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  • #31
    Oh man! now I have to sign up and post as 70 other users =))



    Dont mind me, I am just stiring! LMAO whoops better not do that, there will be no where for the new SYN to go!




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    • #32
      @braveneworld we have ways to determine if someone cheats, but I hope no one would do that!

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      • #33
        I suppose we all now play the waiting game. This could take a while.

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        • #34
          Don't focus on the prize, focus on the information and discussion. I have had the Syn for 2-3 weeks. So far nothing. I know from reading these blogs that it is the journey not the destination that you have to focus on. I am doing just that. Maybe 40+ years focussing on ejaculation I have seriously missed the opportunity for multiple orgasms. What a waste. It is time to catch up and I have to be patient to get there. That is why these discussions are so important as they help and assist and encourage. I welcome the discussions.

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          • #35
            I wouldn't necessarily agree with that, phoenix60. I've been on this site, and have been using aneros, for a couple years now, and the general trend I've noticed is that the older men tend to have success quicker. I guess you could say I've been ejaculating for almost 15 years now, and while I've had progress, I still have a ways to go in my journey. And I think part of it is the issue of younger men simply being more horny and impatient. As we all know, being young and male means you want to shoot your load all the time, and just hearing about the amazing sexual benefits aneros offers really escalates those urges. But according to the most successful users, you can't really approach it that way. The older aneros users tend to have a more relaxed and mature approach to the journey, and consequently have greater success.

            So, in short, you definitely have not missed your opportunity. The only regret older users have is not having discovered this kind of thing sooner

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            • #36
              I recently "created" my Blog in the Blogs area. I notice that when I go to "https://www.aneros.com/blogs/", I see a section called "Aneros Blogs", and also a list of "Recently Updated Blogs". However, mine isn't listed there (the most recent at this time is "rook\'s ride. The Wildness of Five Super-Os & a \\\\\\\\ ". If I click on the "Blog Entry View" link, the page that appears does list the Blog I created (as the most recent at this time). I don't know if this is the way it is supposed to work.

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              • #37
                Cool!

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                • #38
                  @aneros44309: Thanks for the info. I will have this looked into.

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                  • #39
                    So....is my suggestion for a search feature just going to go ignored? :P

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                    • #40
                      @CT: Just thought you should know that although my Blog didn't appear (as I described in my post above), when I originally created it, it has appeared now after the addition of a new entry (but just the new entry has appeared in the list of "Recently Updated Blogs").

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                      • #41
                        I want to say my thanks to Twl here as well since I posted a separate topic about not being able to find blogs, when if I just did a little research, I would have found the link here. Thanks for all the hard work that CT and everyone in the Aneros crew do to keep this forum top shelf.


                        Edit: Because I follow the rules and don't post in consecutive manner! :P
                        I created my first blog today. It was out of much internal debate and external encouragement. Many of us feel and talk about energetic forces when we discuss Aneros along with its many wonderful, physical sensations. Often terms like bliss cocoon and peace, joy, and happiness are all strongly related to an Aneros journey or session. I'm going a slightly different route with my journey and am looking for slightly different goals. I have laid out my journey and hopes in my first entry. Soon, this journey will begin for me, and I hope to share it with others interested. The idea is to always be supportive and uplifting, and if in my journey I can share steps with others on how they can achieve their own joy and happiness, that is what I desire to do.

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                        • #42
                          I recently got a regular helix and have been enjoying the more subtle sensations as compared to the progasm. I am a bit annoyed at the sharpness of the perineum tab, however. I am wondering if the new "ball" tab is more comfortable on the helix syn? Is it worth getting the syn even though I just recently got the regular helix?

                          Thanks

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                          • #43
                            @aneros44309 your blog should show up on the main page now!

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                            • #44
                              @xnxxmax The Helix Syn features a comfort-tab that was specifically designed for comfort and extended sessions compared to the Helix Classic. The arm itself has some give to it which might be less distracting for you.

                              Do you have hair around the area that the p-tab come in contact with? You might also try pulling the skin from your scrotum behind the p-tab toward the base of the Helix.

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                              • #45
                                @CT. Thanks for the info. It seemed to show up on the "Blog Regular View" (at https://www.aneros.com/blogs/) only after I created a second entry. I'm sorry that I didn't explain that very well in my earlier post. I also realise now that that page will only ever have one entry per user, showing the latest entry in their blog. It is the "Blog Entry View" (at https://www.aneros.com/blog-entry-view/) that will show each entry for each member's blog. I learned something.

                                You may be interested to know that member @rikaaim also experienced the same thing recently. In the "Blog Entry View" I had seen his initial blog entry, but there wasn't anything on the "Blog Regular View" for him. After he added a second entry to his blog, it then appeared on the "Blog Regular View".

                                It might not be happening to everyone, but it didn't only happen to me. Just so you were aware of that.

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