Viagra is a great fix if you can’t get it up. But others use it recreationally, to increase their libido and to become real tigers in bed.

But isn’t “Vairagya” a better cure for erectile dysfunction?

But what the heck is “Vairagya”?

Vairagya is a Sanskrit word for dispassion, detachment or renunciation.

It’s about ending desire. In this case, ending the desire for sex.

Yes, that’s right. I’m back on that desire thing again!

If we drop the desire for sex then there’s no need for Viagra. Imagine the amount of money saved from buying those Pfizer pills. Imagine no side effects. Imagine not having to seek out sexual partners.

But Vairagya covers so much more than sex. It’s a renunciation of all desires. From success at work, to becoming a better writer, to getting that flashy car, buying that mansion or finding the love of our life – all these wants can just fall away.

For desires cause unhappiness.

Having desire necessarily means that we’re unfulfilled. On the other hand, fulfilment is contentment. We have everything we want.

It’s a mind thing.

If we drop desires from our minds, then we’ll be happy.

So if you can’t get it up, how about a good dose of Vairagya?

If you’re seeking happiness, searching a way out of this world that may be full of clutter and misery, exploring a life that’s less materialistic, reaching for something a bit more spiritual then Vairagya may provide the answers.

 Vairagya is the opposite of Viagra.

 The spiritual versus the mundane.

So if you can’t get it up, choose Vairagya and you’ll be happy.

As for your sexual partner, well, he or she can take some Vairagya too!

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