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Function Of the Orgasm
Function of the Orgasm | Banyen Books & Sound
Within the work of the Austrian psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich — , orgastic potency is a human's natural ability to experience an orgasm with certain psychosomatic characteristics  and resulting in full sexual gratification. For Reich, "orgastic impotence" is an acquired fear of sexual excitation, resulting in the inability to find full sexual gratification not to be confused with anorgasmia , the inability to reach orgasm. This always resulted in neurosis , according to Reich, because that person could never discharge all built-up libido , which Reich regarded as actual biological or bioelectric energy. According to Reich, "not a single neurotic individual possesses orgastic potency"  and, inversely, all people free from neuroses have orgastic potency. Reich coined the term orgastic potency in and described the concept in his book Die Funktion des Orgasmus , the manuscript of which he presented to Sigmund Freud on the latter's 70th birthday. Reich continued to use the concept as a foundation of a person's psychosexual health in his later therapeutic methods, such as character analysis and vegetotherapy. Reich developed his orgasm theory between and and it formed the basis for much of his later work, including the theory of character analysis.
This was Reich's first published book in the United States, which he wrote specifically to introduce his work to an American audience. He summarizes his clinical and scientific work with the human organism over a period of twenty years from its roots in the Vienna Seminar on Sexology and his first contact with Sigmund Freud, to his laboratory experiments in Oslo which confirmed his orgasm theory and led to the discovery of a radiating biological energy, the orgone. The discovery of orgone energy was the result of a consistent clinical investigation of the concept of "psychic energy," at first in the realm of psychiatry.
By: Reich, Wilhelm. Condition: Used - Very Good. This book describes Reich's medical and scientific work onthe living organism from his first efforts at the Medical School of the University of Vienna in to the laboratory experiments in Oslo in which revealed the existence of a radiating biological energy, orgone energy. The subject of "sexuality" is basic to this work, and Reich shows clearly its importance for human life and its relevance in understanding the social problems of our time. Author Name: Reich, Wilhelm.