Tuesday, August 29, 2017

The Cubical Release

(This blog was originally posted on August 18, 2016)

Photo by Rick Hustead

“Cubical release” refers to the volume of sperm a man releases in an ejaculation. According to John Kappas, Ph.D., there is a significant difference between the amount of sperm that a Physical Sexual male versus an Emotional Sexual male release during sex (penetration or masturbation).

According to the Hypnosis Motivation Institute founder, a Physical Sexual man wants to dominate his (female) partner and prove he is her best lover. By releasing one cubical of sperm in each ejaculation he can have as many as four releases in the duration of an encounter. This individual often represses his orgasm to increase the intensity of the experience and to work to pleasure his partner. However, repressing an ejaculation this way can increase the man’s risk of prostate trouble later in life.

Conversely, an Emotional Sexual man has one goal in sex: to achieve orgasm. Whether he masturbates or has intercourse, he will release three cubicals of sperm in one ejaculation and is generally “done” with sex for the night after that. He may be able to have 1 ½ ejaculations before needing recovery time. However, the Emotional Sexual male risks having a “dry” release as a consequence of repeated sex if he does not control the amount of sperm released in each ejaculation. An exception would be if the relationship is new or if it is in the honeymoon stage, during which he is generally more amenable to and interested in sexual congress. 

Cubical release is tied into the stages of development in terms of what the man was taught about masturbation and sex as he was growing up and his early/previous sexual experiences. For example, his first sexual experience as a teenager may be highlighted by the need to rush to ejaculate quickly, before his parents came home unexpectedly and he got caught having sex with his girlfriend. Or, if a man’s partner was not responsive to his sexual overtures he may subconsciously inhibit his sexual desire or ejaculatory response (e.g., the three-day cycle for sexual receptivity or Emotional and Physical incompatibilities). Cultural taboos about intercourse or masturbation may also affect a man’s sexual desire, behavior and/or ability to ejaculate in some situations.

However, during hypnosis the hypnotherapist can use suggestions to replace the negative associations about sex, ejaculation or orgasm that the man or his partner may have that also contribute to the sexual dysfunction. The hypnotherapist can also explain techniques for the couple to incorporate in their sexual repertoire, including oral sex and changing positions to control the cubical release and thus increase a man’s ability to have intercourse.

Sara R. Fogan, C.Ht. is a certified hypnotherapist based in Southern California. She graduated with honors from the Hypnosis Motivation Institute in 2005. For more information about Calminsense Hypnotherapy® and to set up an appointment, please visit http://www.calminsensehypnotherapy.com/.
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