie Jean stops fantasizing about sex and thinks about what she really wants in life. She swears everything magically appears ... eventually. 

“We’ve been told for thousands of years that there is something wrong with climaxing through masturbation,” says Jean, a sex entrepreneur and one of the world’s foremost practitioners of the Intentional Orgasm. “But sexual energy is the most powerful energy for manifestation.”

Intentional Orgasm is based on the Law of Attraction, popularized by “The Secret,” a book that claims by only thinking about something makes it come to fruition. Some people say it’s bunk, but without question, “The Secret” has made very rich and successful the people who wrote it.

“I would say that there’s no way of even measuring how much better my life is since I started doing intentional orgasms,” says Jean. She claims to have already manifested a better home, more money and travel, simply by rubbing herself with a higher purpose.

She hopes to use the power of positive fapping to start a new webcam site called “Cum for a Cause.” Other practitioners say the Intentional Orgasm has helped them find their bliss and change the world.

This week, Jean is sharing the happy spasms with her “7 Day Intentional Orgasm Challenge” on YouTube.

In it, Lynnie Jean outlines her seven steps of success:

1. Set an intention. Do you want a new Lambo? More confidence? Nicer sheets? Think it.

2. Create a nice space. You might put a picture of the thing you want on the wall. This is called a “vision board.”

3. Take some deep breaths to clear your head.

4. Do it. Don’t use porn or sex toys. Just you and your thoughts.

5. On the brink of finishing, switch from fantasizing about sex to fantasizing about what you want in life. Really see it. Or open your eyes to see your vision board.

6. Lay there for a moment, still focusing on your ideal.

7. Imagine yourself doing it or receiving it.

8. Journal or make a video log.

9. Get up and make it all happen.

Science says there’s something to this, that thinking about your desires helps keep focus on achieving them. An Intentional Orgasm, if nothing else, is positive self talk at a vulnerable time. You stay mindful of your higher desires, and so you might actually do them.

I've also tried the Intentional Orgasm Challenge. After a few days, I’m still looking for my Lambo. But when I dreamed of more confidence or more happiness, I stood up, legs weak, thinking about those particular things — already making me a better person because of it.

Which, in the end, can’t hurt.