Brain Sync, Slightest Touch, and the Progasm
Posted by on 2007-03-04 21:22:00
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I had been perusing through the forum and saw a thread or two that mentioned the Brain Sync cds, so I checked out the site and bought 3 of them. They currently have a special deal where you can get a discount if you buy 3.
I ordered the Ecstasy, Sound Sleep, and Total Relaxation cds.
I first listened to the samples several months ago and they did nothing for me - they all sounded very similar.
This time though, when I listened to the Ecstasy sample, I felt a tingling in my perineum and scrotum. After perusing through the website some more, I came back and listened to it again and started having these strong singular contractions just like I have with my KSMO sessions. This was unbelievable! And this was just with the sample! Seeing as I didn't want to get cranked up just then, I quickly switched over to the Total Relaxation sample, hoping that it would calm me down some. It did somewhat, but I still had a few more contractions and tingling. I was amazed that I reacted like that in such a short time.
When I listened to the Sound Sleep sample, I started getting drowsy with my eyes closing and my head starting to bob like I was about to fall asleep. As soon as I stopped the sample, I became alert again. I couldn't believe it, so I tried it again a little later and it had the same effect! This time, as I felt my eyes close and my head bob, I just had a smile on my face.
I'm assuming this is all part of the rewiring that's going on. I don't know how else to explain it.
Tomorrow, I intend to take the plunge and buy the Slightest Touch. At first I thought "There is no way I'm going to hook up electrodes to my body and give myself shock treatments!" I also recall a similar line of thinking about the Aneros: there was no way I was going to shell out that much money for what looked like a fancy butt plug, especially when other butt plugs and the like were selling for $12-$15. Now, I have three of them and wish I had found out about them long ago. As was the case with the Aneros, reading the info on the website and forum posts (in ours and theirs) helped bring my walls down.
That's it for now.
Comments are always welcome.