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what's the link between jack johnson's vocal trigger and ane
  • After hearing so many on here mention jack johnston I decided to buy his intro CD on MMO using the vocal trigger. So what is the link between his system and the aneros? How do you combine the information since they are different?
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785
    Hi hoodleehoo!

    My use of the Aneros has given me MMO capabilities and I will always be a member of the Aneros community!

    However, after re-wiring took place and I started to have my "Chair-Orgasms", I wanted to know more about my Aneros-free orgasms and I read a post from Brian Mayfield that recommended KSMO protocol as a means of broadening ones knowledge base!

    I have been practicing the KSMO protocol and attending the live chats now for over a year and I don't combine the two. I may have a KS session and then have an Aneros session and this is very natural for me.

    IMHO, The dry orgasms from Aneros, KSMO and my Chair-Orgasms are ALL the same kind of orgasms from the same place! The only "link" I can see, if I understand you correctly, is that they ALL end up in the same place??? They do have a different feel to them tho. Aneros, to me, is more physical in nature and KS would be more cerebral in nature...

    My chair-Orgasms are definitely cerebral, as well! I relax and they come to me!

    Some say that: "after you are re-wired, you don't need to do the KS or anything"... I may set it aside for a short period, but I always come back to the "basics" again, when I hit to a snag in the road and am trying to reach the next higher level of Orgasmic Bliss!

    Hope this helps, but the live chats are a great place to ask these exact questions! I wish Aneros had this live chat capability!

    Later, Hlaser
  • Thanks! First off, what does KSMO stand for. Obviously I know the last two letters, lol! Key Sound Multiple Orgasm I assume?

    Are there parts of the KSMO that can be applied to the Aneros sessions to help get to the dry orgasm place? Or is the Key Sound stuff just not applicable at all?
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,196
    hoodleehoo-

    KSMO can be used w/ the aneros.

    go the http://www.multiples.com and visit the forum

    there is a sub-forum dedicated to the aneros & ksmo.

    also, while you're there, look at the other sub-forums, eg the main forum

    darwin
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785
    Hi Guys!

    Actually the new site address is:

    http://www.multiples.com/howtolastlongerinbed/

    Also a Wiki site, with allot of great info:

    http://www.multiples.com/orgasmwiki/Main_Page

    Later, Hlaser
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    As Hlaser mentioned, long ago I alluded to KSMO being a possible breadth requirement for the Super O. What I was really getting at is that in describing his own technique Jack has done a tremendous job at outlining the preparatory steps for Aneros Super O sessions as well. That is, sessions devoted solely to the Aneros. In particular his use of breath control and abdominal expansion are keys to Super O success whether your sessions involve the Aneros or not.

    In so far as utilizing the Aneros and KSMO simultaneously is concerned I have used this technique in the past with some success. As a matter of fact, this is one of the things that I tried when I had gotten into a "slump" after my very first Super O. For me, the key to this was gaining competency with Jack's technique first, to the extent that I was able to generate P-waves with it. Later I found that I was able to introduce the Aneros into the equation. In essence, I would insert it and pretty much forget about it and go about my KSMO explorations. Eventually the KSMO mediated P-waves got to a certain point where often my body would naturally contract in response. With the Aneros in place, these contractions would be translated into prostate stimulation. From there I just worked that old positive feedback loop.

    BF Mayfield