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from trying a classic to a helix
  • Acist
    Posts: 4
    Hi,
    I am a 22 year old male, i bought the classic model like 4 years back. But nothing ever happened with that. and four years later i saw they came out with new ones, so i checked the forums for reviews and my conclusion was that helix was the all around winner. so i bought and waited anxiously for it to get here. Now i feel the same way i did four years ago. I tried relaxing read all the directions tips positions and nada. It seems like everyone on this site has got it but me and i am so damn confused. Please help.
  • LeoI
    Posts: 10

    Originally Posted By: Acist
    Hi,
    I am a 22 year old male, i bought the classic model like 4 years back. But nothing ever happened with that. and four years later i saw they came out with new ones, so i checked the forums for reviews and my conclusion was that helix was the all around winner. so i bought and waited anxiously for it to get here. Now i feel the same way i did four years ago. I tried relaxing read all the directions tips positions and nada. It seems like everyone on this site has got it but me and i am so damn confused. Please help.


    Acist:

    Try lying on your stomach.

    Here's the basic technique. Feel free to alter it. (Also posted it on the forum thanks to cut and paste).

    After inserting the Aneros, lie on your stomach with your penis head pointing toward your feet. Place your hands at your sides with the palms facing up. Find a comfortable position for your head. It can be turned to the left or right.

    Begin breathing slowly and deeply and then exhaling slowly. How long and how deep you inhale and exhale is irrelevant...just find a breathing pattern is comfortable and natural for you. (Example: Inhale for four counts and exhale for four counts.)

    Next locate your prostate. To do this, use contractions of varying size. Start with large contractions and gradually decrease the size of the contractions. Or you can begin with small contractions and increase the size of the contractions. Develop a rhythm. (Example: Breath for four counts, contract for four counts, exhale for four counts. Once again, the length you inhale and exhale and contract is irrelevant...do what's is comfortable for you.

    You'll know you've located the prostate because some of the contractions will be more pleasurable than others.

    Once you've located your prostate, use that size contraction to focus on prostate. Some signs of success: Pleasurable sensations in the testicles, penis and pubic area, an erection, the emission of precum. Also your breathing will become more rapid.

    After about ten to fifteen minutes, your body should begin to shake and you should be on your way.

    One word of caution. Don't move your hips in an up and down movement.

    Good luck.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    (this post was edited 2006-07-01 15:28:00)

    Acist,

    How about this. Rather than trying another technique that is ACTIVELY designed to bring about a Super O, try doing something more passive. For grins, insert the Aneros, ignoring it to a certain extent, letting it just.....go along for the ride so to speak.

    Now here is the tough part, from this point on try to bring yourself to orgasm WITHOUT ANY STIMULATION OF YOUR PENIS, DIRECT OR INDIRECT WHATSOEVER. The same goes for pulling on your scrotum as to stimulate your penis. What IS acceptable. Nipple stimulation, perineal stimulation, visual stimulation (erotica or maybe some live assistance), stimulation of your navel, and lower abdomen (the assistance of a warm hand placed half way between your navel and your pubic bone can be very stimulating), auditory stimulation, (someone breathing in your ear or talking dirty to you) and visualization. (It's okay to think about an ejaculation if you wish.) Use all of your senses....remember smells are arousing too. In general any touching above the waist and below your genitals is okay too. Have you ever had your toes or fingers sucked? Just a hint,... don't knock it until you've tried it!

    During this arousal experiment avoid the application of any contraction techniques per se where the Aneros is concerned, rather let your body react to these OTHER stimuli as it will. Very likely you will experience some contractions naturally and this is what you want. If it feels natural to respond to an involuntary contraction with a contraction of your own, just make certain that it is a subtle or low level contraction and return your attention and your focus as soon as you can to the other arousal methods that I've described. What all of this does is to work on your arousal chops. The gains you make here will undoubtedly help you when you take on more active Aneros exploration... and who knows you just might find yourself going all the way with this exercise!

    Mix it up....see what happens...



    BF Mayfield


    P.S. If you do have an understanding partner who wishes to help, just make certain that they understand that for some prescribed length of time the focus will be ENTIRELY ON YOU! It is imperative that you should not have to be concerned with meeting their needs during this time. (This idea of this can be very arousing in itself)