What you will learn here is how simple it is to take steps to a wonderful, energized way of living,” O’Per said. “Like any good secret, it’s just a matter of discovering what might ordinarily seem hidden."
Sydney (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
According to recent research from Rutgers University, orgasms are more beneficial for your brain than crossword puzzles.
In her book “The Orgasmic Effect,” author Tat O’Per offers a wealth of information regarding men’s and women’s sexual energy and how it can benefit one’s emotional, physical, and mental health. This practical handbook teaches about one’s sexual energy and shows readers how to harmonize emotions and connect to their body.
“What you will learn here is how simple it is to take steps to a wonderful, energized way of living,” O’Per said. “Like any good secret, it’s just a matter of discovering what might ordinarily seem hidden.”
With short chapters and a descriptive table of contents, “The Orgasmic Effect” is an easy-to-navigate book loaded with useful advice. As an expert in sexual health, healing and energy, O’Per instructs readers how to use sexual energy to keep their mind, body, and spirit balanced and healthy.
“The practical advice in these pages will provide you with a combination of exercises and methods that enable you to develop your own inner resources and powerful tools,” she said.
O’Per encourages readers to take control of their emotions to better understand relationships and identify the positive energy in every part of them.
“The Orgasmic Effect”
By Tat O’ Per
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa Press
About the Author
Tat O’Per’s background in psychology and experience as a counselor and therapist inspired her to write The Orgasmic Effect. Her active lifestyle as a dancer and scuba diver fuels her passion for teaching health and wellness to individuals and large groups.
She currently resides in Bellevue Hill, Australia where she enjoys yoga, swimming and meditation, while also serving as a therapist and life coach.