Tips For Improving Your Orgasm!



Learn the art of orgasmic meditation and how to achieve the Big 'O' much easier...over & over again!

When it comes to getting 'turned-on', men are mostly driven by visual and physical stimulation. For women, sex is much more of a mental and emotional experience. Stress is the most common obstruction in being able to feel optimum sexual pleasure. If your mind is full of distracting thoughts or if you're upset about something, you may be unable to fully experience all of the magnificent sensations your body is capable of. It is imperative to reduce stress, tension and disturbance before embarking on a sexual journey...with or without a partner.

"Electric flesh-arrows traversing the body. A rainbow of color strikes the eyelids. A foam of music falls over the ears. It is the gong of the orgasm." – Anais Nin

Most women enjoy a combination of mental, emotional and physical stimulation to feel aroused. Although there are numerous erogenous zones, the clitoris is the main point of interest that evokes the most pleasure when stimulated. The clitoris is a complex network with over 8,000 nerve fibers concentrated in one tiny little fleshy bump! There are more pleasure-producing sensory receptors in the clitoris than any other part of the female body. Women can experience a highly charged surge of energy during orgasm as the clitoral nerves interact with the 15,000 nerve fibers throughout the entire pelvic area. It is truly an epicenter of explosive ecstatic potential to generate more incomprehensible pleasure imaginable!

Orgasm is truly all in your mind, however you do need to let go of all thoughts and just allow yourself to be fully present with the physical sensations, without any distractions. It is, in a sense, a meditation to practice and ultimately master. In fact, it is possible to bring yourself to a powerful orgasm while sitting absolutely still—no movement, stimulation or friction whatsoever. Many women have testified to having the ability to produce a full-on "mindgasm"! It is a matter of having focused intention, good muscle control and rhythmic deep breathing. But first, you need to practice and "control" the orgasm experience with physical stimulation. 5 Thoughts That Prevent Great Sex

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