You may think that this is a trick question, but it isn’t. You mouth and your vagina believe it or not have definite similarities according to Suzie Heumann, owner of Tantra.com. “Beyond that ridged area is the upper palate and halfway between the ridges and the upper palate is the area that is analogous to the G-spot. I find it fascinating that the interior of the mouth seems so close in structure to the yoni (vagina in Sanskrit) and the G-spot area.” Your mouth has ridges along the upper palate, your yoni has ridges when aroused and this is called your G-spot. Your upper palate has nerve endings that are very sensitive, Suzie suggests using a mini vibrator and find out for yourself. So is it possible that the mouth has a G-spot of sorts just as a woman’s vagina does?
The mouth is considered a very erotic organ. After all, we do many pleasurable activities with our mouths. Kissing, sucking, and eating to name a few. All of these activities bring us pleasure and in fact when a baby is suckling its mother’s breast, she releases the hormone oxytocin, which is also released when we have an orgasm. This is the ‘trust’ hormone but it is also called the bonding hormone between mother and child. When we eat a very sensual food or taste something that is truly exquisite, our mouth may explode in an orgasm, at least mine has.
In many yogic traditions the upper palate is also the area you place your tongue during advanced breath, energy and meditation work.
The upper palate is also the area you place your tongue during advanced breath, energy and meditation work. The tip of the tongue points straight to the fontanel at the top of the head (the ‘soft’ spot) and is reputed to open up the nadis or energy channels in the body. When a person has a Kundalini energy experience there have been reports of an ambrosia like nectar of immortality — Amrita (Sanskrit) — that drips precious drops from the back of the throat. Experiencing female ejaculation, also called Amrita by many Western Tantricas, is associated with G-spot stimulation. – Suzie Heumann –
During Tantric sex certain positions facilitate your energy moving upward in the body. This can occur when you sit in a YabYum position and bring your breath up through your chakras. “Now imagine your mouth has a potential G-spot and you are applying pressure with your tongue on the upper palate, and at the same time the G-spot, with the lingam (Sanskrit word for phallus) applying pressure, are being activated during sex.” – Suzie Heumann– What occurs is an aligned channel of energy that is opened up and which allows energy to flow up through your chakra system.
This same effect can be experienced when you sit up-right with your tongue pressed to the roof of your mouth and begin to squeeze your P/C muscles (kegals) and breathe and visualize your energy moving up through your chakras during meditation. This is an easier way to practice with the effects of this phenomena before you take it into actual sex play.
For me, just being aware of these possibilities and what it could mean to expanding our erotic vocabulary is exciting. I know that oral sex has always been a favorite of mine and so once again the mouth and the yoni are linked. Maybe a good thing to find out from your partner or lover is how his mouth feels when he is worshipping your yoni? Who knows, you might be very surprised at his answer. At least we know one thing these body parts do have in common. They are both wet.