Masturbation With No Other Arousal Boosters

Masturbation With No Other Arousal BoostersExercise A spaces out the arousal levels – Its progression through each stage is slow and steady. Exercise B, on the other hand, begins and ends much more abruptly, but has a longer, more drawn out plateau stage. This difference in pacing is what allows you to sense and re-sense each level of arousal – in turn, making you more familiar with how you feel at each stage.

It goes back to the point made a little earlier: Sex never lasts the same amount of time or feels exactly the same way, so knowing how you feel at each level of arousal in different circumstances and using different pacing is vitally important.

Here are the 2 key points to focus on during this exercise

• Move into stage 2, the arousal plateau, sooner than you did in exercise A. Maintain the plateau stage for longer to appreciate the various internal and external signs of your arousal.

• End the session more abruptly than you did in exercise A. Instead of hovering around the 8/9 level, try to move straight into the PoNR. Pay attention to how the PoNR can be less easy to predict or define when stimulation is fast and furious as opposed to being slower and more relaxed (as it was in exercise A).

Exercise C is different to A and B in that it’s carried out while having sex.

If you aren’t sexually active at the moment you can both skip this exercise and continue reading or read over it to become familiar with what it involves.

EXERCISE C – Self-awareness during sex

The purpose of exercises A and B was to heighten your self-awareness and increase your ability to sense the individual levels of arousal laid out on the pleasure scale. In essence, to become completely familiar with the varying sensations you feel as you approach ejaculation. Exercise C builds on this principle to further that ability, allowing you to re-sense each stage and level of stimulation in a sexually orientated situation.

The chances are, you aren’t able to have sex directly after reading this exercise. For that reason, I’m going to list the key points first and then elaborate on exactly what you need to do when you’re next able to have sex.

There are 3 areas you need to focus on and pay attention to. These are:

Masturbation With No Other Arousal BoostersBreathing

Body Tension

• Internal Pressure Sensations

We’ve already mentioned each of them briefly in the 2 previous exercises, but now you’re going to focus on them independently while you actually have sex. By doing this – and by becoming accustomed to how each one changes throughout the 3 stages of sex – you’ll be able to better sense the approach of your orgasm. And, after reading the later chapters of this manual, combat ejaculation by both changing the above 3 body systems and by implementing some very effective arousal step-down techniques. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Here are the descriptions for the 3 body systems above and what you need to do the next time you get some action.

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