The Connection Between Meditation And Sex


We don't usually think that meditation and sex are connected — but meditation can actually transform your love life.

Until recently, people thought of meditation as a solely spiritual practice. Now millions practice meditation but we're still in the process of discovering the full benefits.

So when the founder of Ziva Meditation, Emily Fletcher, started talking about how meditation can lead to better sex, her students were surprised. Then their romantic relationships deepened and their sexual pleasure skyrocketed.

Why? Because romance involves so much more than just the physical act.

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The brain powers your love life — from your partner choice to your sexual pleasure. And meditation helps you harness that power: one study shows that after the women took three meditation sessions, their desire, arousal, and sexual satisfaction increased significantly.

The participants even rated meditation as more helpful than the advice given to them by a gynecologist or sex therapist.

But how does meditation specifically affect romantic relationships and sexual pleasure?

Watch the video to hear Emily explain:

  • (0:21) — How stress affects relationships
  • (0:40) — How mirror neurons will make your partner think you're psychic;
  • (0:52) — How your relationships will improve from an "upward spiral of generosity";
  • (1:21) — And how you can take your relationship to the next level.

If you want to improve your relationships and enhance your love life, discover the three ways you can enrich your life with meditation in Emily Fletcher’s brand new Free Masterclass, Meditation for Super Performance.


Has meditation improved your love life? Share your story in the comments below.

Emily Fletcher

Emily Fletcher

Emily Fletcher is one of the world’s leading experts in meditation. She’s been invited to teach at places like Google, Harvard Business School and The Omega — but that’s a stark contrast to the busy, stressed Broadway performer that she was years earlier. During her 10-year career on Broadway, which included roles in Chicago, The Producers and A Chorus Line, she started to go grey at 27, suffer from insomnia and get sick 4-5 times a year. Thankfully, she discovered a powerful meditation practice that cured her insomnia and improved her health on the first day. After years of studying ancient practices in India and teaching thousands of high performers, Emily created Ziva Meditation, a mental technique that combines the stress-relieving benefits of meditation with the mental clarity of mindfulness.

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