Why I OM: Stories of Healing

Since 2003, more than 300,000 men and women worldwide have
learned the Orgasmic Meditation practice to recover from disconnection. These are their stories.

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I moved from depression to full and healthy emotional expression

"Life still has its ups and downs, but the difference is, I’m enjoying the elevator ride, not frantically pressing buttons to get out."


I feel safe to express the full range of my emotions

"I used to think my strength was keeping up a facade, withholding, pretending to have it all together. But I realize that if I’m in my I-don’t-want-to-cause-problems head, it’s going to put a barrier between us and the orgasm."


OM freed me from a perpetual battle with my health

"I went from seeing the world as a threat to seeing it as a place of abundance and opportunity."


I went from being shy to coaching women in building confidence

"I had a relationship with God before, but now, I can feel the presence of God every day. OM is where the spiritual and the material meet."


I recovered and healed my past so I could be free and wild

"I recovered memories of childhood sexual trauma well into adulthood that led me to OM. Now, my whole life has opened up and I'm freeing my wild side."


I went from living out of obligation to freely living my life passions

"I’ve learned what it feels like in my body. It feels relieving and kind and way different than the voices that used to bark in my head in the military."


I regained confidence and power by getting in touch with my body

"Recently in my OMs, I've noticed places where my body would have previously felt anxious and uncomfortable that now feel okay. It almost feels like a car that used to do this weird sputtering, and then one day I turned it on and it no longer sputtered."


I learned how to stay in the conversation instead of running from intimacy

"When I got into the nest, I could let out the deeper parts of me that I didn’t have control over. Whatever came out, whether it was laughter or tears, I had permission for it to come out."