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When it comes to celibacy/abstinence, I am more likely to point out the downside of being sexually abstinent. I don't advocate abstinence as a long-term sexual lifestyle. Abstinence is a good thing when the alternative is being sexual in an indiscreet manner, but it is a bad thing when a healthy sexual lifestyle of being monogamous with a partner is available. I frequently answer questions in the masturbation and male masturbation categories on AllExperts.com. I take all questions pertaining to sexuality.

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2017-01-17 Food issues:

Wear a wet langot before retiring to bed. It will reduce the frequency of nightfall. Complete stoppage however will be accomplished only through constant unbroken Sadhana, for the issue is karmic.    <b>ॐ

2017-01-15 Food issues:

1. The Asana-s suggested earlier, if performed on a daily basis with Bandha, Nadi Shodhana, Pranayama & unbroken Brahmacharya will restore 'Jatharagni' in the course of time.    2. One's present existence

2017-01-15 Effect of music on mind and Brahmacharya:

In the context of Brahmacharya, That music, which develops 'Bhakti' (devotion) towards the Supreme, eventually merging the mind there is beneficial. Other forms merely give a temporary high through the

2017-01-12 Buddhist tonsuring:

That is another school of thought and approach, aimed at forsaking attachment to one's hair and gender. There are different roads to the destination.    <b>ॐ तत् सत्

2017-01-10 Growing hair and beard:

The benefits of growing hair and beard have been addressed in detail, in past answers. It is conducive to Brahmacharya and holistic living.    ॐ तत् सत्

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